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Arcane DefenseEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 73) 

[General

Choose a school of magic, such as illusion. You can resist spells from that school better than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus in the chosen school,

BenefitEdit

You get a +3 bonus on your saving throws against spells from the chosen school.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times, but its effects do not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a new school of magic

Arcane masteryEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 73) 

[General

You are quick and certain in your efforts to defeat the arcane defenses and spells of others.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast arcane spells or use spelllike abilities (including invocations),

BenefitEdit

: You can take 10 on caster level checks (as if the caster level check was a skill check)

Arcane PreparationEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 73) 

[General

You can prepare an arcane spell ahead of time, just as a wizard does.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast arcane spells without preparation,

BenefitEdit

Each day, you can use one or more of your spell slots to prepare spells you know, usually for the purpose of applying a metamagic feat to the spell--but without an increase in its casting time. Preparing a spell uses a spell slot of the appropriate level, and once prepared, that slot can't be used for anything else until the prepared spell is cast.

NormalEdit

Spellcasters who cast arcane spells without preparation (such as sorcerers and bards) who apply a metamagic feat to a spell must cast it as a full-round action instead of a standard action

Automatic Quicken SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 191) 

[Epic

You can cast any of your lesser spells with a moment's thought.

PrerequisiteEdit

Quicken Spell (PH) , Spellcraft 30 ranks, ability to cast 9th-level arcane or divine spells,

BenefitEdit

You can cast all 0-level and 1st-level spells as quickened spells without using higherlevel spell slots. The normal limit to the number of quickened spells you can cast per round applies. Spells with a casting time of more than 1 full round can't be quickened.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time you take it, the spells of your next level can be quickened with no adjustment to their spell slots. Thus, a wizard who took this feat twice could quicken her 0-level through 2nd-level spells with no adjustment to their spell slots. This feat doesn't increase the casting time for those spells that normally require a full-round action to cast in metamagic form (including bard spells, sorcerer spells, and spontaneously cast spells such as a good cleric's cure spells)

Automatic Silent SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 191) 

[Epic

You can cast any of your lesser spells silently.

PrerequisiteEdit

Silent Spell (PH) , Spellcraft 24 ranks, ability to cast 9th-level arcane or divine spells,

BenefitEdit

You can cast all 0-, 1st-, 2nd-, and 3rd-level spells as silent spells without using higher-level spell slots.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time you take it, the spells of your next three highest spell levels can be silenced with no adjustment to their spell slots. Thus, a wizard who took this feat twice could silence his 0- level through 6th-level spells with no adjustment to their spell slots. This feat doesn't increase the casting time for those spells that normally require a full-round action to cast in metamagic form (including sorcerer spells and spontaneously cast spells such as a good cleric's cure spells), but, as with the Silent Spell metamagic feat, bard spells cannot be affected by this feat

Automatic Still SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 191) 

[Epic

You can cast any of your lesser spells without gestures.

PrerequisiteEdit

Still Spell (PH) , Spellcraft 27 ranks, ability to cast 9th-level arcane or divine spells,

BenefitEdit

You can cast all 0-, 1st-, 2nd-, and 3rd-level spells as stilled spells without using higher-level spell slots.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time you take it, the spells of your next three highest spell levels can be stilled with no adjustment to their spell slots. Thus, a wizard who took this feat twice could still her 0-level through 6th-level spells with no adjustment to their spell slots. This feat doesn't increase the casting time for those spells that normally require a full-round action to cast in metamagic form (including bard spells, sorcerer spells, and spontaneously cast spells such as a good cleric's cure spells)

Battle CasterEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 75) 

[General

Building on your existing training allows you to avoid the chance of arcane spell failure when you wear armor heavier than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to ignore arcane spell failure chance from armor,

BenefitEdit

You are able to wear armor one category heavier than you can normally wear while still avoiding the chance of arcane spell failure. For example, if you have the ability to normally wear light armor without incurring a chance of spell failure, you can wear medium armor and continue to cast spells as normal. This ability does not extend to shields, nor does it apply to spells gained from spellcasting classes other than the class that provides the ability to cast arcane spells while in armor

Black Lore of MoilEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 75) 

[Metamagic

Your study of the sinister knowledge and spellcasting techniques of the long-dead Nightlords of Moil makes your necromancy spells especially potent.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (PH) (necromancy) , caster level 7th,

BenefitEdit

Any necromancy spell you cast can be cast instead as a Moilian spell, dealing an extra 1d6 points of negative energy damage +1d6 per two spell levels (+1d6 for 1st-level spells, +2d6 for 2nd- or 3rd-level spells, and so on). If the spell normally allows a saving throw, the target takes half the negative energy damage on a successful save, regardless of the outcome of the save on the spell's normal effect. In addition to its normal spell components, a Moilian spell requires the creation and expenditure of a Moilian runebone-- a small human bone (often a fi nger bone) scribed with carefully prepared arcane markings. Only a character trained in the Black Lore of Moil knows the secrets of creating a runebone, which takes 1 hour to craft and requires special inks and powders costing 25 gp per die of negative energy damage to be generated. For example, a runebone capable of adding 3d6 points of negative energy damage to a spell costs 75 gp to craft. While the maximum negative energy damage dealt by a Moilian spell is based on the spell's level, the actual damage is limited by the runebone. For example, if a sorcerer casts fi nger of death (a 7th-level spell, so normally +4d6) with a 75-gp (3d6) runebone, the spell deals only 3d6 points of additional negative energy damage. A Moilian spell uses a spell slot of the spell's normal level

