Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Sure-footedness (sage study)

An ability to negotiate difficult or rough surfaces safely, notably cliffs, precipitous slopes and cliffs, high ledges, rooftops or even narrow crossbeams and tight-ropes. Such situations demand that the character's coordination and patience makes them less likely to slip or stumble. Additionally, because of the inherent awareness in breathing control and the placement of feet, the character will have an unusual ability to approach an enemy without being seen or heard.


  • Scrambling: skill at climbing steep terrains or urban environments, where handholds and ledges are common.
  • Stability: the ability to retain the body's equilibrium in situations where the character might fall.
  • Stealth: improvement in the character's ability to approach others without being seen or heard.


  • Hand-over-Hand
  • Climb Walls: the ability to climb a verticle surface with efficiency.


  • Parkour: enables rapid movement through jumbled, complex environments.

See Also,
Assassin's Sage Abilities
Thief Sage Abilities

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