Campaign Traits are generally more powerful than other traits, and are intended to only be used in said campaign. So a bard in Mummy Mask might be better than a rogue in Mummy Mask, but otherwise the rogue is still king of finding magical traps.
Now, if you want to argue that bard archetypes with trapfinding are better than rogues, I can see that argument.
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Wait, so the Beginner Box just gets rid of the rules I don't understand anyway?
Smurf it, I'm just running Pathfinder Beginner Box for all my games now. My players will never know the difference.
"That was a whole new definition of terrible. At least we're being innovative."
"What you're doing is wrong; aesthetically wrong, technically wrong, and philosophically wrong. Please stop before you get to the sciences."
"This is unbelievable! Up is down and left is right! How many times do I have to explain stage layout?!"
"If you want to have a future in the stage, keep landing like that. If you want to have a future ON the stage, stop breaking it."