Born of the Three ThundersEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 76) 

[Metamagic

You have learned to marry the power of lightning and thunder in your electricity and sonic spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Energy Substitution (CAr) (electricity) , Knowledge (nature) 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you cast a spell with either the electricity descriptor or the sonic descriptor that deals hit point damage, you can declare that spell to be a spell of the three thunders, with half its damage dealt as electricity damage and half dealt as sonic damage. In addition, the spell concludes with a mighty thunderclap that stuns all creatures that take damage from the spell for 1 round unless they succeed on a Fortitude save, then knocks stunned creatures prone unless they succeed on a Reflex save (both saves at the same DC as the base spell). Channeling the three thunders is costly, though, and you are automatically dazed for 1 round after doing so. A three thunders spell uses a spell slot of the spell's normal level. In addition, its descriptor changes to include both energy types--for example, a lightning bolt of the three thunders is an evocation [electricity, sonic] spell.

Chain SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 76) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells that arc to other targets in addition to the primary target.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

Any spell that specifies a single target and has a range greater than touch can be chained so as to affect that primary target normally, then arc to a number of secondary targets equal to your caster level (maximum 20). Each arc affects one secondary target chosen by you, all of which must be within 30 feet of the primary target, and none of which can be affected more than once. You can choose to affect fewer secondary targets than the maximum. If the chained spell deals damage, the secondary targets each take half as much damage as the primary target (rounded down) and can attempt Reflex saving throws for half damage (whether the spell allows the original target a save or not). For spells that don't deal damage, the save DCs against arcing effects are reduced by 4. For example, if a 10th-level wizard normally casts cause fear at DC 14, a chained cause fear could target a goblin chieftain at DC 14 and up to ten of his nearby guards at DC 10. A chained spell uses up a spell slot three levels higher than the spell's actual level

Collegiate WizardEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 181) 

[General

You have undergone extensive training in a formal school for wizards.

PrerequisiteEdit

INT 13, Wizard level 1, arcane caster level 1st,

BenefitEdit

You begin play with knowledge of six 1st-level spells plus 1 per point of Intelligence modifier. Each time you gain a wizard level, you may add four spells to your spellbook without additional research. In addition, you gain a +2 bonus on all Knowledge (arcana) checks.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat only as a 1st-level character.

NormalEdit

1st-level wizards begin play with knowledge of three 1stlevel spells, and can add two spells per level to their spellbooks

CommunicatorEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 76) 

[General

You possess a magical understanding of the essence of language.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

An innate talent for magic grants you the following spell-like abilities as a 1st-level caster: 1/day--arcane mark, comprehend languages, message

Cooperative SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 76) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells to greater effect in conjunction with the same spell cast by another individual.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

While the two of you are adjacent, you and another spellcaster with the Cooperative Spell feat can simultaneously cast the same spell at the same time in the round. Add +2 to the save DC of cooperatively cast spells and +1 to caster level checks to beat the target's spell resistance (if any), using the higher base DC and level check of either caster. A cooperative spell uses up a spell slot of the same level as the spell's actual level.

SpecialEdit

For each additional caster with this feat casting the same cooperative spell simultaneously, the spell's save DC and the bonus on the caster level check both increase by 1. When more than two spellcasters cooperatively cast a spell, each must be adjacent to at least two other casters involved in the casting. For example, two wizards and two sorcerers standing in a circle all have Cooperative Spell. The fi rst three in the initiative order ready an action to cast fi reball, casting the spell when the fourth does. The base DC of the spell's save is equal to the highest save DC among the cooperative casters (as determined by relevant ability scores, other feats, special abilities, or items) +4 (+2 for the fi rst cooperative caster and +1 for each of the other two). As well, whoever has the highest caster level determines the base caster level check, which gains a +3 bonus (+1 for each cooperative caster)

Craft Contingent SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Item Creation

You know how to attach semipermanent spells to a creature and set them to activate under certain conditions.

PrerequisiteEdit

Caster level 11th,

BenefitEdit

You can make contingent any spell that you know. Crafting a contingent spell takes one day for each 1,000 gp in its base price (spell level × caster level × 100 gp). To craft a contingent spell, you must spend 1/25 of this base price in XP and use up raw materials costing one-half the base price. Some spells incur extra costs in material components or XP (as noted in their descriptions), which must be paid when the contingent spell is created. See Contingent Spells, page 139, for more information

Delay SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells that take effect after a short delay of your choosing.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

When casting a spell, you set a delay of 1 to 5 rounds before it takes effect. The delay time cannot be changed once set; the spell activates just before your turn on the round you designate. Only area, personal, and touch spells can be affected by this feat. Any decisions you would make about the spell (including attack rolls, designating targets, or determining or shaping an area) are decided when the spell is cast, with any of its effects (including damage and saving throws) decided when the spell triggers. If conditions change during the delay period in ways that would make the spell impossible to cast (the target you designate moves beyond the spell's range, for example), the spell fails. During the delay period, a delayed spell can be dispelled normally, and it can be detected in the area or on the target (as applicable). A delayed spell uses up a spell slot three levels higher than the spell's actual level

Double Wand WielderEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[General

You can activate two wands at the same time.

