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Can nagaji PFS characters take improved natural armor feat?


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Qadira **** Venture-Lieutenant, Netherlands—Amsterdam aka Seraphimpunk

i know the bestiary feats are not legal unless granted access by another source, i'm just wondering if there is currently any source that would allow a nagaji character with a +1 natural armor bonus from race, and a 13 con, to take the improved natural armor feat.

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or for that matter a tiefling with natural armor? =P

***** Venture-Lieutenant, Georgia—Atlanta aka CRobledo

Seraphimpunk wrote:
i know the bestiary feats are not legal unless granted access by another source, i'm just wondering if there is currently any source that would allow a nagaji character with a +1 natural armor bonus from race, and a 13 con, to take the improved natural armor feat.

I believe no other source allows it yet. You would still have to rely on amulets of natural armor or spells like barkskin. AFAIK no way to improve natural armor for PCs through feats

Other ways to improve AC though:
Feat-wise: dodge, shield focus, combat expertise
Traits: defender of the society (Fighter), Expert Duelist (Taldor)

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lantzkev wrote:
or for that matter a tiefling with natural armor? =P

Tieflings get the Armor of the Pit feat. (+2 to Nat Armor)

It's great for 'skirmisher' builds (rogues, lore wardens, magi, the way I play inquisitors, etc.)

Qadira **** Venture-Lieutenant, Netherlands—Amsterdam aka Seraphimpunk

Cool k.
Yeah was just wondering for my nagaji aspirant build :)
Thnx

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Dwarves, orcs, half-orcs can take ironhide as a feat. IIRC bestiary feats 'allowed by another source' is not a PC rule, but for AniComps, divine bond, arcane bond, & eidos. I could be wrong, but either way, nothing for Nagaji.

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The rule about feats from the Bestiary is indeed for PC's - i.e. Rangers with the Natural Weapons style get to "break" that rule since they have another legal source granting them access to feats that would otherwise be illegal for a PFS player (i.e. improved natural weapons, Eldritch Claws, Multiattack etc)

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good to know :)

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Curaigh wrote:
Dwarves, orcs, half-orcs can take ironhide as a feat. IIRC bestiary feats 'allowed by another source' is not a PC rule, but for AniComps, divine bond, arcane bond, & eidos. I could be wrong, but either way, nothing for Nagaji.

I'd rather take Bulkhead as a bonus feat. Or Rachet.

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