Table of Contents
- 1. What can familiars do Pathfinder?
- 2. Can familiars attack Pathfinder?
- 3. Can a sorcerer have an animal companion?
- 4. Can a wizard break a bond with an animal?
- 5. How to advance animal companion to nimble animal companion?
- 6. When does your animal companion get special abilities?
- 7. Can a Druid cast a spell on her animal companion?
What can familiars do Pathfinder?
Familiars treat Acrobatics, Climb, Fly, Perception, Stealth, and Swim as class skills.
Can familiars attack Pathfinder?
The rules for familiars don’t discuss attacks in any detail. Familiars use your level as their modifier on attack rolls, but it’s unclear if or how familiars can attack. Familiars are (with some exceptions) tiny animals, but even tiny animals have the ability to attack.
Can a sorcerer have an animal companion?
Animal Companion (Ex): At 1st level, you gain an animal companion. Your effective druid level for this ability is equal to your sorcerer level – 3 (minimum 1st).
Can a wizard break a bond with an animal?
Often performed with infant animals (or possibly with the animals parents in some cases), the spell creates an intense bond that cannot be broken save by either the violation of the agreement by the Wizard – these creatures rarely exceed CR½. You may like this Can splash weapons crit Pathfinder?
How to advance animal companion to nimble animal companion?
To advance a mature animal companion to a nimble animal companion, increase its Dexterity modifier by 2 and its Strength, Constitution, and Wisdom modifiers by 1. It deals 2 additional damage with its unarmed attacks. Increase its proficiency ranks in Acrobatics and unarmored defense to expert. It also learns the advanced maneuver for its type.
When does your animal companion get special abilities?
Some have special abilities, such as scent. As you gain levels, your animal companion improves as well, usually at 4th or 7th level, in addition to the standard bonuses noted on Table: Animal Companion Base Statistics.
Can a Druid cast a spell on her animal companion?
The druid may cast a spell with a target of “You” on her animal companion (as a touch range spell) instead of on herself. A druid may cast spells on her animal companion even if the spells normally do not affect creatures of the companion’s type (animal). Spells cast in this way must come from a class that grants an animal companion.