PrerequisiteEdit

Craft Wand (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

As a full-round action, you can wield a wand in each hand (if you have both hands free), with one wand designated as your primary wand and the other your secondary wand. Each use of the secondary wand expends 2 charges from it instead of 1

Draconic BreathEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Draconic

You can convert your arcane spells into a breath weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, you can change arcane spell energy into a breath weapon of your draconic heritage energy type. The breath weapon is a 30-foot cone (fire or cold) or a 60-foot line (acid or electricity) that deals 2d6 points of damage per level of the spell that you expended to create the effect. Any creature in the area can make a Reflex save (DC 10 + level of the spell used + your Cha modifier) for half damage. This is a supernatural ability

Draconic ClawEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Heritage

You develop the natural weapons of your draconic ancestors.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain claws. You can make a natural attack with your claw, dealing damage based on your size (Small 1d4, Medium 1d6, Large 1d8). In any round when you cast a spell with a casting time of 1 standard action, you can make a single claw attack as a swift action (see page 86) against an opponent you threaten

Draconic FlightEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Heritage

The secret of draconic fl ight is revealed to you, granting you the ability to fl y occasionally.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

After you cast an arcane spell with a casting time of 1 standard action, you gain a fl y speed equal to 10 feet per level of the spell you just cast for the remainder of your turn

Draconic HeritageEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Heritage

You have greater connection with your distant draconic bloodline.

PrerequisiteEdit

Sorcerer level 1,

Required forEdit

Draconic Claw (CAr) , Draconic Flight (CAr) , Draconic Power (CAr) , Draconic Presence (CAr) , Draconic Resistance (CAr) , Draconic Skin (CAr) , Draconic Breath (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Choose one dragon from the Draconic Heritage list below and gain the indicated skill as a class skill. This is your draconic heritage, which cannot be changed once the feat has been taken. Half-dragons must choose the same dragon kind as their dragon parent. In addition, you gain a bonus on saving throws against sleep and paralysis, as well as spells and abilities with the energy type of your Draconic Heritage. This bonus is equal to the number of draconic feats you have. Draconic Heritage. Dragon -- Energy ----- Skill. Black -----Acid ---------Hide. Blue ------Electricity --- Listen. Green ----Acid -------- Move Silently. Red ------ Fire --------- Intimidate. White ---- Cold -------- Balance. Brass ---- Fire -------- Gather Information. Bronze -- Electricity -- Survival. Copper -- Acid -------- Hide. Gold ----- Fire --------- Heal. Silver ---- Cold -------- Disguise

Draconic HeritageEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 77) 

[Heritage

You have greater connection with your distant draconic bloodline.

PrerequisiteEdit

Sorcerer level 1,

Required forEdit

Draconic Claw (CAr) , Draconic Flight (CAr) , Draconic Power (CAr) , Draconic Presence (CAr) , Draconic Resistance (CAr) , Draconic Skin (CAr) , Draconic Breath (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Choose one dragon from the Draconic Heritage list below and gain the indicated skill as a class skill. This is your draconic heritage, which cannot be changed once the feat has been taken. Half-dragons must choose the same dragon kind as their dragon parent. In addition, you gain a bonus on saving throws against sleep and paralysis, as well as spells and abilities with the energy type of your Draconic Heritage. This bonus is equal to the number of draconic feats you have. Draconic Heritage. Dragon -- Energy ----- Skill. Black -----Acid ---------Hide. Blue ------Electricity --- Listen. Green ----Acid -------- Move Silently. Red ------ Fire --------- Intimidate. White ---- Cold -------- Balance. Brass ---- Fire -------- Gather Information. Bronze -- Electricity -- Survival. Copper -- Acid -------- Hide. Gold ----- Fire --------- Heal. Silver ---- Cold -------- Disguise

Draconic LegacyEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Heritage

You have realized greater arcane power through your draconic heritage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any four draconic feats,

BenefitEdit

Based on your draconic heritage, add the following spells to your list of spells known. Each spell is added at the level that a spellcaster would normally gain it unless otherwise indicated. Draconic Legacy Dragon Kind Spells Known Black Charm animal (snakes and lizards only), deeper darkness, insect plague. Blue --- Major image, mirage arcane, ventriloquism. Green - Charm person, dominate person, plant growth. Red ---- Detect secret doors, suggestion, true seeing. White -- Obscuring mist, sleet storm, wall of ice (5th level). Brass - Control winds, endure elements, tongues Bronze Control water (5th level), speak with animals, water breathing. Copper - Silent image, stone shape, wall of stone Gold Bless, daylight, dispel evil. Silver -- Air walk (5th level), feather fall, wind wall.

SpecialEdit

if any of the spells you would gain from this feat are spells you already know, you can pick another spell that a sorcerer would ordinarily have available to him at that same level

Draconic PowerEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Heritage

You have greater power manipulating the energies of your heritage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Your caster level increases by 1, and you add 1 to the save DC of all arcane spells with the energy descriptor of the same energy type as determined by your draconic heritage.

SpecialEdit

If the Energy Substitution feat is used to modify a spell, this feat will work if the new type of energy matches the energy type of your draconic heritage

Draconic PresenceEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Heritage

When you use your magic, your mere presence can terrify those around you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Whenever you cast an arcane spell, all opponents within 10 feet of you who have fewer Hit Dice than you become shaken for a number of rounds equal to the level of the spell you cast. The effect is negated by a Will save (DC 10 + level of the spell cast + your Cha modifier). A successful save indicates that the opponent is immune to your draconic presence for 24 hours. This ability does not affect creatures with an Intelligence of 3 or lower or creatures that are already shaken, nor does it have any effect on dragons

Draconic ResistanceEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Heritage

Your bloodline hardens your body against the energy type of your progenitor.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain resistance to the energy type of your draconic heritage equal to three times the number of draconic feats you currently have (including draconic feats you take after gaining this feat)

Draconic SkinEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Heritage

Your skin takes on the sheen, luster, and hardness of your draconic parentage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Draconic Heritage (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Your natural armor increases by 1

Energy AdmixtureEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 78) 

[Metamagic

You can modify a spell that uses one type of energy to add an equal amount of another energy type.

