Pathfinder 2 – Class Reference
Class – Rogue
Updated Class Features:
Unarmed Attack Proficiency and Benefits
Errata 1.0 – 2019-10-30
- For any class feature that improves the proficiency rank or grants the critical specialization effect access for simple weapons or a specific set of weapons, that ability also grants that benefit for unarmed attacks.
- (5th) Weapon Tricks: You have become thoroughly familiar with the tools of your trade. You gain expert proficiency in simple weapons and unarmed attack, as well as the rapier, sap, shortbow, and shortsword. When you critically succeed at an attack roll against a flat-footed creature while using an agile or finesse simple weapon or any of the listed weapons, you apply the critical specialization effect for the weapon you’re wielding.
- (7th) Weapon Specialisation: You’ve learned how to inflict greater injuries with the weapons you know best. You deal 2 additional damage with weapons and unarmed attacks in which you are an expert. This damage increases to 3 damage if you’re a master, and 4 damage if you’re legendary.
- (13th) Master Tricks: You’ve mastered a rogue’s fighting moves. Your proficiency ranks increase to master for all simple weapons and unarmed attack plus the rapier, sap, shortbow, and shortsword.
(13th) Improved Evasion
Errata 1.0 – 2019-10-30
- You elude danger to a degree that few can match. Your proficiency rank for Reflex saves increases to legendary. When you roll a critical failure on a Reflex save, you get a failure instead. When you roll a failure on a Reflex save against a damaging effect, you take half damage.
1st Level – Nimble Dodge (rb-cr-183), Trap Finder (rb-cr-183), Twin Feint (rb-cr-183), You’re Next (rb-cr-183),
2nd Level – Brutal Beating (rb-cr-183), Distracting Feint (rb-cr-183), Minor Magic (see below), Mobility (rb-cr-184), Quick Draw (rb-cr-184), Unbalancing Blow (rb-cr-184)
4th Level – Battle Assessment (rb-cr-184), Dead Striker (rb-cr-184), Magical Trickster (rb-cr-185), Poison Weapon (see below), Reactive Pursuit (rb-cr-185), Sabotage (rb-cr-185), Scout’s Warning (rb-cr-186),
6th Level – Gang Up (rb-cr-186), Light Step (rb-cr-186), Skirmish Strike (rb-cr-186), Twist the Knife (rb-cr-186),
8th Level – Blind-Fight (rb-cr-186), Delay Trap (rb-cr-186), Improved Poison Weapon (rb-cr-187), Nimble Roll (rb-cr-187), Oppostune Backstab (rb-cr-187), Sidestep (rb-cr-187), Sly Striker (rb-cr-187),
10th Level – Precise Debilitations (rb-cr-187), Sneak Savant (rb-cr-187), Tactical Debilitations (rb-cr-187), Vicious Debilitations (rb-cr-187),
12th Level – Critical Debilitations (rb-cr-187), Fantastic Leap (rb-cr-188), Felling Shot (rb-cr-188), Reactive Interference (rb-cr-188), Spring from the Shadows (rb-cr-188),
14th Level – Defensive Roll (rb-cr-188), Instinctive Opening (rb-cr-188), Leave an Opening (rb-cr-188), Sense the Unseen (rb-cr-188),
16th Level – Blank Slate (rb-cr-188), Cloud Step (rb-cr-188), Cognitive Loophole (rb-cr-188), Dispelling Slice (rb-cr-189), Perfect Distraction (rb-cr-189),
18th Level – Implausible Infiltration (rb-cr-189), Powerful Sneak (rb-cr-189), Trickster’s Ace (rb-cr-189),
20th Level – Hidden Paragon (rb-cr-189), Impossible Striker (rb-cr-189), Reactive Distraction (rb-cr-189),
- Source: Core Rulebook (rb-cr), Errata 1.0 – 2019-10-30
- Traits: Rogue
- You’ve dabbled in a variety of tricks, gaining minor magical abilities from a particular tradition. Choose arcane, divine, occult, or primal magic, and gain two cantrips from the common cantrips available to that tradition. Your key spellcasting ability is Charisma, and you’re trained in spell attack rolls and DCs for the tradition of your chosen cantrips.
- Source: Core Rulebook () Errata 1.0 – 2019-10-30
- Traits: Manipulate, Rogue
- Actions: One Standard Action
- Requirements: You are wielding a piercing or slashing weapon.
- You apply a poison to the required weapon. If your next attack with that weapon before the end of your next turn hits and deals damage, it applies the effects of the poison, provided that poison can be delivered by contact or injury. If you critically fail the attack roll, the poison is wasted as normal.
- Special: During your daily preparations, you can prepare a number of simple injury poisons equal to your rogue level. These poisons deal 1d4 poison damage. Only you can apply these poisons properly, and they expire the next time you prepare.
Quick Copy Examples
- Hit Points – 8 plus Con
- Key Ability – Dex or Other by Racket
- Perception (E)
- Saving Throws – Fortitude (T), Reflex (E), Will (E)
- Skills – Stealth (T), Racket Skill, Trained in 7 plus Int skills
- Attacks – Simple Weapons, Rapier, Sap, Shortbow, Shortsword, Unarmed Attacks.
- Defences – Light Armour (T), Unarmoured Defence (T)
- Rogue Class DC (T)
- Rogue Racket –
- Sneak Attack –
- Rogue Feat –
- Skill Feat –
- Ancestry Feat –
- Background Feat –
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