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Distracting Flattery ReactionFeat 4


ArchetypeSkill
Source Pathfinder Advanced Player's Guide
Prerequisites Dandy Dedication, expert in Deception

Trigger You observe a target's attitude toward yourself or your allies decrease as a result of an ally's behavior.


You know how to maintain a good impression and manage your image, even while keeping uncouth company.

Make a Deception check against the target's Will DC. Regardless of your result, the target is temporarily immune to your Distracting Flattery for 10 minutes.


Success The target's attitude doesn't decrease as a result of

your ally's social blunder.

Failure The target's attitude decreases, as normal.

Critical Failure Your attempt makes matters worse, decreasing the target's attitude toward you by one step, in addition to any

changes from the behavior that triggered this reaction.


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