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You keep your flaws as well as your feats

You keep your flaws as well as your feats

There is nothing that states that you would lose any feats upon wildshaping, and thus neither would you lose any flaws. It may however be the case that you lose the benefit of a certain feat due to your new form. For example, if you take rapid shot but turn into an animal that can not use ranged weaponry, you still have the feat but it won't benefit you. The same may go for flaws. If a new form would somehow mean that the flaw you chose is no longer defficient to you, then you do temporarily lose the flaw and thus the feat you 'bought' with it. I do not see this happening often, though.

You keep your flaws as well as your feats

There is nothing that states that you would lose any feats upon wildshaping, and thus neither would you lose any flaws. It may however be the case that you lose the benefit of a certain feat due to your new form. For example, if you take rapid shot but turn into an animal that can not use ranged weaponry, you still have the feat but it won't benefit you. The same may go for flaws. If a new form would somehow mean that the flaw you chose is no longer defficient to you, then you do temporarily lose the flaw and thus the feat you 'bought' with it. I do not see this happening often, though.

You keep your flaws as well as your feats

There is nothing that states that you would lose any feats upon wildshaping, and thus neither would you lose any flaws. It may however be the case that you lose the benefit of a certain feat due to your new form. For example, if you take rapid shot but turn into an animal that can not use ranged weaponry, you still have the feat but it won't benefit you. The same may go for flaws. If a new form would somehow mean that the flaw you chose is no longer defficient to you, then you do temporarily lose the flaw and thus the feat you 'bought' with it. I do not see this happening often, though.

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You keep your flaws as well as your feats

There is nothing that states that you would lose any feats upon wildshaping, and thus neither would you lose any flaws. It may however be the case that you lose the benefit of a certain feat due to your new form. For example, if you take rapid shot but turn into an animal that can not use ranged weaponry, you still have the feat but it won't benefit you. The same may go for flaws. If a new form would somehow mean that the flaw you chose is no longer defficient to you, then you do temporarily lose the flaw and thus the feat you 'bought' with it. I do not see this happening often, though.