Pathfinder Playing An Aristocrat

Sometimes people want to play characters with an aristocratic / noble background and I am quite happy to accommodate that. However, we need to agree on a broad family background before you build your character. Any character with an 'official' aristocratic background (ie agreed by the GM) who takes the Leadership feat automatically qualifies for the 'Special Power' bonus to leadership Score.

Method 1: You are a distant relative of a noble family, with one of the following traits:- Lost Nobility, Reclaiming your Roots, Noble Born, Lesser Noble, Noble, Noble-in-Exile. There are probably others - but ask first :)

Method 2: You are a member of a minor branch of a noble family. You start the game with the Rich Parents trait and a single level of the Aristocrat NPC class. If the game allows you to start at a higher level - your L1 class was Aristocrat.

Method 3: Take the Noble Scion feat . It must be taken at 1st level and you must have a Charisma of at least 13.

Any character with an 'official' aristocratic background (ie from these methods) who takes the Leadership feat automatically qualifies for the 'Special Power' bonus to leadership Score.

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