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    Default Wizard pastlife question

    I know the "passive" past life feat stacks up to 3 times, but my question is does the actual feat you can take do the same? Or is it just a +1 DC no matter how many wizard lives you have?


    This next question isn't spellcaster related, but was just wondering if someone could answer this. So say you wanted a epic feat, we'll use OC as a example. This requires 23 base str, so say I started out at 16 str and had a +5 tome, that would be 21. If you take the completionist feat does that count for the remaining 2 needed? I thought ability feats counted towards the base, so in theory it should work. I just don't remember since it has been a long time since I have played. Thank you. Sorry about misspelling or poor grammar, my phone hates me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClubbinSeals View Post
    I know the "passive" past life feat stacks up to 3 times, but my question is does the actual feat you can take do the same? Or is it just a +1 DC no matter how many wizard lives you have?
    You can only take the active feat once (ie only +1 DC).

    This next question isn't spellcaster related, but was just wondering if someone could answer this. So say you wanted a epic feat, we'll use OC as a example. This requires 23 base str, so say I started out at 16 str and had a +5 tome, that would be 21. If you take the completionist feat does that count for the remaining 2 needed? I thought ability feats counted towards the base, so in theory it should work. I just don't remember since it has been a long time since I have played. Thank you. Sorry about misspelling or poor grammar, my phone hates me.
    No, only Base + Tome + level-ups count

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    Ahh... Okay. Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andoris View Post
    No, only Base + Tome + level-ups count
    Not even the Great Ability epic feats?

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    Edit to remove double post. Stupid phone...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andoris View Post
    You can only take the active feat once (ie only +1 DC).



    No, only Base + Tome + level-ups count
    Are you sure Andoris? We know enhancements don't contribute but the completionist bonus may be more akin to a level up bonus. Pretty sure the +2 int gives you more skill points for example (but not 100% sure of that).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    Not even the Great Ability epic feats?
    correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devachan View Post
    Are you sure Andoris? We know enhancements don't contribute but the completionist bonus may be more akin to a level up bonus. Pretty sure the +2 int gives you more skill points for example (but not 100% sure of that).
    I don't personally have a completionist to test with, however; when talking with the completionists that I regularly play with, they assure me that the completionist feat doesn't qualify you for other feats.

    If you have a completionist laying around and can test let me know.

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