Stunts

Stunts are feat-like abilities, which provide minor benefits to characters. They are frequently given by class abilities. Unlike (most) feats, however, stunts grow in benefit as the character grows in power, giving bonuses on a predictable schedule, typically at first and every five levels thereafter for the character type for which they were designed. [Combat] stunts scale to BAB, [Skill] stunts scale to ranks in a given skill, etc.

[Combat] Stunts

[Combat] stunts scale to your BAB.
Blind Fighting [Combat]
You don’t have to see to kill.
0: You may reroll your miss chances caused by concealment.
+ 1: While impaired visually, you may move your normal speed without difficulty.
+ 6: You have Blindsense out to 60’, this allows you to know the location of all creatures within 60’.
+ 11: You have Tremorsense out to 120’, this allows you to “see” anything within 120’ that is touching the earth.
+ 16: You cannot be caught flat footed.

Blitz [Combat]
You go all out and try to achieve goals in a proactive manner.
0: While charging, you may opt to lose your Dexterity Bonus to AC for one round, but inflicting an extra d6 of damage if you hit.
+ 1: You may go all out when attacking, adding your Base Attack Bonus to your damage, but provoking an Attack of Opportunity.
+ 6: Bonus attacks made in a Full Attack for having a high BAB are made with a – 2 penalty instead of a – 5 penalty.
+ 11: Every time you inflict damage upon an opponent with your melee attacks, you may immediately use an Intimidate attempt against that opponent as a bonus action.
+ 16: You may make a Full Attack action as a Standard Action.

Combat Looting [Combat]
You can put things into your pants in the middle of combat.
0: You may sheathe or store an object as a free action.
+ 1: You get a + 3 bonus to Disarm attempts. Picking up objects off the ground does not provoke an attack of opportunity.
+ 6: As a Swift action, you may take a ring, amulet/necklace, headband, bracer, or belt from an opponent you have successfully grappled. You may pick up an item off the ground in the middle of a move action.
+ 11: If you are grappling with an opponent, you may activate or deactivate their magic items with a successful Use Magic Device check. You may make Appraise checks as a free action.
+ 16: You can take 10 on Use Magic Device and Sleight of Hand checks.

Combat School [Combat]
You are a member of a completely arbitrary fighting school that has a number of recognizable signature fighting moves.
0: First, name your fighting style (such as “Hammer and Anvil Technique” or “Crescent Moon Style”, or “Way of the Lightning Mace”). This fighting style only works with a small list of melee weapons that you have to describe the connectedness to the DM in a half-way believable way. Now, whenever you are using that technique in melee combat, you gain a + 2 bonus on attack rolls.
+ 1: Your immersion in your technique gives you great martial prowess, you gain a + 2 to damage rolls in melee combat.
+ 6: When you strike your opponent with the signature moves of your fighting school in melee, they must make a Fortitude Save (DC 10 + 1/2 your level + your Strength bonus) or become dazed for one round.
+ 11: You may take 10 on attack rolls while using your special techniques. The DC to disarm you of a school appropriate weapon is increased by 4.
+ 16: You may add + 5 to-hit on any one attack you make after the first each turn. If you hit an opponent twice in one round, all further attacks this round against that opponent are made with The Edge.

Command [Combat] [Leadership]
You lead tiny men.
0: You have a Command Rating equal to your Base Attack Bonus divided by five (round up).
+ 1: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your Base Attack Bonus plus your Charisma Modifier.
+ 6: You are able to delegate command to a loyal cohort. A cohort is an intelligent and loyal creature with a CR at least 2 less than your character level. Cohorts gain levels when you do.
+ 11: With a Swift Action you may rally troops, allowing all allies within medium range of yourself to reroll their saves vs. Fear and gain a + 2 Morale Bonus to attack and damage rolls for 1 minute. This is a language-dependent ability that may be used an unlimited number of times.
+ 16: Your allies gain a + 2 morale bonus to all saving throws if they can see you and you are within medium range.

Danger Sense [Combat]
Maybe Spiders tell you what’s up. You certainly react to danger with uncanny effectiveness.
0: You get a + 3 bonus on Initiative checks.
+ 1: For the purpose of Search, Spot, and Listen, you are always considered to be “actively searching”. You also get Uncanny Dodge.
+ 6: You may take 10 on Listen, Spot, and Search checks.
+ 11: You may make a Sense Motive check (opposed by your opponent’s Bluff check) immediately whenever any creature approaches within 60’ of you with harmful intent. If you succeed, you know the location of the creature even if you cannot see it.
+ 16: You are never surprised and always act on the first round of any combat.

Elusive Target [Combat]
You are very hard to hit when you want to be.
0: You gain a + 2 Dodge bonus to AC.
+ 1: Your opponents do not gain flanking or higher ground bonuses against you.
+ 6: Your opponents do not inflict extra damage from the Power Attack option.
+ 11: Diverting Defense – As an immediate action, you may redirect an attack against you to any creature in your threatened range, friend or foe. You may not redirect an attack to the creature making the attack.
+ 16: As an immediate action, you may make an attack that would normally hit you miss instead.

Expert Tactician [Combat]
You benefit your allies so good they remember you long time.
0: You gain a + 4 bonus when flanking instead of the normal + 2 bonus. Your allies who flank with you gain the same advantage.
+ 1: You may Feint as an Immediate action.
+ 6: As a move action, you may make any 5’ square adjacent to yourself into difficult ground.
+ 11: For determining flanking with your allies, you may count your location as being 5’ in any direction from your real location.
+ 16: You ignore Cover bonuses less than full cover.

Ghost Hunter [Combat]
You smack around those folks in the spirit world.
0: Your attacks have a 50% chance of striking incorporeal opponents even if they are not magical.
+ 1: You can hear incorporeal and ethereal creatures as if they lacked those traits (note that shadows and the like rarely bother to actively move silently).
+ 6: You can see invisible and ethereal creatures as if they lacked those traits.
+ 11: Your attacks count as if you had the Ghost Touch property on your weapons.
+ 16: Any Armor or shield you use benefits from the Ghost Touch quality.

Giant Slayer [Combat]
Everyone has a specialty. Yours is miraculously finding ways to stab creatures in the face when it seems improbable that you would be able to reach that high.
0: When you perform a “grab on” Grapple maneuver, you do not provoke an attack of opportunity.
+ 1: You gain a + 4 Dodge bonus to your AC and Reflex Saves against attacks from any creature with a longer natural reach than your own.
+ 6: You have The Edge against any creature you attack that is larger than you. Also, an opponent using the Improved Grab ability on you provokes an attack of opportunity from you. You may take this attack even if you do not threaten a square occupied by your opponent.
+ 11: When you attempt to trip an opponent, you may choose whether your opponent resists with Strength or Dexterity.
+ 16: When involved in an opposed bull rush, grapple, or trip check as the attacker or defender, you may negate the size modifier of both participants. You may not choose to negate the size modifier of only one character.

Great Fortitude [Combat]
You are so tough. Your belly is like a prism.
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Fortitude Saves.
+ 1: You die at – 20 instead of – 10.
+ 6: You gain 1 hit point per level.
+ 11: You gain DR of 5/ – .
+ 16: You are immune to the fatigued and exhausted conditions. If you are already immune to these conditions, you gain 1 hit point per level for each condition you were already immune to.

Horde Breaker [Combat]
You kill really large numbers of people.
0: You gain a number of extra attacks of opportunity each round equal to your Dexterity Bonus (if positive).
+ 1: Whenever you drop an opponent with a melee attack, you are entitled to a bonus “cleave” attack against another opponent you threaten. You may not take a 5’ step or otherwise move before taking this bonus attack. This Cleave attack is considered an attack of opportunity.
+ 6: You may take a bonus 5’ step every time you are entitled to a Cleave attack, which you may take either before or after the attack.
+ 11: You may generate an aura of fear on any opponents within 10’ of yourself whenever you drop an opponent in melee. The save DC is 10 + the Hit Dice of the dropped creature.
+ 16: Opponents you have the Edge against provoke an attack of opportunity from you by moving into your threatened area or attacking you.

