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    There are individuals meant to bring about peace, balance and prosperity, and more to bring about the power of the Wilds, but few ever aim to succeed at both; these few Protectors of the Wilds support every creature in its attempts to thrive, including animals. While they hold utmost compassion for beasts, they do not necessarily hold contempt for brighter creatures, though those whose very composition threatens the balance of nature especially earn their ire. The Protectors of the Wilds are a select group of elite Druids, shifters, and other creatures that can attain the shape of an animal that wish to spread not only balance, but also respect and aid for all natural inhabitants of the world.

    Requirements: 21st Level, Wild Shape 3/day or ability to Shift or Alternate Form into an animal, any non-evil.

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    21st|Manipulation Mastery, Sense Distress
    24th|Nature's Aegis
    27th|Wild Inspiration
    30th|Protector of the Pack[/table]

    Manipulation Mastery (Su)
    You are a master of your own shape and form, and can alter the intended result of a shapechange to produce a more favorable result. When you assume a Wild Shape, Shift or Alternate Form, you can change the size category of the creature whose shape you assume by one size category, either up or down; if you alter Wild Shape in this fashion, you must be able to assume the form of Gargantuan, Colossal, Fine and Diminutive creatures in order to alter your Wild Shape's creature size to be one of those size categories. When you assume a form of a size category either larger or smaller than the normal creature, you gain all effects of changing size category.

    In addition, when you change into an alternate form, you may choose which three stats you adapt from the creature; for example, you can choose to adapt the Strength, Constitution and Intelligence of a creature instead of its Strength, Dexterity and Constitution. If your alternate form is from Wild Shape, you may also assume the forms of creatures up to your HD +2.

    Sense Distress (Ex)
    You can automatically sense any form of distress in any animal within 100 miles of your location. You instantly understand the cause of the distress and can choose to respond to it. Once an animal's distress has been identified, you may Greater Teleport as the spell to the animal's location if it is within 100 miles of your location. Doing so is a full-round action, and characters near you make a choice to either follow or stay behind. You cannot suppress Sense Distress, but the senses are not invasive and do not cloud thought or interfere with any skill check or any other sense and do not impede concentration, sleep or meditation. In addition, you gain a +20 insight bonus to your Wild Empathy and Handle Animal checks.

    Nature's Aegis (Su)
    As a swift action you may create a barrier around yourself or a single ally. The barrier itself is invisible but manifests as slight physical changes; when you create the barrier, choose one effect:
    • Incredible Perception Your barrier manifests as supernatural speed and intuition, granting an insight bonus to AC equal to 1/2 your HD. Any character granted Incredible Perception constantly looks about their surroundings and may jump at the slightest provocation.
    • Eternium Hide Your barrier manifests as incredibly thickened and hardened skin, carapace, hide etc., granting Damage Reduction 1/- for every character level you have. Any character granted Eternium Hide has a lightly golden tone to their skin, hide, or carapace. This damage reduction supercedes any other form of Damage Reduction the receiver has.
    • Bastion against Spells Your barrier manifests as a ward against spells, granting Spell Resistance equal to twice your character level. Any character granted Bastion against Spells glows a faint blue that can be suppressed for purposes of sneaking or hiding. This Spell Resistance supercedes any other form of Spell Resistance the receiver has.
    • Energy Ward Your barrier manifests as a protective sheen against the forces of the elements, granting Fire, Cold and Electricity Immunity. Any character granted Energy Ward emanates a pale white fog that does not impede sight.


    Nature's Aegis lasts indefinitely and can only be applied to a single creature at a time. You can choose to end Nature's Aegis at any time as an immediate action. If multiple Nature's Aegis affect the same creature, the Aegis belonging to the character(s) of lower Caster Level is dispelled; if all have the same Caster Level, all forms of the Aegis are dispelled.

    Wild Inspiration (Su)
    When you transform into an alternate form, your exultation and natural power cause you and all friendly animals within 100 feet gain a morale bonus to Attack, Damage and Grapple checks equal to 1/3 of your character levels for 10 rounds. An animal affected by Wild Inspiration receives a bonus up to twice its HD if its HD is below 1/3 of your character levels; for example, a Dire Weasel with 3 HD that is affected by Wild Inspiration of a 27th level character does not gain a + morale bonus; it instead is granted +6. Likewise, a Dire Wolf affected by the same character gains the full +9 bonus, because its 6 HD double to 12, which is greater than 9. In addition, any creature granted a bonus of +5 or more by your Wild Inspiration also gains the benefits of a Mind Blank spell.

