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Multiclass Archetypes

These archetypes are Multiclass Archetypes that allow access to another Class's features.

PFS StandardAlchemistDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 220 1.1
You enjoy tinkering with alchemical formulas and substances in your spare time, and your studies have progressed beyond mere experimentation.

PFS StandardBarbarianDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 221 1.1
There’s a rage deep inside you that sometimes breaks loose, granting you some of the might of a barbarian in addition to your other abilities.

PFS StandardBardDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 222 1.1
A muse has called you to dabble in occult lore, allowing you to cast a few spells. The deeper you delve, the more powerful your performances become.

PFS StandardChampionDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 223 1.1
You have sworn a solemn oath to your deity, who has granted you champion powers to aid you in your cause.

PFS StandardClericDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 224 1.1
You are an ordained priest of your deity and have even learned how to cast a few divine spells. Though your main training lies elsewhere, your religious calling provides you divine gifts.

PFS StandardDruidDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 225 1.1
You have entered a druidic circle and learned a few of the order’s secrets, granting you primal power.

PFS StandardFighterDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 226 1.1
You have spent time learning the art of warfare, increasing your skill with martial arms and at wearing armor. With further training, you can become a true combat specialist.

PFS StandardInvestigatorDedication Feat 2

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 151
The investigator archetype is a good choice for a character that wants deeper investigations or to plan out their turns in advance; it's a particularly good match for Intelligence-based characters like alchemists, witches, and wizards.

PFS StandardMonkDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 227 1.1
Monastic training has taught you martial arts and allowed you to hone your mind, body, and spirit to new heights.

PFS StandardOracleDedication Feat 2

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 152
A mysterious force granted you divine magic and a curse.

PFS StandardRangerDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 228 1.1
You have studied hunting, tracking, and wilderness survival, adding a ranger’s tools to your skill set.

PFS StandardRogueDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 229 1.1
You’ve learned to sneak, steal, and disable traps. With time and luck, you’ll become capable of moving through the shadows, striking unseen, and escaping without notice.

PFS StandardSorcererDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 230 1.1
You coax the magic power in your blood to manifest, accessing magic others don’t expect you to have.

PFS StandardSwashbucklerDedication Feat 2

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 153
The swashbuckler archetype is a great fit for martial characters who want to be a bit flashier or for Charisma-based spellcasters who want to add a bit of dramatic flair to their routine. Multiclass swashbucklers work especially well for characters who already wanted to perform the actions associated with gaining panache, such as a monk or barbarian with the gymnast style or a braggart, battledancer, or wit-style bard.

PFS StandardWitchDedication Feat 2

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 154
The witch archetype grants versatile prepared spells, perfect for characters looking to add some extra utility.

PFS StandardWizardDedication Feat 2

Source Core Rulebook pg. 231 1.1
You have dabbled in the arcane arts and, through discipline and academic study, learned how to cast a few spells.