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Complete Epic[edit]

Epic level is broken, and this is a shame. The game was built with no cap on advancement, but not playtested as such and the signs begin to show even before epic is reached. Most games might pull it all the way up to level 25, but beyond that is a land of madness, completely busted. Gentlemen, we can fix this. We can make epic smarter, tighter, more balanced. We have the technology, we can rebuild it. We can make.... Complete Epic.

This sourcebook attempts the impossible: balancing epic levels. The crude attempt in the Epic Level Handbook is a joke, not playtested or balanced in the slightest. I am Dr. Atomos, traveler of the many Great Wheels. I can see the world for what it is, build on dice and numbers, players and the playerless. Let's travel forth, and let me tell you of the worlds where those of great experience and power do not demolish the universe by their existing.

This supplement for the D&D game presents fixes for epic level gameplay, and replacements for nearly everything the Epic Level Handbook had to offer, and more.

Contents[edit]

Introduction

Epic Basics
Converting to Complete Epic

Chapter 1: Epic Classes

New Epic Classes
Cardinal
Chasseur
Colossus Knight
Cuchulainn
Divine Knight
Dragon Emperor
Gaia Guardian
Galaxy Mage
God
God Fist
Leader Supreme
Predator
Staggitarius
Starsinger
Tarrasqueborn
Whisperknife
Old Epic Classes
Agent Retriever
Cosmic Descryer
Divine Emissary
Epic Infiltrator
Guardian Paramount
High Proselytizer
Legendary Dreadnought
Perfect Wight
Union Sentinel
Converting Classes
Epic Barbarian
Epic Bard
Epic Cleric
Epic Druid
Epic Fighter
Epic Monk
Epic Paladin
Epic Psion
Epic Psychic Warrior
Epic Ranger
Epic Rogue
Epic Sorcerer
Epic Soulknife
Epic Wilder
Epic Wizard

Chapter 2: Epic Skills
Chapter 3: Epic Feats

General Feats
Metamagic Feats
Metapsionic Feats
Psionic Feats
Salient Abilities
Non-Epic Feats
Removed or Changed Feats

Chapter 4: Epic Spells and More

Epic Incantations
Epic Maneuvers
Epic Manifestations
Epic Rituals

Chapter 5: Epic Magic Items

What's Changed?
Armors
Weapons
Rings
Rods
Scrolls
Staves
Wondrous Items
Intelligent Items
Artifacts
Minor Artifacts
Major Artifacts

Chapter 6: Epic Monsters

What's Changed?
Monster List
Unique Monster List
Templates
Making Your Own Monster

Chapter 7: Deities and Demigods

What's Changed?
Divine Ranks & Powers
Example Gods

Chapter 8: Epic Obstacles and Lands

Epic Adventuring
Epic Planes
Epic Hazards and Traps
Epic Story Ideas

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SummaryEpic level is broken, and this is a shame.
Epic level is broken, and this is a shame. The game was built with no cap on advancement, but not playtested as such and the signs begin to show even before epic is reached. Most games might pull it all the way up to level 25, but beyond that is a land of madness, completely busted. Gentlemen, we can fix this. We can make epic smarter, tighter, more balanced. We have the technology, we can rebuild it. We can make.... Complete Epic.
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TitleComplete Epic +