Scholar (5e Feat)

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Scholar

Prerequisites: Wisdom or Intelligence 13 or higher
You became a scholar, focusing on study rather than combat.

You loses 5 to attack roll, 12 to damage roll, 25 health and 3 AC

Then, you gain proficiency on Investigation, Arcana, Medicine, History, Insight, Perception, Persuasion and Religion. If you already have proficiency on those skills, you double you proficiency bonus on them.

Next, Choose to learn 3 standard languages of your choice, or, learn 1 exotic language of your choice.

Additionally, you gain the ability to recognize any language. But can only understand the ones you learned.

Lastly, you gain +2 to your intelligence and wisdom, to a maximum of 20.



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