PrerequisiteEdit

Energy Substitution (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Choose one type of energy (acid, cold, electricity, or fire) that matches an energy type you have selected for substitution via the Energy Substitution feat. You can then modify any spell with an energy descriptor by adding an equal amount of the chosen type of energy to the spell's normal effects. The altered spell works normally in all respects except for the type and amount of damage dealt, with each type of energy counting separately toward the spell's damage cap. Thus, an acid fi reball cast at 6th level deals 6d6 points offiredamage and 6d6 points of acid damage (rolled separately), while the same acid fi reball cast at 10th level or higher deals 10d6 points offiredamage and 10d6 points of acid damage. Even opposed types of energy (such asfireand cold) can be combined using this feat. An energy admixed spell uses up a spell slot four levels higher than the spell's actual level. As well, the spell's descriptor changes to include both energy types present in the spell—for example, the acid fi reball described above is an evocation [acid, fire] spell.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times, choosing a different type of energy each time. The type of energy selected with this feat must match a type of energy you have also selected for substitution via the Energy Substitution feat (so you can select cold as your energy type with Energy Admixture if you have selected cold as your Energy Substitution energy type). You can use Energy Admixture to further alter a spell that has already been modifi ed with Energy Substitution, and you can also admix your chosen energy type with a spell that already uses the same type, in effect doubling its normal damage dice

Energy SubstitutionEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[Metamagic

You can modify an energy-based spell to use another type of energy instead.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (arcana) 5 ranks, any metamagic feat,

Required forEdit

Born of the Three Thunders (CAr) , Energy Admixture (CAr) , Lord of the Uttercold (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Choose one type of energy (acid, cold, electricity, or fire). You can then modify any spell with an energy descriptor to use the chosen type of energy instead. An energy substituted spell uses a spell slot of the spell's normal level. The spell's descriptor changes to the new energy type—for example, a fireball composed of cold energy is an evocation [cold] spell.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times, choosing a different type of energy each time

Enhance SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 191) 

[EpicMetamagic

You can increase the power limit of your damage-dealing spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Maximize Spell (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

The damage cap for your spells increases by 10 dice for spells that deal a number of dice of damage equal to your caster level (such as fireball) or by 5 dice for spells that deal a number of dice of damage equal to half your level (such as searing light). An enhanced spell uses up a spell slot four levels higher than the spell's actual level (or as modifi ed by any other metamagic feats). This feat has no effect on spells that don't specifically deal a number of dice of damage equal to your level or half your level, even if the spell's effect is otherwise dictated by your level. Thus, it has no effect on magic missile (though your level determines how many missiles you fire), Melf's acid arrow (though your level indicates how many rounds the acid deals damage), or produce flame (though you add your level to the base 1d4 points of damage dealt)

Epic Spell FocusEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 192) 

[Epic

Choose a school of magic, such as illusion. Your spells of that school are far more potent than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

ability to cast at least one 9th-level spell of the selected school, Greater Spell Focus in the selected school,

BenefitEdit

Add +1 to the DC of all saving throws against spells from the school of magic you select. This bonus stacks with the bonuses from Spell Focus and Greater Spell Focus.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times but its effects do not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a different school of magic.

Epic Spell PenetrationEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 192) 

[Epic

Your spells are tremendously potent, breaking through spell resistance with ease.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You get a +2 bonus on caster level checks made to overcome a creature's spell resistance. This bonus stacks with the bonuses from Spell Penetration and Greater Spell Penetration

Explosive SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells that blast creatures off their feet.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

On a failed Refl ex save, an explosive spell ejects any creature caught in its area, sending it to a location outside the nearest edge of that area, dealing additional damage and further knocking creatures prone. For example, all creatures in the area of an explosive fireball that fail their saving throws not only take full damage but are pushed to the closest square outside the perimeter of the spell's 20-foot-radius spread. Likewise, an explosive lightning bolt moves targets that fail their saves to outside the area defi ned by the squares the bolt's line passes through. Any creature moved in this manner also takes an additional 1d6 points of damage per 10 feet moved (no additional damage if moved less than 10 feet by the effect) and is knocked prone. If some obstacle prevents a blasted creature from being moved to the edge of the effect, the creature is stopped and takes 1d6 points of damage from striking the barrier (in addition to any damage taken from the distance moved before then). In any event, this movement does not provoke attacks of opportunity. Explosive Spell can be applied only to spells that allow Refl ex saves and affect an area (a cone, cylinder, line, or burst). An explosive spell uses up a spell slot two levels higher than the spell's actual level

Extra EdgeEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[General

Your ability to deal spell damage is particularly striking.

PrerequisiteEdit

Warmage level 4th,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +1 bonus on your warmage edge, plus an additional +1 bonus per four warmage levels. For instance, an 8th-level warmage with 18 Intelligence gets a +7 bonus on the damage dealt by any spell that deals hit point damage.

