Antisocial (3.5e Flaw)

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Antisocial[edit]

You have some sort of social awkwardness or hostility which makes it hard to work with you. You can still function in a team, but less so than most.
Effect: You take a —6 penalty on Bluff and Diplomacy and may not place ranks in either skills and nonhostile creatures start out one step less friendly to you (to a minimum of unfriendly). This is only the starting mood, and may change over time. Additionally you may not take the Leadership or teamwork based feats.



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