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Acidic SplatterEdit

Complete Mage, p. 37) 

[Reserve


You can channel magical energy into orbs of acid.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an acid spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can throw an orb of acid as a ranged touch attack. The attack has a range of 5 feet per level of the highest-level acid spell you have available to cast and deals ld6 points of damage per level of that acid spell. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting acid spells

Alacritous CogitationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 37) 

[General


You can leave a prepared spell slot open to spontaneously cast a spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Must prepare arcane spells,

BenefitEdit

If you leave an arcane spell slot open when preparing spells, you can use that open slot to cast any arcane spell you know of the same level or lower. Casting the spell requires a full-round action. You can use this feat only once per day, regardless of the number of slots you leave open.

SpecialEdit

A wizard can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Aquatic BreathEdit

Complete Mage, p. 39) 

[Reserve

Your reservoir of magic allows you to breathe normally even underwater.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a water spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can breathe normally in both air and water. This supernatural quality requires no activation. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting water spells.

Battlecaster DefenseEdit

Complete Mage, p. 39) 

[Tactical

You have mastered techniques for taking full advantage of spells in melee while remaining unharmed.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Casting (PH) , Base attack bonus +1, caster level 1st,

BenefitEdit

The Battlecaster Defense feat allows the use of three tactical maneuvers while spellcasting in melee. Defensive Targeting: To use this maneuver, you must use the defensive casting option to cast a spell with a range of touch. If you successfully deliver the spell (that is, you succeed on the melee touch attack) on an enemy who threatens you while you cast it, you gain a +2 bonus on any touch attack you make against that enemy on your next turn. Practiced Defense: When you successfully cast a spell defensively in 2 consecutive rounds, you gain a +10 bonus on any Concentration check made to cast a spell defensively in the next round. Safe Retreat: When you successfully cast a spell defensively, your movement on your next turn doesn't provoke attacks of opportunity from any creatures that were threatening you when you cast defensively. (The movement still provokes attacks of opportunity from other creatures normally.)

Battlecaster OffenseEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[Tactical

You cunningly mix melee combat and spellcasting to increase the potency of both.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 4 ranks, Base attack bonus +1, Combat Casting or warmage edge,

BenefitEdit

The Battlecaster Offense feat allows the use of two tactical maneuvers. Spell and Sword: If you deal damage to a foe with a spell, you gain a +1 bonus on your first melee attack roll made against that foe in the next round. Sword and Spell: If you make a melee attack against a foe, you gain a +1 bonus to the save DC of the first spell you use against that foe in the next round. This bonus applies only against the foe or foes you attacked, not against any other creatures affected by the spell

Blade of ForceEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[Reserve

You can surround a weapon with a short-lived aura of force.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a 3rd-level or higher force spell available to cast, you can surround a melee weapon or a single piece of ammunition with a thin field of force. Activating this ability is a swift action; you must touch the weapon to be affected as part of the action. The next attack made with that weapon, if taken before the end of your next turn, deals an extra 1 point of damage per level of the highest-level force spell you have available to cast. Furthermore, that weapon ignores the miss chance normally granted to an incorporeal creature. If the next attack with that weapon misses, this benefit is lost. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting force spells

Borne AloftEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[Reserve

You can channel the magic of the winds to briefly grant you flight.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 5th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an air spell of 5th level or higher available to cast, you can fly up to 30 feet (perfect maneuverability) as a move action once per round. You must begin and end this flight solidly supported, or you fall. You can't use this ability if you wear heavy armor or carry a heavy load. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting air spells

Captivating MelodyEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[General

You can expend some of your musical abilities to increase the potency of your enchantment or illusion spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

ability to cast arcane spells, Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

As a swift action before casting a spell, you can attempt a Perform check (DC 15 + the level of the spell you intend to cast). If you succeed, you can sacrifice one of your daily uses of bardic music to increase the save DC of the next enchantment or illusion spell you cast in the same round by 2. If the Perform check fails, you still lose one daily use of bardic music but gain no benefit. You can apply Captivating Melody only to spells cast by the same class that grants you your bardic music ability. For instance, if you are a multiclass bard/wizard, you can apply this feat to bard spells, but not to spells you cast as a wizard

