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Description Edit. Amaunator's avatar, whose skin shed golden light, looked like a lanky, silver-white haired, and short man with a white tenday growth of beard clad in a long, flowing, black or purple gown with silver or gold trims, the uniform of a magistrate. He always equipped himself with two tools: a scepter and a legal tome in each hand. The former was the scepter of the eternal sun ...
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Assassin. A sub-class of the thief introduced in the OD&D Blackmoor supplement, the assassin became a Prestige Class in 3rd Edition.. Boring, but Practical: 3E Assassins have a very small list of spells they can use, but it contains almost all the spells a stealthy character would want (read: Invisibility), and the ability to cast arcane spells at all opens up huge new options for them.