    Protector of the Pack (Su)
    You are a protector of others, both in combat and out; as such, you take it personally when others attack those you are sworn to protect, and you lash out at them, showing them the error of attacking your charges. Enemies that attack your allies in melee, at range or by casting a spell provoke an Attack of Opportunity from you if you are able to reach them and as long as you are in an alternate or shifted form. This does not count against your maximum number of Attacks of Opportunity per round. If you have Sneak Attack, precision or Skirmish damage, you may apply the greatest of that damage to any Attacks of Opportunity made with Protector of the Pack. You may apply Ambush feats as normal for an Attack of Opportunity with sneak attack damage made with this ability.

    In addition, you may form a spiritual link between you and up to 4 allies. Any time an ally with this link is within 100 feet of you and takes damage, you take damage instead; however, damage transferred in this way is added to a delayed damage pool, which empties at the end of the round after your next round. Damage taken in this way can't be reduced or prevented, unless one of your linked allies has an Energy Immunity, Energy Resistance or Damage Reduction, in which case you take only the damage that is actually inflicted upon them, not the total damage before reductions. You are never at threat of dying from massive damage, and are immune to magical death effects and death spells as long as you are linked with at least one ally and within 100 feet of that ally. Forming a spiritual link is a move action; you may dismiss a link as a swift action.

    Blessing of the Beastlands
    The Gods recognize your endeavors to bring about balance in the world, and are in awe of a mortal's ability to dedicate themselves to a cause. In recognition of your efforts, the Gods grant you the blessing of Immortality, the quality to never again be affected by time. In addition to this blessing, if you ever perish, your spirit immediately manifests on the Wilderness of the Beastlands, and where your body lies, a forest 100 miles diametrically wide sprouts; after only a day, a forest as varied as the Beastlands themselves grows. At the center is a Gargantuan marble monument to you, detailing your every achievement; in addition, the entire Forest is permanently Hallowed, and all creatures of good or neutral alignment are affected by the Hallowed spell's Endure Elements ability. Creatures that enter the forest hear your name on the wind, have their destructive urges pacified, and experience joy and satisfaction in greater amounts while there. Inside, the climate seems perfect for any creature and special plants bear fruits that can sustain nearly any life-form that does not subsist entirely on flesh; in addition, one's senses are blessed by the harmony of the place: colors are more vivid, sounds are more melodious and soft, and others encountered within the forest seem more positive and friendly. Vegetation in your forest cannot be harmed in any way, except by consumption from creatures.

    Furthermore, after your death and your grand forest grows, you may return to the world of the living as a flesh-and-blood creature again; doing so requires you to meditate at the center of the three layers of the Beastlands for a day each: Krigala, Brux and Karasuthra. Once you have meditated, a new body identical to your normal one is created at your monument. All items instantly transfer from your old body to your new one.

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    Requirements: 21st Level, Wild Shape 6/day or ability to Shift or Alternate Form into an animal, Wild Empathy or Handle Animal 24 ranks, any non-evil.


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    Manipulation Mastery (Su)
    You are a master of your own shape and form, and can alter the intended result of a shapechange to produce a more favorable result. When you assume a Wild Shape, Shift or Alternate Form, you can change the size category of the creature whose shape you assume by one size category, either up or down; if you alter Wild Shape in this fashion, you must be able to assume the form of Gargantuan, Colossal, Fine and Diminutive creatures in order to alter your Wild Shape's creature size to be one of those size categories.


    Added ability to Greater Teleport as the spell to the location of an animal whose distress you identify; also increased the range of detection to 100 miles instead of 5. Increased bonus to handle animal to +20 and let the ability encompass both handle animal and wild empathy.
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    Sense Distress (Ex)
    You can automatically sense any form of distress in any animal within 5 miles of your location. You instantly understand the cause of the distress and can choose to respond to it. You cannot suppress this ability, but the senses are not invasive and do not cloud thought or interfere with any skill check or any other sense and do not impede concentration, sleep or meditation. In addition, you gain a +20 insight bonus to your Wild Empathy or +10 to your Handle Animal checks; upon gaining Sense Distress, you choose which bonus you gain.


