Monday, March 19, 2018

Scouting (sage study)

Describes a set of survival and orientation skills that ensure survival in the wild, ensuring a goodly supply of food, water, shelter and protection, whatever the landscape or weather.


  • Evasion: describes skills at avoiding detection in the wild by most onlookers.
  • Fishing: describes the angling skill of catching fish with a line or net.
  • Foraging: improved ability to find vegetables, roots, fruits and nuts in a wilderness environment.
  • Hunting: locating, tracking and successfully bringing down small game in order to serve as a food supply.
  • Pathfinding I: improve distance covered when crossing untracked wilderness.
  • Tracking: locating creatures and animals that move in the wild according to the trail they leave behind.


  • Camouflage: the ability to proficiently camouflage the body.
  • Counter-Tracking: an advanced form of evasion, allowing a possibility of shaking off a tracker.
  • Make Fire: the ability to produce fire using only dry tinder and friction.
  • Pathfinding II: improves the safety of the ranger and others when crossing the wilderness.
  • Sheltering: chooses the best place to rest and avoid the elements.
  • Water Discipline: gives experience in knowing when to drink in order to avoid dehydration.


  • Avoid Encounter: enables avoidance of dangerous creatures or monsters that are sensed to be active in the vicinity.

See Ranger Sage Abilities

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