A Mystic Theurge from n. theurges; n. theurgy; adj. theurgical
1. n. (“thay urj”), in general usage, one who performs miracles, or persuades a god or other supernatural power to perform them; from Greek theourgia “sorcery,” from theos “god” + -ergos “working”; c. 16th century. See thaumaturgy.
2. in the role-playing game series Werewolf: The Apocalypse and related media, one of the five Auspices of the Garou, those who speak with spirits and explore the Umbra; c. 1992.
3. in Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 ed., a prestige class that allows the player character to cast both cleric and magic-user spells.

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