Hunter [Combat]
You can move around and shoot things with surprising effectiveness.
0: The penalties for using a ranged weapon from an unstable platform (such as a ship or a moving horse) are halved.
+ 1: shot on the run – you may take a standard action to attack with a ranged weapon in the middle of a move action, taking some of your movement before and some of your movement after your attack. That still counts as your standard and move action for the round.
+ 6: You suffer no penalties for firing from unstable ground, a running steed, or any of that.
+ 11: You may take a full round action to take a double move and make a single ranged attack from any point during your movement.
+ 16: You may take a full round action to run a full four times your speed and make a single ranged attack from any point during your movement. You retain your Dexterity modifier to AC while running.

Insightful Strike [Combat]
You Hack people down with inherent awesomeness.
0: You may use your Wisdom Modifier in place of your Strength Modifier for your melee attack rolls.
+ 1: Your attacks have The Edge against an opponent who has a lower Wisdom and Dexterity than your own Wisdom, regardless of relative BAB.
+ 6: Your melee attacks have a doubled critical threat range.
+ 11: You make horribly telling blows. The extra critical multiplier of your melee attacks is doubled (x2 becomes x3, x3 becomes x5, and x4 becomes x7).
+ 16: Any Melee attack you make is considered to be made with a magic weapon that has an enhancement bonus equal to your Wisdom Modifier (if positive).

Iron Will [Combat]
You are able to grit your teeth and shake off mental influences.
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Willpower saves.
+1: You gain the slippery mind ability of a Rogue.
+6: If you are stunned, you are dazed instead.
+11: You do not suffer penalties from pain and fear.
+16: You are immune to compulsion effects.

Juggernaut [Combat]
You are an unstoppable Juggernaut.
0: You may be considered one size category larger for the purposes of any size dependant roll you make (such as a Bull Rush, Overrun, or Lift action).
+ 1: You do not provoke an attack of opportunity for entering an opponent’s square.
+ 6: You gain a + 4 bonus to attack and damage rolls to destroy objects. You may shatter a Force Effect by inflicting 30 damage on it.
+ 11: When you successfully bullrush or overrun an opponent, you automatically Trample them, inflicting damage equal to a natural slam attack for a creature of your size.
+ 16: You gain the Rock Throwing ability of any standard Giant with a strength equal to or less than yourself.

Lightning Reflexes [Combat]
You are fasty McFastFast. It helps keep you alive.
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Reflex saves.
+ 1: You gain Evasion, if you already have Evasion, that stacks to Improved Evasion.
+ 6: You may make a Balance Check in place of your Reflex save.
+ 11: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Initiative.
+ 16: When you take the Full Defense Action, add your level to your AC.

Mage Slayer [Combat]
You have trained long and hard to kill magic users. Maybe you hate them, maybe you just noticed that most of the really dangerous creatures in the world use magic.
0: You gain Spell Resistance of 5 + Character Level.
+ 1: Damage you inflict is considered “ongoing damage” for the purposes of concentration checks made before the beginning of your next round. All your attacks in a round are considered the same source of continuing damage.
+ 6: Creatures cannot cast defensively within your threat range.
+ 11: Your attacks ignore Deflection bonuses to AC.
+ 16: When a creature uses a [Teleportation] effect within medium range of yourself, you may choose to be transported as well. This is not an action.

Murderous Intent [Combat]
You stab people in the face.
0: You may make a coup de grace as a standard action.
+ 1: When you kill an opponent, you gain a + 2 Morale Bonus to your attack and damage rolls for 1 minute.
+ 6: Once per round, you may take an attack of opportunity against an opponent who is denied their Dexterity bonus to AC.
+ 11: You may take a Coup de Grace action against opponents who are stunned.
+ 16: You may take a Coup de Grace action against opponents who are dazed.

Oversized Weapon Fighting [Combat]
The bigger they are, the harder they hit.
0: You are considered one size larger for the purposes of wielding weapons.
+ 1: Collateral Damage: You always do max damage when striking unattended objects, and if you miss a target that has cover you strike the object giving cover.
+ 6: You can wield an object as a weapon, regardless of size, as long as its weight does not put you over a light load.
+ 11: Your weapons now grant you reach as if you were a typical creature of a size(Tall) that could wield them normally.
+ 16: Shattering Blows: When you miss a target, compare your attack roll to their touch AC, if you would have hit their touch AC then you may strike a piece of their gear; the first target is their shield, then any hand held items, then armor or equivalent, then any exposed magic items.

Phalanx Fighter [Combat]
You fight well in a group.
0: You may take attacks of opportunity even while flat footed.
+ 1: Any Dodge bonus to AC you gain is also granted to any adjacent allies for as long as you benefit from the bonus and your ally remains adjacent.
+ 6: Charging is an action that provokes an attack of opportunity from you. This attack is considered to be a “readied attack” if it matters for purposes like setting against a charge.
+ 11: You may attack with a reach weapon as if it was not a reach weapon. Thus, a medium creature would normally threaten at 5’ and 10’ with a reach weapon.
+ 16: You may take an Aid Another action once per round as a free action. You provide double normal bonuses from this effect.

Point Blank Shot [Combat]
You are crazy good using a ranged weapon in close quarters.
0: When you are within 30’ of your target, your attacks with a ranged weapon gain a + 3 bonus to-hit.
+ 1: You add your base attack bonus to damage with any ranged attack within the first range increment.
+ 6: You do not provoke an attack of opportunity when you make a ranged attack.
+ 11: When armed with a Ranged Weapon, you may make attacks of opportunity against opponents who provoke them within 30’ of you. Movement within this area does not provoke an attack of opportunity.
+ 16: With a Full Attack action, you may fire a ranged weapon once at every single opponent within the first range increment of your weapon. You gain no additional attacks for having a high BAB. Make a single attack roll for the entire round, and compare to the armor class of each opponent within range.

Sniper [Combat]
Your shooting is precise and dangerous.
0: Your range increments are 50% longer than they would ordinarily be. Any benefit of being within 30’ of an opponent is retained out to 60’.
+ 1: Precise Shot – You do not suffer a – 4 penalty when firing a ranged weapon into melee and never hit an unintended target in close combats or grapples.
+ 6: Sharp Shooting – Your ranged attacks ignore Cover Bonuses (total cover still bones you).
+ 11: Opponents struck by your ranged attacks do not automatically know what square your attack came from, and must attempt to find you normally.
+ 16: Any time you hit an opponent with a ranged weapon, it is counted as a critical threat. If your weapon already had a 19 – 20 threat range, increase its critical multiplier by 1.

Subtle Cut [Combat]
You cut people so bad they have to ask you about it later.
0: Any time you damage an opponent, that damage is increased by 1.
+ 1: As a standard action, you can make a weapon attack that also reduces a creature’s movement rate. For every 5 points of damage this attack does, reduce the creature’s movement by 5’. This penalties lasts until the damage is healed.
+ 6: As a standard action, you may make a weapon attack that also does 2d4 points of Dexterity damage.
+ 11: Any weapon attack that you make at this level acts as if the weapon had the wounding property.
+ 16: As a standard action, you may make an attack that dazes your opponent. This effect lasts one round, and has a DC of 10 + half your level + your Intelligence bonus.

Tank [Combat]
It’s an armadillo! It’s a cannon ball! No, It’s Armor Man!
Prerequisite: Must be wearing medium or heavy armor, and be proficient with the armor you’re wearing or have a natural armor bonus of at least + 6.
0: Imposing Invincibility: When an opponent misses you can make an immediate intimidate check against them. Usable once per round per opponent.
+ 1: Add your BAB to your Dexterity for the purposes of calculating AC.
+ 6: Weighty Defense: As a standard action or replacing the attack at the end of a charge you may fling your armored body into a target, if you succeed on an attack roll you do 1d12+Armor Bonus to AC + 2*Str damage. Your mastery of this technique also gives you a + 4 bonus to Bullrush attempts.
+ 11: Turtling: When using Combat Expertise for at least 4 you gain Improved Evasion and can add your armor’s enhancement bonus(or your enhancement bonus to natural armor) to your reflex saves, you also gain hardness equal to your Armor Bonus to AC. When using Weighty Defense you can take a full round action and use it in a Line with a length equal to twice your speed.
+ 16: Meat Wall: All allies, not including you, within a radius of you equal to your space receive the benefits of cover, also, you block line of effect for your entire space. When using Weighty Defense you can take a full round action and use it as a Cone(as you ricochet from target to target or however else your want to justify it) with a length equal to your speed or in a Burst with a radius equal to half your speed.

