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Skills represent your character's ability to accomplish tasks not (directly) related to murdering living, breathing things with extreme prejudice (but, for example, convincing them to do the same to one another). Skills listed here are Consolidated Skills, where core Pathfinder skills are aggregated into skill groups, to increase the utility and flexibility.

The amount of skills a character gets per level is based on the class and then gains 1/2 of the Intelligence modifier. For example, an int of 12 (a +1 bonus) would grant 1 skill rank at 1st and 3rd level but not 2nd or 4th level and so on. an int of 14(a +2 bonus) however would grant 1 skill rank every level.

Each class has a number of favored skills, called class skills. It is easier for your character to become more proficient in these skills, as they represent part of his professional training and constant practice. You gain a +3 bonus on all class skills that you put ranks into. If you have more than one class and both grant you a class skill bonus, these bonuses do not stack."

Skills[edit | edit source]

Name Effect Categories
Athletics (Str) Climbing, swimming, overcoming obstacles

with brute strength.

Mobility (Dex) Acrobatics and movement
Stealth (Dex) Hiding from people, camp camouflage
Trickery (Dex) Stealing, breaking traps, and performing

card tricks.

Knowledge: Arcana (Int) Information about magic
Knowledge: World (Int) Information about the world, cooking
Lore: Nature (Wis) Knowledge of nature, also includes

surviving in the wild, hunting, and basic healing.

Lore: Religion (Wis) Knowledge about the deities.
Perception (Wis) Taking notice of details, keeping watch at the camp
Persuasion (Cha) Socially manipulating others
Use Magic Device (Cha) Making a magical device work whether it

wants to or not.

Skill Points and BAB per Level[edit | edit source]

Class #/level BAB
Alchemist 3 3 per 4 levels
Barbarian 3 1 per level
Bard 4 3 per 4 levels
Cleric 2 3 per 4 levels
Druid 3 3 per 4 levels
Fighter 2 1 per level
Inquisitor 4 3 per 4 levels
Magus 2 3 per 4 levels
Monk 3 1 per level
Paladin 2 1 per level
Ranger 3 1 per level
Rogue 5 3 per 4 levels
Slayer 3 1 per level
Sorcerer 2 1 per 2 levels
Wizard 2 1 per 2 levels