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I remember a previous DM of mine mentioned that he had a book where characters add body augmentations like power of body or power of mind and i was wondering if anyone knows what book it is from?

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Nothing is coming up in the official feat list, so it's not a first-party WotC book. Any more clues? There were very many 3rd party books published for 3.x, and it's even possible that it was a netbook… – SevenSidedDie Aug 3 '12 at 5:49
Well, the Eberron Campaign Setting had rules - which I cannot remember in detail off the top of my head, since I never used them - for implanting enchanted dragonshards in a body and gaining a benefit that way. And I remember there was one book that had 'Grafts' as a magic item type, and they were quite literally grafted onto the flesh, but I can't remember which book it was. – GMJoe Aug 3 '12 at 6:39
Check with this DM for the accurate names if you can. That would be very useful. I remember vaguely Power of mind..but it was something psionic – MrJinPengyou Aug 3 '12 at 12:18

The only thing I can find with "Body of Power" as the actual name was an ability for a homebrew class called a Blaster, published on the Giant in the Playground forums. It didn't seem to be all that well received, either. (See Level 14)

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