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In addition to Craztjk's suggestion, the Mastermind Rogue is also able to compare their own class levels to another creature's: Starting at 9th level, if you spend at least 1 minute observing or interacting with another creature outside combat, you can learn certain information about its capabilities compared to your own. The DM tells you if the creature is ...


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When the rules for the Hunter's animal companion say If a character receives an animal companion from more than one source, her effective druid levels stack for the purposes of determining the companion’s statistics and abilities. they mean that instead of getting a second animal companion, your levels stack to determine the abilities of your first animal ...


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What you describe No. The Beast Speaker feat does not add a second animal companion. It extends the list that you can choose to include certain Magical Beast. Specifically, Benefit: You can select a creature from the list of magical beasts to serve as your animal companion. Not as another animal companion, or as a Cohort (which also doesn't do what you ...


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Bard is the obvious choice, and it’s a good one. Inspire courage is good at 1st. Inspirational boost (swift action to add +1 to inspire courage, 1st-level bard spell, Spell Compendium) is available from 2nd level, as is cure light wounds, which is good enough for healing. Even at 1st, a bard can also zap wand of cure light wounds, which is really the best ...


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Additional details for casting Avatar for different deities other than the core deities in the CRB are found in Lost Omens: Gods and Magic. However, I don't believe either Ng or Gundinnar are listed in that level of detail. Neither receives the same treatment that core deities do (a full page-spread), but both have a listing in the appendix that provides ...


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