    Upgraded all abilities regarding Nature's Aegis, either in duration or in effect*.
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    Nature's Aegis (Su)
    As a standard action you may create a barrier around yourself or a single ally. The barrier itself is invisible but manifests as slight physical changes; when you create the barrier, choose one effect:
    • Incredible Perception Your barrier manifests as supernatural speed and intuition, granting an insight bonus to AC equal to your character level, rounded down. Any character granted Incredible Perception constantly looks about their surroundings and may jump at the slightest provocation.
    • Eternium Hide Your barrier manifests as incredibly thickened and hardened skin, carapace, hide etc., granting Damage Reduction 1/- for every 3 levels you have. Any character granted Eternium Hide has a lightly golden tone to their skin, hide, or carapace. This damage reduction supercedes any other form of Damage Reduction the receiver has.
    • Bastion against Spells Your barrier manifests as a ward against spells, granting Spell Resistance equal to 10 + your character level. Any character granted Bastion against Spells glows a faint blue that can be suppressed for purposes of sneaking or hiding. This Spell Resistance supercedes any other form of Spell Resistance the receiver has.
    • Energy Ward Your barrier manifests as a protective sheen against the forces of the elements, granting Fire, Cold and Electricity Resistance 30. Any character granted Energy Ward emanates a pale white fog that does not impede sight.


    Nature's Aegis lasts for a number of rounds equal to your character level and can only be applied to a single creature at a time. You can only create a new Nature's Aegis once at least 3 rounds have passed since your previous Nature's Aegis wore off. If multiple Nature's Aegis affect the same creature, the Aegis belonging to the character(s) of lower Caster Level is dispelled; if all have the same Caster Level, all forms of the Aegis are dispelled.


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    Wild Inspiration (Su)
    When you transform into an alternate form, your exultation and natural power cause you and all friendly animals within 100 feet gain a morale bonus to Attack and Grapple checks equal to 1/3 of your character levels for 10 rounds. An animal affected by Wild Inspiration receives a bonus up to twice its HD if its HD is below 1/3 of your character levels; for example, a Dire Weasel with 3 HD that is affected by Wild Inspiration of a 27th level character does not gain a +9 morale bonus; it instead is granted +6. Likewise, a Dire Wolf affected by the same character gains the full +9 bonus, because its 6 HD double to 12, which is greater than 9.


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    Protector of the Pack (Su)
    You are a protector of others, both in combat and out; as such, you take it personally when others attack those you are sworn to protect, and you lash out at them, showing them the error of attacking your charges. Enemies that attack your allies in melee, at range or by casting a spell provoke an Attack of Opportunity from you if you are able to reach them and as long as you are in an alternate or shifted form. This does not count against your maximum number of Attacks of Opportunity per round. If you have Sneak Attack, precision or Skirmish damage, you may apply the greatest of that damage to any Attacks of Opportunity made with Protector of the Pack. You may apply Ambush feats as normal for an Attack of Opportunity with sneak attack damage made with this ability.


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    The Gods recognize your endeavors to bring about balance in the world, and are in awe of a mortal's ability to dedicate themselves to a cause. In recognition of your efforts, the Gods grant you the blessing of Immortality, the quality to never again be affected by time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derjuin View Post
    Requirements: 21st Level, Wild Shape 6/day or ability to Shift or Alternate Form into an animal, Wild Empathy or Handle Animal 24 ranks, any non-evil.
    Maybe lower the requirements to allow for multiclass druids (not that there are any)?

    Quote Originally Posted by Derjuin View Post
    Manipulation Mastery (Su)
    You are a master of your own shape and form, and can alter the intended result of a shapechange to produce a more favorable result. When you assume a Wild Shape, Shift or Alternate Form, you can change the size category of the creature whose shape you assume by one size category, either up or down; if you alter Wild Shape in this fashion, you must be able to assume the form of Gargantuan, Colossal, Fine and Diminutive creatures in order to alter your Wild Shape's creature size to be one of those size categories.

    Sense Distress (Ex)
    You can automatically sense any form of distress in any animal within 5 miles of your location. You instantly understand the cause of the distress and can choose to respond to it. You cannot suppress this ability, but the senses are not invasive and do not cloud thought or interfere with any skill check or any other sense and do not impede concentration, sleep or meditation. In addition, you gain a +20 insight bonus to your Wild Empathy or +10 to your Handle Animal checks; upon gaining Sense Distress, you choose which bonus you gain.
    Does the size change come with ability bonuses/penalties? Or just size modifiers? Either way, I don't think it's enough for an Epic Destiny ability.

