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Combat Reflexes
2011-02-18, 05:54 PM
Short question: are these feats over/underpowered?

Practiced Turner [general]
You can multiclass and still be a badass undead turner/rebuker.

Prerequisites: Knowledge (religion) 4 ranks, Divine caster level 1st, ability to turn or rebuke undead.
Benefit: for the purposes of turning or rebuking undead only, your cleric level is increased, up to a maximum of your character level (including racial HD).
Normal: your effective turn/rebuke undead level is equal to your cleric level.

*Upgraded the feat.*

Master of Puppets[Divine]

You can brainwash more powerful undead if you really want to.

Prerequisites: Ability to rebuke undead, evil alignment.
Benefit: You may spend two rebuking attempts when you rebuke instead of one. If you do so, one undead creature you rebuke is controlled instead.

*Changed name*

2011-02-18, 07:14 PM
First feat definitely is not overpowered. Maybe a little underpowered even. Practiced Spellcaster is obvious comparison material, and it's certainly a bit better. Does that mean you should upgrade Practiced Turner? Maybe you should, but I'm not sure how you'd upgrade it. There are likely better ways to spend a feat if you want to get better at turning though.

As for Disciple of the Darkness...(might want to rename that, there's already a feat called Disciple of Darkness).

At a glance, it seems balanced; if certainly not overpowered.