I need a PARROT!

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Hi there,
i am playing a dwarf fighter who reached the 11th level recently. I took the Sword Coast Corsair paragon path but to round out the picture i need a parrot.
I've checked the multiclass feats for Ranger, Druid and Shaman but none of them gives me a parrot.
Any ideas?
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Parrot is an Arcane Familiar found in Dragon 374. I'd go with Swordmage multiclass if you're a Fighter.

Happy Gaming
Parrot is an Arcane Familiar found in Dragon 374. I'd go with Swordmage multiclass if you're a Fighter.

Happy Gaming



Thanks for the tip. Fortunately the dwarf has enough Int to get any arcane multiclass feat. i've took the feat for the artificer to get more self healings if i defend. I retrained one feat for Arcane Familiar und voila i have a pirate with a parrot...Cool
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The Si'Tak (?) is a telepathic parrot too IIRC.
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You might just choose a different kind of bird, mechanically... a raven, perhaps... about the same size as a parrot, and capable of 'parrotting' human speech. Just re-flavor it and voila.. polly wanna cracker!
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Easy! Have your character take the Animal Master Theme found in Dragon #399

The Animal Master gives you a choice of the following as a pet: cat, dog, hawk, monkey, or raven.

The theme also states that: "With your DM’s consent, you can substitute any similar creature for these choices; for example, an otter would be much like a cat with a skill bonus for swimming instead

I've personally seen
 in a pirate-themed campaign that I DM, one of my players take this theme and re-fluff the Hawk as the Parrot and it works just fine. (Distracting Attack is a nice theme power and feature!)

I do have to say that I agree with Sir Joe that a Raven might be a better fit as far as an intelligent bird goes, but really it's up to you!


If you just want a parrot for show and flavor, you don't need to represent it mechanically.  You just have a parrot.