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Class Archetypes Archetypes are a quick and easy way to specialize characters of a given class, adding fun and flavorful new abilities to already established adventurers. \<more info> Current Archetypes v.188.8.131.52 Alchemist (PFUM, PFUC, Crypt Breaker, Grenadier, Oenopian Researcher) Anti-Paladin (Knight of the Sepulcher) Barbarian (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Bard (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG, Buccaneer, Dawnflower Dervish) Cavalier (PFUC, PFARG) Cleric (PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Druid (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Fighter (PFAPG, PFUC, PFARG, Aldori Swordlord (Brevoy), Corsair, Dawnflower Dervish, Lore Warden) Gunslinger (PFUC, PFARG) Inquisitor (PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Magus (PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Monk (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG) Ninja (none) Oracle (PFUM, Black-Blooded) Paladin (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG, Sword of Valor) Ranger (PFAPG, PFUM, PFUC, PFARG, Freebooter, Sable Company Marine, Yokai Hunter) Rogue (PFAPG, PFUC, PFARG, Smuggler) Samurai (none) Sorcerer (PFUM, PFARG, Tattooed Sorcerer, Wildblooded) Summoner (PFUM, PFARG, First Worlder) Witch (PFUM, PFARG, Dimensional Occultist, White-Haired Witch, Winter Witch) Wizard (PFUM, PFUC, PFARG, Primalist, Scroll Scholar) Using Archetypes From the Level Tab, first select the class you wish to apply the archetype to. Then in the selection boxes below, select which archetypes to apply. As you make your selections, some archetypes will be removed from the list that conflict with the ones you have already selected.
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Current Implemented Classes v.184.108.40.206 PFCR Barbarian Bard Cleric Druid Fighter Monk Ranger Rogue Sorcerer Wizard PFAPG Alchemist Cavalier Inquisitor Oracle Summoner Witch PFUM Magus PFUC Gunslinger Samurai Ninja Prestige Classes PFCR Arcane Archer Arcane Trickster Assassin Dragon Disciple Duelist Eldritch Knight Loremaster Mystic Theurge Pathfinder Chronicler Shadowdancer PFAPG Battle Herald Holy Vindicator Horizon Walker Master Chymist Master Spy Nature Warden Rage Prophet Stalwart Defender PFAP Chevalier Justiciar PFCaS Red Mantis Assassin See Archetypes for more class options.
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Q: What does the version number mean? A: ##.##.##.## or PP.SS.TT.QQ Number Meaning Primary Number (PP) Major Release. Secondary Number (SS) Normal Release. Tertiary Number (TT) Design Release. Quaternary Number (QQ) Other Release. Real meaning, TT and QQ are used either for simple text or formula errors that are found just after a SS release. But normally I uses them when Excel crashes, and I have to restore from a recovered version. I also uses them when I have to do a rebuild because of the "Too Many Styles" error. Q: Why do I get asked about Macros when I load? A: This is a Microsoft security thing. If you want to remove this warning, check out this article it can be very helpful. Q: How do I load a character from one version to another? A: Uses the "Load Character" and "Save Character" buttons located on the Options tab. See Attachment
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WORK IN PROGRESS Tab Layout Splash Options Race & Stat Custom Race Traits Level Specifics Feats Animal Companion Familiar Prestige Skills Languages Weapons Armor Magic Equip Magic Adjustments Buffs Character Sheet I Character Sheet II Character Sheet III Character Sheet IV Animal Companion Sheet Familiar Sheet Stat Block Legal CP
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