Feat Discussion: Racial Paragon (more human than human)

Posted in pathfinder, rpg by trashcondor on 25 March 2011

After the tremendous emotional rollercoaster that was J’s RPG Superstar campaign (I’m so excited for you J! You did all of tenletter proud!) it’s time to kick-start with awesome new content. Now, it won’t be long for the next National Cleavage Day to come along (about 3 weeks); but to tide us over til then it is time for another feat. Enjoy, consume, comment :)

Paragon of Race [General]

You are uncommonly in-tune with the heartbeat of your species – more than the usual traits typical to your race manifest in you.
Prerequisites: Cha 13, must be taken at 1st level.
Benefit: You may add a racial trait from your races list of traits without substituting it for an existing racial trait. For example, a human character with the skilled racial trait can chose to additionally gain the heart of the wilderness racial trait.

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  1. Endraca said, on 25 March 2011 at 8:04 pm

    If I understand this correctly then, you can with this feat have an original trait and one from the APG, but not two from the APG? Can this feat be taken twice (as a human at 1st level)?

    Was for a second thinking a gnome can have the “Gift of Tongues” and be a “Magical Linguist” :P

    I like it, as some of the original traits are so hard to give up, but the new ones are tasty too. Giving a feat to have both seems fair to me.

  2. trashcondor said, on 25 March 2011 at 8:25 pm

    You could have two things from the APG, and still take this feat, no worries there – and yes – humans could take this twice. Other races tend to have more difficulty with that – you’d have to have an additional source of level 1 (general) feats.

  3. seaofstarsrpg said, on 26 March 2011 at 11:29 pm

    An entirely fun feat. Nifty.

  4. jatori said, on 27 March 2011 at 9:00 pm

    Since many racial traits provide feats or are at least the equivalent of a feat, I think this feat is appropriately sexy. I like how it allows for more localised sub-cultures of a specific species.

  5. avianfoo said, on 6 April 2011 at 10:20 am

    I was trying to think of a way that this is under/overpowered. Thumbs up.

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