- Besides taking at least two levels in the prestige class heir of Siberys (Eberron Campaign Setting 80-2), is there another method of gaining a Siberys dragonmark?
For the purpose of meeting a feat's prerequisite, is a Siberys dragonmark a true dragonmark?
The phrase true dragonmark—used in the prerequisites of feats such as Breath of Siberys (Dragonmarked 135)—is mentioned in the description of the feat Aberrant Dragonmark ("A character with one of the true dragonmarks (least, lesser, or greater) cannot select this feat") (Eberron Campaign Setting 47), but I hesitate to base another feat's prerequisite on a definition provided by another feat, especially when a Siberys dragonmark mandates a creature select a mark from among non-aberrant dragonmarks from which the creature gains its power.
Although a creature can't take both the feat Least Dragonmark and the feat Aberrant Dragonmark, can a creature take either of those feats after gaining a Siberys dragonmark? (Yes, that is a high-level character... and whether it's optimal that a character do so isn't the issue.)
- Is there an official pronunciation for Siberys? Is it sigh-ber-iss? Is it cy-beer-ee-iss? Is it sigh-ber-eyes?