Psychic Skills Summary (3.5e Variant Rule)

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Psychic Skills Summary[edit]

Psychic skills differ from the ordinary skills most characters have in that they reflect training in the use of innate psychic talents. Characters without the appropriate psychic talent feat or feats cannot learn or use psychic skills. Psychic skills work much like ordinary skills but there are additional parameters, particularly the distance at which the skill operates, how targets resist the skill’s effects, and the mental effort required to use a psychic skill versus an ordinary skill. The differences in using psychic skills are discussed below.

Class and Cross-Class Skills
Skill Checks
Action
Familiarity
Mass
Attacks of Opportunity
Range
Mental Contact
Multiple Targets
Maintaining Psychic Skills
Saving Throws



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