Mythic Time Thief Options

The time thief class can be located in The Genius Guide to the Time Thief, from Rogue Genius Games, and can also be found online at d20pfsrd.com.

The mythic time thief is a manipulator of chronal forces who is able to bring years of planning to every moment of her life.

Mythic Mote of Time (frequency)

The time thief adds her mythic tier to the number of motes of time she gains per day.

Mythic Mote of Time (power)

The time thief adds 1/3 her mythic tier (minimum +1) to the bonus she gains from using a mote of time.

Mythic Temporal Talents

A time thief must have a temporal talent in order to select it as a mythic temporal talent. The benefits of mythic temporal talents are detailed below.

Mythic Evasion (temporal)

The time thief can expend a use of mythic power and a mote of time as an immediate or swift action to jump forward in time just long enough to avoid an attack or instantaneous effect or spell. The time thief may wait until immediately after the attack or effect has been resolved to use this ability. An avoided attack or effect does not affect the time thief in any way.

Mythic Improved Uncanny Dodge

The time thief adds half her mythic tier (minimum +1) to the number of rogue levels a creature must have to be able to flank her.

Mythic Old Wounds

The target of the old wounds ability also heals hit points and ability damage as if a number of days have passed equal to the time thief’s mythic tier.

Mythic Steady Hand

The time thief can spend a mote of time to use the steady hand ability even if she has already spent a mote of time this round. If the skill check is one she would be allowed to take 20 on if she had 5 minutes of uninterrupted time, she may take 20 rather than take 10 when she uses this ability.

Mythic Steal Fate

The time thief can expend a use of mythic energy to bestow curse as a spell-like ability, using her class level as the caster level.

Mythic Steal Time

The time thief can steal time as a full-round action without expending a mote of time. Her bonus to attack, damage, and skill rolls is equal to the number of targets she has staggered with this ability.

Mythic Trapfinding

The time thief has an amazingly sharp eye for details. She may search for something (such as a trap or hidden creature) as a swift action.

Mythic Trap Spotter

If an ally the time thief can see, who is within 60 feet of her, comes within 10 feet of a trap, she receives an immediate Perception check to notice the trap. This check is made in secret by the GM. If successful, the time thief notices the trap before the ally can trigger it, and may shout a warning as a free action (even if it is not the time thief’s turn).

Mythic Uncanny Dodge

Against attacks from non-mythic sources, the time thief is never considered to be flat-footed or to have lost her Dex bonus to AC unless she is helpless.

Mythic Aevum (frequency)

The time thief adds half her mythic tier (minimum +1) to her aevum per day.

Mythic Aevum (power)

A time thief must have an aevum ability to gain the mythic powered version of that aevum ability. The benefit of mythic aevum abilities is detailed below.

Mythic Bolt Time

Once per use of bolt time, the time thief may either treat a successful attack as a coup de grace on the target (this does not provoke an attack of opportunity), or dimension door as the spell using her class level as the caster level, and without losing her actions after she does so.

Mythic Entropy

When the time thief strikes a creature with her entropy attack, she can expend a use of mythic power to cause it to make a Fortitude save (DC 10 +the time thief’s Charisma bonus + her mythic tier) or suffer physical infirmity from aging, losing 2 points of Strength, Dexterity and Constitution for 24 hours. Multiple entropy attacks using this option do not increase this penalty, but each does increase its duration for 24 hours. Only effects that can remove penalties for aging can restore the lost ability scores.

Mythic Personal Time

The time thief can rewind her one round of action twice when using personal time.

Mythic Shatter Time

The time thief can steal slivers of unused time of important creatures killed before the end of their natural lifespan. When a creature with no fewer HD than half the time thief’s level dies (or is destroyed, for undead and constructs) adjacent to the time thief, she regains one mote of time. This does not apply to creatures that are not truly killed, such as summoned monsters. The time thief cannot exceed her normal maximum motes of time.

Mythic Temporal Stasis

The time thief adds one third her mythic tier (minimum +1) to the save DC of her temporal stasis.

Mythic Time Cross

The time thief can force the target of her time cross to reroll twice, rather than just once.

Mythic Time Stop

The time thief can keep using the time stop ability as long as she has aevum to do so.

Mythic Advanced Talents

A time thief must have an advanced talent in order to select it as a mythic advanced talent. The benefits of mythic advanced talents are detailed below.

Mythic Back to the Future

Once per day, the time thief can spend two motes of time to do extensive research on a question in the future, and send the information back to herself. This ability functions as contact other plane, using the time thief’s class level as the caster level.

Mythic Butterfly Effect

Once per day the time thief can spend two motes of time to call on resources, allies, and even friendly spellcasters she will have access to in the far future to effect changes in the present. This functions as limited wish, using the time thief’s class level as the caster level. If this is used to create any permanent object, the time thief must pay its full value (since she bought it in the future using her present money).

Mythic Déjà Vu

Once per day by spending two motes of time, a time thief can bring a skilled expert to her present time to perform a specific act, then erase the time required for the expert to do so, resulting in just the act being immediately performed. The time thief can make a single Int-, Wis-, or Cha-based skill check with a result equal to 20 + her class level. A time thief must take mythic steady hand before she can take mythic déjà vu.

Mythic Retroactive (Su)

Once per day by spending two motes of time, a time thief can bring a skilled team of assistants to her present time to assist her in accomplishing a specific act, then erase the time required for the team to do so, resulting in just the act being immediately performed. The time thief can make a single Str-, Dex-, or Con-based skill check with a result equal to 20 + her class level.

A time thief must take mythic steady hand before she can take mythic retroactive.

Mythic Time After Time

The time thief may now spend motes three times per round, if she wishes.

Mythic Time Bandit

The time thief can recover tiny fragments of time from larger slices of time she uses or momentous events she brings about. Each time she spends an aevum or expends a use of mythic power, she regains one mote of time. She cannot exceed her normal maximum motes of time.

Mythic Time to Kill

The time thief selects one rogue talent that alters sneak attack per two mythic tiers (minimum one talent). The time thief must meet the talent’s prerequisites, using her class level as her rogue level. When she uses time to kill, she may modify it using her selected rogue talents.

Mythic Time Runner

Once per day, the time thief can spend two motes of time to move backward and forward through time to travel in times when obstacles in her path either have long since been destroyed, or have not yet come into existence. This ability functions as greater teleport, using the time thief’s class level as the caster level.

Mythic Time Killer

Once per day the time thief can expend two uses of mythic power to move sideways through time to find alternate versions of creatures that have died, and restore their soul and spirit of the current timeline into vacated bodies of alternate timelines where only their physical bodies survived. This functions as reincarnation, using the time thief’s class level as the caster level. If the time thief is killed, there is a 50% chance she can use this ability on herself, travelling through time in the split second before her death to arrange for an alternate body for herself.

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