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presents all of the nonweapon proficiencies relevant to the ranger from the , along with descriptions of a few new ones and clarifications of some old ones.

Table 55 lists all of the nonweapon proficiencies normally available to the ranger, which includes all of the proficiencies associated with the warrior, wizard, and general groups. Rangers may also acquire proficiencies from the priest and rogue groups

entries are new proficiencies described in this chapter. entries require the player to select a specific area of specialization. For instance, a ranger proficient in artistic ability must specialize in one particular art form, such as painting, sculpture, or origami. Spending another slot on this proficiency allows him to improve an already chosen art form, or to pick another one.

Entries marked with an asterisk (*) are proficiencies with special applications for rangers, explained in the Clarifications and Modifications section.

Agriculture

Animal Handling* Animal Lore

Armorer

Astrology Blacksmithing Blind- ighting

Bowyer/Fletcher Brewing

Carpentry Charioteering Cobbling Cooking Dancing Direction Sense

Endurance

described in Chapter 5 of the proficiency slot above the listed number.

, but at a cost of one additional

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