City Dweller (5e Feat)
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Spending so much time in villages, towns, and cities observing and exploring everyday life has given you the following benefits:
- You have advantage on Wisdom (Perception) and Intelligence (Investigation) checks made to find shops, people, and political power houses.
- By picking up the people’s subtle talk of rumors, guilds, and unusual places, if you’ve been in a town more than 20 mins you can identify the bad sections of town, the prevalent guilds and guild rivalries, and messenger services if any.
- You also have a passive perception of +4 to notice pickpockets, secret passages, secret hand-offs, and dirty dealings.