Sorry anyone had to read the previous rules at all. I see my gaming group were a bunch of nasty power-gamers and bad people in general which I will expand on greatly in time for my own enjoyment. I am also sorry to Diamond Throne the website whose combat rites I remember I heisted for this system. I will list you as the source when I get to combat rites.
Use the Getting Started chapter in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
Use the Races chapter in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
Use the Classes from the Classes Chapter of d20 Fusion.
Use the Skills chapter from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
You can use one skill point to invest in two knowledges, crafts, or professions.
Use the Feats chapter found in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
Use the feats found in the Pathfinder SRD as well as Pathfinder’s many Books
Use the Equipment chapter in Monte Cook’s Arcana Evolved A Variant Player’s Handbook and from the Equipment chapter of d20 Fusion
Use the Magic chapter and the Spells and Combat Rites chapter in Monte Cook’s Arcana Evolved a Variant Player’s Handbook and also use the Arcana Evolved Spell Treasury.
If you do not like Truenames then ignore any effects reliant upon them.
Your caster level is always assumed to be equal to your character level.
You can cast 0th level spells an unlimited number of times per day.
Use the Magic Items found in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook as well as Pathfinder's many books.
Use the Additional Rules and Combat chapter from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
The alignment system will no longer be used. Any damage reduction that requires Lawful or Chaotic weapons to bypass will now be DR/Cold Iron for bypassing DR/Lawful and DR/Silver for bypassing DR/Chaotic. Any damage reduction that requires DR/Good or DR/Evil will now be ignored.
Here is a new special action that anyone can do:
Aim - You spend a movement action aiming at a target to gain a +2 bonus to your next ranged attack roll against this target but your single minded concentration causes you to have a -2 penalty to AC until your next turn.
Use the Environment chapter found in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook
- Use the Gamemastering chapter in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook