Epic Destinies.

Great Patriarch
level 21 in any class. An attribute score of 27 in any stat.

Level 21 Epic Feat: The Patriarch may found an order after themselves. NPCs who join it become more like the PC. The PC receives a +10 leadership score. The leader ship scores are multiplied x10. All NPCs receive a +2 attribute to any score the PC has a 27 or more in. The Patriarch receives taxes or donations through the Order equal to 10% of gold appropriate for his class level each week.

Level 24 Epic Feat: The Patriarch receives a +6 bonus to Charisma, and a +6 in any attribute that is his class’es main stat. The members of the PC’s Order of half his level or less are all under a geas effect when given orders. At level 24 and afterwards he gains a level in any class he doesn’t have until level 30.
(Maximum 6, unless you have levels above 30 house ruled.)

Level 27 Epic Feat: The Patriarch receives the commendation of a major established organization of political, religious or otherwise nature. This causes him to receive gold equal to his appropriate level per month. If this is too troublesome to make sense In-character, assume that the character is rewarded each month from a variety of different sources. Perhaps a member of the PC’s order is a rich aristocrat, or is a relative of one.

Level 30 Epic Feat: The Patriarch becomes a Cosmological figure of either his class, domain(if a cleric), character race, alignment, or even ability score. If Unaligned, and wishing to be Chosen by an Unalignment, the Patriarch instead becomes a creature of great power by attracting the attention of an Unaligned power. DM options might even allow the Patriarch to become a Chosen One of a weapon, the Demi Spell, as the Archmage level 30 ability, or even a fledgling god, as if a Demi god. At Level 30, the Patriarch even has a representative champion of the 21st level as his main servant on the Material Plane taking care of his Great Order. The Great Order is now known as an essential and absolutely prominent organization in the Campaign World.

You have an awesome collection of stuff and den, where exactly does your display case sit?

Interesting idea, Mateva, and more logical than some other Epic Destinies I’ve seen. Except at the 30th level. The PC spontaneously becomes a cosmological figure? That needs a better reasoning. Having a deity adopt him into his or her pantheon, turning him into a demigod would make more sense.

(You know, this reminds me of the Immortal-Level Campaign Setting, waaay back in the days of the Mystara campaign, where becoming an immortal (a god in everything but name) was also a very-high-level PC option. In fact it had very specific “paths” to achieve it, though all involved other immortals at some point.)

I like the idea of “epic destinies” because it gives players more concrete goals to accomplish beyond just slaying higher and higher level monsters. Though some are a little TOO specific in details and requirements (but that’s an overall problem of the 4th Edition, I feel.)

Isn’t getting gold at 27th level a bit useless? I don’t know if it’s a 4th ed. thing, but in the previous two you basically had no monetary problems after a point.

I’m not too familiar with fourth edition, but I would say you should change the name. “Patriarch” necessitates a male character.