Fighter/Barbarian Prestige

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Does anyone know a good class to prestige in if I am a fighter or a barbarian? I was looking for a while, and can't really find a good one?


Anyone find success in one? Thanks.  

Deepwarden (Races of Stone), runescarred berserker (Unapproachable East), and warmind (Expanded Psionics Handbook) are worth a look. If you can use it, thrall of Kostchtchie (Dragon 345, page 27) gives large size, +8 strength, +4 constitution, +4 natural armor, and +4 damage, but you have to be evil.

That depends on what you want to do; frenzied berserker is popular if you like getting mad and hitting things, for example.

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Alright, thanks guys.


@Slagger I was looking for that type of character. 
Does anyone know a good class to prestige in if I am a fighter or a barbarian? I was looking for a while, and can't really find a good one?


Anyone find success in one? Thanks.  

I'm sure there are many but the right fit really depends on your character and what you want from a PrC.

As far as I'm concerned when it comes to looking for a PrC I suggest looking at your character sheet and just seeing what classes you've naturally managed to qualify for or at least come close to qualifying for.  If you happen to find yourself with all the prereqs for a class, at least something without requirements that are "automatically" gained, then it could be a good class to look into.
 

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