Fey-Touched Gnome Pathfinder 2E

Hello adventurers of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my guide and thank you for taking a look at one of the gnome heritages. Today we’re gonna be taking a look at the fey touched gnome pathfinder 2e stats. This gnome is found in the basic rules and it’s pretty cool! Like almost a different breed of gnome all together and i mean i know all the heritage’s are kind of like that. But man this one especially, let’s take a quick look at the description here and really break it down.

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The blood of the fey is so strong within you that you’re truly one of them. You gain the fey trait, in addition to the gnome and humanoid traits. Choose one cantrip from the primal spell list. You can cast this spell as a primal innate spell at will. A cantrip is heightened to a spell level equal to half your level rounded up. You can change this cantrip to a different one from the same list once per day by meditating to realign yourself with the First World; this is a 10-minute activity that has the concentrate trait.

Very cool stuff! and we will be going over all these spells in another series. So i’ll just provide that fey touched gnome pathfinder 2e spells link when it’s done. That being said, very cool. Do you know how old are gnomes in pathfinder 2e?.

Basically add the fey trait to your traits and then select a cantrip from the primal spell list. Pretty cool stuff! I like it, you can change out that cantrip as 10-minute activity. Pretty cool! I like it a lot going on great trait, i absolutely love it. Also check out this what are the first world gnomes in pathfinder?


That being said, let me know what you think about the fey touched gnome pathfinder 2e build down beneath in the comments section. Mention any thoughts, questions, comments, concerns, ideas or concepts you have regarding it. That being said, i hope you all have a great day and as always happy adventuring. Keep reading fey influence pathfinder 2e | umbral gnome pathfinder 2e | chameleon gnome pathfinder 2e |

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