Forger (3.5e Feat)
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 Forger [General]
- Some examples of things that can be forged
- Written Documents Profession (scribe) Craft (Calligraphy)
- Legal Documents Profession (barister)
- Passing glass gems as real Profession (gemcutter) or Craft (gemcutting)
- Coins Profession (minter), Craft (blacksmithing)
Generally forged items either have no value, fail to give a bonus, or break on use. The examiner gains modifiers on his or her check if any of the conditions on the table below exist. The Forgery check is made secretly, so that you're not sure how good your forgery is, you don't even need to make a check until someone examines the work.
- Reader's Forgery Condition Check Modifier
- Type of forged item unknown to reader (-2)
- Type of forged item somewhat known to reader (+0)
- Type of forged item well known to reader (+2)
- Reader only casually reviews the forgery (-2)
Synergy: 5 ranks in the Spot skill provides a +2 synergy bonus to attempts to spot a forgery.