The kraken stirs. And ten billion sushi dinners cry out for vengeance. - Good Omens
Co-Author of the Dreamfane, Euralden Eye, Gajuisan Crawler, Gruesome Lurker, Fulminating Crab, Ironglass Rose, Sheengrass Swarm, Spryjack, Usunag, and Warp Drifter, and author of the Magmal Horror from Force of Nature.
All I can suggest is to make them quasi-goddesses. Calliope could be a truenamer, Clio an archivist, Erato a bard, Euterpe a bard, Melpomene a bard, Polyhymnia a bard, Terpsichore a Dervish, Thalia a bard and Urania an expert. Maybe enchantress, illusionist, psion and wilder coudl fit in if you'd like. The three Graces could easily be enchantresses and such.For race, I think the gods in Deities and Demigods were more or less titans. You could always use a human with the human paragon PrC with the epic creature template and add the class(es). Weird CR, but would it matter really?
For race, I think the gods in Deities and Demigods were more or less titans. You could always use a human with the human paragon PrC with the epic creature template and add the class(es). Weird CR, but would it matter really?
Muses are similar to Juno and Genius, and those are similar to Socrates' Daemon. These are connected to the Agathodaimon and Kakodaimon which in D&D are the Agathinon Aasimon and Cacodemon, but also similar to the Djinn.So right off the bat you are looking at an Extraplanar being with either some crazy polymorph or wish granting abilities, a means to fly, weapons immunity, teleport without error, planar travel, and other Proxy like powers. As powerful as you have Aasimon and Genies, that's the power range for your Muses.