Sspitfire's Feat Advancement Tables updated by Cheatle
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ALL INFORMATION UP TO DATE FOR EARLY ENROLLMENT
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Greetings and thank you for using these advancement tables. They are here for you! Follows is some information
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that will make using these tables easier.
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1. The information contained in this document is very broad. To get specific information about what a feat does,
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go to either the PFO Wiki or to Nihimon's Shared PFO Files and open the "Copy of PFO Wiki - Official Data" sheet.
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PFO Wiki
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Nihimon's Shared Files
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2. The structure of each table is very similar. You will find each of the following pieces of inforamtion, in order.
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LevelFeat Level
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ExperienceExperience required to purchase that level
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Cumulative ExperienceExperience required to purchase that level and all previous levels
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HoursExperience cost divided by 100 -> Number of hours worth of Experience requried for that level
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Cumulative HoursTotal number of hours required to purchase that level and all previous levels
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DaysHours divided by 24 -> Number of days worth of Experience required for that level
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Cumulative DaysTotal number of days required to purchase that level and all previous levels
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Category Points (CP)Total Category points needed to purchase that level. This value is always cumulative.
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Category points are granted from achievements. For example, Shortbow Expert grants Subterfuge Points.
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FeatsLevel of other feats required to purchase level - Sometimes header specifies the feat (i.e. Armor P (Amrmor P))
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AchievementsLevel of other Achievement required to purchase level - Sometimes header specifies the Achievemetn (i.e. Role Level)
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Minimum Ability ScoreMinimum ability score to purchase that level
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Ability Score BonusAbility score bonus given by that level
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Cumulative BonusCumulative ability score bonus for that level and all previous levels
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BenefitBenefit of the feat at that level- typically either the static bonus that feat grants or how many key words that level of the feat can take advantage of.
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For quick reference, a table listing all of the feats covered by the advancement table is provided at the end of each sheet. There you will find each feat by
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name, along with specific information about their CP, Ability Score, Achievements, etc.
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3. Symbols, Abbreviations, and Colors (SACs) (with apologies to the color-blind)
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/ "OR" - Indicates that any of the items listed will meet the prerequisites
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&"AND" - Indicates that all of the items listed are required to meet the prerequisites
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ABAttack Bonus
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PProficiency
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KWKey Words
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m/Mm = minor; M = Major -> m KW = minor Keyword; M KW = Major Keyword
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STRSTR
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DEXDEX
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CONCON
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INTINT
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WISWIS
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PERPER
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TEXTIndicates Fighter feats
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TEXTIndicates Wizard Feats
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TEXTIndicates Cleric feats
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TEXTIndicates Rogue feats
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TEXTIndicates Universal feats
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TEXTIndicates a feat this is in game but has no function yet
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TEXTIndicates a feat that is not in game yet, Text color indicates Role association
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#Tier 1 - Feat takes advantage and/or enables use of Tier 1 items
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#Tier 2 - Feat takes advantage and/or enables use of Tier 2 items
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#Tier 3 - Feat takes advantage and/or enables use of Tier 3 items
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4. Go here to post comments and corrections.
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