Animal Languages (3.5e Variant Rule)

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What Are Animal Languages?[edit]

Animal languages are languages spoken by creatures with the animal sub-type. They represent natural sounds as well as intelligent communication. These languages CAN NOT be learned by a humanoid unless the creature can naturally speak them or has the class ability "Wild Empathy" (In which case they cost 2 skill points normally a piece)

The Languages[edit]

Feline[edit]

This is the natural language for humanoid felines and intelligent felines. It is spoken through a series of hisses, meows, and sometimes a snarl.

Feral Feline[edit]

This is a natural language for Lionfolk and intelligent large felines such as lions. It is spoken through feline growls and roars.

Canine[edit]

This is the natural language for humanoid canines and intelligent canines. It is spoken through a series of barks and growls.

Haliaeetus[edit]

This is the natural language of humanoid avians and intelligent avians. It is spoken through a series of clucks, shreaks, and chirps.

Nocturne[edit]

This is the natural language for humanoid night avians and intelligent night avians. It is spoken similarly to Haliaeetus, but there are mostly only clicking sounds.

Ursine[edit]

This is the natural language for humanoid bearlings, anthropomorphic bears, and intelligent bears. It is spoken through a series of growls and grunts.



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