NormalEdit

A character's warmage edge is equal to his Intelligence modifier

Extra InvocationEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[General

You learn an additional invocation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to use lesser invocations,

BenefitEdit

You learn one additional invocation from the list available to you, choosing an invocation of one grade lower than the highest grade of invocation you know. For example, a 6thlevel warlock could learn a least invocation, while a 16th-level warlock could learn any least, lesser, or greater invocation.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time, you gain an extra invocation of any grade (least, lesser, or greater) up to one lower than the highest grade of invocation you can currently use

Extra SlotEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[General

You can cast an additional spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Caster level 4th,

BenefitEdit

You gain one extra spell slot in your daily allotment, at any level up to one lower than the highest level of spell you can currently cast. For example, a 4th-level sorcerer (maximum spell level 2nd) gains either an extra 0-level or 1stlevel slot, and is able to cast any spell he knows of the chosen level one more time each day. Likewise, a 4th-level wizard can prepare any extra 0-level or 1st-level spell he knows. Once selected, the extra spell slot never changes level.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time, you gain an extra spell slot at any level up to one lower than the highest level of spell you can currently cast

Extra SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 79) 

[General

You learn an additional spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Caster level 3rd,

BenefitEdit

You learn one additional spell at any level up to one lower than the highest level of spell you can currently cast. Thus, a 4th-level sorcerer (maximum spell level 2nd) gains a new 0-level or 1st-level spell known with which to expand her repertoire. For classes such as wizard that have more options for learning spells, Extra Spell is generally used to learn a specifi c spell that the character lacks access to and would be unable to research.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time, you learn a new spell at any level up to one lower than the highest level of spell you can cast

Extra Spell SecretEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[General

You learn an additional spell secret.

PrerequisiteEdit

able to cast 2ndlevel spells, Spell secret class ability,

BenefitEdit

You choose one spell known to you that becomes permanently modifi ed as though affected by Enlarge Spell, Extend Spell, Still Spell, or Silent Spell. The spell's level does not change, nor does the choice of spell and modifi cation once chosen. As you go up in level, you can choose the same spell to be modifi ed in different ways with multiple spell secrets (either from additional uses of this feat or through the spell secret class ability). You do not need to have the metamagic feat that you apply to the spell.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times. Each time, you can select another spell to be permanently modifi ed as though affected by one of the metamagic feats mentioned above. You can choose the same spell to be modifi ed with multiple applications of this feat

Fortify SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[Metamagic

You cast spells that more easily penetrate spell resistance.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

A fortified spell is treated as having a higher caster level for the purpose of defeating a target's spell resistance. You prepare and cast the spell in a higher-level spell slot than normal, with each additional level giving a +2 bonus on spell penetration checks for the altered spell. Spells that are not subject to spell resistance are not affected. A fortified spell uses up a spell slot at least one level higher than the spell's actual level

Guardian SpiritEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[General

Your watchful spirit is more capable than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Watchful spirit class ability,

BenefitEdit

Your watchful spirit allows you to reroll your initiative two times per day, as well as allowing you to reroll any saving throw once per day. These effects must be used immediately after the initial initiative check or saving throw is made

Heighten Spell-like abilityEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[General

You can use a spell-like ability as if it were a higher spell-level equivalent than it actually is.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell-like ability at caster level 6th or higher,

BenefitEdit

Choose one of your spell-like abilities (subject to the restrictions below) to use at a heightened level up to three times per day (or the ability's normal use limit, whichever is less). The spell-level equivalent of the heightened spell-like ability is two higher than its normal level (to a maximum of 9th level), with all effects dependent on spell level (including saving throw DCs) calculated at the higher level. The spell-like ability you wish to heighten can be chosen only from those abilities that duplicate a spell of a level less than or equal to 1/2 your caster level (round down), minus 2. For a summary, see the Caster Level to Empower column in the table on page 304 of the Monster Manual.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken multiple times. Each time, you apply it to a different one of your spell-like abilities

Improved Combat CastingEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 192) 

[Epic

You heighten your ability to cast spells while threatened without fear of being attacked.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Casting (PH) , Concentration 25 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You get a bonus equal to 1/2 your caster level on Concentration checks made to cast a spell or use a spell-like ability while on the defensive or while you are grappling or pinned

Innate SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[General

You have mastered a spell so thoroughly that you can now use it as a spell-like ability.

PrerequisiteEdit

Quicken Spell (PH) , Silent Spell (PH) , Still Spell (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

Choose any spell you can cast. You can now cast this spell at will as a spell-like ability once per round. One spell slot eight levels higher than the innate spell is permanently used to power it, and any XP cost for the innate spell is paid each time you use it. As well, you must have any focus required by the spell in order to use it as a spell-like ability, and if the innate spell has a costly material component, you must use an item worth 50 times that cost as a focus. Since an innate spell is a spell-like ability and not an actual spell, a cleric can't lose it to spontaneously cast a cure or infl ict spell. As well, spellcasters who become unable to cast spells of the level of the spell slot used to power the innate spell become unable to use the spell-like ability.

SpecialEdit

You can choose this feat more than once, selecting another spell and paying the spell slot, focus, and material components costs each time

InsightfulEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[General

You possess a magical understanding of the workings of arcane detection.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

An innate talent for magic grants you the following spell-like abilities as a 1st-level caster: 1/day--detect magic, detect secret doors, read magic

Lord of the UttercoldEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 80) 

[Metamagic

Through careful study of the Elemental Planes and their interactions with the Negative Energy Plane, you have learned to wield the uttercold.

