Bravery – Constitution & Charisma
Social Skill [Defensive]
"Come, friends! That towering, impressively intimidating Dragon isn't going to slay itself!'"
——--Galen Whitefen, Paladin
Bravery represents belief in oneself and the ability to stand up against fear. Someone with high bravery is not easily bullied, and so it serves as a defense against the Coercion skill and prevents increases in Fear Disposition. In controlling fear, people also tend to control anger, allowing Bravery to serve as a substitute for Tolerance. Believing in oneself makes a person more self-reliant and less likely to trust others, allowing Bravery to serve as a substitute for Suspicion.
Common Uses of the Aloofness Skill