Picking up passive first level Domain powers on a Fighter?


Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Believer's Boon provides a way to make use of 3+Wis/day first level Domain power. Is there some sort of equivalent to pick up a passive power?

Are there any obscure or third party archetypes that would let a Weapon Master Fighter get a Domain, perhaps by trading out some bonus feats?

Why not just take a level of Cleric for it? Fighter is very multiclass-friendly.

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Mainly because Fighter 4 is already the dip.

maybe dip into Warpriest instead? Blessing are almost as good as domains, you get almost as many bonus feats, some spells and loose 1 bab

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

What I really want is a way to get this Weapon Master Fighter 4 / Unchained Monk 16 the Conversion Inquisition to apply Wisdom to Intimidate, Bluff, and Diplomacy. I really don't want to dip more than 4 levels out of Monk, though.

If there's a way to do it with the Fighter, that would be ideal for me, because Weapon Master Fighter manages to get Weapon Training at 3 and qualify for the Advanced Weapon Training feat at 4th. It also doesn't lose any BAB in the process.

My second preference would be an Inquisitor that somehow picks up Weapon Training on the same time scale; grabbing Cunning Initiative certainly wouldn't be bad.

I fully recognize that there might not be a way to do this outside of homebrew, but I wanted to cover my bases.

You seem to be trying to bend over backwards just to get a small bonus to social skills. There are better ways to boost them.

Pathfinder Lost Omens Subscriber

yeah... if you're level 20, this probably won't make that much of a difference for those specific skills since I believe most of them have pretty stable DCs, except bluff I guess(also don't demoralize stuff unless your entire build is for it).

Are you willing to sacrifice feats? VMC cleric can do it.

GozrehTime wrote:
Are you willing to sacrifice feats? VMC cleric can do it.

I was going to suggest this same thing. As a Fighter/Monk you should have plenty of feats to go around.

I guess the only major issue is whether your GM would allow Variant Multiclassing (VMC), including as combined with regular multiclassing, as the rules for VMC state that:

"It is probably a good idea to use either this variant system or normal multiclassing, but it's possible for the two systems to be used together. In a game using both systems, a character can't take levels in the secondary class she gains from this variant."

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