Fame and Reputation

Rules and uses for Prestige Points are here.

Within their Sphere of Influence, PCs may spend Prestige Points for various bonuses. A few representative bonuses are:

Hero’s Luck (1 PP, minimum Fame 1): You gain a +4 luck bonus on a single skill check. You must use this award before you attempt the check in question.

Wanderer (Title, 1 PP, minimum Fame 10): The long time you’ve spent on the road with fellow travelers has enhanced your knack for picking up local customs. Knowledge (local) becomes a class skill for you as long as you have this title.

Favored Territory (Title, 5 PP, minimum Fame 20): Choose a 100-square-mile region within your Sphere of Influence. This is now your favored territory, and you gain a +2 bonus on Diplomacy checks within that territory. When your Fame reaches 30, you can select this title a second time, gaining a second favored territory and increasing the bonus in your first favored territory to +4. When your Fame reaches 55, you can select this title a third time, gaining a third favored territory and increasing the bonus in your first favored territory to +6 and in your second to +4.

More uses for Prestige Points are listed in the rules on the Pathfinder SRD.

The current Sphere of Influence for the Children of Westcrown:
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PCs’ current Fame / Prestige Points:
Abhas: 3 / ##
Gee: 2 / ##
Jade: 5 / ##
Vengrim: 3 / ##
Vern: 2 / ##

Fame and Reputation

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