If you mean that you're going to say "But.... No," then, by that, do you mean that it is considered cheesing for PC's to know any lanugages other than Common? Because, that's what refusing to acknowledge anything I just said would mean.
Excuse me? Well, if that's the tone you like, here's the full explination
Wizards/Sorcerers can possess thier familiars. Therefore, couldn't an arcanist use thier familiar to "reach out" to someone else? This would be done, presumeably, by clawed messages unless the familiar had mouthparts that could in theory be used for speach.
This has been covered already in this thread. I don't see why you are bringing it up again.
A familiar will not change psyiologically just because a wizard possess it.
What does that mean? As has already been covered, No you cannot speak common through your familiar, unless it already has language capabilities, which has been covered elsewhere too so don't bring it up.
Yes, a possessed familiar would be able to reach out with gestures, attention-getting techniques because the wizard (with his vast INT score) is controlling the movements of the creature.
This however, does not mean that a familiar will be writing beautiful, flowing script on cave walls or sandy places. Their appendages will still limit their ability to form recognizable letters and should be taken into account.
As for "no speak language skill= cheesing" bit: that skill isn't the only way to have languages other than common. Some (most, actually) races get languages other than common automatically (elves, elven, orcs orcish, etc.) and at character creation, a character gets one bonus language per point of intelligence bonus, chosen from a list specific to their race and/or class. Humans can chose any nonsecret language as a bonus language. Clerics get the alignment-related Plannar languages (Abyssal, Infernal, Celestial) as possible choices, Wizards gain Draconic.
Hmm, I don't remember seeing that when I created any of my characters.
Remember, we try to do as much as we can to make Avlis like PnP, but some things are not possible. This is one of them.
Picking languages at first level that your character "knows" because you min/maxed your INT score to 18 is cheesing. <-- Notice the period
Ignoring these alternate non skill point based ways of learning languages would mean that, in essance, no PC can ever be allowed to know any language other than common, period. Afterall, for them to would be cheesing.
Stop being a rules laywer.
Re-read number 5