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Arcane DiscipleEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[General

Choose a deity, and then select a domain available to clerics of that deity. You can learn to cast the spells associated with that domain as arcane spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 4 ranks, Spellcraft 4 ranks, able to cast arcane spells, alignment matches your deity's alignment,

BenefitEdit

Add the chosen domain's spells to your class list of arcane spells. If you have arcane spellcasting ability from more than one class, you must pick which arcane spellcasting ability this feat applies to. Once chosen, this decision cannot be changed for that feat. You may learn these spells as normal for your class; however, you use Wisdom (rather than the normal ability for your spellcasting) when determining the save DC for the spell. In addition, you must have a Wisdom score equal to 10 + the spell's level in order to prepare or cast a spell gained from this feat. Each day, you may prepare (or cast, if you cast spells without preparation) a maximum of one of these domains spells of each level.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat more than once. Each time, you must select a different domain available to the same deity you chose the fi rst time you selected the feat. For example, a character who chose Heironeous and the Good domain with his fi rst selection could choose Law or War with successive selections of the same feat. He couldn't choose Protection, since that domain isn't available to clerics of Heironeous.

Augment HealingEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[General

Your Conjuration [Healing] spells are more effective.

PrerequisiteEdit

Heal 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

Add +2 points per spell level to the amount of damage healed by any Conjuration [Healing] spell that you cast. For example, a 1st-level cleric with this feat casting cure light wounds would restore 1d8+3 hp. An 8th-level cleric with the Healing domain and this feat casting cure moderate wounds would restore 2d8+13 hp (9 for his caster level including the +1 caster level bonus for the Healing domain, + 4 for the feat). A 13th-level druid casting heal would restore 144 hp (130 for her caster level + 14 for the feat, since heal is a 7th-level druid spell).

Boar's FerocityEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[Wild

You can continue fighting even at the brink of death.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

If your hit points are reduced to 0 or less (but you aren't killed), you can spend one wild shape as a free action (even if it isn't your turn) to continue acting as if not disabled or dying. The effect lasts for one minute.

NormalEdit

When reduced to 0 hp, you are disabled and can take only a single move or standard action each round. When reduced to -1 to -9 hp, you are dying and drop unconscious

Bonus DomainEdit

Complete Divine, p. 89) 

[Epic

You have access to one additional domain of spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

WIS 21, able to cast 9th-level divine spells,

BenefitEdit

Choose an additional domain from your deity's domain list. You now have access to that domain's spells and granted powers as normal for your domain spells.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a different domain

Cheetah's SpeedEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[Wild

You can run with the speed of the cheetah.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can spend one wild shape to change your base land speed to 50 feet. You may also sprint as a cheetah: Once per hour you may move 10 times your normal speed as part of a charge. This effect lasts for one hour

Consecrate SpellEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[Metamagic

You can imbue your spells with the raw energy of good.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any good alignment,

BenefitEdit

A spell you modify with this feat gains the good descriptor. Furthermore, if the spell deals damage, half of the damage (rounded down) results directly from divine power and is therefore not subject to be reduced by resistance or immunity to energy-based attacks. For example, a consecratedfirestorm spell cast by a 16th-level cleric deals 16d6 points of damage, half of which isfiredamage and half of which is sheer divine power. Thus, creatures immune tofirestill take damage. The consecrated spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level

Corrupt SpellEdit

Complete Divine, p. 79) 

[Metamagic

You can transform one of your spells into an evil version of itself.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any evil alignment,

BenefitEdit

This feat adds the evil descriptor to a spell. Furthermore, if the spell deals damage, half of the damage (rounded down) results directly from divine power and is therefore not subject to be reduced by resistance or immunity to energy-based attacks. The corrupted spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level

Disciple of the SunEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Divine

You can destroy undead instead of merely turning them.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead, good alignment,

BenefitEdit

You may spend two turn undead attempts when you turn undead instead of one. If you do then you get destroy the undead instead of turning them