Clap of ThunderEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[Reserve

You can deliver a thunderous roar with a touch.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a sonic spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can deliver a melee touch attack as a standard action. This attack deals ld6 points of sonic damage per level of the highest-level sonic spell you have available to cast. Additionally, the subject must succeed on a Fortitude save or be deafened for 1 round. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting sonic spells

Cloudy ConjurationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[General

Your conjured creations and summoned beings appear in a puff of sickening black smoke, and you vanish in a cloud of the same when you teleport.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (conjuration) or conjurer level 1st,

BenefitEdit

When you cast a conjuration spell, you can choose to have a 5-foot-radius cloud of sickening smoke manifest. The cloud can appear in your space, adjacent to you, or in the space of or adjacent to your target (if any). The cloud lasts for 1 round. Any living creature is sickened while inside it (but not after exiting). The cloud in all other ways acts like a small area of the fog cloud spell. Creatures immune to poison are immune to the sickening effect. The cloud appears in conjunction with the spell taking effect (not before or after). Any creature you call or summon with the spell is immune to the sickening effect of the cloud.

SpecialEdit

A conjurer can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Clutch of EarthEdit

Complete Mage, p. 40) 

[Reserve

You briefly increase the earth's pull on the target creature.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an earth spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can spend a standard action to reduce the speed of any land bound creature within 30 feet of you. The creature's normal land speed, as well as its burrow and climb speeds, decrease by 5 feet per level of the highest level earth spell you have available to cast, to a minimum speed of 5 feet. This effect lasts for 1 round. A successful Fortitude save negates this effect and renders the target immune to the feat's effect for 24 hours. Creatures currently swimming or flying are immune to this effect. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting earth spells

Dazzling IllusionEdit

Complete Mage, p. 41) 

[General

Casting illusions causes the air about you to be filled with flashing colors that dazzle your foes.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (illusion) or illusionist level 1st,

BenefitEdit

When you cast an illusion spell, you can choose to render all enemies within 30 feet dazzled for 1 round. Blind creatures are immune to this effect.

SpecialEdit

An illusionist can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Defending SpiritEdit

Complete Mage, p. 41) 

[General

Your watchful spirit helps keep you safe in combat.

PrerequisiteEdit

Watchful spirit class feature (see the wu jen class in Complete Arcane),

BenefitEdit

Your watchful spirit helps you defend yourself. If you use an initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature, you gain a +2 dodge bonus to your Armor Class for the duration of that encounter. Also, you gain one extra initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature

Delay PotionEdit

Complete Mage, p. 41) 

[General

You can drink a potion and postpone its effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (arcana) 1 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can drink a potion and delay its effects for a number of hours equal to your Constitution modifier (minimum 1 hour). At any time during this period, you can activate the potion's effect as a swift action. If the duration expires before you activate the potion, it is wasted. You can delay only one potion at a time. You must activate a delayed potion before you can choose to delay another one

Dimensional JauntEdit

Complete Mage, p. 41) 

[Reserve

With a single step, you can cross an entire room.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 4th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a teleportation spell of 4th level or higher available to cast, you can spend a standard action to teleport yourself and carried objects up to your heavy load a distance of 5 feet per level of the highest-level teleportation spell you have available to cast. You can teleport only to a location that you can see (including one you are currently scrying). You can't bring along another creature (except for a familiar). As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting teleportation spells

Dimensional ReachEdit

Complete Mage, p. 41) 

[Reserve

You can transport small objects to you with an act of will.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a conjuration (summoning) spell of 3rd level higher available to cast, you can transport small items directly into your hand as a standard action. You must have line of sight to an item you wish to transport in this way, and it must be unattended. This ability works at a range of up to 5 feet per level of the highest-level summoning spell you have available to cast, and the item can weigh up to 2 pounds per level of that spell. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting conjuration (summoning) spells

Drowning GlanceEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[Reserve

With a look, you create a small but incapacitating amount of water in the subject's lungs.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 4th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a water spell of 4th level or higher available to cast, you can use a standard action to transform a small portion of the air in a living creature's lungs to water, making it difficult for the creature to breathe. The subject must be within 30 feet. The target becomes exhausted for 1 round; if it succeeds on a Fortitude save, it is instead fatigued for 1 round. Whether or not a targeted creature successfully saves, it is immune to any further uses of your drowning glance for 24 hours. Creatures that can breathe water (or who don't breathe) are immune to this effect. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting water spells

Elemental AdeptEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[General

You can spontaneously cast a spell of the element you have mastered.

