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PFS StandardKreighton's Cognitive Crossover [reaction] Feat 4

Legacy Content

Uncommon General Skill 
Source PFS Guide pg. 119
PFS Note All characters have access to this feat.
Access Member of the Pathfinder Society.
Trigger You gain no information from a Recall Knowledge check (usually because you failed the secret check) using one of the two skills you chose for this feat.

Kreighton teaches his students that an agile mind can glean clues leading to the truth, even from the most unlikely of sources. You immediately reattempt the triggering check using the other chosen skill.

Special When you gain this feat, choose two of the following skills: Arcana, Crafting, Lore (any one), Medicine, Nature, Occultism, Religion, or Society.



A type of feat that any character can select, regardless of ancestry and class, as long as they meet the prerequisites. You can select a feat with this trait when your class grants a general feat.


A general feat with the skill trait improves your skills and their actions or gives you new actions for a skill. A feat with this trait can be selected when a class grants a skill feat or general feat. Archetype feats with the skill trait can be selected in place of a skill feat if you have that archetype's dedication feat.


Something of uncommon rarity requires special training or comes from a particular culture or part of the world. Some character choices give access to uncommon options, and the GM can choose to allow access for anyone. Less is known about uncommon creatures than common creatures. They typically can't be summoned. The DC of Recall Knowledge checks related to these creature is increased by 2.

Scrolls Training

Source PFS Guide pg. 119
The Society's Master of Scrolls, Kreighton Shaine (Lost Omens Pathfinder Society Guide page 42), may be considered strange and absent-minded by his peers, but the elf venture-captain takes his duties quite seriously. Skilled in researching obscure subjects and unraveling inscrutable secrets, Kreighton teaches his students the value of an inquisitive mind.