Good Looking (3.5e Trait)

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Good-Looking[edit]

You are extraordinarily good looking! Although, you can never get any peace...
Benefit: Double Your Charisma Bonus on any social interaction rolls against creatures of a race and gender that find you attractive.
Drawback: You're not quite certain how to deal with creatures that don't find you attractive, and take a -4 penalty to social interaction rolls with these creatures.
Roleplaying Ideas: You often have to deal with members of the other gender (And sometimes the same!) trying to court you, or perhaps just get into bed with you. Possible suitors will hang around you day and night, and especially devoted ones may even try to follow you out of town! Your character never gets ANY rest from these suitors, but maybe they like that.



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