    Sense Distress is good, but it's kind of low-key for a 21st level character. Since it's only fluff, it emphasizes how weak Manipulation Mastery is.

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    Nature's Aegis (Su)
    As a standard action you may create a barrier around yourself or a single ally. The barrier itself is invisible but manifests as slight physical changes; when you create the barrier, choose one effect:
    • Incredible Perception Your barrier manifests as supernatural speed and intuition, granting an insight bonus to AC equal to your character level, rounded down. Any character granted Incredible Perception constantly looks about their surroundings and may jump at the slightest provocation.
    • Eternium Hide Your barrier manifests as incredibly thickened and hardened skin, carapace, hide etc., granting Damage Reduction 1/- for every 3 levels you have. Any character granted Eternium Hide has a lightly golden tone to their skin, hide, or carapace. This damage reduction supercedes any other form of Damage Reduction the receiver has.
    • Bastion against Spells Your barrier manifests as a ward against spells, granting Spell Resistance equal to 10 + your character level. Any character granted Bastion against Spells glows a faint blue that can be suppressed for purposes of sneaking or hiding. This Spell Resistance supercedes any other form of Spell Resistance the receiver has.
    • Energy Ward Your barrier manifests as a protective sheen against the forces of the elements, granting Fire, Cold and Electricity Resistance 30. Any character granted Energy Ward emanates a pale white fog that does not impede sight.


    Nature's Aegis lasts for a number of rounds equal to your character level and can only be applied to a single creature at a time. You can only create a new Nature's Aegis once at least 3 rounds have passed since your previous Nature's Aegis wore off. If multiple Nature's Aegis affect the same creature, the Aegis belonging to the character(s) of lower Caster Level is dispelled; if all have the same Caster Level, all forms of the Aegis are dispelled.
    Again, not powerful enough. Make it a swift action, at least, and boost the numbers a bit. You might give it infinite duration, too, since it has a one-at-a-time limit.

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    Wild Inspiration (Su)
    When you transform into an alternate form, your exultation and natural power cause you and all friendly animals within 100 feet gain a morale bonus to Attack and Grapple checks equal to 1/3 of your class levels for 10 rounds. An animal affected by Wild Inspiration receives a bonus up to twice its HD if its HD is below 1/3 of your class levels; for example, a Dire Weasel with 3 HD that is affected by Wild Inspiration of a 27th level character does not gain a +9 morale bonus; it instead is granted +6. Likewise, a Dire Wolf affected by the same character gains the full +9 bonus, because its 6 HD double to 12, which is greater than 9.
    "1/3 of your class levels" is nonspecific. Do you mean druid levels? If so, what about characters who qualified without druid?

    Also, still too weak. The attack/grapple bonus is good for you and your companion, but it's not up to par for a level 27 destiny feature. Not sure what you should do with it, though.

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    Protector of the Pack (Su)
    You are a protector of others, both in combat and out; as such, you take it personally when others attack those you are sworn to protect, and you lash out at them, showing them the error of attacking your charges. Enemies that attack your allies in melee, at range or by casting a spell provoke an Attack of Opportunity from you if you are able to reach them and as long as you are in an alternate or shifted form. This does not count against your maximum number of Attacks of Opportunity per round. If you have Sneak Attack, precision or Skirmish damage, you may apply the greatest of that damage to any Attacks of Opportunity made with Protector of the Pack. You may apply Ambush feats as normal for an Attack of Opportunity with sneak attack damage made with this ability.
    Again, way too weak. This is level 30 we're talking about. The basic concept of super retribution is sound, but it needs some super to go with that retribution.

    All in all, it's got a workable concept, but the abilities aren't powerful enough, or just add numbers to a character when Epic has plenty of numbers already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Maybe lower the requirements to allow for multiclass druids (not that there are any)?
    I think I might lower the Wild Shape per Day requirement, and get rid of the handle animal/wild empathy requirement. Perhaps Wild Shape 3/day instead?

