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Another option is getting the Drow to take the Reactive Resistance feat from Drow of the Underdark. This would allow them to lower their spell resistance as an immediate action rather than a standard action. Whether this is worth it or not depends on how many friendly spells are getting thrown around in combat.


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They don't need to be anthropomorphic. There's no minimum attribute requirement for any class in Pathfinder, nor any prerequisite for thumbs. Levelling in this case should be handled however your DM normally handles NPC levelling, which varies widely from group to group. In some games only people who are human enough can take class levels, and in these ...


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Animal companions advance only as animal companions; NPCs (including former animal companions that are permanently anthropomorphic) gain levels only by GM decree A druid's animal companion advances only as an animal companion. An animal companion that's the target of the spell anthropomorphic animal advances as an animal companion. (The spell doesn't change ...


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Timeless Body is what Wizards of the Coast has called a "Ribbon", i.e. a neat ability with mostly story, rather than mechanical, applications. Another ribbon ability is the rogue's Thieves' Cant, though that has more obvious benefits to the campaign at large. See the sidebar in the Waterborne Adventures UA article here for a full explanation. I can't think ...


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Wolves and dire wolves are separate creatures Dire animals are born as such; you might be able to breed dire animals from their non-dire counterparts, carefully selecting the desired traits generation after generation, but no individual is ever going to make the transition, whether it is an animal companion or not. Oddly enough, druids are pretty free to ...



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