Two Weapon Fighting [Combat]
When armed with two weapons, you fight with two weapons rather than picking and choosing and fighting with only one. Kind of obvious in retrospect.
0: You suffer no penalty for doing things with your off-hand. When you make an attack or full-attack action, you may make a number of attacks with your off-hand weapon equal to the number of attacks you are afforded with your primary weapon.
+ 1: While armed with two weapons, you gain an extra Attack of Opportunity each round for each attack you would be allowed for your BAB, these extra attacks of opportunity must be made with your off-hand.
+ 6: You gain a + 2 Shield Bonus to your armor class when fighting with two weapons and not flat footed.
+ 11: You may Feint as a Swift action while fighting with two weapons.
+ 16: While fighting with two weapons and not flat footed you may add the enhancement bonus of either your primary or your off-hand weapon to your Shield Bonus to AC.

Weapon Finesse [Combat]
You are incredibly deft with a sword.
0: You may use your Dexterity Modifier instead of your Strength modifier for calculating your melee attack bonus.
+ 1: Your special attacks are considered to have the Edge when you attack an opponent with a Dexterity modifier smaller than yours, even if your Base Attack Bonus is not larger.
+ 6: You may use your Dexterity modifier in place of your Strength modifier when attempting to trip an opponent.
+ 11: You may use your Dexterity modifier in place of your Strength modifier for calculating your melee damage.
+ 16: opportunist – Once per turn, when an opponent is struck, you may take an attack of opportunity on that opponent.

Whirlwind [Combat]
You are just as dangerous to everyone around you as to anyone around you.
0: As a full round action, you may make a single attack against each opponent you can reach. Roll one attack roll and compare to each available opponent’s AC individually.
+ 1: You gain a + 3 bonus to Balance checks.
+ 6: As a full round action, you may take a regular move action and make a single attack against each opponent you can reach at any point during your movement. Roll one attack roll and compare to each available opponent’s AC individually.
+ 11: Until your next round after making a whirlwind attack, you may take an attack of opportunity against any opponent that enters your threatened area.
+ 16: As a full round action, you take a charge action, overrunning any creature in your path, and may make a single attack against each opponent you can reach at any point during your movement. Roll one attack roll and compare to each available opponent’s AC individually.

Zen Archery [Combat]
You are very calm about shooting people in the face. That’s a good place to be.
0: You may use your Wisdom Modifier in place of your Dexterity Modifier on ranged attack rolls.
+ 1: Any opponent you can hear is considered an opponent you can see for purposes of targeting them with ranged attacks.
+ 6: If you cast a Touch Spell, you can deliver it with a ranged weapon (though you must hit with a normal attack to deliver the spell).
+ 11: As a Full Round Action, you may make one ranged attack with a + 20 Insight bonus to hit.
+ 16: As a Full Round Action, you may make one ranged attack with a + 20 Insight bonus to hit. If this attack hits, your attack is automatically upgraded to a critical threat. If the threat range of your weapon is 19-20, your critical multiplier is increased by one.

[Skill] Stunts

[Skill] Stunts scale to you ranks in a given skill.
Acquirer’s Eye [Skill]
You know what you want, even if other people have it right now.
Appraise Ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Appraise checks.
4: You automatically know if something is ordinary, masterwork, or magic when looking at it.
9: You can discover the properties of a magic item, including how to activate it (if appropriate) and how many charges are left (if it has them), with a successful Appraise check (DC= item’s caster level + 10) and 10 minutes of work.
14: Once per round as a free action, you can examine a magic item and attempt an Appraise check (DC= item’s caster level + 20) to determine its properties, including its functions, how to activate those functions (if necessary), and how many charges it has left (if it has charges).
19: You know what the most valuable piece of treasure is in any collection, such as the most valuable magic item an enemy is wearing or the most valuable object in a dragon’s horde, just by looking at the collection.
You automatically recognize an artifact when looking at it.

Acrobatic [Skill]
You can totally flip out and kill someone with your gymnastic prowess.
Tumble Ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Tumble checks.
4: When using the Combat Expertise option, your dodge bonus to AC increases by + 1. This further increases by + 1 for every ten ranks of Tumble you have (+ 2 at 14, + 3 at 24, and so on).
9: If an opponent attempts to bull-rush, overrun, or trample you, if you succeed on Tumble check of DC 25 + their base attack bonus, their movement continues in a straight line to the maximum allowed by their speed, you remain where you were, and you don’t su er from the effects of their bull-rush, overrun, or trample. If you fail, you provoke an attack of opportunity from that enemy.
14: If you succeed on a DC 40 Tumble check, you can move 10 feet when taking a 5-foot step.
19: If you succeed on a Tumble check against a DC of 30 + an opponent’s base attack bonus, an action that would normally provoke an attack of opportunity doesn’t.

Alertness [Skill]
Your ears are so sharp you probably wouldn’t miss your eyes.
Listen Ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Listen checks.
4: You can make a Listen check once a round as a free action. You don’t take penalties for distractions on your Listen checks.
9: You gain blindsense to 60 feet. You don’t take penalties for ambient noise, such as loud winds. Divide any distance penalties you take on Listen checks by two.
14: You gain blindsight to 120 feet.
19: You can hear through magical silence and similar effects, but you take a -20 penalty on your check. Divide any distance penalties you take on Listen checks by five.

Animal Affinity [Skill]
You’re one of those people animals just won’t leave alone for no apparent reason.
Handle Animal ranks:
0: You gain the wild empathy ability, with your check equal to your character level plus your Charisma modifier plus any other applicable bonuses. If you already have wild empathy, or later gain it from another source, you gain a + 3 bonus on Handle Animal checks.
4: You can handle an animal as a free action, and push it as a move action.
9: You gain the bene ts of speak with animals permanently as an extraordinary ability. The DCs for you to rear and train creatures are halved.
14: With a DC 30 Handle Animal check, you can use a mass version of charm animal as a spell-like ability, with save DC equal to 10 + 1=2 your character level + your Cha modifier and effective caster level equal to your bonus on Handle Animal checks.
19: You can summon animals to your aid. Choose an animal with a CR equal to or less than your character level, and make a Handle Animal check at a DC of 25 + your character level. If you succeed, you summon a number of animals depending on how much the animal’s CR is less than your character level for an hour. You can’t use this ability again until any animals you’ve summoned with it have dispersed or you’ve dismissed them.

CR Number Appearing
Level – 1 1
Level – 2 1d3
Level – 3 1d4
Level – 4 1d6
Level – 5 1d8
Level – 6 1d10
Level – 7 2d6
Level – 8 3d6
Level – 9 3d10
Level – 10 10 + 3d6
Level – 11 15 + 3d10
Level – 12 40
Level – 13 50
Level – 14 60
Level – 15 80
Level – 16 100
Level – 17 150
Level – 18 200
Level – 19 300

Architect [Skill]
You understand the intricacies of artificial structures.
Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering) checks. Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering) is always a class skill for you.
4: When within arm’s reach of any artificial terrain (such as a worked floor, wall, pillar, etc.), you can take a move action to give yourself a + 4 circumstance bonus in resisting bull rush, trip, hold down, and lift maneuvers until you leave your current space.
9: Your attacks ignore hardness less than your Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering) skill modifier.
14: When within arm’s reach of any artificial terrain (such as a worked floor, wall, pillar, etc.), you can give yourself cover against all attackers for one round with a DC 30 Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering) check. This is a free action usable once per round.
19: You are expert at using terrain to your advantage. You may substitute your ranks in Knowledge (Architecture and Engineering) for your BAB for purposes of bull rush, grapple, and trip maneuvers.