PrerequisiteEdit

Elemental mastery class feature (see the wu jen class in Complete Arcane),

BenefitEdit

Choose one spell of the element you have chosen for your elemental mastery class feature. You can now spontaneously cast that spell by sacrificing a prepared spell of equal or higher level. The spell you choose must be in your spellbook. When you gain a level, you can change the spell you can spontaneously cast by picking a new spell of the element you chose for elemental mastery

Energy AbjurationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[General

Casting an abjuration spell grants you protection from energy damage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (PH) (Abjuration) , Abjurer level 1,

BenefitEdit

When you cast an abjuration spell, you can choose to gain a special energy resistance equal to (1 + the spell's level) x 5. This energy resistance lasts for the duration of the abjuration spell you cast or until you are struck by any type of energy damage (acid, cold, fire, electricity, or sonic). The resistance applies to the first energy damage to which you are exposed, and thereafter you lose the energy resistance until you cast another abjuration spell.

SpecialEdit

An abjurer can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Energy GestaltEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[Tactical

You have learned to combine multiple energy effects to great advantage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (PH) (evocation) , caster level 3rd,

BenefitEdit

The Energy Gestalt feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. In every case, you must deal damage to one or more subjects with a pair of energy-based spells you cast in 2 successive rounds. Acrid Fumes: You cast an acid spell followed by a fire spell. The flames of your second spell turn some of the lingering acid into choking, sickening fumes. Any living creature damaged by both spells is nauseated for 1 round. Those who make a successful Fortitude save (DC based on the second spell) are sickened for 1 round instead. Treat this as a poison effect for the purpose of save bonuses and immunities. Brittle Blast: You cast a cold spell followed by a sonic spell. Any object or construct damaged by both spells takes +50% damage from the sonic spell, because its physical structure has been made brittle by the cold. Improved Conduction: You cast a cold spell followed by an electricity spell. The lingering cold more effectively conducts the electricity, temporarily fatiguing creatures. Living creatures damaged by both spells are slowed for 1 round (as the slow spell). Creatures that make successful Fortitude saves (DC based on the second spell) are fatigued for 1 round

Face-ChangerEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[Reserve

Your mastery of illusions allows you to subtly alter your appearance at whim.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a glamer spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can alter your appearance as the spell disguise self, except that the duration lasts 1 minute per level of the glamer spell. This illusory transformation requires a full-round action to activate. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting glamer spells

Favored Magic FoeEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[General

Through study, you have learned how best to defend yourself against your favored enemies' spells and how to best affect them with your own.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge 6 ranks (in appropriate skill; see below) or favored enemy class feature,

BenefitEdit

Choose a creature type for which you have the favored enemy class feature, or one associated with a Knowledge skill in which you have at least 6 ranks (see below). If you choose humanoid or outsider, you must also choose a subtype from Table 3-14: Ranger Favored Enemies (PH 47). You gain a +1 bonus on caster level checks to overcome the spell resistance of the chosen creature type, and such creatures take a -1 penalty on saves against your spells and spell-like abilities. Creature Associated Type Knowledge Skill ----------------------------------------- Aberration Dungeoneering Animal Nature Construct Arcana Dragon Arcana Elemental The planes Fey Nature Giant Nature Humanoid (any) Local Magical beast Arcana Monstrous humanoid Nature Ooze Dungeoneering Outsider (any) The planes Plant Nature Undead Religion Vermin Nature SPECIAL: You can take this feat multiple times. Each time you take this feat, you choose a new creature type (or subtype, in the case of humanoids or outsiders)

Fearsome NecromancyEdit

Complete Mage, p. 42) 

[General

Creatures subjected to your necromantic spells feel the chill of fear.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (necromancy) or necromancer level 1st,

BenefitEdit

Any foe required to save against a necromancy spell you cast is shaken for 1 round, regardless of the result of the save. This mind-affecting fear ability does not stack with any other fear effect (it can't make a foe worse than shaken).

