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It is important to note, in your "recursive Scenario", the wording of your feats. If feat A is a prerequisite for B that is a prerequisite for C, and I have all three of them but then I lose A, will I still be able to use feat C? (since I still have B) if you lose feat A, you cannot use feat B. but you can still use feat C. If feat C is worded ...


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The cleric won't be able to use the feat Persistent Spell until the feat Extend Spell is regained The feat Extend Spell is a prerequisite for the feat Persistent Spell (CAr 81), and, unless the cleric manages to acquire the ability to employ the feat Persistent Spell while ignoring prerequisites somehow, losing the feat Extend Spell means being unable to ...


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From the d20 SRD: Some feats have prerequisites. Your character must have the indicated ability score, class feature, feat, skill, base attack bonus, or other quality designated in order to select or use that feat. A character can gain a feat at the same level at which he or she gains the prerequisite. A character can’t use a feat if he or she has ...


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First of all, you are not entitled to cast any 3rd level cleric spells at 3rd cleric level. In Pathfinder spell levels and caster levels are not the same. You can cast 2nd level spells at 3rd cleric level and 3rd level spells at 5th. But there are cases when you can cast domain spells at lower levels than ordinary cleric spells with the same name. As far ...


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A cleric doesn't gain early access to his domain spells The spell deeper darkness is a 3rd-level spell for a cleric, even if the cleric has the Darkness domain. (In a domain's entry after Domain Spells the 1st, 2nd, and so on aren't the cleric's level but the spell's level.) A cleric must be at least level 5 to prepare deeper darkness, and the cleric must ...


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The fact that the Death domain is not in the Player's Handbook should be proof enough it requires DM approval. In the games I DM personally, the Death domain is only available to clerics who worship a specific deity that grants it. The DMG specifies explicity the domain is for evil clerics... That isn't flavor text in my eyes as a DM. If you look at the ...


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To quote the Divine Guidance move in full (emphasis mine): When you petition your deity according to the precept of your religion, you are granted some useful knowledge or boon related to your deity’s domain. The GM will tell you what. It is the deity's domain which limits the nature of the knowledge or boon granted, not the precept. Since your cleric ...


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You've got the petition backwards. Petitions are the things the cleric does to worship, not what the cleric gets from worshipping. Your religion is cultish and insular, add Petition: Gaining Secrets Petitioning by Gaining Secrets means learning a new secret for the cult, not being given one by the god. To petition What Lies Beneath via Gaining Secrets, ...


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You are incorrect that the rules do not limit the move. Your cleric should only be able to ask for Divine Guidance when they fulfill the precepts of their religion. The description for the move Divine Guidance states: When you petition your deity according to the precept of your religion... There are four precepts listed in the Dungeon World rules; ...



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