A student of an elven guild or naturally adept with the power of the mind, the Psi Paths can enhance the self and wield these mental powers against others.
The following are the first three of nine Psi Paths, with the powers listed for each Path, the type of action needed to use the power, and a description of the power, including how often a character can use the power.
An Egoistís training of self awareness and body control turns his hands and feet into weapons, while controlling his pain.
Psychometabolism (free): Once per encounter, an Egoist can increase his Life Points by his rank.
Unarmed Attack (attack): An Egoist can make a melee attack against a creature. The Unarmed Attack inflicts 1d10 + rank damage.
Unarmed Flurry (free): Once per encounter, an Egoist can make an extra Unarmed Attack during his attack action.
Others can literally feel an Empathís pain as he transfers pain to others and damages their psyche.
Ill Fate (attack): Once per encounter, an Empath can make a melee or ranged attack against one creature. The Empath adds his rank to the attack roll and the Ill Fate attack inflicts 1d10 + rank psychic damage and the creature takes a -1 penalty on its next attack roll and the Empath gains a +1 bonus on his next attack roll.
Sympathic Transfer (interrupt): Once per adventure, when an Empath takes damage, the creature that damaged him takes the same amount and type of damage.
A Kinetist can control the energies around himself for defense and manipulate the energies around others to move them.
Force Push (attack): Once per encounter, a Kinetist can make a melee or ranged attack against one creature. The Kinetist adds his rank to the attack roll and the Force Push attack inflicts 1d10 + rank force damage and the creature is knocked prone.
Force Screen (free): Once per encounter, a Kinetist can increase his Armor Points by his rank.
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