This skill covers your character’s ability to influence someone through threats, physical violence, and other hostile actions.
This skill helps your character stay upright in precarious situations, such as trying to balance on a tightrope, run across slippery ice, or stay upright on a high tree branch in a nasty storm.
This skill covers your character’s abil¬ity to conceal himself from enemies, slip away without being noticed, sneak past guards, or con¬ceal something on him.
This skill covers your character’s abili¬ty to take something from someone else without them noticing, as well as knowledge of bypassing locks, doors, and other barriers.
This skill covers your character’s ability to use his body to overcome physical obstacles, such as by climbing them, jumping over them, or swimming through them.
This skill represents your character’s ability to recall information and lore about magic, spells, masterwork relics, and the like, as well as read the language of the Old Ones.
This skill helps your char¬acter understand the nuances of dog society (such as the intricacies of the royal court), or to understand a different culture entirely. While all the uplifted species speak the same core language, Know Culture will allow your dog to understand a particular culture’s lexicon, secret codes, or euphemisms.
This skill represents your character’s ability to recall information about historical events, legendary people, and some of the more common myths of the lost civilizations of Man.
This skill represents your character’s ability to recall information about terrain, plants, animals, the weather, and nat¬ural cycles.
This skill represents your character’s ability to recall information about the Church of Man, rites and prayers, religious histo¬ry, and even the religions of other nations.
This skill covers your char¬acter’s ability to calm down a domesticated ani¬mal, assure your mount isn’t spooked by nearby danger, or discern an animal’s intentions.
This skill covers your character’s abili¬ty to stabilize a dying companion or diagnose an illness.
This skill covers your character’s awareness of his surroundings, noticing sudden changes in the environment, and his overall keenness of sense. Dogs value sight and smell equally, and sometimes a distinct smell is more useful than what a dog can see.
This skill helps your character as he actively looks or smells for clues or hidden items, as well as deduce where they might be found. It’s different from Notice because the character is ac¬tively looking instead of reacting to stimuli.
This skill helps your character determine someone’s true intentions. Whether uncovering a lie or predicting her actions, the dog observes his target’s body language, speech patterns, and mannerisms to learn the truth.
This skill represents your charac¬ter’s ability to follow tracks, hunt game, identify signs that enemies live nearby, predict the weath¬er, or avoid natural hazards.
This skill helps your character to convincingly hide the truth. Whether verbally or through his actions, he can mislead others by ambiguity or outright lies.
This skill covers how well your character can please and delight an audience, whether it’s by storytelling, acting, dancing, mu¬sic, or some other form of entertainment.
This skill represents your character’s ability to influence someone through tact, social grace, diplomacy, or a generally positive nature.