SpecialEdit

A necromancer can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Fey HeritageEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

You are descended from creatures native to the fey realms. You are naturally resistant to the most common effects produced by your ancestors.

PrerequisiteEdit

Nonlawful alignment,

Required forEdit

Fey Legacy (CM) , Fey Power (CM) , Fey Presence (CM) , Fey Skin (CM) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +3 bonus on Will saving throws against enchantment effects

Fey LegacyEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

The magical powers of your ancestors manifest in you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fey Heritage (CM) , character level 9th, Nonlawful alignment,

BenefitEdit

You gain the following spell-like abilities, each usable once per day: confusion, dimension door, and summon nature's ally V. Your caster level equals your character level

Fey PowerEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

Your fey heritage augments the power of certain types of magic.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fey Heritage (CM) , Nonlawful alignment,

BenefitEdit

Your caster level and save DCs for enchantment spells and warlock invocations increase by 1

Fey PresenceEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

You share your ancestors' knack for playing tricks on the minds of others.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fey Heritage (CM) , character level 6th, Nonlawful alignment,

BenefitEdit

You gain the following spell-like abilities, each usable once per day: charm monster, deep slumber, and disguise self. Your caster level equals your character level

Fey SkinEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

Your fey heritage guards you against all weapons except those crafted from the dreaded cold iron.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fey Heritage (CM) , Nonlawful alignment,

BenefitEdit

Benefit: You gain damage reduction (overcome by cold iron) equal to 1 + the number of feats you have that list Fey Heritage as a prerequisite (including such feats that you take after gaining this one). For example, if you have Fey Skin and Fey Presence, you would have damage reduction 3/cold iron.  This value stacks with any similar damage reduction you might have from your type, subtype, race, or class, but not from other sources, such as spells or magic items

Fiendish HeritageEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

You are descended from creatures native to the Lower Planes. You share some of your ancestors' natural resistance to poison, and you are resistant to the magic of good foes.

PrerequisiteEdit

Non-good alignment,

Required forEdit

Fiendish Legacy (CM) , Fiendish Power (CM) , Fiendish Presence (CM) , Fiendish Resistance (CM) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +4 bonus on Fortitude saving throws against poison. You also gain a +1 bonus on saving throws against spells or other effects produced by good creatures

Fiendish LegacyEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

The magical powers of your ancestors manifest in you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fiendish Heritage (CM) , character level 9th, Non-good alignment,

BenefitEdit

You gain the following spell-like abilities, each usable once per day: teleport (self plus 50 pounds of objects only), summon monster V (fiendish creatures only), and unholy blight. Your caster level equals your character level

Fiendish PowerEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

Your fiendish heritage augments the power of certain types of magic.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fiendish Heritage (CM) , Non-good alignment,

BenefitEdit

Your caster level and save DCs for evil spells and warlock invocations increase by 1

Fiendish PresenceEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

You share your ancestors' ability to tamper with the minds of weak-minded fools.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fiendish Heritage (CM) , character level 6th, Non-good alignment,

BenefitEdit

You gain the following spell-like abilities, each usable once per day: cause fear, detect thoughts, and suggestion. Your caster level equals your character level

Fiendish ResistanceEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Heritage

Your bloodline inures you against corrosion and fire.

PrerequisiteEdit

Fiendish Heritage (CM) , Non-good alignment,

BenefitEdit

You gain resistance to acid and fire equal to three times the number of feats you have that list Fiendish Heritage as a prerequisite (including such feats that you take after gaining this one). These values stack with any resistance to acid or fire you might have from your type, subtype, race, or class, but not from other sources, such as spells or magic items

Fiery BurstEdit

Complete Mage, p. 43) 

[Reserve

You channel your magical talent into a blast of fire.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a fire spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can spend a standard action to create a 5-foot-radius burst of fire at a range of 30 feet. This burst deals ld6 points of fire damage per level of the highest level fire spell you have available to cast. A successful Reflex save halves the damage. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting fire spells

Hasty SpiritEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44)  [General

Your watchful spirit lends you a burst of speed in times of great need.