Divine MetamagicEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Divine

You can channel energy into some of your divine spells to make them more powerful.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn undead or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

When you take this feat, choose a metamagic feat that you have. This feat applies only to that metamagic feat. As a free action, you can take the energy from turning or rebuking undead and use it to apply a metamagic feat to divine spells that you know. You must spend one turn or rebuke attempt, plus an additional attempt for each level increase in the metamagic feat you're using. For example, Jozan the cleric could sacrifice three turn attempts to empower a holy smite he's casting. Because you're using positive or negative energy to augment your spells, the spell slot for the spell doesn't change.

SpecialEdit

This feat may be taken multiple times. Each time you take this feat choose a different metamagic feat to which to apply it

Divine Spell PowerEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Divine

You can channel positive or negative energy to enhance your divine spellcasting ability.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead, able to cast 1st-level divine spells,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a turn or rebuke attempt as a free action and roll a turning check (with a special +3 bonus, plus any other modifiers you'd normally apply to your turning check). Treat the result of the turning check as a modifi er to your caster level on the next divine spell you cast in that round. For example, if a cleric used this feat and rolled a 16 on his turning check, he would add a +2 bonus to his caster level for the next divine spell he casts in the round. Had he rolled an 8, he would instead apply a -1 penalty to his caster level for the next divine spell he cast in the round. If you don't cast a divine spell before your next turn, you lose the effect of the check result. This feat has no effect on your arcane spellcasting ability

Domain FocusEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[General

You have mastered the subtle intricacies of the divine power you've devoted yourself to.

PrerequisiteEdit

Access to relevant domain,

BenefitEdit

You can cast spells associated with one of your domains at +1 caster level. This benefit also applies to caster level checks to overcome a target's spell resistance as well as other variables such as spell duration. If you cast a spell from one of your nondomain spell slots, this feat does not help you, even if the spell also happens to appear on your domain list.

SpecialEdit

You can take Domain Focus multiple times. Its effects do not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a new domain to which you have access

Domain SpontaneityEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Divine

You are so familiar with one of your domains that you can convert other prepared spells into spells from that domain.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

Each time you take this feat, choose a domain that you have access to. You may now convert prepared divine spells into any spell from that domain. You expend a spell of equal or higher level, as well as expending one of your daily turn undead attempts. This works just as good clerics spontaneously cast prepared spells as cure spells.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a new domain

Eagle's WingsEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Wild

You can take wing and fl y with the grace of an eagle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can spend one wild shape to grow feathery wings. These allow you to fl y at a speed of 60 feet (average maneuverability). The wings remain for 1 hour

Elemental HealingEdit

Complete Divine, p. 80) 

[Divine

You can channel elemental energy to heal creatures of a specifi c elemental subtype.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to rebuke creatures with an elemental subtype,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a rebuke attempt as a standard action to send a burst of healing energy in a 60-foot burst. This affects all creatures with an elemental subtype that you could normally rebuke; such creatures are healed of 1d8 points of damage per two cleric levels. For example, a cleric with the Fire domain could use this feat to heal afireelemental or any other creature with thefiresubtype (since he would normally rebuke creatures with thefiresubtype with his domain power).

SpecialEdit

You may only activate this feat by spending a rebuke attempt that would normally be used to rebuke creatures with a specifi c elemental subtype (air, earth, fi re, or water). Unlike other divine feats, you can't use a turn or rebuke undead attempt (or other turning attempt) to activate the feat

Elemental SmitingEdit

Complete Divine, p. 81) 

[Divine

You can channel elemental energy to deal extra damage to creatures tied to a specifi c element.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn creatures with an elemental subtype,

BenefitEdit

Once per round, you can spend a turn attempt as a free action when making a melee attack. If you successfully strike a creature that you could turn with that turn attempt because of its elemental subtype, you may add a bonus on your damage roll equal to your cleric level. If your attack misses, the turn attempt is lost to no effect. For example, a cleric with the Fire domain could use this feat to smite a water elemental or any other creature with the water subtype (since he would normally turn creatures with the water subtype with his domain power).

