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An epic destiny can be chosen at level 21, and is much like a paragon path, except it grants less abilities but those that are far more powerful, such as evading death, rather than postponing it for an action/turn like lesser powers do.

Each epic destiny has prerequisites, but many of them only require level 21 (e.g. Demigod), although some have more specific requirements, such as requiring certain skills to be trained in or particular ability scores to be beyond a certain score (e.g. Deadly Trickster).

Epic destinies define the end of each character place in the world, like the ending of a story. This is usually transcending the realms of mortal life and becoming a legend of eternity in some way.

Epic destinies






  • Cosmic Soul (any psionic class)[PsP:145]
  • Demiurge (any psionic class)[PsP:146]
  • Diamond Soul (monk)[PH3:156]
  • Eighth Seal (any psionic class)[PsP:147]
  • Godmind (any psionic class)[PH3:157]
  • Grandmaster of Flowers (monk)[PsP:148]
  • Invincible Mind (battlemind)[PH3:158]
  • Master of Moments (any psionic class)[PsP:149]
  • Mind Lord of the Order (any psionic class that uses power points)[DSCS:101]
  • Topaz Crusader (any psionic class, Psionic Augmentation class feature)[PsP:150]
  • War Master (ardent)[PH3:161]


  • Perfect Slayer (assassin)[Dr379:38]



Forgotten Realms


  • Champion of Prophecy[EPG:80]
  • Dispossessed Champion[EPG:81]
  • Heir of Siberys[Dr388:24]
  • Mourning Savior[EPG:82]
  • Reborn Champion[Dr365:70] (possibly Eberron campaign specific)

Dark Sun

  • Avangion (any arcane class)[DSCS:98]
  • Dragon King (any arcane class)[DSCS:99]
  • Hordemaster[DSCS:100]
  • Mind Lord of the Order (any psionic class that uses power points)[DSCS:101]
  • Pyreen (any primal class or primal theme)[DSCS:102]