PrerequisiteEdit

Watchful spirit class feature (see the wu jen class in Complete Arcane),

BenefitEdit

If you use an initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature, you can take an extra move action on one of your turns during that encounter. Also, you gain one extra initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature

Hurricane BreathEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[Reserve

The power of elemental air you hold in your mind allows you to exhale the wind.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an air spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can attempt to knock a single creature within 30 feet back with a blast of wind. This requires a standard action and functions much like a bull rush; roll 1d20 + the level of the highest-level air spell you have available to cast opposed by your opponent's Strength check. If you succeed, you push the creature back 5 feet. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting air spells

Insightful DivinationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[General

Casting a divination spell grants you an uncanny insight into danger.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (divination) or diviner level 1st,

BenefitEdit

When you cast a divination spell, you gain an insight bonus equal to the spell's level + 1 on initiative checks and an equal insight bonus on the first save you make within the next 24 hours. After you roll this saving throw, you lose the benefit of both bonuses until you cast another divination spell. If you cast a second divination spell when the first benefit is still active, you choose whether to retain your existing bonus or take the new one granted by the second spell.

SpecialEdit

A diviner can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Invisible NeedleEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[Reserve

You can create tiny darts of force.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a force spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can use a standard action to hurl a tiny needle-shaped projectile created from pure force. This attack requires a successful ranged attack roll (not a ranged touch attack), and the dart has a range of 5 feet per level of the force spell. The needle deals ld4 points of damage per level of the highest-level force spell you have available. Because it is composed of force, the needle can strike incorporeal creatures. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting force spells

Magic Device AttunementEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[General

You have a knack for activating familiar magic items.

PrerequisiteEdit

Use Magic Device 1 ranks,

BenefitEdit

If you successfully activate an item with the Use Magic Device skill, you can take a free action to attune yourself to the item. For the next 24 hours, you can activate that item without making further Use Magic Device checks. You can attune yourself to only one item at a time. If you attune yourself to a second item, the previous attunement ends

Magic DisruptionEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[Reserve

You can use your powers of abjuration to interfere with other casters' spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an abjuration spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can attempt to interrupt another character's spellcasting with a tiny burst of magic. As an immediate action, you can force any character within 30 feet currently casting a spell to make a Concentration check (DC 15 + the level of the highest-level abjuration spell you have available to cast); if the check fails, the spell's save DC and caster level are reduced by 2 (to a minimum caster level of 1st). As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting abjuration spells

Magic SensitiveEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[Reserve

You literally see the emanations of magic around you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a divination spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can sense magical auras (as if you had cast detect magic). The range of your detection is equal to 5 feet per level of the highest-level divination spell you have available to cast. Activating or concentrating on this ability requires a standard action. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting divination spells

Master of UndeathEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[General

You can control an undead that you create . . . for a time.

PrerequisiteEdit

Knowledge (religion) 5 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you create an undead creature, you can decide that it doesn't count against your normal limit of controlled undead creatures. In this case, you still control the creature, but only for a number of days equal to your caster level. When this duration ends, the undead immediately becomes hostile to you (though you can establish control over it by other means). You can have only one creature of this kind at a time

Melodic CastingEdit

Complete Mage, p. 44) 

[General

You can weave your music and magic together into a single perfect voice.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform 4 ranks, Spellcraft 4 ranks, bardic music class feature,

BenefitEdit

Whenever a Concentration check would be required to cast a spell or use a spell-like ability (such as when you cast defensively or are distracted or injured while casting), you can make a Perform check instead. In addition, you can cast spells and activate magic items by command word or spell completion while using a bardic music ability. Bardic music abilities that require concentration still take a standard action to perform.

NormalEdit

A bard can't cast spells or activate magic items by command word or spell completion while using bardic music

Metamagic School FocusEdit

Complete Mage, p. 45) 

[General

You are unusually skilled at modifying the effects of a particular school of magic.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (chosen school) or specialist wizard in chosen school,

BenefitEdit

Choose a school of magic for which you have the Spell Focus feat, or the school in which you have specialized. Three times per day, you can reduce by one level the cost of a metamagic feat applied to a spell of the chosen school. If you prepare spells, you can have only up to three such reduced cost spells prepared at any time.

SpecialEdit

A wizard can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat. This feat can be taken more than once. Each time you take it, it applies to a different school of magic.

Metamagic Spell TriggerEdit

Complete Mage, p. 45) 

[General

You can apply metamagic feats you know to spell effects from magic items you activate with a spell trigger.

