I'm incredibly new to tabletop roleplaying games and D&D 4e, and I was wondering whether a featured power counts as an at will power.
I ask this question because I am trying to create a Druid character and I saw that he has the power Wild Shape. I wanted to be a predator Druid but then I saw that in the build it said that the class feature was Primal Predator. Does this mean I can't have both Wild Shape and Primal Predator, or are class features and Druid features different? Or do all Druids get Wild Shape along with their other powers and a class feature? Basically, are class features and the Druid's features the same?
Also, does wild shape count as an at-will power? I know this might seem like a stupid newbie question. But please try to answer it as best as possible. I am joining a D&D group and I would not like to show up and look like a idiot.