A little advice for the Persona Mask


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Under Persona Mask for Effect it says: You change the mask’s appearance into an artistic rendition of a dramatic character of your choice.

What's this mean what would you use it for? How could I best benefit from this in game, could it ever be used in combat?


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

In combat probably not, in social engagements very fun.

Imagine in the middle of talking about securing funds for your next expedition you mask shifts to the face of the governor's mistress.


Malk_Content wrote:

In combat probably not, in social engagements very fun.

Imagine in the middle of talking about securing funds for your next expedition you mask shifts to the face of the governor's mistress.

I mean, the governor's mistress (probably) isn't a dramatic character, which I take to mean a character from a play.


Salamileg wrote:
Malk_Content wrote:

In combat probably not, in social engagements very fun.

Imagine in the middle of talking about securing funds for your next expedition you mask shifts to the face of the governor's mistress.

I mean, the governor's mistress (probably) isn't a dramatic character, which I take to mean a character from a play.

Or the sad face/smiley face from Greek drama or the masks from Noh theater. As an artistic rendition of a dramatic character, I think impersonation might prove difficult. There's always broad satire like having a commedia dell'arte mask with colors matching the hair, eyes, and perhaps adornment of the target.

The point could be made, if not the particulars copied.


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Misread from me! Of course if the mistress is an up and coming opera singers whose recent depiction of Allyra the ochre queen makes her synonymous with the character that would work.

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