Army of Demons [Celestial] [Fiend] [Leadership] [Skill]
You have an army of planar crazy crap.
Knowledge (The Planes) ranks:
0: You have a Command Rating equal to your Knowledge (The Planes) ranks divided by five (round up).
4: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your ranks in Knowledge: Planes plus your Charisma mod. These followers can and must be outsiders.
9: Your followers swell in number to that of an army.
14: You own a planar stronghold.
19: Your allies gain a + 2 morale bonus to all saving throws if they can see you and you are within medium range.

Battlefield Surgeon [Skill]
You like to cut people open with a saw. But it’s good for them. Seriously.
Heal ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Heal checks.
4: You can make first aid, treat poison, and treat wound checks as move actions.
9: For every 5 points your Heal check exceeds the DC for long term care, your patients recover another + 100% faster. For instance, if your Heal check result is 23, your patients would heal at thrice the normal rate.
14: If you operate on a patient for a minute, they regain hit points equal to your Heal check result. You also may, instead of healing hit point damage, cure any condition that heal could, reattach severed limbs, or repair ruined organs, if you succeed on a DC 30 check. Patients under your long-term care heal permanent ability drain as if it was ability damage.
19: With one hour of work, 25,000 gp worth of materials (which are consumed in the process), and a DC 40 Heal check, you can restore a creature that died within the last twenty-four hours to life. The subject’s soul must be free and willing to return for the effect to work.

Bureaucrat [Skill] [Leadership]
You have a functioning guild that makes stuff for you and gives you money
Appraise ranks:
0: You draw an income for working as an administrator, getting 1 GP/week per rank in Appraise.
4: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your ranks in Appraise plus your Intelligence modifier. These followers all have profession and craft skills.
9: You get your own Stronghold.
14: You get a + 2 bonus to pro t checks.
19: Your guild goes planar, your number of followers swell to the size of an army and their ranks start filling up with producers and managers from other planes of existence.

Combat Casting [Skill]
Having a sword sticking out of your chest doesn’t noticeably impede your ability to do… well, just about anything.
Concentration ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Concentration checks.
4: You can take 10 on Concentration checks and caster level checks.
9: You may maintain concentration on a spell as a move action (DC 25 + spell level). If you beat the DC by 10 or more, you can maintain concentration as a swift action. If you fail your check, you lose concentration.
14: If you would be nauseated, you’re sickened instead.
19: All Concentration DCs are halved for you.

Con Artist [Skill]
You can fool some of the people, all of the time.
Bluff ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Bluff checks.
4: Magic effects that would detect your lies or force you to speak the truth must succeed on a caster level check with DC equal to 10 plus your ranks in Bluff or fail.
9: Divination magic used on you detects a false alignment of your choice. You can present false surface thoughts to detect thoughts and similar effects, changing your apparent Intelligence score (and thus your apparent mental strength) by as much as 10 points and can place any thought in your “surface thoughts” to be read by such spells or effects.
14: If you beat someone’s Sense Motive check by 25, you can instill a suggestion in them, as the spell. This suggestion lasts for one hour for each of your character levels.
19: You are protected from all spells and effects that detect or read emotions or thoughts, as by mind blank.

Cosmologist [Skill]
You understand the big picture.
Knowledge (The Planes)
0: You receive a +3 bonus on Knowledge (The Planes) checks. Knowledge (The Planes) is always a class skill for you.
4: As a swift action, you may grant yourself energy resistance to one energy type equal to half your ranks in Knowledge (The Planes), or damage resistance equal to half your ranks that only applies to attacks with an alignment of your choice, including the attacks of creatures with that alignment subtype. This effect lasts for one round.
9: Your attacks count as having any alignment you wish for purposes of penetrating DR. You may change this alignment as a free action.
14: With a DC 30 Knowledge (The Planes) check, you can cast dismissal as a spell-like ability, with a caster level equal to your character level. The save DC is INT-based.
19: With a DC 40 Knowledge (The Planes) check, you can cast plane shift as a spell-like ability.

Cryptographer [Skill]
You’re good at reading things no one intended you to.
Decipher Script ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Decipher Script checks.
4: You can decipher a written spell (like a scroll) without using read magic, if you succeed on a Decipher Script check of DC 20 + the spell’s level. You can try once per day on any particular written spell.
9: You don’t trigger written magic traps (like explosive runes or symbols) by reading them. You can disable them with Decipher Script as if you were using Disable Device. You can read the material hidden by a secret page with a DC 25 Decipher Script check.
14: When you cast a spell from a scroll, the spell’s save DC is equal to 10 + the spell’s level + your Intelligence modifier + any other applicable bonuses, and its caster level is equal to your character level, plus other applicable bonuses.
19: Reading text using Decipher Script is a free action for you. You may disable written magical traps as a swift action, and you can cast 5th-level or lower spells from scrolls as a swift action.

Deft Fingers [Skill]
Your amazing manual dexterity is the talk of princes and princesses.
Sleight of Hand ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus on your Sleight of Hand checks.
4: If you draw a hidden weapon and attack with it in the same round, your opponent loses their Dexterity bonus to AC against your first attack with that weapon that round. This ability can only be used once per round.
9: You can make an adjacent creature or object your size or smaller “disappear” with your legerdemain. If you succeed on a DC 30 Sleight of Hand check as a standard action, your target can make a Hide check, or you can make the Hide check for them or it. As usual, you can hide larger creatures or objects by taking a – 20 cumulative penalty for each size category larger they are than you.
14: With a DC 30 Sleight of Hand check, you can use shrink item as a spell-like ability.
19: With a DC 40 Sleight of Hand check, you can use teleport object as a spell-like ability. You can also retrieve items placed in the Ethereal Plane using teleport object. With a DC 40 Sleight of Hand check, you can use instant summons as a spell-like ability without requiring arcane mark, but you may only designate one item at a time.

Deific Attention [Skill]
You have a friend in high places.
Prerequisite: Worship a specific deity that you don’t tend to piss off.
Knowledge (Religion)
0: Know (Religion) is always a class skill for you. Additionally, once per day you may cast a single 1st level spell as a spell-like ability. This spell must come from a domain the deity possesses, and if it has any expensive material components or an XP cost, you must still pay it.
4: You gain one Domain power that your deity can grant, using your character level for anything that relies on cleric levels.
9: Your deity can sometimes intervene and save your ass. Once per day, if an attack would reduce you to 0 HP or less, you can elect for your deity to step in and halve the damage. You are still knocked prone, so it looks like you were killed, in case you want to play dead and not attract the wrong kind of attention
14: You now gain an additional spell-like ability once per day. It must also come from a domain list your deity offers, and has the same exception on costs, but it may be of any level up to and including 6th.
19: Once per day, you may smite the enemies of your deity, given some half-assed justification. This grants you a +4 bonus to hit, and deals an additional amount of Holy or Profane damage equal to 3d6 plus your character level plus your Charisma modifier. If this slays the enemy of your deity, they are so pleased that you may, at any point before the end of the day, activate a Heal spell upon yourself.

Delver [Skill]
You spend a lot of time in dungeons. Certain habits inevitably result.
Knowledge (Dungeoneering)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Dungeoneering) checks. Knowledge (Dungeoneering) is always a class skill for you.
4: You receive a + 3 dodge bonus to AC and saves against traps.
9: The first time you see a cursed item, you immediately know it is cursed if you pass a Knowledge (Dungeoneering) check with a DC of 10 + the item’s caster level (this check is rolled secretly, of course). You may suppress the cursed effects of an item for one day with a Knowledge (Dungeoneering) check, DC 10 + item’s caster level (if you fail, the curse activates as if you had attempted to use the item), but the curse reasserts itself if anyone but you attempts to use the item.
14: You automatically know if there is an armed trap within 300 feet of you, but do not know its nature or exact location.
19: You unerringly know the shortest navigable route to daylight at all times.