SpecialEdit

You may only activate this feat by spending a turn attempt that would normally be used to turn creatures with a specifi c elemental subtype (air, earth, fi re, or water). Unlike other divine feats, you can't use a turn or rebuke undead attempt (or other turning attempt) to activate the feat

Elephant's HideEdit

Complete Divine, p. 81) 

[Wild

You can thicken your skin to the toughness of an elephant's.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape into a Large creature,

BenefitEdit

You can spend one wild shape to give yourself a natural armor bonus of 7. This does not stack with any natural armor you currently have. The effect lasts for 10 minutes

Empower TurningEdit

Complete Divine, p. 81) 

[General

You can turn or rebuke more undead with a single turning attempt.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

You can turn or rebuke more undead than usual. After adding your cleric level and Charisma modifier to your turning damage roll multiply it by 1.5

Epic DevotionEdit

Complete Divine, p. 89) 

[Epic

Choose an alignment component (chaos, evil, good, or law) different from your own alignment. You are particularly resistant to spells of that alignment.

PrerequisiteEdit

Iron Will (PH) , WIS 21, alignment different from the chosen component, patron deity who does not accept clerics who have the chosen component,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +4 bonus on saves against spells of the chosen alignment component. For instance, a lawful good paladin of Helm who selected "chaos" would gain a +4 bonus on saves against chaotic spells. That paladin could not select "good" or "law" because they are part of her own alignment, nor could she select "evil" because Helm accepts evil clerics.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat more than once. Each time you select the feat, select a new alignment component

Extra Wild ShapeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 81) 

[General

You can use wild shape more frequently than you normally could.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to use wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You use your wild shape ability two more times per day than you otherwise could. If you are able to use wild shape to become an elemental, you also gain one additional elemental wild shape use per day.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times, gaining the same benefit each time

Fast Wild ShapeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 81) 

[Wild

You assume your wild shape faster and more easily than you otherwise could.

PrerequisiteEdit

DEX 13, ability to use wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You gain the ability to use wild shape as a moveequivalent action.

NormalEdit

A druid uses wild shape as a standard action

Glorious WeaponsEdit

Complete Divine, p. 82) 

[Divine

You can channel positive or negative energy to imbue your allies' weapons with an alignment.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a turn or rebuke attempt as standard action to align the melee weapons (including natural weapons) of all allies within a 60-ft. burst as good (if you channel positive energy) or evil (if you channel negative energy). Such weapons can overcome damage reduction as if they had the appropriate alignment. The effect lasts until the end of your next turn

Grizzly's ClawsEdit

Complete Divine, p. 82) 

[Wild

You can grow claws as sharp as those of a bear.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can spend one wild shape to gain two primary claw attacks (both at your base attack bonus and adding your Strength bonus). The claws deal piercing and slashing damage equal to a short sword appropriate to your size (1d6 for Medium, or 1d4 for Small). The claws remain for 1 hour.

SpecialEdit

If you already have a claw attack, this replaces those claws

Holy StrikeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 89) 

[Epic

Your attacks deal great damage to evil creatures.

PrerequisiteEdit

any good alignment, Smite evil class feature,

BenefitEdit

Any weapon you wield is treated as a holy weapon (it deals +2d6 points of damage against creatures of evil alignment). This ability doesn't stack with similar abilities (for instance, if the weapon is already a holy weapon). In addition, the weapon is considered blessed, which means it has special effects on certain creatures

Improved SmitingEdit

Complete Divine, p. 82) 

[General

Your smite attacks deal more damage to specific foes, and can damage creatures with alignment-based damage reduction.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 13, smite ability,

