GameSpy have posted a Q&A with BioWare producers Trent Oster and Darcy Pajak about Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide, the first expansion pack for their RPG game Neverwinter Nights:
GameSpy: Please tell our readers a bit about the prestige classes. What kind of players would enjoy playing these classes?
Trent Oster: The prestige classes pretty much break down to about half good and half not so good, which is hard with five (laughs). We've got the Black Guard, who is of course essentially the anti-paladin -- the evil dark knight. That would apply to pretty much any player who really wants to go through the game on a different path and see what it's like to play as an evil character who is truly self serving and willing to do whatever it takes to get what they want. The Assassin, very similar. The other character classes, the Arcane Archer, which I think will be a lot of fun. It's basically almost like being Legolas from the Two Towers.