Achievements

Achievements, or emblems, are special badges that players are able to earn throughout the course of participating in the campaign by accomplishing certain tasks. These tasks can involve both mechanical or story-related requirements, and range from slaying creatures with CR twice your level, to being struck with massive damage on an attack of opportunity.

Earning emblems grant Emblem Points, which can then be spent in order to purchase bonus feats. The first feat purchased in such a manner costs 10 Emblem Points, with subsequent feats costing an additional 10 Emblem Points each (the second one costs 20, the third one costs 30, and so on).

The list below is not all-inclusive as emblems are only added as they are revealed. Some emblems may be worth more than 1 Emblem Point depending upon difficulty, though the point values are not listed below.

6 Million Forms of Communication

Act as the Party Translator.

A Bird in the Hand

Get a worse result on a reroll.

Angel Feather

Get resurrected.

Angel on the Shoulder

Stop a party member from making a very bad decision.

Balancing Act

Raise 3 characteristics to 16 or higher.

Bedside Manner

Stabilize a party member by healing them above half hit points.

Blue Falcon

Get your entire party dragged into trouble.

Clever Girl

Kill a surprised enemy.

Cold Turkey

Return your Corruption score to 0 naturally from at least a week without further corruption.

Devil on the Shoulder

Encourage or convince a party member to make a very bad decision.

Don Quixote

Have a crit fail backfire horribly.

Dracarys

Kill an enemy with an animal.

Finesse

Kill a single enemy with exact damage.

Fly You Fools!

Survive self-sacrificing bullshit.

Fumble!

Critical fail an attack twice in a row.

Good Samaritan

Stabilize party members 10 times

Heroic Heights

Roll a check with a total higher than 30.

I Choose You!

Kill an enemy with a summoned creature.

I Just Had Sex

Get laid.

I Made This

Make a magic item.

I'll Just Go Home Now

Roll two 1s on Advantage.

It's Not a Tumor

Get a permanent deformity.

It's Not Easy Being Green

Change your subrace.

Like Butter

Crit twice in a row.

Jailbreak

Break someone (or yourself) out of a prison or dungeon.

Killing Spree

Crit three times in a row.

Loose Ends

Kill a Nemesis.

Miracle

Evade an attack while at critical hit points.

Mmm, What You Say

Die.

Never Tell Me The Odds

Succeed only because you rolled a 20.

Not Today

Critically fail a death saving throw and survive.

Obliterate

Kill an enemy with a single attack.

Only a Flesh Wound

Be dismembered.

Oops

Destroy an item necessary for a quest.

Opportunity Knocks

Kill an enemy with an attack of opportunity.

Overkill

Roll two 20s on an Advantage roll.

Pacifist

End a Combat Encounter without dealing damage or running away.

Shrug It Off

Take damage from a source you are resistant to.

Sic Semper Tyrannis

Kill a beloved political figure.

Stop Hitting Yourself

Hit 0 HP from an effect caused by yourself.

That Still Only Counts As One

Defeat a Huge or larger creature.

The Better Part of Valor

Flee from a Combat Encounter.

The Bigger They Are

Defeat an enemy of CR equal to half your level in a single turn.

The Dice Have Spoken

Have an enemy reroll a critical hit into a critical hit.

Till Death Do Us Part

Get hitched.

Tubthumping

Hit 0 HP twice in one encounter.

What Is Dead May Never Die

Bring someone back from the dead.

With Friends Like These...

Cause an ally to hit 0 HP.

You Have Got to Be Kidding Me

Reroll a critical fail into a critical fail.

Y'za Noq Mah

Kill 10 aberrations.

Demon Hunter

Kill 10 demons.

Manhunter

Defeat 10 humanoids.

Killer of Men

Defeat 25 humanoids.

Skeleton Smasher

Kill 10 undead.

The Good Stuff

Gain Level 1 Corruption.

I Can Quit When I Want

Gain Level 2 Corruption.

Do the Twist(ing Nether)

Gain Level 3 Corruption.

Dark Secrets

Cast a Forbidden Spell of level 1-3.

Dark Truths

Cast a Forbidden Spell of level 3-6.

Arcane Addicts Anonymous

Recover from a Level 1 Corruption.

Intervention

Recover from a Level 2 Corruption.

I Like This One

Force the GM to create a recurring NPC.

Can We Keep Them

Force the GM to create 3 recurring NPCs.

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