Prestige classes were introduced in third edition Dungeons and Dragons as a further means of individualizing a character. They expand upon the form of multiclassing and are inaccessible at 1st level, specifically meant to be multiclassed into from the base classes. To attain a specific prestige class, a character must first meet a number of prerequisites, such as certain feats or membership in a specific organization.
A. – Actor , Agent Of The Crown , Alchemist , Grand Alchemist of the Golden Cabel , Aerial Cavalier, Ambassador , Anchorite , Angelic Knight , Anointed of Styx , Arcane Champion , Archdruid , Avatar of Green Fire , Archmage , Assassin , Master Astrologer ,
D. – Dark Marshal , Dashing Swordsman , Death Dealer , Deep Tracker, Demagogue, Demon Hunter, The Demonologist, Dervish, Despoiler, Despoiler of Lilith , Devolutionary , Diabolist , Diplomat , Discreet Companion, The Divine Shard, Dog Warrior, Dominator of Belial, Dreamer, Duelist , Dwarf Clan Leader ,
E. – Executioner ,
M. – Magehunter , Martyr , Master Bowman, Master of Circles, Master Herbalist , Master of the Field, Master of the Hunt , Master Pankratiast , Master Spy , Master Of The Hunt Hound , Mogul of Dispater , Musical Composer
S. – Sacred Huntresses , Sacred Smith, The Sacrifice , Scavenger , Scholar , Scion of the Storm , Scribe , Scottish Highlander, Sea Wolf , Shadow Champion , Shadowdancer , Skald , Soothsayer , Sovereign , Sovereign King , Spear Dancer , Spellbane , Steel Martyr , Stoic of Mephistopheles , Storm Lord , Stormrider , Sun-Chosen , Talon of Spite , Thaumaturgist , Thrall of Malcanthet , Toll Warden of Mammon , Tree Dancer, Troubadour,
Z. – Zealot