Detective [Skill]
You’re good at finding things out just by conversing with townsfolk.
Gather Information ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus on your Gather Information checks.
4: Your ability to pick up on the social context aids you in establishing rapport. After succeeding on a Gather Information check, you gain a + 2 bonus to Knowledge checks, Sense Motive checks, and checks for Cha based skills in the same milieu.
9: With 2d6 hours of research, you can study a specific topic, such as a particular location or a well-known local monster, and substitute a Gather Information check for any Knowledge checks pertaining to the topic. You need access to local informants, a library, scholars, or other appropriate sources to use this ability.
14: You can gain the benefits of legend lore with a DC 30 Gather Information check. If you have the person or thing at hand, or are in the place, this takes a day; otherwise, it consumes the time as normal for legend lore. You need access to individuals or resources with relevant knowledge to use this ability.
19: With a DC 40 Gather Information check and 1d4+1 days of talking to people, you can either find an answer to any question you can pose in ten words or less, or find out where you need to go to get the answer. You need access to individuals or resources with relevant knowledge to use this ability.

Dreadful Demeanor [Skill]
People know you’re a badass motherfvcker the instant you enter the room.
Intimidate ranks:
0: You gain +3 to your Intimidate checks.
4: You can demoralize an opponent as a move action.
9: Opponents you’ve demoralized remain shaken until they lose sight of you.
14: Opponents who would be panicked because of your fear effects are cowered instead for the duration of the effect.
19: Any time you con rm a critical hit in melee, your target is cowered until they lose sight of you. This is a fear effect.

Environmentalist [Skill]
You embrace the great outdoors.
Knowledge (Nature)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Nature) checks. Knowledge (Nature) is always a class skill for you.
4: While in a vegetated area, you can entangle an adjacent foe for one round with a move action and a Knowledge (Nature) check, DC 10 + target’s STR + target’s level or CR.
9: You can enhance your body’s self-healing abilities. With a full-round action, you may perform a trance that restores HP equal to half your ranks in Knowledge (Nature). This action requires concentration and provokes attacks of opportunity.
14: You gain Scent.
19: With a DC 35 Knowledge (Nature) check, you can cast tree stride as a spell-like ability.

Expert Counterfeiter [Skill]
You aren’t a common forger, you’re an artiste.
Forgery ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Forgery checks.
4: When creating a forgery, you roll twice and take the better result.
9: In situations where you can present a legal document of some sort, you can substitute a Forgery check for a Bluff, Diplomacy, or Intimidate check.
14: You can purchase items with counterfeit bills of exchange, falsified credit vouchers, and the like. You can acquire any item available through the gold economy in this method. Normally, your counterfeits are so good they don’t provoke suspicion, but if someone examines them, they must still beat you in an opposed Forgery check to recognize they’re not the real thing.
19: You can duplicate a scroll with eight hours of work and a Forgery check against DC 35 + the spell’s level. The duplicate functions in all manners like the original scroll. You must have appropriate materials on hand for scribing the scroll, and if the spell requires XP or expensive material components, you must provide the requisite components or make up the XP cost in materials.

Feral Spirit [Skill]
You are at home only when you’re not in a home.
Knowledge (Nature)
0: Your natural armor is increased by 1.
4: You gain a natural bite, a sting, or two claws appropriate to a creature of your size as natural weapons.
9: You gain Scent.
14: You gain a +15’ competence bonus to your land speed.
19: You gain DR 5/Wood and Fast Healing 1.

Ghost Step [Skill]
You might as well be incorporeal for all the noise you make.
Move Silently ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Move Silently checks.
4: Anyone attempting to use Survival to track you must beat you in an opposed check against Move Silently.
9: Creatures with blindsense, blindsight, tremorsense, or similar abilities do not automatically detect your presence, but must succeed on a Listen check, opposed by your Move Silently check, to notice you.
14: With success on a DC 30 Move Silently check as a standard action, you can control ambient sounds within 30 feet of yourself for a round. You can specifically duplicate any effect from control sound (XPH), silence, or ventriloquism, and in general can make sound you’ve heard come from any part of the area, displace sounds in the area, or suppress any sounds or sounds. Also, if you take a – 10 DC penalty on your Move Silently check, anyone within 30 feet of you can substitute your check result for their own.
19: You’re so quiet that people don’t even remember you when you’re standing right next to them. Your opponents count as flat-footed whenever you attack them.

Historian [Skill]
Your awareness of antiquated minutiae is staggering.
Knowledge (History)
0: You receive a +3 bonus on Knowledge (History) checks. Knowledge (History) is always a class skill for you.
4: You gain the Bardic Knowledge ability of a Bard, using your character level instead of class level. If you already have Bardic Knowledge, you may roll it once for each source and take the best result.
9: Almost everything figures into history somehow. You may substitute your Knowledge (History) check for any other Knowledge check, but you suffer a -10 penalty when doing so (you do not count as untrained).
14: Once per day as a free action, you may attempt a DC 35 Knowledge (History) check to gain knowledge as if you had used legend lore.
19: Historical context and examples give you insight into many fields. You receive a +2 insight bonus on all skill checks. Yes, all of them. For simplicity, that includes Knowledge (History) checks.

Investigator [Skill]
You have an eye for detail and so much patience that going through a 100’ by 100’ room inch-by-inch doesn’t even try it.
Search ranks:
0: You can use Search to find traps like a character with trapfinding. If you already have that ability, you gain + 3 to your Search checks. Search is always a class skill for you.
4: You can Search a 10’ by 10’ area with a full-round action.
9: You automatically sense any active magic effects in an area you search. If you succeed on a DC 20 Search check, you can determine their number, strength, and school, as if using detect magic.
14: You can Search objects or areas within 30 feet of yourself. You can make a Search check as a swift action.
19: You have an intuitive sense for hidden things. Anytime something that someone has hidden is within 60 feet of you, you know it; if there are multiple things, you know how many. However, you must still make Search checks as normal to locate them.

Item Master [Skill]
You make magic items do things you want.
Use Magic Device ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Use Magic Device checks.
4: You don’t suffer mishaps with magic items.
9: When rolling Use Magic Device checks or random effects from magic items, you may roll twice and take the better result.
14: With a swift action and a successful Use Magic Device check against a DC of 30 + the item’s caster level, you can gain the benefits of a slotted magic item without needing to have a slot available (for instance, a third ring on your finger) for one round.
19: When you activate a wand or staff, you can substitute a spell slot instead of using a charge. The spell slot must be one you have not used for the day, though you may lose a prepared spell to emulate a wand charge (you may not lose prepared spells from your school of specialty, if any). The spell slot lost must be equal to or higher in level than the spell
stored in the wand, including any level-increasing metamagic enhancements. When using spell trigger, spell completion, or other consumable magic items, if you succeed on a Use Magic Device check of 40 + the caster level of the item as a swift action, the item or charges thereof are not consumed.

Leadership [Leadership] [Skill]
You convince people that obeying you is a good career move.
Diplomacy ranks:
0: You can awe even strangers and enemies into following your orders. With a DC 20 Diplomacy check, you can use command as a spell-like ability, with save DC equal to 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier.
4: Your natural talent for leaderships attracts followers. Your leadership score is equal to your ranks in Diplomacy plus your Charisma modifier.
9: You persuade someone that you are so awesome that they should follow you around all the time, acquiring a cohort. A cohort is an intelligent and loyal creature with a CR at least 2 less than your character level. Cohorts gain levels when you do.
14: Your natural majesty stirs guilt in those who refuse your demands. With a DC 30 Diplomacy check, you can use geas as a spell-like ability, but it offers a Will save at DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier.
19: You command the loyalty of armies… even opposing ones. With a DC 40 Diplomacy check, you can use greater command as a spell-like ability, with save DC equal to 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier and effective caster level equal to your bonus on Diplomacy checks.

