Prerequisite(s): Eldritch Heritage or sorcerer bloodline class feature.
Benefit: You gain the 1st-level bloodrager bloodline power for your bloodline. In addition, you gain the ability to enter a state similar to (but less powerful than) a bloodrager‘s bloodrage. You can enter this lesser bloodrage twice per day, for up to 4 rounds. During this lesser bloodrage, you gain a +2 morale bonus to Strength and Constitution, and no morale bonus on Will saving throws. Otherwise, this benefit is the same as the bloodrage class feature.
My brain is on fire trying to understand this. If you have the sorcerer bloodline or the eldritch heritage (the prerequisites), how can you possibly not have the 1st level bloodline power? You get that power by the definition of having the eldritch heritage feat or being a level 1 character with the class feature.
I would assume that this is just nonsense, but the next sentence starts with "in addition" leading me to believe that the wording is purposeful and describes something I am not understanding.
If I am making a wood oracle and get the verdant bloodline ability through eldritch heritage, what does the "Raging blood" feat exactly do other than the reduced bloodrage feature. What does the first sentence mean? I'm desparately trying to wrap my head around this.