Element of Broship (3.5e Prestige Class)
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Element of Broship
|“||He isn't natty.||”|
|—Rarity, Human Body Builder, The Gym|
Natty as f*** alpha dog who holds one of the six Elements of "Harmony".
Becoming a Element of Broship
Strength and Constitution are the most important abilities for an Element of Broship. They must be able to flex their rippling muscles in the face of any and all threats. Incredibly sure of themselves, an Element of Broship will typically stand against any foe with a grin and challenge them to a show of strength.
|Alignment:||Any Good or Neutral.|
|Base Attack Bonus:||+3.|
|Race:||Humans and Angels,.|
|Patron:||Celestia, Luna, Iron Will, and may consider themselves as one.|
|1st||+1||+2||+0||+2||Morning Routine, Natty|
|4th||+4||+4||+1||+4||24 Hour Fitness|
|7th||+7||+5||+2||+5||Declare "Not Natty"|
|10th||+10||+7||+3||+7||Element of Broship , Natty +3|
Class Skills (2 + Int modifier per level)
Weapon and Armor Proficiency: Elements of Broship are fully capable of using all simple and martial weapons but choose to abstain from them as they would rather use their natural born weapons. Elements of broship do not wear armor as it interferes with the awe inspiring presence of their muscles on the battlefeild.
Morning Routine (Ex): morning routine. after awakening from a sleep effect an "Element of Broship" may workout for up to three turns, gaining a temporary +2 strength bonus per turn for the rest of the day or until he falls asleep again.
Natty (Su): Your rippling muscles protect you from blows, increasing your Natural Armor by 1 and plus 1 every 5th and 10th level.
Flex (Ex): Flex your rippling muscles at the opponent, if they are capable of seeing you they must make a DC12 check or be stunned for 1 turn in awe of your epic bod. This can be done a number of times per day equal to the Element of Broship's Strength Bonus.
Broship (Ex): Gain +1 attack and Ac for each ally within 2 spaces. all allies within 2 spaces gain +1 attack.
24 Hour Fitness (Ex): An Element of Broship is always adamant about their workout routine and proves more than capable in making the best out of lesser conditions. An Element of Broship may take 20 on a search or spot check to find a suitable place to begin working out. If the Element of Broship chooses they, and any of their allies, may begin working out in the location for 1D4 hours gaining 1 strength per hour trained for a temporary period of 1D12 Hours. This may only be done once per day.
Pose Off (Su): Flex your muscles challenging your opponent, Element of Broship and the target make an opposed Strength check, loser of the challenge is shaken for 1D4 turns. This can be done a number of times per day equal to the Element of Broship's Constitution Bonus.
Declare "Not Natty" (Su): Insult the opponent, they must make a (DC20 vs. str and cha) check or lose their attack bonus to rolls for 1 turn,abberations and constructs automatically fail this check. This can be done a number of times per day equal to the Element of Broship's Charisma Bonus.
Deadlifting (Su): Challenge the target to a deadlifting match, Element of Broship and the target make (Strength+ Charisma+ Constitution+ D20) checks against each other, best 2 out of 3 wins. The loser of the challenge takes D20+5 damage, lose all attack bonuses for 1D6 turns, has their Natural Armor reduced by 1D4 for 1 turn, and is stunned for 1 turn. This can be done a number of times per day equal to the Element of Broship's Strength Bonus.
Element of Broship (Ex): Deal a basic unarmed attack, deal an additional attack for each ally within 4 spaces with damage equal to their unarmed attack, if this would result in 6 or more attacks the target is struck with a magical blast dealing 2D20+10 non-lethal damage. This can be done a number of times per day equal to the Element of Broship's Wisdom Bonus.
Element's of Broship in the Game
The Element's of Broship are a powerful force in the world, but they would much rather spend time lifting and partying than actually going out and fight. If they feel that there is a significant reason, or perhaps a paycheck they will gladly lay the smack down upon any sorry skinny-fat that gets in their way.
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