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Beast Tamer

Beast tamers bring the wild to civilization, rearing and training creatures to follow their commands and perform flashy tricks that entertain audiences.

Recall Knowledge - Humanoid (Society): DC 19

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Beast TamerCreature 4

NMediumHumanHumanoid
Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 237
Perception +12
Languages Common, Druidic
Skills Athletics +8, Circus Lore +6, Diplomacy +8, Intimidation +8, Nature +12, Performance +8, Survival +10
Str +2, Dex +1, Con +2, Int +0, Wis +4, Cha +2
Wild Empathy The beast tamer can use Diplomacy to Make an Impression on animals and to make very simple Requests of them.
Items holly and mistletoe, leather armor, rope (50 feet), whip
AC 20; Fort +10, Ref +7, Will +12
HP 54
Speed 25 feet
Melee Single ActionSingle Action whip +11 [+6/+1] (disarm, nonlethal, reach, trip), Damage 1d4+5 slashingPrimal Prepared Spells DC 22, attack +14; 2nd animal form, animal messenger, speak with animals; 1st grease, jump, magic fang; Cantrips (2nd) dancing lights, guidance, produce flame, stabilize, tanglefoot
Druid Order Spells DC 22, 1 Focus Point; 1st heal animal
Trained Animal The beast tamer fights alongside a trained animal ally of its level or lower, most likely a tiger. The animal has the standard number of actions, uses its normal stat block, and counts toward the encounter's XP budget normally.
The beast tamer can spend 1 action to gain the support benefit appropriate to its trained animal. Unlike for an animal companion, this doesn't require the animal to use any of its actions.

All Monsters in "Performers"

NameLevel
Acrobat2
Beast Tamer4
Dancer1
Troubadour3

Performers

Source Gamemastery Guide pg. 236
Performances can serve as entertainment, expressions of beauty, or part of a shared culture.

Sidebar - Advice and Rules Let's See A Show

Prices for a night's entertainment are per head and can be far higher for world-class performers. Circus 1 sp; Dance 2 cp social, 6 cp stage performance, 1 gp high-society ball; Stage Play 6 cp small theater, 1 sp major theater; Opera 5 gp general admission, 20 gp box seats; Music 5 cp troubadours, 2 sp orchestra; Street Performance tips of 1–2 cp.