Human Rogue Languages?


Rules Questions


So the whole family is new to Pathfinder. We are trying to muddle through with a core rule book. The text states Humans with a HIGH inteligence they want. What is "HIGH" Inteligence? The Boy rolled a 16 intel with a +3 modifier.
Thanks in advance
Nox


High Inteligence means having a + in the modifier. Bottom line, for ever plus in the modifier, you get an extra language. 3 for a +3 modifier.


Thank you for the fast response. My next question on the character sheet is how to generate the "Attack bonus" As a rogue most attacks i assume will be off dex a roll of 19 with +4. No gear selected as of yet


Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Base Attack Bonus for the Rogue is from Table 3-13, pg 69. You add your Strength bonus for melee attacks and Dexterity Bonus for ranged attacks.

Shadow Lodge

BretI wrote:
Base Attack Bonus for the Rogue is from Table 3-13, pg 69. You add your Strength bonus for melee attacks and Dexterity Bonus for ranged attacks.

Unless modified by feats such as (but not limited to) weapon finesse or Zen archery which swap one ability score modifier for another.

Details on how to calculate the attack bonus, combat maneuver bonus, Armor Class, and Combat maneuver defense are found in the combat chapter later in the book.


Perfect TY! +1 to all

Shadow Lodge

My pleasure, welcome to Pathfinder, may many fun filled hours grace you and your family

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