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'''Flexible Plan {{Ex}}:'''  When a 4th level phantom thief ready an action, she does not need to specify the condition under which she will take her readied action.
 
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'''Superiority {{Ex}}:''' A 6th level, when a phantom thief succeed on a ability or skill checks she count the roll as 5 points higher for the purpose of determining the successful result. This bonus does not apply if the check fail or is a draw, only if she achieve at least some degree of success.}}
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'''Superiority {{Ex}}:''' At 6th level, when a phantom thief succeed on a ability or skill checks she count the roll as 5 points higher for the purpose of determining the successful result. This bonus does not apply if the check fail or is a draw, only if she achieve at least some degree of success.}}
  
 
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Phantom Thief

Not all thieves are knaves and thugs, there are those who instead of focusing on combat prowess focus on skillful plays instead. A phantom thief possess much greater skill than a normal rogue, great planning abilities and eventually even learning magical abilities. Unlike most thieves, a phantom thief abide by a code of honor which they take very seriously.

Class: Rogue

Level: 1st-20th

Replaces: Saves, Sneak Attack, Trap Sense

Benefit: A Phantom Thief possess a Good Will saves in addition to her Good Reflex, additionally she gain the following class features:

Code of Honor: A phantom thief possess a strict code she must follow, at the risk of dishonoring herself. Typically it involve three clauses, such as announcing her crime beforehand, not targeting the poor, leaving a calling cards, not committing murder or similar clause. If she violate her code of honor she take a -2 penalty to attack roll, AC and skill checks for 24 hours. She immediately loses the penalty if she repair her misdeed, if possible.

Top Education (Ex): A phantom thief possess top-notch education and skill, she gain 10 + Int skills per level and possess all skill as class skills. In addition she pick three skills, she gain a bonus on those skills equal to half her class level (minimum 1). Whenever she gain a level, she may change a single skill chosen by this ability and substitute it for another skill.

Social Sense: A 3rd level Phantom Thief gain a +2 bonus on Sense Motive and all other creatures take a -1 penalty on Sense Motive against her. This bonus increase by +1 at 6th level and each 3 level thereafter.

Sneak Attack (Ex): As the Rogue class feature, except that the phantom thief gain this class feature at 3rd level. At 8th level and each 5 levels thereafter, she increase her sneak attack damage by +1d6.

Flexible Plan (Ex): When a 4th level phantom thief ready an action, she does not need to specify the condition under which she will take her readied action.

Superiority (Ex): At 6th level, when a phantom thief succeed on a ability or skill checks she count the roll as 5 points higher for the purpose of determining the successful result. This bonus does not apply if the check fail or is a draw, only if she achieve at least some degree of success.



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SummaryNot all thieves are knaves and thugs, ther
Not all thieves are knaves and thugs, there are those who instead of focusing on combat prowess focus on skillful plays instead. A phantom thief possess much greater skill than a normal rogue, great planning abilities and eventually even learning magical abilities. Unlike most thieves, a phantom thief abide by a code of honor which they take very seriously.
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TitlePhantom Thief +