Hunter of the Stag

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The Hunters of the Stag are mortals in the service of Horjin, the tiger-god of the hunt. They specialize in archery, though they have are seen as vicious warriors in combat, protectors of the arts, and masters of the wilderness.

Abilities: Many of the Hunter's abilities rely on Wisdom and Charisma, though being a martial character essentially requires one to have high physical statistics as well.

Races: Most Hunters of the Stag are humans, though almost every race is represented.

Alignments: Hunters of the Stag must be of some good alignment.

Hit Die: d8

Contents

Prerequisites

A Hunter of the Stag must meet all of the following requirements:

Feats: Rapid Shot, Track

Skills: Survival 8 ranks, Hide 8 ranks, Move Silently 8 ranks, Craft (Any) 5 ranks, Knowledge (Nature) 5 ranks

Special: Must worship Horjin

Class Features

Level BAB Fort Ref Will Special Mantles
1st +0 +2 +2 +0 Sacred Hunt, Weapon of Choice, Strafe (+1d6/+0, 1 Shot) 1
2nd +1 +3 +3 +0 Hunter's Eye 2
3rd +2 +3 +3 +1 Uncanny Dodge 2
4th +3 +4 +4 +1 Strafe (+2d6/+1, 2 Shots) 2
5th +3 +4 +4 +1 Hide in Plain Sight 3
6th +4 +5 +5 +2 Evasion 3
7th +5 +5 +5 +2 Strafe (+3d6/+2, 3 Shots) 3
8th +6 +6 +6 +2 Improved Uncanny Dodge 4
9th +6 +6 +6 +3 Improved Evasion 4
10th +7 +7 +7 +3 Strafe (+4d6/+3, 4 Shots) 4

Class Skills (6 + Int Modifier): Climb, Craft, Escape Artist, Gather Information, Handle Animal, Heal, Hide, Jump, Knowledge (Nature), Listen, Move Silently, Profession, Ride, Sense Motive, Spot, Survival, Swim

Proficiencies: Hunters of the Stag are proficient with all martial bows. They do not gain any other proficiencies.

Mantles (Su): A Hunter of the Stag, due to their service to Horjin, is granted a modicum of power from his god. As such, he gains a few mantles over the course of his career as a Hunter of the Stag. These mantles are chosen from the list of Good mantles, or are selected from the Hunter list below.

Sacred Hunt: Hunters of the Stag all have a quest given to them by Horjin. Sometimes this quest doesn't make sense to the Hunter, but they are expected to follow it anyway. The DM should choose a Sacred Hunt for the Hunter at character creation and tell the player what it is (but not necessarily understandably: gods communicate cryptically). Treat this as a geas/quest spell that is permanent and cannot be dispelled.

Weapon of Choice: A Hunter's chosen weapon is a killing machine in his hands. At first level, a Hunter of the Stag selects one weapon with which he is proficient. He gains the Weapon Focus and Weapon Specialization feats as bonus feats for that weapon.

Strafe (Ex): A Hunter of the Stag learns how to move while attacking. Starting at 1st level, a Hunter of the Stag can make ranged attacks while moving. He can move both before and after an attack, provided that his total distance moved is not greater than his speed. During a strafe, he is allowed a single shot, as if he were making a standard attack action (not a full-attack).

While strafing, the Hunter of the Stag deals an extra 1d6 points of damage. This is untyped precision damage, similar to that gained by a rogue's sneak attack. Creatures immune to critical hits or without a discernible anatomy (such as an ooze) are immune to the extra damage from a strafe. This damage increases by 1d6 every three levels, to 2d6 at 4th, 3d6 at 7th, and 4d6 at 10th. He also gains a bonus on attack rolls made during a strafe: +1 at 4th, +2 at 7th, and +3 at 10th.

At 4th level, and every three levels after (7th and 10th), the Hunter of the Stag gains the ability to make extras shots while moving. He must move at least 5' between each shot. Each shot deals extra damage and uses its own attack rolls. The second shot is made at the Hunter of the Stag's base attack bonus -5, the third at -10, and the fourth at -15--as if they were iterative attacks made in a full-attack. He may receive more attacks from this ability than his base attack bonus would normally allow.

Hunter's Eye (Ex): A Hunter can use precision-based damage at a range of up to 60' instead of the normal 30'.

Uncanny Dodge (Ex): Starting at 3rd level, a Hunter can react to danger before his senses would normally allow her to do so. He retains his Dexterity bonus to AC (if any) even if he is caught flat-footed or struck by an invisible attacker. However, he still loses his Dexterity bonus to AC if immobilized.

If a Hunter already has uncanny dodge from a different class, he automatically gains improved uncanny dodge instead.

Hide in Plain Sight (Ex): While in any sort of natural terrain, a Hunter of at least 5th level can use the Hide skill even while being observed.

Evasion (Ex): At 6yh level and higher, a Hunter can avoid even magical and unusual attacks with great agility. If he makes a successful Reflex saving throw against an attack that normally deals half damage on a successful save, he instead takes no damage. Evasion can be used only if the Hunter is wearing light armor or no armor. A helpless Hunter does not gain the benefit of evasion.

Improved Uncanny Dodge (Ex): A Hunter of 8th level or higher can no longer be flanked. This defense denies rogues the ability to Sneak Attack the character by flanking him, unless the attacker has at least four more rogue levels than the target has Hunter levels.

If a character already has uncanny dodge from a second class, the character automatically gains improved uncanny dodge instead, and the levels from the classes that grant uncanny dodge stack to determine the minimum rogue level required to flank the character.

Improved Evasion (Ex): This ability works like evasion, except that while the Hunter still takes no damage on a successful Reflex saving throw against attacks, henceforth he takes only half damage on a failed save. A helpless Hunter does not gain the benefit of improved evasion.

Hunter Mantles

Ant

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Ape

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ape as his totem companion and views the ape as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

The mantled character gains a climb speed equal to one-half his base land speed. He also gains an enhancement bonus to his natural armor equal to one-fifth his Facet Level (rounded down).

When the mantled character has four Facet Levels, he gains the Scent ability.

When the mantled character has eight Facet Levels, he gains two claw attacks. These deal 1d6 slashing damage (1d4 for a small creature, 1d8 for a large one) plus strength bonus.

At twelve Facet Levels, he gains the rend ability with these claws, If he hits with both of them in one attack, he automatically deals an extra 2d6 slashing damage plus two times his strength bonus.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Baboon

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Badger

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Barracuda

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Bat

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Bear

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Bee

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Beetle

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Bison

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Boar

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Camel

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Cat

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Centipede

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Cheetah

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Crocodile

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Dog

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Donkey

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Eagle

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Eel

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Elephant

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Elk

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Fox

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Hawk

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Hippopotamus

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Horse

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Hyena

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Jackal

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Leopard

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Lion

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Lizard

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Manta Ray

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Monkey

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Mule

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Octopus

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Otter

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Owl

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Penguin

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Pony

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Porpoise

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Praying Mantis

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Puma

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Rat

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Raven

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Rhinoceros

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Scorpion

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Sea Lion

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Seal

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Shark

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Snake

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Spider

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Squid

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Stingray

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Tiger

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Toad

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Tortoise

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Vulture

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Walrus

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Wasp

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Weasel

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Whale

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Wolf

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

Wolverine

Type: Totem

The mantled character has an ? as his totem companion and views the ? as an exemplar of nature and life. The mantled character loses all benefits of this mantle if he should offend his totem spirit.

Atonement Method: The mantled character can attempt to regain this mantle by appeasing his totem spirit. Alternatively, he may forgo regaining this mantle and attempt to acquire a new totem spirit.

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