Legendary Wrangler [Skill]
No one can tell where you end and your ropes begin.
Use Rope ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Use Rope checks and proficiency with the bolas, net, and whip.
4: You can use a rope as if it was a bolas or whip, and you can substitute your ranks in Use Rope for your Base Attack Bonus for combat maneuvers made with it. You can also use it as a net, replacing the normal DC 20 Escape Artist check for someone entangled with it with your Use Rope check. You can throw a grappling hook, tie a knot, tie a special knot, or tie a rope around yourself one-handed as a move action.
You don’t provoke attacks of opportunity for using Use Rope.
9: You can use a rope, whip, grappling hook, or similar item to manipulate any item within 30 feet of yourself as easily as if it was in your hands; you can also make disarm, entangling (as if with a net), and trip attempts with it. You can move around on ropes and similar structures, like webs, as easily as you can on the ground.
14: With a DC 30 Use Rope check, you can use animate rope as a spell-like ability; you can use any ability you can with an ordinary rope with an animated rope.
19: You can manipulate items out to 60 feet with ropes and similar items. You can use ropes for the grab on and hold down grapple maneuvers. When using combat maneuvers with ropes, you can replace the relevant check (disarm, grapple, trip, etc.) with a Use Rope check.

Lifecrafter (Necromantic) (Skill)
Requirements: Craft 4 ranks (Alchemy, Embalming, Weaponmaking).
0: Thanks to a study of the alchemy of life and necromancy, you have begun to cross into realms considered blasphemous by most religions. With the right materials and enough time, you can grow obscenely organic living weapons. Growing a weapon require a framework of some kind—it’s usually broken and re-shaped bone—and a growth pool of common alchemic substances and liquid viscera.
The weapons themselves vary widely in appearance. The most simple ones appear to be a dull bone-like substance, maybe with a slightly irregular shape. The more complex ones are downright obscene collections of muscle and other tissue and can make people retch.
The base growth time and the number of gallons of an approximately fifty-fifty mix of alchemic materials and liquid viscera are needed are as follows:

Weapon Size Time Liquid
Diminutive object 3 days a half-gallon
Tiny 6 days a gallon
Small 12 days four gallons
Medium 20 days ten gallons

Almost all Large or larger living weapons are ‘stillborn’ and useless.
A living weapon is always modeled after a normal weapon, but it’s usually only about half of the weight. Use its base stats.
For the improvements granted by this feat, take the base growth time, then add up all the time increases and multiply (be sure to convert the percentages to decimals, so, for example, 150% becomes 1.50)

4: Your living weapons are slightly better than the normal things. When you’re growing one, you may add these qualities at the cost of extra time spent growing them.

  • Increase critical range by 1 / Increase critical multiplier by 1: + 20% time (round up to the nearest day) for each one of these, maximum of + 80%
  • Magic weapon: + 100% time.
  • Bonus damage: It has ripping spines or fins or whatever bullshit you want. Point is, it starts off doing an additional + 1d4 damage at the cost of + 20% time, can be stacked up to 3 times.

9: Your growing skill lets you make more complex living weapons. You have the following options, which increase crafting time 40%

  • The weapon can flex and squirm and does so constantly, giving it a + 2 bonus on Trip and Disarm attempts and + Eleventy Billion on checks to freak people out. Requires raw muscle tissue.
  • The weapon generates its own poison and does 1d6 damage to an ability score chosen at the time of the weapon’s birth when it hits someone. It can generate one dose every minute. Requires 1 dose of a poison that targets the appropriate ability score.
  • The weapon can get its own attack, such as a bite or a claw or something. It does damage appropriate to its size and hits when you hit someone. Requires teeth, claws, spines, hand bones, tusks, etc. equal to 1/8 the weight of the weapon’s normal analogue.

14: By now, you’re not making weapons, you’re making creatures.

  • A flexible weapon can have its own Str and Dex scores which are added to relevant attack/damage rolls like yours are. Start off at 10 and increase one by + 2 for each iteration of this, maximum of 14 in each. + 40% time, and muscles and nerves.
  • A weapon can have mental scores. Start off at 1, and increase one score by 1 for each iteration of this. Each point costs + 10% time, and 18 is the limit. You also need a lot of brains to go into the liquid viscera. These weapons have egos just like convention sentient magic weapons do.
  • A weapon may have its own sense organs, although it needs mental scores to really work them. Its ranks in a sense skill is half of its score in the relevant ability. + 10% per skill (Spot, Listen, Search).
  • A weapon may have some way to communicate, either vocally or telepathically. +10% for vocal communication and +20% for telepathic. You need either a jaw and some vocal cords or the brain of a telepathic creature. Non-sentient telepathic weapons obey their wielder’s will completely, and will use any of their abilities as an extension of the wielder.
  • A weapon may have a spell-like ability, which it can either get from its creator or through having an appropriately-enchanted item placed in it at creation. At its first iteration, it gets the abilities once per day. Second iteration gives it the ability 3/day. Third iteration gives it the ability at-will. +50% for each iteration of each spell.
  • The weapon gets a ranged touch attack with a range of 30 feet. This touch attack may inflict temporary ailments such as nausea, blindness, paralysis, sleep, pain (treat like a Symbol of Pain effect on one person), pretty much anything along those lines. It lasts for 2d4 rounds.

19: Your children, they are powerful.

  • A sentient flexible weapon may make its own attacks, including BAB, at a BAB equal to the creator’s ranks in Craft – 3. + 50% time
  • All of the + 4 or + 9 abilities have their caps doubled.
  • A weapon’s natural attack does damage as if it were one size larger. + 20%, can be taken taken twice.

Local Color [Skill]
You get friendly with the locals everywhere you go.
Knowledge (Local)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Local) checks. Knowledge (Local) is always a class skill for you. Additionally, you are considered to have local knowledge for any area you have been in for any length of time. When you arrive in a new land, your ranks in Knowledge (Local) “catch up” at the rate of one per day as long as you are able to spend at least one hour per day listening to gossip.
4: Your understanding of local economy generally allows you to barter all goods for their full price, as if they were trade goods. However, there are still some items that absolutely no one in a region will want.
9: Your local contacts help you find services you need. You can get a local caster (if one exists) to cast a core cleric, druid, sorcerer, or wizard spell for you, but this takes one hour per caster level (plus the casting time of the spell), you must pay any component or XP costs, the caster level must be at least 5 less than your ranks in Knowledge (Local), and the spell must not entail any significant risk to the caster. At your DM’s option, more exotic spells or services may be available.
14: With one day and a DC 30 Knowledge (Local) check in an appropriate milieu, you can make contacts with access to wishes or similar abilities and obtain the effects of one wish each day thereafter (while in that area), as long as the wish carries no XP cost and isn’t likely to attract the wrath anything with a CR greater than your level – 5. No, you can’t use this wish on the spur of the moment while out adventuring.
19: With one day and a DC 35 Knowledge (Local) check in a suitable milieu, you can convert planar currency into any other type of planar currency (your choice). For every 5 full points by which you exceed the DC, the time required is reduced by one step from one day to 4 hours to 2 hours to 1 hour to 30 minutes to 15 minutes.

Lord of Death [Leadership] [Necromantic] [Skill]
A whole bunch of skeletons and crap show up to fight under your tattered banner.
Knowledge (Religion) ranks:
0: You have a Command Rating equal to your ranks in Knowledge (Religion divided by five (round up).
You are a Necromantic leader (see Heroes of Battle).
4: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your ranks in Knowledge Religion plus your Wisdom modifier. Your followers are all mindless Undead. You don’t make them or anything, they just show up.
9: You are able to delegate command to a loyal cohort. Your cohort is an intelligent and loyal Undead creature with a CR at least 2 less than your character level. Cohorts gain levels when you do.
14: Your followers swell in number to that of an army.
19: Your allies gain energy resistance to Positive Energy equal to your level while they are within line of sight of you.

Magical Aptitude [Skill]
You’re crazy good at manipulating magic.
Spellcraft ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus on Spellcraft checks.
4: When counterspelling, you may use a spell of the same school that is one or more spell levels higher than the target spell.
9: You can dismiss a spell as a free action. You can redirect a spell as a move action, if it normally requires a standard action, or a swift action, if it normally takes a move action. You gain a +3 bonus on dispel checks.
14: You can counter a spell as an immediate action.
19: You automatically know which spells or magic effects are active on upon any individual object you see, as if you had greater arcane sight active on yourself.

