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PFS StandardSentinel

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Armor offers solid, reassuring protection in combat, and as someone who faces danger on a regular basis, you have made it your business to get the most out of your defenses. You stand solid on any battlefield, encased in the sturdiest armor you can find. When danger threatens, your solid defenses will safely get you, and possibly your companions, home again. As a sentinel, you might be a member of an order of knights or bodyguards that trained you how best to take advantage of heavy armor. On the other hand, you might just be an adventurer who took one too many scrapes and decided that enough was enough, so you trained yourself to wear the heaviest plate you could get your hands on. Some witches or sorcerers have chosen to follow the path of the sentinel to increase their survivability.

PFS StandardSentinel Dedication Feat 2

ArchetypeDedication
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Archetype Sentinel

You have trained carefully to maximize the protective qualities of your armor. You become trained in light armor and medium armor. If you already were trained in light armor and medium armor, you gain training in heavy armor as well. Whenever you gain a class feature that grants you expert or greater proficiency in any type of armor (but not unarmored defense), you also gain that proficiency in the armor types granted to you by this feat. If you are at least 13th level and you have a class feature that grants you expert proficiency in unarmored defense, you also become an expert in the armor types granted to you by this feat.

Special You can't select another dedication feat until you have gained two other feats from the sentinel archetype.

PFS StandardSteel Skin Feat 4

ArchetypeSkill
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Archetype Sentinel
Prerequisites trained in Survival, Sentinel Dedication

You wear your armor like a second skin. You can rest normally while wearing medium armor. If you are a master in heavy armor, you can also rest normally while wearing heavy armor.

PFS StandardArmor Specialist Feat 6

ArchetypeSkill
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Archetype Sentinel
Prerequisites Sentinel Dedication

You have trained hard to optimize your armor's protective qualities. You gain the armor specialization effects of medium and heavy armor.

PFS StandardArmored Rebuff ReactionFeat 8

Archetype
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Archetype Sentinel
Prerequisites Sentinel Dedication
Requirements You are wearing medium armor or heavier.
Trigger An adjacent foe critically fails an attack roll to Strike you with a melee weapon or unarmed attack.

You rebuff puny attacks with your armor, knocking back your foe. Attempt an Athletics check to Shove the triggering foe, even if you don't have a hand free. If you succeed, you can't Stride to follow the foe, as you're knocking the foe back with the rebounded attack, not by physically moving towards them.

PFS StandardMighty Bulwark Feat 10

Archetype
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 191
Archetype Sentinel
Prerequisites Sentinel Dedication

Thanks to your incredible connection to your armor, you can use it to shrug off an incredible array of dangers. Your bonus from the bulwark armor trait increases from +3 to +4, and it applies on all Reflex saves, not just damaging Reflex saves.

Additional Feats

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 149
Some archetypes allow other feats beyond those in their entry. These are typically class feats, such as fighter feats that represent certain combat styles. The list of additional feats includes the feat's name, its level, and the page number where it appears. You can take the feat as an archetype feat of that level, meaning it counts toward the number of feats required by the archetype's dedication feat. When selected this way, a feat that normally has a class trait doesn't have that class trait.

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PFS StandardSacrifice Armor ReactionFeat 10*

Champion
* This version of the Sacrifice Armor feat is intended for use with an Archetype and has a different level for access than the original feat.
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 120
Trigger You are hit by a Strike that deals physical damage.

With divine awareness, you twist your body to lessen the impact of an attack. Reduce the damage you take by an amount equal to twice your armor's level. Your armor becomes broken, reducing its Hit Points to its Broken Threshold. If your armor was already damaged, it is destroyed instead.

PFS StandardGreater Interpose Feat 16*

Champion
* This version of the Greater Interpose feat is intended for use with an Archetype and has a different level for access than the original feat.
Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 121
Prerequisites Sacrifice Armor

Your divine grace empowers you to avoid hits when you otherwise could not. You can use Sacrifice Armor to reduce any type of damage from an attack or effect requiring a Reflex save. When you use Sacrifice Armor against a critical hit or a critical failure on a Reflex save that would otherwise cause you to take double damage, you take the normal amount of damage instead.