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World Traveler (Diplomacy) (Granted) [Paizo Inc. – Advanced Player’s Guide, p.327]
You have worn armor as long as you can remember, either as part of your training
to become a knight’s squire or simply because you were seeking to emulate a hero.
When you wear armor of any sort, reduce that suit’s armor check penalty by 1, to a
minimum check penalty of 0.
Charming [Paizo Inc. – Advanced Player’s Guide, p.330]
Blessed with good looks, you’ve come to depend on the fact that others find you
attractive. You gain a +1 trait bonus when you use Bluff or Diplomacy on a character
that is (or could be) sexually attracted to you, and a +1 trait bonus to the save DC of
any language-dependent spell you cast on such characters or creatures.
World Traveler (Diplomacy) [Paizo Inc. – Advanced Player’s Guide, p.332]
Your family has taken the love of travel to an extreme, roaming the world extensively.
You’ve seen dozens of cultures and have learned to appreciate the diversity of what
the world has.
Dodge [Paizo Inc. – Core Rulebook, p.122]
Your training and reflexes allow you to react swiftly to avoid an opponent’s attack.
You gain a +1 dodge bonus to your AC. A condition that makes you lose your Dex
bonus to AC also makes you lose the benefits of this feat.
Improved Initiative [Paizo Inc. – Core Rulebook, p.127]
Your quick reflexes allow you to react quickly to danger.
You get a +4 bonus on initiative checks.
Shield Focus [Paizo Inc. – Core Rulebook, p.133]
You are skilled at deflecting blows with your shield.
Increase the AC bonus granted by any shield you are using by 1.
Anytime you roll a natural 1 (the die shows a “1”) on an attack roll or skill check, you must make a DC 15 Charisma check, or suffer
a critical failure of some sort (as determined by the GM). Possibilities include: losing your weapon or striking a friend instead, breaking
something, hurting yourself, causing an opposite effect, or drawing unwanted attention to yourself.
You suffer a -1 trait penalty when you use Bluff or Diplomacy on a character that is (or could be) sexually attracted to you, and a -1
trait penalty to the save DC of any language-dependent spell you cast on such characters or creatures.
As the youngest of his sibilings, Sebestian seems to always the get the short end of the stick (Unlucky). He was never favored by his mother or father, but his desire to please is what drove him to train relentlessly next to his brother; the great warrior of the family. All his time was spent next to his brother, Vincent, riding horses, practicing his sword play, or learning diplomacy. The one area in which Sebestian could not measure up to Vincent was courting. Sebestian always seemed to say the wrong things or blabber in front of attractive women. Even when he though he was being genuine or helpful, girls always seemed creeped out by his advances (Creepy).
About 3 years back, his brother left to join the local militia, which gave great displeasure to their father. Once Vincent left, his father and mother became even more distant and cold towards Sebesitan, always referring to Vincent and wanting him to come back to lead the family legacy. One morning, Sebestian was out in the courtyard, practicing with his favorite practice weapon, the trident, he heard his mother scream. Running into the foyer, Sebestian’s father was in a chair, slumped over, weeping. Sebestian’s mother seemed to be unconcious and sprawled out on the floor in front of him. In his father’s hand was a small piece of parchment, which slowly floated to the floor after his father’s strength seem to worsen as he sunk further in the chair. After attending to his mother, Sebestian retrieved the parchment, still holding his mother upright, he saw that it was reported that Vincent went missing and was likely dead.
After learning of his brothers demise, Sebestian became very distraught and was unable to continue the things he loved. After realizing that Sebestian was the only heir to their father’s legacy, he knew what would be expected of him. It was hard for Sebestian to go into the family business, but he knew his parents were having a hard time with their son’s death. Unwilling to bring further issues to his father, Sebestian agreed to take part in his father’s business.