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Alchemaic wrote:Or you can just buy an Animal Call (from the ACG) for 1 sp, keyed to a T-Rex. If you really need to be able to get an animal call at-will, spend the feat on Brilliant Planner to be able to pull an appropriate call out when you need it, and the feat does other stuff too.
*looks up item*
Not the same thing, since all that item does is give you a +2 to Survival to track the animal it is modeled after (what?) or “get along in the wild” (what?).
The Feat would let you mimic a T-Rex roar and scare the everliving s#+! out of some guards. Or goats.
Which the call also does, since the call generates the same noise as the feat. The feat just has a failure possibility, while the call doesn't
The feat's actually kind of weird, since yes you can generate the sound, but it doesn't actually give you any use out of it. Like being able to mimic an animal to throw something of your trail (like the Burglar Rogue's Distraction ability) or beckon a similar animal over. So you've got to convince your GM that the noise you're making is doing whatever it is you're trying to do. I have to assume that sort of thing is the intent, but the feat itself is just missing it.