BenefitEdit

Whenever you make a smite attack, your attack overcomes damage reduction as if had an alignment, and you deal an extra +1d6 points of damage to targets of a specific alignment. If the smite attack has an alignment associated with it, it deals its extra damage to foes of that alignment and it is treated as having the opposite alignment for overcoming damage reduction. For example, a paladin's smite evil attacks are treated as having the good alignment and deal +1d6 damage to evil targets, while a blackguard's smite good attacks are treated as having the evil alignment and deal +1d6 damage to good targets. If the smite attack has no alignment associated with it, you must choose an alignment component (chaotic, evil, good, or lawful) when you select the feat. Your smite attacks overcome damage reduction as if they had that alignment, and deal +1d6 points of damage to foes of the opposite alignment. For example, a lawful neutral cleric of St. Cuthbert with the Destruction domain who selected this feat must choose for his smite attacks to be lawfully aligned (and these attacks would deal +1d6 points of damage to chaotic targets). A lawful evil cleric of Hextor with the Destruction domain could choose to have his smite attacks be lawfully or evilly aligned (and these attacks would deal +1d6 points of damage to chaotic targets or to good targets, respectively). You can't choose an alignment component that isn't part of your alignment, and once this choice is made, it can never be changed. If you later change alignment so that the chosen alignment component is no longer part of your alignment, you lose the BENEFITS: of this feat.

SpecialEdit

If you have the smite ability from more than one class, the effect of the feat applies to all your smite abilities, and it is possible to select different alignments for each (as long as the alignments chosen are legal selections). For example, a paladin/cleric with the Destruction domain must choose good for his smite good ability, but could choose law for his smite domain power

Lion's PounceEdit

Complete Divine, p. 82) 

[Wild

You can deliver a terrible attack at the end of a charge.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

When you charge, you may spend a wild shape as a free action to make a full attack at the end of the charge.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you may only make a single attack after a charge

Magical Beast Wild ShapeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[EpicWild

You can wild shape into magical beast form.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (nature) 27 ranks, WIS 25, wild shape 6/day,

BenefitEdit

You can use your normal wild shape ability to take the form of a magical beast. The size limitation is the same as your limitation on animal size. You gain all supernatural abilities of the magical beast whose form you take

Negative Energy BurstEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[DivineEpic

You can use your rebuke/ command undead ability to unleash a burst of negative energy.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 25, ability to rebuke or command undead, able to cast infl ict critical wounds, any evil alignment,

BenefitEdit

You can use one rebuke or command undead attempt to unleash a wave of negative energy in a 60-footburst. Roll a normal rebuke (or command) check, except that the negative energy burst affects living creatures rather than undead. Any creature that would be rebuked by this result gains one negative level. Any creature that would be commanded by this check gains two negative levels. The Fortitude save DC to remove these levels 24 hours later is equal to 10 + 1/2 your effective turning level + your Charisma modifier

Nimbus of LightEdit

Complete Divine, p. 44) 

[Exalted

You are cloaked in a radiant light that marks you as a servant of the purest ideals. All who look upon you know without a doubt that you are a champion of good and are favored by the powers of the Upper Planes. The nimbus may take the form of a cloud surrounding your entire body, or it may appear as beams of light around your head.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Holy Radiance (BE) , Stigmata (BE) ,

BenefitEdit

Good creatures automatically recognize the radiance surrounding you as a sign of your purity and devotion to the powers of good. You gain a +2 circumstance bonus on all Diplomacy and Sense Motive checks made when interacting with good creatures. Your radiance sheds light as a common lamp: bright light to a radius of 5 feet and shadowy illumination to 10 feet. You can extinguish this radiance at will and reactivate it again as a free action

Oaken ResilienceEdit

Complete Divine, p. 82) 

[Wild

You can take on the sturdiness of the mighty oak.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape into a plant,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a wild shape to gain immunity to critical hits, poison, sleep, paralysis, polymorph, and stunning. You also gain great stability, which gives you a +8 bonus on checks to avoid being bull rushed or tripped. The effect remains for 10 minutes

Pious DefenseEdit

Complete Divine, p. 86) 

[Faith

Your connection to a greater power sometimes gives you fl ashes of insight that keep you safe.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 2 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you would be reduced to 0 hit points or less by damage, you can spend 1 faith point to take only half damage.