Many-Faced [Skill]
You change identities so often even you don’t remember what you look like anymore.
Disguise ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Disguise checks.
4: When creating a disguise, you roll twice and take the better result.
9: You can use Nystul’s magic aura as a spell-like ability at will, with a caster level equal to your character level and a save DC of 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier.
14: You can create a disguise as a full-round action, but you take a – 10 penalty to your Disguise check. You can’t be under direct observation while doing this, but you can use Bluff to create a diversion to allow you to change guises, as for the Hide skill.
19: You can choose an appearance that anyone viewing you with scrying or other divination magic sees instead of your “real” appearance. Even someone who benefits from true seeing must succeed on a caster level check (DC 11 + your ranks in Disguise) to penetrate the illusion.

Master of Terror [Leadership] [Skill]
You scare people so bad they follow you around hoping you won’t hurt them.
Intimidate ranks:
0: Whenever you use Intimidate in combat, it affects everyone within 30 feet of you.
4: You gain followers. Your leadership score is equal to your ranks in Intimidate plus your Charisma modifier.
9: You gain a cohort who enjoys frightening your underlings almost as much as you do. A cohort is an intelligent and loyal creature with a CR at least 2 less than your character level. Cohorts gain levels when you do.
14: You gain the frightful presence ability. When you speak or attack, enemies within 30 feet of you must succeed on a Will save (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier) or become shaken for 5d6 rounds. An opponent that succeeds on its saving throw is immune to your frightful presence for 24 hours.
19: Your opponents take a – 2 morale penalty to saving throws if they can see you and you are within medium range (based on your character level).

Monster Rancher [Skill] [Leadership]
You can breed and train a large number of crazy beasts.
Handle Animal ranks:
0: You can use Handle Animal as if it were Diplomacy when dealing with Magical Beasts and Dragons. You can do similarly with Aberrations and Plants with an Intelligence Score that is less than 9.
4: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your ranks in Handle Animal plus any synergy bonuses you gt to that skill. Your followers can, and must be monsters.
9: You have a loyal cohort that is a monster of some kind. A cohort is an intelligent and loyal creature with a CR at least 2 less than your character level.
Cohorts gain levels when you do.
14: You know what any monster is unless it is disguised by illusion, and you can look up its stat line in the appropriate monster book when devising your strategies.
19: Once per day, you can reroll a saving throw allowed by a Supernatural Ability.

Mounted Combat [Skill]
You are at your best when fighting with an ally that you are sitting on.
Ride Ranks:
0: Once per turn, you may attempt to negate an attack that hits your mount by making a Ride skill check with a DC equal to the AC that the attack hit. Attacks that do not require an attack roll cannot be negated in this way.
4: While Mounted, you may take a charge attack at any point along your mount’s movement, so long as your mount is moving in a straight line up to the point of your attack.
9: You suffer no penalty to your ride or handle animal skill checks when training or riding unusual mounts such as magical beasts or dragons.
14: You may use your Ride Check in place of your mount’s Balance, Jump, Climb, or Reflex Saving Throws.
19: Any time a spell effect would target your mount, you may elect to have it target you instead. Any time a spell effect would target you, you may elect to have it affect your Mount instead.

Mystic [Skill]
The workings of magic are no secret to you.
Knowledge (Arcana)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Arcana) checks. Knowledge (Arcana) is always a class skill for you.
4: With a DC 20 Knowledge (Arcana) check, you can cast detect magic as a spell-like ability. You may substitute your Knowledge (Arcana) check for the Spellcraft check to identify a school of magic based on its aura.
9: You gain spell resistance equal to 5 + your ranks in Knowledge (Arcana).
14: With a DC 30 Knowledge (Arcana) check, you can cast dispel magic as a spell-like ability.
19: Any weapon, armor, or shield you use is considered magical, and benefits from a + 5 enhancement bonus at all times (unless they already have a better enhancement bonus).

Natural Empath [Skill]
You read people like books.
Sense Motive ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Sense Motive checks.
4: You can quickly size up potential opponents. If you succeed on a Sense Motive check as a free action, opposed by their Bluff, you can tell if they’re an even match (their CR equals your character level), an easy challenge (their CR is 1-3 less than your level), irrelevant (their CR is 4 or more less than your level), stronger (their CR is 1-3 higher than your level), or overwhelmingly powerful (their CR is 4 or more higher than your level). You can use this ability once on a particular creature every 24 hours.
9: If you succeed on a Sense Motive check, opposed by Bluff, you know your opponent’s alignment. If you beat their Bluff by 20 or more, you can read their surface thoughts, as if during the third round of detect thoughts.
14: You have an uncanny intuition for when people are interested in you. Any time someone uses a remote spell or effect, like scrying, to examine you, you know you’re under observation and if you make a Sense Motive check that beats their Bluff check, you know some details about them: if you’ve met them before, you recognize them, but if not, you get a basic idea of their reasons for their interest in you. Similarly, if you use Sense Motive on someone influenced by an enchantment effect, you can find out who created the effect with a Sense Motive check opposed by the controller’s Bluff, getting the same information.
19: You know what people are going to do before they do. Any time someone you’re aware of attacks you, make a Sense Motive check opposed by their Bluff: if you succeed, you get a free surprise round.

Persuasive [Skill]
When you tell you people something that contradicts the evidence of their own eyes, they believe you.
Diplomacy ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Diplomacy checks.
4: Your words can stop fights before they start. Any creature that can hear you speak must make a Will save (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier) or it can’t attack you directly; however, you aren’t protected from its area or effect spells, or similar abilities. Any creature that succeeds on its save is immune to this ability for 24 hours. You
may use nonattack spells or otherwise act, but if you attack the creature or its allies, it may attack you. This is a mind-affecting, language-dependent charm effect.
9: You can fascinate creatures with your silver tongue. You can affect as many HD of creatures as your bonus on Diplomacy checks; any creature that fails a Will save (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier) becomes fascinated. If you use this ability in combat, each target gains a + 2 bonus on its saving throw. If the spell affects only a single creature not in combat at the time, the saving throw has a penalty of -2. While a subject is fascinated by this spell, it reacts as though it were two steps more friendly in attitude, allowing you to make a single request of an affected creature. The request must be brief and reasonable. Even after the spell ends, the creature retains its new attitude toward you, but
only with respect to that particular request. A creature that fails its saving throw does not remember that you enspelled it.
14: You can influence even hostile creatures into talking things over with you. With a DC 30 Diplomacy check, you can use a language-dependent version of charm monster as a spell-like ability, with save DC equal to 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier; this is a mind-affecting charm effect.
19: You can convince an entire group of enemies to listen to you. If you succeed on a DC 40 Diplomacy check, your charm monster ability improves to mass charm monster, with a caster level equal to your bonus on Diplomacy checks.

Professional Luddite [Skill]
You’ve learned to break machines because you’re an antitechnology fanatic …or maybe you just work for the local protection racket.
Disable Device ranks:
0: You can use Disable Device on magic traps like a character with trapfinding. If you already have that ability, you gain + 3 to your Disable Device checks.
Disable Device is always a class skill for you.
4: You can use your Dexterity modifier instead of your Intelligence modifier for Disable Device checks.
Darkness and blindness do not hinder your ability to disable devices.
9: You can reduce the amount of time required to disable a device. For each multiple of 10 you beat the required DC, you can decrease the time required from 2d4 rounds to 1d4 rounds to 1 round to a standard action to a move-equivalent action to a free action.
14: You can use Disable Device to end any persistent effect or area spell effect as if it was a magic trap, but the DC is 25 + twice the spell’s level.
19: As an attack action, you can disable magic items. You must succeed on a melee touch attack roll for attended objects. Make a Disable Device check against a DC of 15 + the item’s caster level: if your check succeeds, the item must make a Will save against a DC of 10 + 1/2 your character level or be turned into a normal item, and even if it saves, its magical properties are suppressed for 1d4 rounds.

Profound Presence [Skill]
Just being near you is a religious experience.
Knowledge (Religion)
0: You gain a + 1 bonus on all charisma-based skill checks.
4: Adjacent allies gain a + 1 morale bonus to attack and damage (you do not).
9: As a swift action, you may emit a searing aura that inflicts 2d6 light damage against all creatures within 10 feet of you (except yourself).
14: Once per round as a free action, you may designate a target within 60 feet. If the targeted creature meets your gaze within the next round, it must make a Will save (DC 8 + CHA + half your ranks in Knowledge (Religion)) or be dazed for one round.
19: You gain heal 1/day as a quickened spell-like ability.

