Check out this new article Wizards of the Coast posted recently:
Consolidated Lists -- Wondering where you read about that prestige class? Check out our consolidated indexes from D&D published sourcebooks. Keep an eye out for future indexes, as well as revised indexes once new sourcebooks have been released.
Consolidated Lists: Character Class Index
Consolidated Lists: Prestige Class Index
Consolidated Lists: Feat Index
Consolidated Lists: Monster Index
Consolidated Lists: Invocations
Consolidated Lists: Spells
Wow, this is worth a sticky!
I will have to print these off. Thank you for the leg work
Very nice, saves alot of time. Also save alot of eergy when you are looking to buy a book with that specific item, instead of looking through each one. Thanks alot.
Sweet, love it when things are easy like that.
Shouldn't draconic invocations and warlock invocations be kept separate?
Dragonfire adept uses draconic invocations (both from Dragon Magic). Warlocks have to take a feat to learn draconic invocations. Not sure if there is a feat for the inverse.
nice, i just downloaded all of them, very useful
i find these very handy, as long as you can recall an appropiate keyword for what you are looking for! ^^ i've been using them since they came out. =D and i periodically download copies of them for offline use.
Nice to know the Good Terminators, a reference to the new Fox TV series, are still out there fighting the good fight > a joke that our RSS bot has a robot type Avatar.
>Still this stuff is almost like spoilers. Its a handy reference but I hope nobody is using it to build a character even a NPC.
Last edited by Jonathan Kwiat; 03-03-2008 at 11:27 PM. Reason: update
i think that it's sort of like advertising and sales. they are teasing you with the preview of the really cool sounding feat that sounds like it does just what you want, except you now have to spend $30-40 per book to get the low down on it. ^^
yea they are 40 or 38 if you buy them all in a pack