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The question is a bit broad and rather subjective, but I think it's a good one, nonetheless. There are as many answers as shamans, though: it depends on the person and their circumstances as much as on their totem. Here, let me present a few examples I'd consider stereotypical (though YMMV, wildly, of course.) First of all, imo, practically any shaman can ...


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Full mages and shamans are about half as common as doctors, and can do impressive things if they can even master a few spells. They will usually be fairly well off as a result: if you can cast healing spells all day, you should be able to make plenty of money, but there are plenty of alternatives. If you can cast combat spells, you should be able to make ...


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The Shaman's tactic is fine. Most of the shaman powers are ranged or have the spirit keyword. This means the shaman can stay away from the front lines and stand in a slightly safer position, where the only way to harm him is using ranged attacks or bypassing the defender. It's actually a good thing for the group if the shaman stays back and tries to get ...


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Well, they converted some of the oracle mysteries over to shaman spirits, but not all. You therefore have a couple choices. Convert it over yourself, and get your GM's permission. Wait for the inevitable third party book that converts it over. Reskin one of the other mysteries. "Shield of flying bones = shield of flying spirits." "Wracking pain in the ...


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Don't forget that some characters don't really recognize their true calling early on, or their own magical natures until later in life. It could be that Eagle has been sitting quietly, patiently guiding Sally into a career that Eagle thinks is best for her, but Sally has no clue about it and is just pulling 9-5 as a secretary in the security office because ...



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