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Does the size change come with ability bonuses/penalties? Or just size modifiers? Either way, I don't think it's enough for an Epic Destiny ability.
    I'm thinking of adding a line that says "You gain all the positive effects of an increase in size category but none of the negative effects", and adding in a few more specials to this specific ability; a few I had in mind were:
    • Immunity to Polymorph effects you don't want
    • Change in subtype to Shapechanger
    • Gain supernatural attacks of the form
    • Gain ability to change shape into an Outsider that does not oppose your alignment on the good-evil axis
    • Increase in maximum allowed HD
    • Allow the character to pick which abilities they gain from assuming Wild Shape, so instead of Str, Dex, Con, you can pick Str, Con and Int, or Dex, Wis, Cha, etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Sense Distress is good, but it's kind of low-key for a 21st level character. Since it's only fluff, it emphasizes how weak Manipulation Mastery is.
    With this I was thinking to add the ability to Greater Teleport as a 20th level Wizard to the distressed animal's location, or within a certain range of the distressed animal; possibly increasing the range of the sense to a few hundred miles instead of 5, and granting the character the ability to pinpoint the animal exactly and know its general surroundings.

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Again, not powerful enough. Make it a swift action, at least, and boost the numbers a bit. You might give it infinite duration, too, since it has a one-at-a-time limit.
    Infinite duration would work nicely, and maybe each of the abilities is equal to your Character level (except SR, which might be 2x Character level, and Resistance, which could be made into Immunity?) instead.

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    "1/3 of your class levels" is nonspecific. Do you mean druid levels? If so, what about characters who qualified without druid?
    That was actually supposed to read "1/3 character levels", sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Also, still too weak. The attack/grapple bonus is good for you and your companion, but it's not up to par for a level 27 destiny feature. Not sure what you should do with it, though.
    Maybe I could tack on things like immunity to mind-affecting things as well, like Mind Blank on each affected character?

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    Again, way too weak. This is level 30 we're talking about. The basic concept of super retribution is sound, but it needs some super to go with that retribution.
    I'm not sure how to balance this one, actually. Should it deal more damage? Make the AoO a touch attack? Perhaps add some penalties to victims, or in addition to its other abilities, Protector of the Pack grants the character a delayed damage pool equal to 10 * Constitution, which doesn't empty until the end of combat, and the character gains the ability to link with a certain number of allies (I'm thinking 4), and all damage they take is directed to the character with Protector?

    Quote Originally Posted by gkathellar View Post
    All in all, it's got a workable concept, but the abilities aren't powerful enough, or just add numbers to a character when Epic has plenty of numbers already.
    I'm hoping to get it into a balanced and useful condition quick; I'd like to try it out in one of the games I'm trying to get in to
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    Your Immortal Destiny sounds kind of... bland. Come on, man! Just immortality? I could get that by being a monk! This is a big wig druid's legacy. He needs something really awesome for heading off. Maybe an undying faerie forest of legend sprouts where he dies, or maybe nature evolves a new strain of mankind half-beast and half animal just because of his work. Get Epic! Other than that, looks pretty neat.
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    I've updated some all of the abilities, and hopefully the capstone Destiny effect is now a bit more Epic-worthy

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    Hooray changes! Now it looks approximately as awesome as an Epic Destiny is supposed to be.

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    Just wanted to say, this is awesome!
    I love epic and any improvements this good is freaking awesome!
    Nice job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelGareth View Post
    Just wanted to say, this is awesome!
    I love epic and any improvements this good is freaking awesome!
    Nice job.
    Thank you!

    Also, made a new change to Nature's Aegis, because +20+ insight bonus to AC seemed a bit...too much.
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    Not that I don't like it, but I'm a bit confused....aren't Epic Destinies for 4e, not 3.5e? This...whatever it is...seems to mix both elements of a 3.5e PrC and a 4e Epic Destiny.

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    There used to be an article on the Wizards site about 3.5 epic destinies, but I think it was taken down, so I'll do my best to explain

    Essentially, Epic Destinies in 3.5 replace your 21st, 24th, 27th, and 30th level Epic Feats with special abilities as noted in the table.

    Er, that was actually kind of short...you can check out Krimm Blackleaf's homebrew signature for more (there was someone else with a big pile of them around too, but I can't remember their name...)

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    Er, that was actually kind of short...you can check out Krimm Blackleaf's homebrew signature for more (there was someone else with a big pile of them around too, but I can't remember their name...)
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