New to Pathfinder, so I apologize in advance if the answer to this is tremendously obvious!
I am playing a level 1 human oracle with the Lore mystery and the Friendless curse as listed in the Pathfinder SRD. The pertinent text for the curse is as follows:
[Y]ou gain your Charisma bonus to Sense Motive checks and saving throws versus spells and spell-like abilities of the enchantment school, in addition to your Wisdom.
The base Will save for a level one oracle is +2, and I have a Charisma modifier of +4 and a Wisdom modifier of -1. So if I were to make a Will save against a spell or spell-like ability of the enchantment school, my total Will save bonus would be +5, right? So far so good.
However, I was also planning on taking the Self Delusion feat to make up for my crappy Wisdom modifier. The crunch reads:
You may add your Charisma modifier, rather than you Wisdom modifier, to your Will saving throw bonus.
So again, assuming I were to make a Will save against a spell or spell-like ability of the enchantment school, what would my total Will save bonus be? If my Charisma modifier replaced the -1 for Wisdom, I'd effectively be doubling my Charisma modifier, giving me a whopping +10 to my Will save at level 1.
That seems very off, so I'm thinking I'm misinterpreting this or missing some obvious rule that prevents an ability modifier from affecting the same save twice. If the +10 is indeed the actual total, I'll likely end up switching to a different curse.
Any input would be greatly appreciated!