PrerequisiteEdit

Energy Substitution (CAr) (cold) , Knowledge (the planes) 9 ranks, ability to cast a spell with the cold descriptor,

BenefitEdit

You can turn spells with the cold descriptor into uttercold spells. Half the damage dealt by an uttercold spell is cold damage, and the other half is negative energy damage. The spell's saving throw remains unchanged, but creatures can apply cold resistance or immunity to cold only to the cold portion of the damage. An undead creature can be healed by the negative energy damage of an uttercold spell, though if it doesn't have resistance to cold, the effects of damage and healing cancel each other out. An uttercold spell uses a spell slot of the spell's normal level

Mage SlayerEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[General

You have studied the ways and weaknesses of spellcasters and can time your attacks and defenses against them expertly.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 2 ranks, base attack bonus +3,

Required forEdit

Pierce Magical Concealment (CAr) , Pierce Magical Protection (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +1 bonus on Will saving throws. Spellcasters you threaten may not cast defensively (they automatically fail their Concentration checks to do so), but they are aware that they cannot cast defensively while being threatened by a character with this feat.

SpecialEdit

Taking this feat reduces your caster level for all your spells and spell-like abilities by 4

Master StaffEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can activate a staff without using a charge.

PrerequisiteEdit

Craft Staff (PH) , Spellcraft 30 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you activate a staff, you can expend a spell slot instead of using a charge. The spell slot must be one you have not used for the day, though you can lose a prepared spell to emulate a staff charge (but you cannot lose prepared spells from a specialty school). The spell slot expended must be equal to or higher in level than the specifi c spell stored in the staff (including any level-increasing metamagic enhancements). You cannot emulate a charge for a staff power or ability that does not match a specifi c spell. For example, you can use this feat to lose a prepared 3rd-level spell to activate lightning bolt from a staff of power, but you can't lose a spell to double the staff's melee damage because that power doesn't match a specifi c spell

Master WandEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can activate a wand without using a charge.

PrerequisiteEdit

Craft Wand (PH) , Spellcraft 15 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you activate a wand, you can expend a spell slot instead of using a charge. The spell slot must be one you have not used for the day, though you can lose a prepared spell to emulate a wand charge (but you cannot lose prepared spells from a specialty school). The spell slot expended must be equal to or higher in level than the spell stored in the wand (including any level-increasing metamagic enhancements)

Maximize Spell-like AbilityEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[General

You can use a spell-like ability at its maximum effect.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell-like ability at caster level 6th or higher,

BenefitEdit

Choose one of your spell-like abilities (subject to the restrictions below) to use at maximum effectiveness up to three times per day (or the ability's normal use limit, whichever is less). All variable, numeric effects of the spelllike ability are maximized, dealing maximum damage, curing the maximum number of hit points, affecting the maximum number of targets, and so on. For example, a 10th-level warlock's maximized eldritch blast deals 36 points of damage three times per day. Saving throws and opposed checks (such as the one you make when you cast dispel magic) are not affected, nor are spell-like abilities without random variables. An empowered maximized spell-like ability gains the benefit of each feat separately (getting the maximum result plus one-half the normally rolled result). For example, a fire mephit's empowered maximized scorching ray would deal 24 points of damage plus one-half of 4d6 points of damage. The spell-like ability you wish to maximize can be chosen only from those abilities that duplicate a spell of a level less than or equal to 1/2 your caster level (round down), minus 2. For a summary, see the Caster Level to Empower column in the table on page 304 of the Monster Manual.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken multiple times. Each time, you apply it to a different one of your spell-like abilities

Necropolis BornEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[General

You possess a magical understanding of the essence of mortal dread.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

An innate talent for magic grants you the following spell-like abilities as a 1st-level caster: 1/day--cause fear, ghost sound, touch of fatigue. Save DC 10 + spell level + your Cha modifier

Nonlethal SubstitutionEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[Metamagic

You can modify an energy spell to deal nonlethal damage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (arcana) 5 ranks, any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

Choose one type of energy (acid, cold, electricity, or fire). You can then modify any spell with the chosen descriptor to deal nonlethal damage instead of normal energy damage. The nonlethal spell works normally in all respects except the type of damage dealt—for example, a nonlethal fireball has the same range and area, but since it deals nonlethal damage instead of energy damage, it will not damage objects or set fire to combustibles in the area. A nonlethal spell uses a spell slot one level higher than the spell's normal level

Obtain FamiliarEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[General

You gain a familiar.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (arcana) 4 ranks, arcane caster level 3rd,

BenefitEdit

You can obtain a familiar in the same manner as a sorcerer or wizard (see the sorcerer class description and the accompanying sidebar, page 52 of the Player's Handbook). As with a sorcerer or wizard, obtaining a familiar takes 24 hours and uses up magic materials worth 100 gp. For the purpose of determining familiar abilities that depend on your arcane caster class level, your levels in all classes that allow you to cast arcane spells stack

Persistent SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[Metamagic

You can make a spell last all day.

PrerequisiteEdit

Extend Spell (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

Spells with a fixed or personal range can have their duration increased to 24 hours. Spells of instantaneous duration cannot be affected by this feat, nor can spells whose effects are discharged. You don't need to maintain concentration on persistent detect spells (such as detect magic or detect thoughts) for you to be aware of the mere presence or absence of the subject detected, but gaining additional information requires concentration as normal. A persistent spell uses up a spell slot six levels higher than the spell's actual level

Pierce Magical ConcealmentEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 81) 

[General

You ignore the miss chance provided by certain magical effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Blind-Fight (PH) , Mage Slayer (CAr) , CON 13,

BenefitEdit

Your fierce contempt for magic allows you to disregard the miss chance granted by spells or spell-like abilities such as darkness, blur, invisibility, obscuring mist, ghostform (see page 109), and spells when used to create concealment effects (such as a wizard using permanent image to fill a corridor with illusory fire and smoke). In addition, when facing a creature protected by mirror image, you can immediately pick out the real creature from its figments. Your ability to ignore the miss chance granted by magical concealment doesn't grant you any ability to ignore nonmagical concealment (so you would still have a 20% miss chance against an invisible creature hiding in fog, for example).

