Multiclassing on the Knights of Noromath

The Knights of Noromath server observes the following pen and paper conventions with respect to multiclassing.

Oathbreakers and Changing Your Religious Path

Generally speaking, there are serious penalties in store for characters that break their religious commitments with respect to the class levels they pursue in game. While there are some exceptions to these conventions based on the worship of specific deities, characters risk becoming one of the following "Ex-classes" if they fail to adhere to their sworn oath.

  • Ex-Clerics - Being an ex-cleric means that you've grossly violated the code of conduct required by your god. You lose all clerical spells and related specialty priest benefits if any.
  • Ex-Monks - Being an ex-monk means that you've left the training of your temple or lost your lawful alignment, whatever the case may be. You can never again advance as a monk, although you retain your abilities.
  • Ex-Paladins - Being an ex-paladin means that you've left the training of your order or lost your lawful good alignment, whatever the case may be. You can never advance again as a paladin, although you retain your abilities.
  • Fallen Paladins - Being a fallen paladin means that you've deliberately committed an evil act or grossly violated your code. You lose all your paladin spells due to your transgressions and you may never advance again as a paladin.
  • Fallen Druids - Being a fallen druid means that you've ceased to revere nature, changed to a prohibited alignment or taught the Druidic language to a non-druid. You lose all your druid spells due to your transgressions and you may never again advance as a druid. (Unless you become a Blighter)

Additional Multiclassing Exceptions:

  • Ex-Barbarians - A traveler arriving on the Tethir Road can advance as a pure classed barbarian, but if they multiclass into another class, they are considered to have become civilized and may not return to the barbarian class.

Multiclassing Experience Penalties

There are no longer any multiclassing experience penalties associated with any class combination.

Milestone Roleplay

The following classes require a milestone to be reached in order to advance beyond a certain level. A roleplay milestone is simply an event or incident that must transpire in order for a character to proceed on a path. Any DM can provide Milestone Roleplay, and in some cases, players may provide milestone roleplay for each other.

  • Blackcoat: This class requires DM approval or PC tutelage to pursue. (Level 1 locked)
  • Blackguard: This class requires a roleplay milestone to be reached to advance beyond class level 4.
  • Bladesinger: This class requires DM approval or PC tutelage to pursue. (Level 1 locked)
  • Druid: This class requires a roleplay milestone to advance at all in levels 11-14, but they can multiclass into other classes without penalty, remaining druids so long as they maintain their reverence for nature.
  • Red Dragon Disciple: This class requires DM approval to pursue. (Level 1 locked)
  • Warlock: This class requires a roleplay milestone to be reached to advance beyond level 6.

Continue reading the players guide about skill changes, here.

Skill Changes

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