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Oracle curse on a non Oracle


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Are there any classes that have archtypes that give them the Oracles Curse ?

I haven't found any but I don't have all the books and thought I might have missed one.


One of the Pact Wizard archetype's gets one.


Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Azten is referring to the Pact Wizard from Haunted Heroes Handbook which is a great archetype for multiple reasons besides the Oracle curse.
You might also be interested in using the Variant Multiclassing rules from Unchained.


Ah sweet thanks. I have an idea for an npc/potential pc but couldn't find a way to make it work.

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