SpecialEdit

When chosen, this feat gives you 4 faith points, and you may earn additional faith points as outlined in the Faith Feats section

Pious SoulEdit

Complete Divine, p. 86) 

[Faith

By adhering to the precepts of your religion or philosophy, you gain an extra edge when you need it most.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 2 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a faith point to add 1d6 to your d20 roll on an attack, save, or check--even after you've seen the d20 roll, as long as the DM hasn't announced whether you've succeeded or failed. You can choose to spend more than one faith point at a time in this way.

SpecialEdit

When chosen, this feat gives you 4 faith points, and you may earn additional faith points as outlined in the Faith Feats section

Pious SpellsurgeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 87) 

[Faith

You can use the strength of your faith to augment a spell cast at a critical juncture.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

By spending 2 faith points when you cast a spell, you gain a +1d6 bonus to the DC of any save required to resist the spell or to your caster level for that spell.

SpecialEdit

When chosen, this feat gives you 4 faith points, and you may earn additional faith points as outlined in the Faith Feats section

Positive Energy AuraEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[DivineEpic

You automatically turn (or even destroy) lesser undead.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 25, ability to turn undead, able to cast dispel evil,

BenefitEdit

Every undead creature that comes within 15 feet of you is automatically affected as if you had turned it. This doesn't cost a turning attempt, and you don't have to roll turning damage (it automatically affects all undead in a 15-foot burst), but it only turns undead with Hit Dice equal to or less than your effective cleric level minus 10 (and automatically destroys undead with Hit Dice equal to or less than your effective cleric level minus 20). For example, a 22nd-level cleric would automatically turn any nearby wights or wraiths and would automatically destroy any Medium skeletons or zombies that came near him, but would have to turn nightshades and the like normally. Just as with normal turning, you can't affect undead that have total cover relative to you

Practiced SpellcasterEdit

Complete Divine, 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 can't increase your caster level beyond your HD. However, even if you can't benefit from the full bonus immediately, if you later gain noncaster-level HD you may be able to apply the rest of the bonus. For example, a human 5th-level cleric/3rd-level fighter who selects this feat would increase his cleric caster level from 5th to 8th (since he has 8 HD). If he later gained a fighter level, he would gain the remainder of the bonus and his cleric caster level would become 9th (since he now has 9 HD). 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 does not affect your spells per day or spells known. It only increases your caster level, which would help you penetrate SR 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

Profane BoostEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Divine

You can channel negative energy to increase the power of infl ict wounds spells cast near you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a rebuke attempt as standard action to place an aura of negative energy upon each creature within a 60-ft. burst. Any infl ict spell cast on one of these creatures before the end of your next turn is automatically maximized, with no adjustment to the spell's level or casting time

Quicken TurningEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[General

You can turn or rebuke undead with a moment's thought.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

You can turn or rebuke undead as a free action. You may still make only one turning attempt per round

Rapid SpellEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Metamagic

You can cast spells with long casting times more quickly.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

Only spells with a casting time greater than 1 standard action can be made rapid. A rapid spell with a casting time of 1 full round can be cast as a standard action. A rapid spell with a casting time measured in rounds can be cast in 1 full round. Rapid spells with casting times measured in minutes can be cast in 1 minute, and rapid spells with casting times measured in hours can be cast in 1 hour. A rapid spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level.