PrerequisiteEdit

Use Magic Device 15 ranks, Any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

You can apply any one metamagic feat you know to a spell generated by a spell trigger item (such as a wand or staff) that you activate. You expend one extra charge for each change in spell level a metamagic feat normally requires. If the metamagic feat's level adjustment would normally increase the slot of the chosen spell's level above 9th, you can't apply the metamagic effect to the spell. For example, you can't apply Quicken Spell to an antimagic field generated by a staff (since that would take a 10th-level spell slot to cast). If sufficient charges aren't available in the item to power the application of metamagic feats (or if the item doesn't use charges), the item fails to activate and no charges are used, but the action used to activate the item is wasted

Metamagic VigorEdit

Complete Mage, p. 45) 

[Tactical

The energy you pour into increasing the power of your spells feeds back upon itself in an ever-increasing cycle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Two or more metamagic feats,

BenefitEdit

The Metamagic Vigor feat allows the use of two tactical maneuvers. Metamagic Intensity: If you cast spells affected by the same metamagic feat in 2 consecutive rounds, you gain a +1 bonus to the second spell's caster level. Metamagic Versatility: If you cast spells affected by two different metamagic feats in 2 consecutive rounds, you gain a +1 bonus to the second spell's save DC.

SpecialEdit

You can't benefit from both of these maneuvers (or either maneuver more than once) in a single round; if you are eligible to use both, choose the one you want. Only actual metamagic feats allow this feat to function. A metamagic spell effect produced by a metamagic rod or other magic item or external device does not qualify you to use this feat

Minor ShapeshiftEdit

Complete Mage, p. 45) 

[Reserve

Your mastery of shapeshifting magic allows you to reshape your flesh in small but significant ways.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 4th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a polymorph spell of 4th level or higher available to cast, you can spend a swift action to grant yourself one of the following BENEFITS:: Might: +2 bonus on melee damage rolls. Mobility: +2 competence bonus on Balance, Climb, Jump, and Swim checks. Savagery: Primary claw attack dealing ld6 points of damage (assuming Medium size). Speed: +5-foot enhancement bonus to any one movement mode you already possess. Vigor: Temporary hit points equal to your HD. The chosen benefit lasts for a number of rounds equal to the level of the highest-level polymorph spell you have available to cast. If you activate this feat a second time while a previous benefit is still in effect, the first benefit ends immediately. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting polymorph spells. See page 91 for details on the new polymorph subschool of spells

Mystic BacklashEdit

Complete Mage, p. 45) 

[Reserve

With a touch, your magic corrupts the spells of your enemy.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 5th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an abjuration spell of 5th level or higher available to cast, you can make another creature's spellcasting harmful to itself. Use of this feat requires a melee touch attack that does not provoke attacks of opportunity. As a standard action, with a successful touch you can infuse another creature with baneful magic for a number of rounds equal to the level of the highest-level abjuration spell you have available. A successful Will save reduces this duration to 1 round. For the duration of the effect, each time the target completes the casting of a spell, it takes damage equal to the level of the abjuration spell that determined the effect's duration. Since the spell's casting has already been completed, this doesn't count as damage dealt during casting. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting abjuration spells

Piercing EvocationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 46) 

[General

Your evocation spells ignore an amount of energy resistance.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (evocation) or evoker level 1st,

BenefitEdit

When you cast an evocation spell that deals energy damage (acid, cold, fire, electricity, or sonic), you can choose for 10 points of energy damage dealt by the spell to become untyped damage to which energy resistance and immunity do not apply. If the spell deals multiple types of energy damage, you choose how much of each type is converted by this feat after rolling damage.

SpecialEdit

An evoker can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Ranged RecallEdit

Complete Mage, p. 46) 

[General

Your magical ranged attacks rarely miss.

PrerequisiteEdit

Point Blank Shot (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (ranged spell) , Spellcraft 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When you miss with a spell or spell-like ability ranged attack against a target within 30 feet, you can spend a swift action to reroll the attack with a -5 penalty. You can use this ability three times per day

Rapid MetamagicEdit

Complete Mage, p. 46) 

[General

You possess an uncanny mastery of your magic, enabling you to modify spells on the fly much faster than others can.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 12 ranks, ability to spontaneously cast spells,

BenefitEdit

When you apply a metamagic feat to a spontaneously cast spell, the spell takes only its normal casting time.

