Quick question about juggler / busker archetypes


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So in the new heroes of the street book there is the busker archetype where the following text can be found:

A busker uses his dazzling physical stunts to get by on his
own in the city streets. Buskers commonly use their skills
to entertain for a few coins, but also pick pockets, hide in plain sight as statues, and manipulate the desperate in
medicine shows. Many buskers are also jugglers (Pathfinder
Player Companion: Ranged Tactics Toolbox 7).

and:

Bardic Performance: Buskers do not gain the bardic
performance ability or any of its performance types,
except as noted below.

On the juggler archetype there is the following:

Evasion (Ex): At 2nd level, a juggler gains evasion,
as the rogue class feature of the same name. At
12th level, he gains improved evasion, as the rogue
advanced talent.This ability replaces well-versed and
soothing performance.

Now then , my understanding of adding multiple archetypes together is that they must not change the same class features , which is happening here and yet the book says these usually go together.

Is this allowed?


didn't notice that; I'm interested as well

Lantern Lodge

Has there been any word on this?


Darn, that looked like a really fun combo...

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I doubt anyone has had eyes on this in a while, but has there been any ruling on this?

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