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The way I currently understand it, the feat appears to imply that the transformation power replaces infernal wrath only after receiving a critical hit. Am I correct in this? The relevant piece of the description is below.

Whenever you take a critical hit, you gain a +2 feat bonus to attack rolls against that enemy until the end of the encounter. In addition, you replace infernal wrath with diabolic transformation.

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No, these are two separate effects:

  • You replace your infernal wrath with diabolic transformation (all the time as soon as you take the feat, regardless of if you have been critted)
  • You gain +2 to attack rolls after being critically hit
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