SpecialEdit

A spell can be made rapid and quickened only if its original casting time was 1 full round. This feat can be applied to a spell cast spontaneously as long as its original casting time was longer than 1 full round

Reach SpellEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Metamagic

You can cast touch spells without touching the spell recipient.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You may cast a spell that normally has a range of touch at any distance up to 30 feet. The spell effectively becomes a ray, so you must succeed on a ranged touch attack to bestow the spell upon the recipient. A reach spell uses up a spell slot two levels higher than the spell's actual level

Sacred BoostEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Divine

You can channel positive energy to increase the power of cure wounds spells cast near you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to turn undead,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a turn attempt as standard action to place an aura of positive energy upon each creature within a 60-ft. burst. Any cure spell cast on one of these creatures before the end of your next turn is automatically maximized, with no adjustment to the spell's level or casting time

Sacred HealingEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Divine

You can channel positive energy to grant nearby living creatures the ability to recover from their wounds quickly.

PrerequisiteEdit

Heal 8 ranks, ability to turn undead,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a turn attempt as a full-round action to grant fast healing 3 to all living creatures within a 60-ft. burst. The fast healing lasts for a number of rounds equal to 1 + your Cha modifier (minimum 1 round)

Sanctify RelicEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Item Creation

You can create magic items that are imbued with a connection to your deity.

PrerequisiteEdit

Any other item creation feat,

BenefitEdit

Relics are magic items--often but not always wondrous items--that rely on a divine connection to a specifi c deity to function. They are described further in Chapter 4

Serpent's VenomEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[Wild

You can deliver a toxic bite attack reminiscent of the viper.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can spend a usage of wild shape to gain a secondary bite attack (at your base attack bonus -5 and adding 1/2 your Strength bonus) that deals bludgeoning, piercing and slashing damage equal to a dagger appropriate to your size (1d4 for Medium, or 1d3 for Small). In addition, the bite delivers a toxic venom (Fortitude save DC 10+ 1/2 your HD + your Con modifier; 1d6 Con/1d6 Con).

SpecialEdit

If you already have a bite attack, it just gains the toxic venom part of this feat

Spectral StrikeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[Epic

You can strike incorporeal creatures as if they were solid.

PrerequisiteEdit

WIS 19, ability to turn or rebuke undead,

BenefitEdit

Your attacks deal damage normally against incorporeal creatures.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, even attacks that can damage an incorporeal creature have a 50% chance to deal no damage

Spell Focus (Chaos)Edit

Complete Divine, p. 46) 

[General

Your spells with an alignment descriptor are more potent than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Relevant alignment,

BenefitEdit

Add +1 to the DC for all saving throws against any of your spells that have an alignment descriptor (chaos, evil, good, or lawful) that matches your alignment. This bonus does not stack with any other bonus from Spell Focus feats.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken twice, choosing a different alignment descriptor each time

Spell Focus (Evil)Edit

Complete Divine, p. 22) 

[General

Your spells with an alignment descriptor are more potent than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Relevant alignment,

BenefitEdit

Add +1 to the DC for all saving throws against any of your spells that have an alignment descriptor (chaos, evil, good, or lawful) that matches your alignment. This bonus does not stack with any other bonus from Spell Focus feats.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken twice, choosing a different alignment descriptor each time

Spell Focus (Good)Edit

Complete Divine, p. 85) 

[General

Your spells with an alignment descriptor are more potent than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Relevant alignment,

BenefitEdit

Add +1 to the DC for all saving throws against any of your spells that have an alignment descriptor (chaos, evil, good, or lawful) that matches your alignment. This bonus does not stack with any other bonus from Spell Focus feats.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken twice, choosing a different alignment descriptor each time

Spell Focus (Law)Edit

Complete Divine, p. 100) 

[General

Your spells with an alignment descriptor are more potent than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Relevant alignment,

BenefitEdit

Add +1 to the DC for all saving throws against any of your spells that have an alignment descriptor (chaos, evil, good, or lawful) that matches your alignment. This bonus does not stack with any other bonus from Spell Focus feats.

