- Category: Feats
- Published on Monday, 26 March 2012 13:29
- Written by Aaron Hollingsworth
By expending 3 uses of Touch of Corruption on a helpless target who is conscious, you deal 2d6 ability damage to one mental ability (Int, Wis, or Cha) and one physical ability (Str, Dex, or Con) of your choice to a minimum score of 1. An atrocity takes 10 minutes to perform and the antipaladin must be in constant physical contact with the target. The target gets no save. Atrocities by themselves do not deal wound damage or impart cruelties on the target. If the antipaladin lets the target live to endure the results of the atrocity, they gain a +1 morale bonus to attack, damage, and save rolls for one hour afterward. An atrocity can be performed a number of times per day as the antipaladin's Cha modifier. Atrocity bonuses cannot stack with each other.
Author's Note: Since Pathfinder is a game meant for ages 14 and up, the exact details of the atrocity need not be named or explained in gross detail. Let's just assume that the target is having a very bad day.
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