Gifttraeger (Empathic Bond)

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Bonding Requirements

A gifttraeger was bonded to with twenty to thirty elder lore, nine arcane lore and twenty-seven legend lore.

Known Abilities


This is a silvery-mottled-reddish-brown-scaled female gifttraeger with
silvery eyes.  This snake species is native to Exoma and well-known for being
a dangerous niche predator: it has the capacity to kill its prey not only with
powerful poisons, but with ordered energies to which many Exoman natives are
She looks about half a dimin across and thirteen dimins long. 

Gifttraegers have a carnivorous diet, can either breathe underwater or don't require air at all and while small, possess a powerful poison spit attack that damages with both ordered energy and venom. Gifttraeger fangs do ordered and possibly piercing damage.

Attribute Modifications

Bonding to a gifttraeger confers large bonuses to Dexterity and Willpower, as well as smaller bonuses to Intelligence, Constitution, and Perception. All attributes are additionally bonused from the various chakras granted by the familiar's presence.

Specialty Bonuses

Bonus specialties and access are granted as follows.

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

At the middle of "fairly healthy" bond strength:

At "very healthy" bond strength, the Tier 1 bonus specialties are increased to 2.

Tier 4

At middle to late "very healthy":

Tier 5


At "fairly healthy" bond strength:

Late in "very healthy":

Other Boons

A gifttraeger will occasionally open/charge all chakras save for the prestige two at once. The amount charged depends on the current bond strength, e.g. at very early stages they will drain and disappear before the charge effect occurs again.

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