|Region||Any, particularly rural Varisia, Qadira, and the Five Kings Mountains, and among Kellid, Mwangi, and Shoanti tribes|
|Iconic character||Shardra Geltl|
|Images of shamans|
Source: Advanced Class Guide, pg(s). 35ff.
- This article describes the shaman hybrid class. For the Mwangi philosophy of shamanism, please see shamanism.
Shamans deal in the spirits and energies that surround and infuse the world around them, forming powerful bonds with them and invoking them for their powers, often in the form of a spirit companion.
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Shamans are common among many human tribes, who revere their connection to spirits, as well as in rural communities as healers and spiritual leaders.
Other regions where shamans are esteemed include:
- the Crown of the World, where Erutaki sky readers interpret the shifting aurora
- the Five Kings Mountains, where rivethun shamans are part of a growing spiritual reawakening among dwarves
- Icemark, where some shamans lead Varki tribes
- the Zenj tribes of the Mwangi Expanse, where shamans are considered vital spiritual defenders key to survival
- Nidal, where shamans speak to spirits in its many shadows
- the Kellid tribes of the Realm of the Mammoth Lords, where mammoth spirits are especially potent allies
- the Shoanti tribes of Varisia, where they also serve as diplomats and mediators between tribes
- among lizardfolk, where shamans often lead the tribes' animistic religion
There are no known restrictions on the race of a shaman.
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- ↑ Jason Bulmahn. (2013). Advanced Class Guide Playtest, p. 26. Paizo Publishing, LLC.
- ↑ Dennis Baker, et al. (2014). Advanced Class Origins, p. 4. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-674-4
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Dennis Baker, et al. (2014). Advanced Class Origins, p. 17. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-674-4
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Dennis Baker, et al. (2014). Advanced Class Origins, p. 16. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-674-4
- ↑ James L. Sutter. (2008). Lizardfolk. Classic Monsters Revisited, p. 35. Paizo Publishing, LLC. ISBN 978-1-60125-079-7