Im making a Protean Bloodline Sorceror, and I was wondering if you can use Persistent Spell on Bloodline powers. As far as I have seen bloodline powers do not have the same levels as the normal spells, so how does the +2 to the spell level work?
For those who don't know it offhand:
Persistent Spell (Metamagic)
You can modify a spell to become more tenacious when its targets resist its effect. Benefit: Whenever a creature targeted by a persistent spell or within its area succeeds on its saving throw against the spell, it must make another saving throw against the effect. If a creature fails this second saving throw, it suffers the full effects of the spell, as if it had failed its first saving throw.
Level Increase: +2 (a persistent spell uses up a spell slot two levels higher than the spell’s actual level.) Spells that do not require a saving throw to resist or lessen the spell’s effect do not benefit from this feat.
So my main reason for asking, with the protean bloodline you get this power:
Protoplasm (Sp): At 1st level, you can create a ball of entropic protoplasm and hurl it at targets within 30 feet. This protoplasm acts as a tanglefoot bag that also inflicts 1 point of acid damage per round to a creature entangled by it. The protoplasm dissolves within 1d3 rounds. You may use this ability a number of times per day equal to 3 + your Charisma modifier.
So I wanted to know if this power will be effected by Persistent Spell.