Cleric take a architype


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I am hoping that this gets posted and answered by Thursday morning (AKA start of PaizoCon)
At what level can a Warpriest take a Druid Architype?


2nd assuming you have 14 Wis, since the Dedication feat is 2nd level.
Spend your 2nd level class feat on that and you're in and can take the others at the levels listed beside them.

Mind you you'll be held to a Druid's standard re: armor so would have to switch to Hide or similar non-metal armor, and a wooden shield if you're using one.


second. but note you will be limited by druid anathema of metal armor and metal shields


Level 2, assuming you have the requisite 14 Wisdom.

Flagging to move to Rule discussion.


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1st if your warpriest is an ancient elf.


graystone wrote:
1st if your warpriest is an ancient elf.

It’s the “heritage” that makes elves better multitaskers.


Lucerious wrote:
graystone wrote:
1st if your warpriest is an ancient elf.
It’s the “heritage” that makes elves better multitaskers.

Yep, the Ancient Elf heritage.


"Being a wizard and a rogue is our heritage. You're going to throw that all away and be a wizard fighter?!"

Liberty's Edge

Puna'chong wrote:
"Being a wizard and a rogue is our heritage. You're going to throw that all away and be a wizard fighter?!"

Ancient Elf Rogue (Eldritch Trickster) solves everything, GM willing.


The future is now, old man!


Hooray for elven versatility.


The Raven Black wrote:
Puna'chong wrote:
"Being a wizard and a rogue is our heritage. You're going to throw that all away and be a wizard fighter?!"
Ancient Elf Rogue (Eldritch Trickster) solves everything, GM willing.

Elven Fighter/Mage/Thief FTW!

Feels like second ed again, it does

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