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Kineticist Class Details | Elements | Wild Talents | Archetypes

Purging Flame

Source Occult Realms pg. 9
Element fire; Type utility (Sp); Level 6; Burn 1
You can purge yourself or another with flame, removing all impurities. This functions as break enchantment on a single target. The target must be willing and takes 2 points of fire damage per character level as well as 1 point of burn (you do not need to accept burn unless you are the target). You can use this ability even when affected by an effect that denies you actions, so long as this effect is one that break enchantment could remove. If you burn rare incense or igneous rocks from Mount Kumijinja worth 100 gp or 1,000 gp as part of using purging flame, your target also benefits from restoration, as if the spell were cast using diamonds of equal value as a material component.


See the book Occult Realms for more information on elemental saturation and attunements.

A pyrokineticist must impress Mount Kumijinja’s mighty kami. This might involve an appropriate gift or a successful DC 30 Diplomacy check attempted by the kineticist or by an ally who speaks Ignan and Senzar. If she impresses the kami, the kineticist is immediately affected as if using the purging flame wild talent and can learn that wild talent.