Can a creature spend gp on training to acquire more feats?
For example, a typical level 1 human has 2 feats. Is there any way he can pay for extra training to get another feat? What's the going rate for learning a new feat?
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But there are certain types of feats that can be obtained that would increase your max feats, like story and achievements feats, which some GMs allow their players to take as bonus feats at first level to better suit a character into the campaign.
The magic schools from Inner Sea Magic and combat schools from Inner Sea Combat can grant you (free) extra feats for those who are members of certain organizations, like Extra Ki to members of the Houses of Perfection, and members of a monastery dedicated to Cayden Cailean could gain Toughness as a bonus feat after going through the Gauntlet of Inebriation.
Keep in mind that those rules presented on both books are optional, and though some of them can be seen in adventure paths (official campaigns) or some pathfinder society scenarios, GM discretion is required to use them.
See also the faction journal cards, sometimes they offer bonus feats on specific seasons.
Feats granted by mythic tiers are in addition to those gained by your character levels, as such, they are also additional bonus feats if mythic rules are being used on your table.
Yes, but not the way you are thinking. You can spend gp to purchase items that grant you feats, including slotless items, but training does not allow one access to feats in the same way that practice and experience with a thing have no impact on one's ability to do that thing. Specifically, you can gain: