Many facets create a distinctive personality and character, and the proper traits can go a long way towards making your next hero much more memorable. Why not make sure you've got the best to choose from?
With 101 Racial Traits for the featured races presented in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Race Guide the you'll find more options, certain to give any character a distinctive and personal background. Make your drow a "Mistress of the whip" or thrive in the "War of Assassians," and your "Coward's Champion" goblin can indulge in a "Foe Feast" feeding upon the remains of his enemies. Kobolds might revert to thier Dog-Faced goblinoid appearance, or or be able to "Jury-Rig" that broken magic item. These traits provide interesting options for both mechanical and roleplaying flourishes so yoou can personalize every PC. It means a character with not just good traits, but the Rite traits!
You will find a minimum of 7 traits for each of the following races: Aasimar, Catfolk, Dhampir, Drow, Goblin, Hobgoblin, Ifrit, Kobold, Oread, Ratfolk, Slyph, Tiefling, and Undine.
Author: Steven D. Russell
Cover Image: Joe Calkins
The Bloodthirsty (Tiefling) racial trait replaces the fiendish sorcery racial trait.
Goes to kick the author and stab the editor with a rusty spoon!
I was wondering about these myself, glad to see that the answer's been posted. I assumed that Bloodthirsty replaced fiendish sorcery, given how it seemed better suited for warriors than mages, but I wanted to be sure.
And I want to add that I love the Celestial Theurgy trait for aasimar.. Just reading it makes me want to play an aasimar Draconic bloodline sorcerer who takes most of those spells.
It's a great PDF; thanks for another amazing product, Rite Publishing!