NormalEdit

Spontaneous casters applying metamagic must either take a full-round action (if the spell normally requires a standard action or less) or add a full-round action to the casting time (if the spell takes 1 full round or longer to cast)

Residual MagicEdit

Complete Mage, p. 46) 

[Tactical

You can use the lingering energy from a spell you cast to boost the effect of a later spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 12 ranks, any metamagic feat,

BenefitEdit

The Residual Magic feat allows the use of two tactical maneuvers. Enduring Potency: If you cast a spell from your daily allotment of spells, then cast the same spell from a scroll or wand in the next round, you can treat the second casting as if it had come from your daily allotment of spells for the purpose of caster level, save DC, and any other effect of the spell. For example, if Hennet the 10th-level sorcerer casts magic missile, then activates a wand of magic missile (caster level 5th) in the next round, he can treat the wand's magic missile as if he had cast it (giving him a greater range, number of missiles, and so forth). Lingering Metamagic: If you cast a spell affected by one or more metamagic feats, and then cast the same spell in the next round, you can apply any one of the metamagic effects from the first casting to the second casting, but without any change to the spell's level. The second spell doesn't count as being affected by a metamagic feat for the purpose of this benefit (that is, it doesn't entitle you to apply the metamagic feat to a spell you might cast in the following round). Only spells you cast using your own metamagic feats (as opposed to metamagic effects from magic items) allow this option to function. For example, if Hennet uses a 5th-level slot to cast an empowered lightning bolt, in the next round he can use a 3rdlevel slot to cast another empowered lightning bolt. If the first spell was a silent empowered lightning bolt, he could apply the effect of either Silent Spell or Empower Spell to the second casting of lightning bolt, but not both

Retributive SpellEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[Metamagic

You can keep a spell in reserve to use when a foe causes you harm.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

When you cast a spell modified by this metamagic feat, the spell has no immediate effect. Any time you are dealt damage by a melee attack during the next 24 hours (or until you next prepare or ready your spells), you can choose to cast the spell on that attacker as an immediate action. Once activated, a retributive spell disappears (it can only affect one attacker). You can apply this feat only to a spell that targets a creature. A retributive spell can target only the attacker that triggered it, even if the spell would normally allow you to target multiple creatures. You can have only one retributive spell cast at a time. Casting a second retributive spell cancels the first (eliminating it with no effect). If you prepare or ready spells while you have a retributive spell cast, the spell dissipates with no effect. A retributive spell uses up a spell slot one level higher than the spell's actual level

Shadow VeilEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[Reserve

You draw wisps of darkness across your enemy's eyes, obscuring the world around him.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a darkness spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can obscure the vision of a subject within 30 feet as a standard action. If the subject fails a Will save, it treats all other creatures and objects as though they had concealment and takes a -5 penalty on Spot checks for 1 round. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting darkness spells.

Sickening GraspEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[Reserve

You wreak havoc with the inner organs of a target, causing it to grow ill.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a necromancy spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, any living creature you hit with a melee touch attack becomes sickened for a number of rounds equal to the level of the highest-level necromancy spell you have available to cast. The subject can reduce this duration to 1 round with a successful Fortitude save. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting necromancy spells

Somatic WeaponryEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[General

You are adept at performing somatic spell components while your hands are occupied.

PrerequisiteEdit

Concentration 5 Ranks, Spellcraft 5 Ranks,

BenefitEdit

When holding a weapon (or object of comparable size) in one or both hands, you can use that item to trace the somatic component of a spell, rather than using your fingers. This allows you to cast spells with somatic components even while your hands are full or occupied, as long as at least one hand is holding an item of the proper size. 
  This feat doesn't allow you to use somatic components while grappling, regardless of the size of your foe.

NormalEdit

You must have a hand free to cast somatic components

Storm BoltEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[Reserve

The electrical energy contained within your magic rages inside you, begging to be released.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an electricity spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can fire a 20-foot line of electricity as a standard action. This bolt deals ld6 points of electricity damage per level of the highest-level electricity spell you have available to cast. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting electricity spells.

