Animal Attraction (3.5e Flaw)

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Animal Attraction[edit]

You attract animal attention, which can be good or ill. But it pretty much always annoying.
Effect: You are constantly bothered by animals squirrel sized and smaller. They constantly will attempt to get your attention or harass you for food. You may shoo them as a full-round action, granting you peace and suppress the effect of this flaw for 10 minutes. This flaw does not affect overland speed, instead after travelling through animal heavy area you become Fatigued at twice the normal rate from constant harassment.
Special: The effect of this flaw is not a [Fear]-effect, it derived from constant annoyance.



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