Hot-blooded firebrands—referred to as red tongues in polite company—dominate by swaying emotions in the moment and wielding magic in the shadows.
This ability modifies the raging song and versatile performance abilities.
The fiery outlook of the red tongue imparts instinctual knowledge to invest arcane energy into his proclamations and denouncements. The red tongue gains the following bonus spells known as he reaches the appropriate level to cast each spell: doom (1st), castigate (2nd), charm monster (3rd), denounce (4th), greater command (5th), mass eagle’s splendor (6th).
The red tongue is particularly skilled at provoking others to action, even when ignorant on a subject. He adds 1/2 his skald level on Bluff checks to deceive or conceal his motives and on Intimidate checks to improve a creature’s attitude.
This ability replaces bardic knowledge.
At 7th level, the red tongue learns a rogue talent of his choice, treating his skald level as his rogue level. He cannot select a talent that requires or modifies a class feature he does not have (such as sneak attack), and he must meet all other prerequisites.
This ability replaces the versatile performance selections normally gained at 7th, 12th, and 17th levels.
At 7th level, when a red tongue begins a raging song, he can select a single rogue talent he knows and grant it to all creatures under the influence of his inspired rage. If a rogue talent is limited to a certain number of uses per day, each creature affected is limited to a single use and cannot gain additional uses from a raging song for 24 hours, even if the red tongue ends his raging song and starts again.
Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood of the Beast © 2016, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Alexander Augunas, John Compton, and Crystal Frasier.