2 a boy or man; "that chap is your host"; "there's a fellow at the door"; "he's a likable cuss" [syn: chap, fellow, feller, lad, gent, fella, cuss]
This is a list of prestige classes in the 3rd edition of the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game. This list includes content for both the original 3rd edition and the 3.5 revision.
Nearly every official supplement source book and most issues of Dragon Magazine introduce new prestige classes. This list is therefore likely to expand throughout the life of 3rd edition Dungeons & Dragons. This list does not include prestige classes from third-party material offered under the d20 System or the Open Gaming License. It also does not include prestige classes in video games based on Dungeons & Dragons, such as the Neverwinter Nights series.
Some prestige classes, such as the Ur-Priest and the Purple Dragon Knight, are printed in multiple sources. Sometimes there are slight revisions between these reprints, while others are exact duplications. As a result, there are slightly fewer total prestige classes than the sum of those appearing in each source.
Dungeon Master's GuideThe prestige classes in the Dungeon Master's Guide were the first (and, to date, the only) prestige classes considered part of the core rules for the game. The 3rd edition Dungeon Master's Guide contained six original prestige classes; the 3.5 revision included these six, and added ten more.
Bowery bum, beachcomber, beggar, beggarly fellow, budmash, bum, bummer, caitiff, derelict, devil, drifter, drunkard, good-for-naught, good-for-nothing, hobo, human wreck, lowlife, mauvais sujet, mean wretch, mucker, no-good, pauvre diable, pilgarlic, poor creature, poor devil, sad case, sad sack, skid-row bum, stiff, sundowner, swagman, tramp, truant, vag, vagabond, vagrant, vaurien, wastrel, worm, worthless fellow, wretch