Regal [Skill]
Your studied grace gives you a regal demeanor.
Knowledge (Nobility)
Benefits: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Nobility) checks. Knowledge (Nobility) is always a class skill for you.
4: You seem above common conflict. You are protected by a constant sanctuary effect (save DC 8 + INT + half your ranks in Knowledge: Nobility). If this effect is ended for any reason (such as when you attack), you may renew it with a five-minute ritual.
9: Others obey you instinctively. With a DC 20 Knowledge (Nobility) check, you may cast command as a spell-like ability.
14: You never flinch. You are immune to fear effects.
19: With a DC 35 Knowledge (Nobility) check, you may cast greater command as a spell-like ability.

Scholar [Skill]
Knowledge is power.
Your Highest Knowledge skill
Benefits: If your knowledge check to identify an opponent gives a result of at least 15 + the foe’s CR, you have The Edge against that opponent until its CR increases.
4: You may take 10 on knowledge skill checks.
9: You are adept at identifying monsters’ weaknesses. With a swift action and an appropriate knowledge check (DC 15 + creature’s CR), for 5 rounds, you gain either a +2 insight bonus to attack and damage against a creature or a + 2 insight bonus to the save DC of any save you force it to make (your choice which). You may not take 10 on this check.
14: When you make a successful knowledge check using the 9 rank ability of this feat, your attacks also ignore the target creature’s DR and hardness for 5 rounds.
19: All your attacks have a doubled critical threat range.

Sharp-Eyed [Skill]
Nothing escapes you.
Spot ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to Spot checks.
4: You can make a Spot check once a round as a free action. You don’t take penalties for distractions on your Spot checks.
9: As a move action, you can make a Spot check against a DC of an opponent’s Armor Class: if you succeed, you can ignore their Armor and Natural Armor bonus to AC for the next attack you make against them. If you accept a -20 penalty to your check, you can attempt this check as a swift action. Divide any distance penalties you take on Spot checks by two.
14: If you beat an opponent’s Hide check with a Spot check at a -10 penalty, you can ignore concealment. If you beat their Hide check at a -30 penalty, you can ignore total concealment.
19: You can see through solid objects, but you take a -20 penalty on your Spot check for each 5’. Divide any distance penalties you take on Spot checks by five.

Slippery Contortionist [Skill]
Your childhood nickname was “Greasy the Pig,” but now people call you “The Great Hamster.”
Escape Artist ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Escape Artist checks.
4: While squeezing into a space at least half as wide as your normal space, you may move your normal speed and you take no penalty to your attack rolls or AC for squeezing.
9: You can squeeze through a tight space or an extremely tight space as a full-round action, but you take a -10 penalty to your Escape Artist check. Opponents grappling you don’t get positive size modifiers added to their grapple bonus when you use Escape Artist to try to break their hold.
14: If you succeed on a DC 30 Escape Artist check, you can ignore magical effects that impede movement as if you were under the effects of freedom of movement for one round; this is not an action. You can also slip through a wall of force or similar barrier with a DC 40 check.
19: You can make an Escape Artist check instead of a saving throw for any effect that would keep you from taking actions. (This does not help against effects that don’t allow a saving throw.)

Steady Stance [Skill]
You can fight just about anywhere.
Balance ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Balance checks.
4: If an effect would knock you prone, if you succeed on a DC 20 Balance check, you remain standing.
9: If your opponent is balancing, you gain a + 3 dodge bonus to AC against their attacks unless they succeed at beating you in an opposed Balance check.
14: All Balance DCs are halved for you.
19: You never suffer any impairment or damage from anything you’re standing on, whether it’s molten lava, a cloud, or even another creature. Ambient conditions, such as lighting or weather, can still impair you.

Stealthy [Skill]
If someone sees you, you have to kill them.
Hide ranks:
0: You gain a + 3 bonus to your Hide checks.
4: You can Hide as a free action after attacking, and snipe with melee attacks (or ranged attacks from closer than 10’).
9: A constant nondetection effect protects you and your equipment, with an effective caster level equal to your ranks in Hide.
14: You can attempt to Hide even when under direct observation, but you take the usual -20 penalty to your check.
19: Even opponents who can see you have trouble locating you. If they succeed at beating your Hide check with Spot (and thus can see you), they have a 50% concealment miss chance when attacking you, which decreases by 5% for each point they beat your Hide DC.

Swim Like a Fish [Skill]
You’re at least as home in the water as you are on land.
Swim ranks:
0: You gain + 3 to your Swim checks.
4: You gain a swim speed equal to your base land speed, with the attendant benefits. You don’t take armor check penalties to your Swim checks.
9: You can breathe water, and you can attack through water as if under the effects of freedom of movement.
14: While under water, you can substitute Swim checks for Reflex saves, and you gain a + 4 bonus to attack and damage rolls.
19: As a swift action, you can add your ranks in Swim as a dodge bonus to your Armor Class while under water.

Track [Skill]
You feel at home no matter where you are.
Survival ranks:
0: You can follow tracks using Survival, as the Track and Legendary Tracker feats.
4: You can identify the race/kind of creatures from their tracks.
9: You can move through or over difficult natural terrain without being slowed, taking nonlethal damage, or suffering other impairment. You take no penalties for moving your speed when tracking, and only -10 when moving double your speed. You can track subjects protected by pass without trace or similar spells at a -20 penalty.
14: You can track through the Astral Plane with a DC 35 Survival check. You can determine the destination of a teleportation spell when standing at the point of departure with a DC 40 Survival check; if you have teleport or a similar spell, you can follow as if you had seen the destination once.
19: You’re immune to natural planar effects as if you had planar tolerance always active.

Tyrant [Skill] [Leadership]
You push people around and get larger and larger
groups trapped in the iron gauntlet of your brutal rule.
Intimidate ranks:
0: You inspire such terror that creatures you intimidate continue to act intimidated after you leave, too afraid to raise their voice in defiance even after you have apparently left them far behind.
4: You can muster a group of followers. Your leadership score is your ranks in Intimidate plus your Strength modifier.
9: Your followers swell in number to that of an army.
14: Your mere presence inspires fear and can break a battle. Enemies with more than 5 hit dice less than you do must make a Will save (DC 10 + Level + Strength Modifier) or flee in panic. This is a [Fear] effect.
19: Your presence causes despair in even brave opponents. All enemies within 30’ of your suffer a – 2 Morale penalty to Willpower saves.

Undead Hunter [Skill]
You kill things that are already dead.
Knowledge (Religion)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Religion) checks. Knowledge (Religion) is always a class skill for you.
4: As a swift action, you may emit a flash that inflicts light damage equal to half your ranks in Knowledge (Religion) against undead and creatures specifically vulnerable to light within 10’ (undead that are also specifically vulnerable to light, such as vampires, take double damage).
9: Your attacks can score critical hits against undead, and they are not immune to your sneak attacks. If you target an undead creature with an effect that it would be immune to due to the involvement of a Fortitude save, it merely receives a + 5 bonus to the save instead. None of these effects apply to undead with a CR greater than your ranks in Knowledge (Religion).
14: You may substitute your Knowledge (Religion) check for Bluff, Hide, or Move Silently checks made against undead.
19: Any undead that you kill are permanently destroyed and cannot regenerate or be reanimated by any means short of DM fiat.

World Traveler [Skill]
The entire world is your home.
Knowledge (Geography)
0: You receive a + 3 bonus on Knowledge (Geography) checks. Knowledge (Geography) is always a class skill for you.
4: You and your traveling companions constantly benefit from an endure elements effect.
9: You receive a + 10’ competence bonus to your land speed.
14: Anyone attempting to use Survival to track you must beat you in an opposed check against your Knowledge (Geography).
19: With a DC 40 Knowledge (Geography) check, you can cast greater teleport as a spell-like ability.

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