Archives of Nethys

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Familiar Details | Familiar Options | Archetypes

Pilferer

Source Ultimate Wilderness pg. 212, Animal Archive pg. 20 (Amazon)
Some familiars are stealthy pilferers that perform tricks of thievery or simple spying on their master’s behalf.

Pilferer Skills: A pilferer treats Disable Device, Escape Artist, and Sleight of Hand as class skills.

Improved Steal (Ex): A pilferer gains Improved Steal as a bonus feat.

This replaces alertness.

Nondetection (Su): A pilferer is under the constant effect of nondetection with a caster level equal to its master’s class level. The DC of the caster level check to penetrate this nondetection effect is equal to 15 + the master’s caster level.

This replaces improved evasion.

Sneak (Ex): At 3rd level, a pilferer gains a competence bonus equal to half its master’s class level on Sleight of Hand and Stealth checks.

This replaces deliver touch spells.

Greater Steal (Ex): At 9th level, a pilferer gains Greater Steal as a bonus feat.

This replaces speak with animals of its kind.