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Archetypes

There are an infinite number of possible character concepts, but you might find that the class feats and skill choices aren’t sufficient to fully realize your character. Archetypes allow you to expand the scope of your character’s class. Applying an archetype requires you to spend your class feats on archetype feats instead of class feats. Start by finding the archetype that best fits your character concept, and select the archetype’s dedication feat using one of your class feat choices. Once you have the dedication feat, you can select any feat from that archetype in place of a class feat as long as you meet its prerequisites. Each archetype’s dedication feat represents a certain portion of your character’s focus, so once you select an archetype dedication feat, you can’t gain another until you have satisfied the dedication feat’s requirements, which you typically do by gaining a certain number of feats from the archetype’s list. You cannot retrain a dedication feat as long as you have any other feats from that archetype. = REWRITE

MULTICLASS ARCHETYPES
Archetypes with the multiclass trait represent diversifying your training into another class’s specialties. You can’t select a multiclass archetype’s dedication feat if you are a member of the class of the same name (for instance, a fighter can’t select the Fighter Dedication feat). = REWRITE

PRESTIGE ARCHETYPES
Archetypes with the prestige trait represent the pinnacle of power and ability in a narrow field of expertise. These frequently have extensive prerequisites and are distinguished by the prestige trait. You can never have more than one prestige archetype dedication feat. Prestige archetypes typically require an event to have happened in the story before you can access them. = REWRITE


Athlete

Abc

Archaic Weapon Master

Abc

Blood Brother

Abc

Child of Light

Abc

Druid

Abc

Heavy

Abc

Hunter

You stalk and take down animals and other creatures of the wild. Skinning animals, harvesting their flesh, and cooking them were also part of your training, all of which can give you useful resources while you adventure.

Investigator

Abc

Medic

Abc

Officer

Abc

Prize Fighter

The bloody games of the ring taught you the art of combat. You fought to attain a name for yourself. Your skill at drawing both blood and a crowd’s attention also pay off outside the ring.

Sniper

Abc

Soldier of Fortune

Abc

Way of Tao

Abc

Witch

Abc


Agent (prestige)

Abc

Alpha Sancta (prestige)

Abc

Bolshev (prestige)

Abc

Dumass (prestige)

Abc

Fey Court (prestige)

Abc

Hakito (prestige)

Abc

Military Active (prestige)

Abc

Priory (prestige)

Abc

Yakuza (prestige)

Abc