Cat Burglar

The abilities of the cat can make for a formidable rogue, able to climb into windows with ease and depending on their feline luck to land safely after the crime is committed.

The following rogue archetype can only be taken by catfolk (although a character of another bestial race who trains with a catfolk mentor may qualify, at the GM’s discretion).

Nimble Climber

When you choose this archetype at 3rd level, you gain proficiency in Athletics checks to climb. In addition, you gain the ability to climb faster than normal; climbing no longer costs you extra movement. If you fall, you take damage from falling as if the fall were 20 feet shorter than it actually is.

Lethal claws

Starting at 3rd level, your claws can be lethal. You become proficient with claw blades. If using claw blades or your natural claws as part of a sneak attack, you use d8s to roll your sneak attack damage instead of d6s.

Single-Minded Appraiser

At 9th level, you become skilled at quickly determining the most valuable object in the room. You gain advantage on Intelligence rolls to determine the value of a precious object.

In addition, once per turn you can make an Intelligence check to determine the most valuable item within sight.

Disarming Luck

At 13th level, you have become a master of disarming traps and opening locks. You gain advantage on Dexterity checks for Sleight of Hand and to Disable Devices. In addition, once per day, when you attempt to disable a device and fail, you can reroll the check as a bonus action. You must take the result of the second roll, even if it is worse.

When a trap or device that allows a Reflex save would affect you, you gain advantage on the Reflex save.

Like a Ghost

At 17th level, you can vanish without a trace. Once per day, you gain the ability to turn invisible, as the Invisibility spell.

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