We here at Little Red have a thing for being a little "wicked."
To us, the villains are just as compelling as the knight in shining armor! With Pathfinder releasing the antipaladin class in its Advanced Player's Guide we thought we would give a facelift to one of our favorite D&D 3.5 classes.
The Tome of Wicked Things provides the following in approximately 11 pages:
Rules for playing an antipaladin as a base class
Favored class options for the antipaladin
5 new alternate classes for the antipaladin
11 new feats for the antipaladin
The real showcase of the Tome of Wicked Things are the alternate classes we present. The first in the book is the "Black Knight." It brings back the sneak attack that blackguards had from D&D 3.5 at the cost of the smite good ability. The next alternate class presented is the "Wrath Reaper." It presents a more necrotic take of the antipaladin. The wrath reaper is followed by the anarchistic "Disciple of Discord." Instead of being concerned with the struggles between good and evil, a disciple of discord fights for the forces of chaos and individual freedom (Unfortunately, this tends to lead him down the road of madness!). The "Red Sword" alternate class is designed for paladins who have lost their way on the road of peace and fell to the rage and bloodlust of the battlefield (They are truly a force to be reckoned with in combat!). The final alternate class we've got lined up for the Tome of Wicked Things is the "Infernal Champion." The infernal champion has made a powerful pact with a demon (or other dark patron) and now serves them. In return for their service they are gifted with the ability to summon dark creatures from their master's legions!