SpecialEdit

This feat can be taken twice, choosing a different alignment descriptor each time

Spontaneous HealerEdit

Complete Divine, p. 84) 

[General

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 4 ranks, able to cast any cure wounds spell, nonevil alignment,

BenefitEdit

You can use your spellcasting ability to spontaneously cast cure spells (from your class spell list) just as a cleric can. You may use this ability a total number of times per day equal to your Wisdom modifier

Spontaneous SummonerEdit

Complete Divine, p. 85) 

[General

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (nature) 4 ranks, WIS 13, able to cast any summon nature's ally spell, any neutral alignment (NG, LN, N, CN, or NE),

BenefitEdit

You can spontaneously cast summon nature's ally spells (from your class spell list) just as a druid can. You may use this ability a total number of times per day equal to your Wisdom modifier

Spontaneous WounderEdit

Complete Divine, p. 85) 

[General

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 4 ranks, WIS 13, able to cast any infl ict wounds spell, nongood alignment,

BenefitEdit

You can use your spellcasting ability to spontaneously cast inflict spells (from your class spell list) just as a cleric can. You may use this ability a total number of times per day equal to your Wisdom modifier

Swim like a FishEdit

Complete Divine, p. 85) 

[Wild

You can breathe and swim underwater with grace.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can spend one wild shape to grow gills, enabling you to breathe underwater (while retaining your ability to breathe air). Webbing also grows between your fi ngers and between your toes, granting you a Swim speed of 40 ft. and a +8 bonus on your Swim checks. The effect lasts for one hour

Transdimensional SpellEdit

Complete Divine, p. 85)  [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 full, normal effect upon incorporeal creatures, creatures on the Ethereal Plane or 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 or portable hole. You must be able to perceive a creature to target it with a 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. Illus. by J. Pave

True BelieverEdit

Complete Divine, p. 86) 

[Divine

Your deity rewards your unquestioning faith and dedication.

PrerequisiteEdit

Must choose a single deity to worship. Must be within one step of that god's alignment,

BenefitEdit

Once per day when you are about to make a saving throw you may declare that you are using this feat to gain a +2 insight bonus on that saving throw. This feat also allows you to use a relic (see relics, page 88) of the deity you worship

Undead MasteryEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[Epic

You can command a greater number of undead than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 21, ability to rebuke or command undead,

Required forEdit

Zone of Animation (CD) ,

BenefitEdit

You may command up to ten times your level in HD of undead

Unholy StrikeEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[Epic

Your attacks deal great damage to good creatures.

PrerequisiteEdit

any evil alignment, Smite good class feature,

BenefitEdit

Any weapon you wield is treated as an unholy weapon (it deals +2d6 points of damage against creatures of good alignment). This ability doesn't stack with similar abilities (for instance, if the weapon is already an unholy weapon)

Wolverine's RageEdit

Complete Divine, p. 86) 

[Wild

You can fl y into a berserk rage when injured.

PrerequisiteEdit

Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

If you have taken damage during the last round, you may spend a wild shape as a free action on your turn to enter a rage. While in this rage, you gain a +2 bonus to Strength, a +2 bonus to Constitution, and take a -2 penalty to AC. This rage lasts for 5 rounds and cannot be ended voluntarily

Zone of AnimationEdit

Complete Divine, p. 90) 

[DivineEpic

You can channel negative energy to animate undead.

PrerequisiteEdit

Undead Mastery (CD) , CHA 25, ability to rebuke or command undead,

BenefitEdit

You can use a rebuke or command undead attempt to animate corpses within range of your rebuke or command attempt. You animate a total number of HD of undead equal to the number of undead that would be commanded by your result (though you can't animate more undead than there are available corpses within range). You can't animate more undead with any single attempt than the maximum number you can command (including any undead already under your command). These undead are automatically under your command, though your normal limit of commanded undead still applies. If the corpses are relatively fresh, the animated undead are zombies. Otherwise, they are skeletons

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