Not all occultists derive their power from psychic impressions left on objects. Some find faith first, and draw out the divine potential in religious relics. Many see these religious scholars as eccentrics or heretics who pilfer holy magic with their bizarre rituals.
Faithful: A reliquarian must worship a deity, and must be within one step of her deity’s alignment, along either the law/chaos axis or the good/evil axis. A reliquarian is proficient with her deity’s favored weapon in addition to her normal weapon and armor proficiencies.
Spells: A reliquarian’s spells are considered divine spells, not psychic spells. The reliquarian’s spells use verbal components instead of thought components, and somatic components instead of emotional components, and she uses a sacred implement as a divine focus.
This ability alters the occultist’s spells.
Additionally, the reliquarian adds the domain’s spells to her occultist spell list and her spells known.
A reliquarian learns only the base focus power from one implement school at 1st level. She gains additional focus powers as normal.
This ability alters focus powers.
A reliquarian gains one implement school at 1st level. Additionally, the reliquarian gains a relic of her god, typically a holy symbol of significant age, a fixture from a lost temple, or bone or hair from a prominent historical figure of the religion. This grants the reliquarian access to one of her deity’s domains, as detailed above. Without this implement, the reliquarian cannot use her domain powers and must succeed at a concentration check to cast spells from her domain. All of a reliquarian’s future implements must be somehow representative of her faith.
This ability modifies implements.
A reliquarian gains one orison, or 0-level divine spell, each time she selects an implement school (including when she again selects a school that she has already learned to use.) These orisons otherwise behave as an occultist’s knacks.
This ability replaces knacks.
This ability modifies mental focus.
Pathfinder Player Companion: Occult Origins © 2015, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Robert Brookes, Ben McFarland, Jason Nelson, and Mark Seifter.