Summon ElementalEdit

Complete Mage, p. 47) 

[Reserve

You can channel the summoning power you hold to briefly bring forth an elemental servant.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 4th-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a summoning spell of 4th level or higher available to cast, you can summon a Small elemental (air, earth, fire, or water; your choice) within a range of 30 feet. The elemental acts as if summoned by a summon monster spell (PH 285). The duration of the summoning is equal to 1 round per level of the highest-level conjuration (summoning) spell you have available to cast. You can have only one summoned elemental from this feat at a time; if you use the ability a second time, the first elemental disappears. Also, you must remain close to the elemental you summon. If at the end of your turn you are more than 30 feet from the elemental, it disappears. If you have a conjuration (summoning) spell of 6th level or higher available to cast, you can summon a Medium elemental instead. If you have a conjuration (summoning) spell of 8th level or higher available to cast, you can summon a Large elemental instead. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting conjuration (summoning) I spells

Sunlight EyesEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[Reserve

The bright magic within you allows you to see through the darkest shadow.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a light spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can take a swift action to grant yourself the ability to see normally in any conditions of illumination (shadowy illumination, darkness, and magical shadow or darkness). The range of this vision is 10 feet per level of the highest-level light spell you have available to cast, and the effect lasts for 1 round. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting light spells

Touch of DistractionEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[Reserve

Your touch briefly clouds the mind of a foe, impeding its efforts.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an enchantment spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can cloud the mind of a creature within 30 feet as a standard action. The target takes a -2 penalty on its next single attack roll or Reflex saving throw. If the target makes no attacks or Reflex saves within a number of rounds equal to the level of the highest-level enchantment spell you have available to cast, the effect ends. Multiple uses of this feat don't stack. This is an enchantment (compulsion), mind-affecting effect. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting enchantment spells

Toughening TransmutationEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[General

Casting a transmutation spell briefly transforms your skin or that of an ally into sterner stuff.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (transmutation) or transmuter level 1st,

BenefitEdit

Whenever you cast a transmutation spell, you can choose to grant yourself or any one creature targeted by the spell damage reduction 5/magic. If the creature already has damage reduction (of any type) from another source, you increase that damage reduction by 5 instead. This effect lasts for 1 round.

SpecialEdit

A transmuter can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Unsettling EnchantmentEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[General

Your enchantment spells cloud the minds of even those who would otherwise resist their effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spell Focus (enchantment) or enchanter level 1st,

BenefitEdit

Any foe required to save against an enchantment spell you cast takes a -2 penalty on attack rolls and to AC for 1 round, regardless of the result of the save. This is a mindaffecting effect.

SpecialEdit

An enchanter can select this feat as a wizard bonus feat

Vengeful SpiritEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[General

Your watchful spirit takes revenge on foes that have harmed you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Watchful spirit class feature (see the wu jen class in Complete Arcane),

BenefitEdit

If you use an initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature, the first creature to deal damage to you in the encounter immediately takes half the damage it dealt to you. This damage is untyped, so damage reduction and resistance or immunity does not apply. Also, you gain one extra initiative reroll from your watchful spirit class feature

Wind-Guided ArrowsEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[Reserve

Your mastery of the wind allows you to alter the flight of a ranged weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have an air spell of 3rd level or higher available to cast, you can spend an immediate action to alter slightly the course of an arrow, crossbow bolt, spear, or other ranged weapon already in flight. You can't change the weapon's target, but you can apply a +2 bonus or -2 penalty on its attack roll. You and the target can be no farther apart than 10 feet per level of the highest-level air spell you have available, since the guidance occurs at the end of the weapon's flight. This feat works only on thrown or projectile weapons; it can't affect spells, powers, energy attacks, or the like. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting air spells

Winter's BlastEdit

Complete Mage, p. 48) 

[Reserve

The frozen magic within you can burst forth in a hail of frost.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 2nd-level spells,

BenefitEdit

As long as you have a cold spell of 2nd level or higher available to cast, you can create a 15-foot cone-shaped burst of cold. This cone deals ld4 points of cold damage per level of the highest-level cold spell you have available to cast. A successful Reflex save halves the damage. As a secondary benefit, you gain a +1 competence bonus to your caster level when casting cold spells

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