SpecialEdit

Taking this feat reduces your caster level for all your spells and spell-like abilities by 4

Pierce Magical ProtectionEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[General

You can overcome the magical protections of your enemies.

PrerequisiteEdit

Mage Slayer (CAr) , CON 13,

BenefitEdit

Your contempt for magic is so fierce that as a standard action you can make a melee attack that ignores any bonuses to Armor Class granted by spells (including spell trigger or spell completion effects created by magic items such as wands or potions). If you deal damage to your opponent, you also instantly and automatically dispel all that opponent's spells and spell effects that grant a bonus to Armor Class.

SpecialEdit

Taking this feat reduces your caster level for all your spells and spell-like abilities by 4

Practiced SpellcasterEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[General

Choose a spellcasting class that you possess. Your spells cast from that class are more powerful.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

Your caster level for the chosen spellcasting class increases by 4. This benefit can't increase your caster level to higher than your Hit Dice. However, even if you can't benefit from the full bonus immediately, if you later gain Hit Dice in levels of nonspellcasting classes, you might be able to apply the rest of the bonus. For example, a human 5th-level sorcerer/3rd-level fighter who selects this feat would increase his sorcerer caster level from 5th to 8th (since he has 8 Hit Dice). If he later gained a fighter level, he would gain the remainder of the bonus and his sorcerer caster level would become 9th (since he now has 9 Hit Dice). A character with two or more spellcasting classes (such as a bard/sorcerer or a ranger/druid) must choose which class gains the feat's effect. This feat does not affect your spells per day or spells known. It increases your caster level only, which would help you penetrate spell resistance and increase the duration and other effects of your spells.

SpecialEdit

You may select this feat multiple times. Each time you choose it, you must apply it to a different spellcasting class. For instance, a 4th-level cleric/5th-level wizard who had selected this feat twice would cast cleric spells as an 8th-level caster and wizard spells as a 9th-level caster

Precocious ApprenticeEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 181) 

[General

Your master has shown you the basics of a spell beyond the normal limits of your experience and training.

PrerequisiteEdit

arcane caster level 1st, Spellcasting ability (Int or Cha) 15,

BenefitEdit

Choose one 2nd-level spell from a school of magic you have access to. You gain an extra 2nd-level spell slot that must be used initially to cast only the chosen spell. Until your level is high enough to allow you to cast 2nd-level spells, you must succeed on a DC 8 caster level check to successfully cast this spell; if you fail, the spell is miscast to no effect. Your caster level with the chosen spell is your normal caster level, even if this level is insufficient to cast the spell under normal circumstances. When you become able to cast 2nd-level spells, you lose the benefit described above but retain the extra 2nd-level spell slot, which you can use to prepare or spontaneously cast a spell of 2nd level or lower as you normally would. Finally, you gain a +2 bonus on all Spellcraft checks.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat only as a 1st-level character

Ranged Spell SpecializationEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[General

You deal more damage with ranged touch attack spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Weapon Focus (PH) (ranged spell) , caster level 4th,

BenefitEdit

Damage-dealing spells that require a ranged touch attack roll gain a +2 bonus on the damage they deal. This extra damage applies only to the fi rst successful attack of spells that create multiple rays or missiles, or to the fi rst round of damage for spells that deal damage over multiple rounds on a single successful attack (such as Melf's acid arrow). Because you must be able to strike precisely, the extra damage applies only to targets within 30 feet. Only spells that deal hit point damage can be affected by this feat

Reckless Wand WielderEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[General

You can increase the effectiveness of spells cast from a wand.

PrerequisiteEdit

Craft Wand (PH) , Use Magic Device 1 ranks,

BenefitEdit

By expending an additional charge, you can use a wand as if its caster level was 2 higher than its normal level, changing all the spell's level-dependent effects. For example, by expending 2 charges at once, a wand of magic missile (created at caster level 3rd) can be used at caster level 5th, fi ring three missiles instead of two. You can expend only 1 extra charge at a time using this feat

Repeat SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell that repeats on the following round.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

A repeated spell is automatically cast again at the beginning of your turn in the following round. No matter where you might have moved in the previous round, the second spell originates from the same location and affects the same area as the original spell. If the original spell designates a ranged target, the repeated spell affects the same target if it is within 30 feet of its original position; otherwise, the second spell fails. Touch range spells cannot be affected by this feat. A repeated spell uses up a spell slot three levels higher than the spell's actual level

Sanctum SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 82) 

[Metamagic

Your spells are especially potent on home ground.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

A sanctum spell has an effective spell level 1 higher than its normal level if cast in your sanctum (see below), but if not cast in the sanctum, the spell has an effective spell level 1 lower than normal. All effects dependent on spell level (including save DCs) are calculated according to the adjusted level. A sanctum spell uses a spell slot of the spell's normal level.

