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A Seeker must spend a full hour each day in silent meditation. This hour must always occur at the same time of day, such as the first hour of dawn or at high noon; once decided, it can never be changed. If a Seeker neglects to mediate or is interrupted more than once (for more than a total of two rounds), he suffers a -1 penalty to all ability checks and attack rolls the following day.

Every Seeker has a sacred animal that symbolizes his ideals. A Seeker's sacred animal at the same time he is determined at the same time as the species enemy. The player selects the sacred animal from the options listed in Table 52, subject to the DM's approval; for example, if the Seeker's primary terrain is Arctic, his sacred animal might be the polar bear, the snow leopard, or the seal. A Seeker retains the same sacred animal throughout his career. He cannot acquire a follower of the same species as his sacred animal. The player may choose a sacred animal other than those listed in Table 52, so long as it's different from the Seeker's species enemy.

Aquatic Arctic Desert Forest

Hills Jungle Mountains Plains Swamp

Dolphin, whale, or giant turtle Polar bear, snow leopard, or seal Camel, owl, or hawk Bear (brown or black), wolf, or small mammal (raccoon, fox, squirrel, or rabbit) Bear (black or brown), elk, or wolf Elephant, lion, or chimpanzee Wild eagle, giant eagle, or bear (black or brown) Falcon, horse, or raven Owl, raven, or small mammal (fox, otter, or mouse)

In compliance

with his religious principles, the Seeker has vowed to protect his

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