You specialize in the supernatural, having spent a significant portion of your life researching the esoteric nature of magical phenomena and their place in the world. Your study may have taken place in the hallowed halls of reputable universities, on the road with eager eyes, or through the avenue of oral tradition. Your view of the occult may be naturalistic, religious, or anything in-between. Regardless of your theorizing, you demonstrate practical competency on matters beyond the mundane.
Skill Proficiencies: Arcana, Nature
Tool Proficiencies: Artisan's Tools (Alchemist's Supplies)
Languages: Celestial or Sylvan.
Equipment: A hiking stick, a set of traveler's clothes, a small occult chapbook, notes on your studies, an esoteric charm, and a belt pouch containing 10 gp.
To determine your specialty in the occult sciences, roll a d4 or choose from the options below.
Experience, training, and occasional extrasensory insight assist you with the investigation of unearthly mysteries. If you cannot find a clue regarding a topic of supernatural significance, you often get an inkling of where you could uncover more information regarding the topic. This information applies to all potential sources of knowledge, including hidden locations or living people, but only when the occult is the key subject. Your DM may rule that actually accessing such information may be difficult, or that your intuition simply fails you on that occasion.
Supernaturalists tend to be of the inquisitive sort, and such curiosity may itself give way to obsession. The drive for such knowledge could be for its own sake, though many also display a preoccupation with the accumulation of personal power or academic notoriety. Focused as they are on things beyond nature, supernaturalists may come across as odd or marginal to outsiders, though just as many lead rather normal lives outside of their unusual profession.