SpecialEdit

Your sanctum is a particular site, building, or structure previously designated by you, and no larger than 20 feet/level in diameter. The designated area must be a site where you have spent a cumulative period of at least three months. Though a sanctum can be designated within a larger structure, its special advantages do not apply beyond the maximum area. Once designated, it takes seven days for a site to become a sanctum, and if you designate a new area to be your sanctum, the benefits of the old one immediately fade

Sculpt SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can alter the area of your spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

You can modify an area spell by changing the area's shape to either a cylinder (10-foot radius, 30 feet high), a 40-foot cone, four 10-foot cubes, a ball (20-foot-radius spread), or a 120-foot line. The sculpted spell works normally in all respects except for its shape. For example, a lightning bolt whose area is changed to a ball deals the same amount of damage, but affects a 20-foot-radius spread.

A sculpted spell uses a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level

Soul of the NorthEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[General

You possess a magical understanding of the nature of cold.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

An innate talent for magic grants you the following spell-like abilities as a 1st-level caster: 1/day--chill touch, ray of frost, resistance. Save DC 10 + spell level + your Cha modifier

Spell HandEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[General

You possess a magical understanding of the manipulation of force.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

An innate talent for magic grants you the following spell-like abilities as a 1st-level caster: 1/day--mage hand, open/close, Tenser's fl oating disk. Save DC 10 + spell level + your Cha modifier

Split RayEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

Your ray spells can affect an additional target.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

You can cause any ray spell tofireone additional ray beyond the number normally allowed. The additional ray requires a separate ranged touch attack roll to hit and deals damage as normal. It can be fi red at the same target as the fi rst ray or at a different target, but all rays must be aimed at targets within 30 feet of each other and fi red simultaneously. A split ray spell uses a spell slot two levels higher than the spell's actual level

Sudden EmpowerEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell to greater effect without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

Required forEdit

Sudden Quicken (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Empower Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Empower Spell normally if you have it

Sudden ExtendEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can make a spell last longer than normal without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Sudden Quicken (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Extend Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Extend Spell normally if you have it

Sudden MaximizeEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell to maximum effect without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

Required forEdit

Sudden Quicken (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Maximize Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Maximize Spell normally if you have it

Sudden QuickenEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell with a moment's thought without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Quicken Spell (PH) , Sudden Empower (CAr) , Sudden Extend (CAr) , Sudden Maximize (CAr) , Sudden Silent (CAr) , Sudden Still (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Quicken Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Quicken Spell normally

Sudden SilentEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell silently without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Sudden Quicken (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Silent Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Silent Spell normally if you have it.

Sudden StillEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can cast a spell without gestures or special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Sudden Quicken (CAr) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Still Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Still Spell normally if you have it

Sudden WidenEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[Metamagic

You can increase a spell's area without special preparation.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can apply the effect of the Widen Spell feat to any spell you cast without increasing the level of the spell or specially preparing it ahead of time. You can still use Widen Spell normally if you have it

Touch Spell SpecializationEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 83) 

[General

You deal extra damage with touch spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Weapon Focus (PH) (touch spell) , caster level 4th,

BenefitEdit

Damage-dealing spells that require a melee touch attack roll gain a +2 bonus on the damage they deal. This extra damage applies only to the fi rst successful attack of spells that allow multiple touch attacks (such as chill touch). Only spells that deal hit point damage can be affected by this feat

Transdimensional SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 84) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells that affect targets lurking in coexistent planes and extradimensional spaces whose entrances fall within the spell's area.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

A transdimensional spell has its full normal effect on incorporeal creatures, creatures on the Ethereal Plane or the Plane of Shadow, and creatures within an extradimensional space in the spell's area. Such creatures include ethereal creatures, creatures that are blinking or shadow walking, manifested ghosts, and creatures within the extradimensional space of a rope trick, portable hole, or familiar pocket (see page 106). You must be able to perceive a creature to target it with a transdimensional spell, but you do not need to perceive a creature to catch it in the area of a burst, cone, emanation, or spread. A transdimensional spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level.

NormalEdit

Only force spells and effects can affect ethereal creatures, and no Material Plane attack affects creatures on the Plane of Shadow or in an enclosed extradimensional space. There is a 50% chance that any spell other than a force effect fails against an incorporeal creature.

Twin SpellEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 84) 

[Metamagic

You can simultaneously cast a single spell twice.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

Casting a twinned spell causes the spell to take effect twice in the same area or on the same target simultaneously. Any variable characteristics (including attack rolls) or decisions you would make about the spell (including target and area), are applied to both spells, with affected creatures receiving all the effects of each spell individually (including getting two saving throws if applicable). A spell whose effects wouldn't stack if it was cast twice under normal circumstances will create redundant effects if successfully twinned (see Combining Magical Effects, page 171 of the Player's Handbook). For example, a twinned charm person doesn't create a more potent or long-lasting effect, but any ally of the target would have to succeed on two dispel attempts in order to free the target from the charm. As with other metamagic feats, twinning a spell does not affect its vulnerability to counterspelling, so a single successful counterspell negates both instances of a twinned spell. A twinned spell uses up a spell slot four levels higher than the spell's actual level

WandstrikeEdit

Complete Arcane, p. 84)  [General

You can channel the magical energy of a wand through your melee attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

Use Magic Device 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, you can make a melee touch attack with a wand, expending one charge to deal 1d6 points of damage to the creature struck. You apply no extra damage to this attack regardless of its source (including sneak attack, favored enemy, and smite bonuses), but you can activate the wand as part of the attack. If the spell cast from the wand is a ray or a targeted spell, the creature struck is the spell's target (with ray spells hitting automatically). If the spell affects an area or creates a spread, you can designate the spell's point of origin at any grid intersection point of the creature's space (but doing so might put you in the affected area). Spells with an effect that does not cover an area (such as the various summon monster spells) cannot be used with a wandstrike attack

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