There's a ranger feat for extra favored terrain and another for extra favored enemy... I have to say though, the spell-less ranger is a bit overpowered (and while my GM allowed it, he regretted it later, and several other GMs I asked about it afterwards said they wouldn't allow it as it was overpowered). I got to level 7 with it before our campaign fizzled and it wasn't even funny how overpowered my character was, even compared to the dwarf barbarian fighter alchemist who was practically an army by himself.
My GM was only going to allow the animal companions listed on the spel-less ranger addendum, and not allowing the rock listed in the bestiary since it wasn't specifically mentioned. He seemed like he might have otherwise considered allowing it, should circumstances allow, much later in the jade regent campaign.
Question for the author and editor- my GM says he'll only allow animal companions that are in the list... is the roc intended to be an allowed animal companion since it's listed in the bestiary as a possible ranger companion? If so, would you mind clarifying that in the document and gm's can just decide to tell players they can't find a roc egg to buy if they don't want to allow it?
Disclaimer: I'm new to Pathfinder (and the D&Dish thing in general; familiar with the concept, never played or even sat in watching a session) and have been playing for about 2 months now (Jade Regent Campaign, just finished first chapter)
Any advice would be most welcome.
Complete Caravan sheet 1.1 link is dead for me...anyone else got a good link for it?