Cat is fine also to me :). So no problems. Now I can make sheet asap but I need determine what PrC I can enter and such so I need discuss it further.
Sanctified One: We'll have to work on this one. If you're going for Kord, remember you'll have to have a pretty radical alignment change. I'm also not happy with his chaos ability. I'm also not using affiliations.pretty radical alignment change
??!! According the Wiki
he is chaotic good and I have said since start that my marshal is chaotic good?! Why I need change alignment? Also note marshals do not have alignment restrictions either. Anyways Chaos ability can be used only once
per day each time it's taken. Considering the other nice powers (like the one which gives you prc x 2 level sacred bonus to Str), it's unlikely someone takes same feature 3 times. Even so; it works only vs critical hits and it's meant to save your ass when foe with x3 critical multiplier would murder you in one hit. Of course it protects also spell effects (like critical hitting disintegrate ray). So overall not the most OP stuff what's out there. I would rule the spellcaster related ability in Kord abilities more broken than any other three.
But if you still think a once per day a life saver from being one shot with critical is OP, how you would nerf it?
Pious Templar: See above. Also, this PrC ties you to a specific location; if your loyalty is truly to Victoriana, you might pine for it but not join it. Also, I'm not using faith feats/points, either. I have no desire to start tacking on extra systems.
NPC Pious Templars stick on the temples, not PC ones. It would make class unplayable in any normal DnD party if that would be requirement to PrC. A PC Pious Templar can be adventurer and travel widely or even work as employee for a noble. But it can create drama/conflict if church duties cross with his employment ones, but same deal could be said with paladins and so far you have not demanded our paladin change class. Overall Pious Templar could be considered just a paladin, a divine champion, of the given church. Of course it's common they stick to specific temple sites but it's not a demand. Considering Kord as the deity of choice there is nice quote from Space Marines chaplain; "Battlefield is my chapel and I spread gospel with my bolter upon heathens."
Kord is deity of battles after all and so Pious Templar of Kord is stationed where there are regular conflicts or battles or physical challenges to overcome.
Legendary Leader: Not in the focus of the campaign. I think you'll be disappointed at the lack of opportunity to use your abilities.
Ok, so no leading armies or such. Although I kind hoped for some of that action.
Outcast Champion: yes, but the racial component stays. Half-elves and half-orcs aren't separate societies, they are more appropriate as growing up among humans. Remember that half-orcs aren't green Klingons, they readily pass as (ugly?) humans.
So, if all PrC's are eliminated you have no problems my marshal being half-elf then? Who was born among frost barbarians but because of his racial heritage he was social outcaste in there and he left to find place in the world and has ideas to form specifically a place where half-breeds are welcome to stay?
Would same concept work if instead half-elf we use tiefling or aasimar? I remember in Adaption suggestion section of the PrC told a planartouched race would also qualify with little to no trouble and tieflings are social outcastes like half-orcs are.
Dragonlord: No. The altered campaign model doesn't apply, so the whole of Dragon Magic is out.
Altered campaign model? I did not intent PrC change the setting but more as change PrC to fit on the setting itself. I thought it be cool if frost barbarians have reverance to totems (like usual norse culture) and so dragonlord takes inspiration from totem to be a efficient warlord.
Dreadful Wrath: No. I haven't considered any regions that would be analogous to Rashemen to expand their regional feat set.
Umh, reason why I asked the feat is because I think Rashemen and the Barbarian States are very
similar to each other culturally speaking (some fine details are different and inclusion of witches in Rashemen but witches are not anyway related to feat itself and what feat presents). Rashemen are barbarians
who are fearless in battle and have tendency go battle rages. They are outright frigthening to enemies when they come screaming at you.
So your saying frost, ice nor snow barbarians do not fit on the bill having similar battlefield influence which is presented with dreadful wrath feat?
Devotion feats: Not as written.
Ok, thought it could had been cool 'once per day' power to have but can live without.