Few woodsmen specialize so thoroughly in the trade as the scout. Where most barbarians and rangers work hard to perfect their martial skills, the scout sacrifices martial focus in exchange for superior powers of stealth and observation. Skilled as any rogue in finding and disarming traps, fast on her feet as any barbarian and capable of vanishing instantly into the undergrowth, the scout is intended to perform one role and one role best- fast reconnaissance.

What few true scouts exist are either bordermen brought up to watch and report on the activities of goblinoid bands in the foothills or those few elite Forest Troopers trained for point duty by the city-state's army. The Northwall Range produces a large proportion of such troopers, with the beast-infested peaks proving a constant source of danger to the tough coastal folk that eke out a living in their shadow.

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