Wellspring Gnome PF2E Race

Hello adventurers of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my guide and thank you so much for taking a look at another one of the gnome heritages. Today we’re gonna be taking a look at the sense8 gnome and sense8 is basically to be perceived by or perceive using senses and that’s basically what they are. There’s super attuned to their natural senses. Which is great!

I feel like most of them are probably gonna be bards in all honesty, at least that’s what my kind of analysis of them would kind of have them lean toward but whatever let’s quickly go over the description and then break it down. In any case you can also check out this pathfinder 2e gnome weapons.

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You see all colors is brighter and here all sounds is richer and especially smell all sense with incredible detail.

You gain a special sense: Imprecise scent with a range of 30 feet. This means you can use your sense of smell to determine the exact location of a creature. The GM will usually double the range if you’re downwind from the creature or halve the range if you’re upwind.

In addition you gain a +2 circumstance bonus to perception checks whenever you’re trying to locate an undetected creature that is within the range of your scent. You can also read this gnome feats pathfinder 2e.

Very cool stuff! Basically gain an extra sense and that leads to +2 circumstance bonus. Really good stuff! I like it. We’ll be going over the rules for kind of detecting locations in a later article, so i’ll be sure to link that up here when it’s done but it’s pretty cool stuff! I like it. Don’t miss this unexpected shift pathfinder 2e.


That being said, let me know what you think down beneath in the comment section. Mention any thoughts, questions, comments, concerns, ideas or concepts regarding the sense8 gnome. Let me know what you think. That being said, i hope you all have a great day and as always happy adventuring. Also check out chameleon gnome pathfinder 2e | umbral gnome pathfinder 2e | how old are gnomes in pathfinder 2e? |

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