In Wizards of the Coasts article “Prestige Classes and Rune Magic” states that it uses the normal D&D multiclassing rules. Comparing it to what I know of D&D 3.5e prestige classes consist usually of four levels. Does this mean that in 5e, a character can only have 16 levels in a base class and 4 in the prestige instead of 20 levels in a base class and 4 in the prestige?
- [RPG] use the Living Rune feature from the UA Rune Scribe prestige class to take a feat
- [RPG] Can the Living Rune feature increase your ability scores over 20
- [RPG] Are there any other prestige classes for 5e besides the Rune Scribe
- [RPG] Can a 14th level Theurgy Wizard with the Arcana Domain cast their 8th/9th level spells after picking up three levels in another Full Caster class