Animal Aspect Curse (Apath)
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Publisher: Trailseeker, Legendary Games.
Your head (and at your option other parts, commonly hands, feet, and tail) is that of an animal from Tiny to Large in size. While clearly noticeable, this body part is fully functional. Even if you change your shape or disguise yourself with illusion, your animal aspect shines through. You suffer a -20 penalty on Disguise checks, and creatures using knowledge skills or Diplomacy to gather information to learn about you get a +10 bonus. Some people might be shocked or reviled at your appearance, while others treat you as a divine avatar. If you are polymorphed, you always assume the form of the animal whose head you wear (as beast shape II instead of the intended form.
You gain low-light vision. If you already have low-light vision, you instead gain scent.
At 10th level, you can use the following as spell-like abilities three times per day each: see invisibility (sp), beast-shape II (sp). You can only use beast-shape II to assume the form of the animal whose head you wear.
At 15th level, you can use all spell-like abilities gained from this curse at will.
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