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The text is unclear, and the "yes it works" argument has already been espoused, so I'll take the contrarian view. Bloodline Arcana says "Whenever you apply a metamagic feat to a spell that increases the slot used by at least one level". In the case of applying Extend Spell to a spell that is enhanced by Magical Lineage, the slot used is not increased. ...


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Both the trait Magical Lineage and the arcane bloodline bloodline arcana are looking for metamagic feats that do the same thing: they're seeing if you're applying to a spell the benefit of a metamagic feat increases the spell's slot level by at least +1. It doesn't matter if you actually increase that slot level by at least 1 or not when you cast or prepare ...


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Yes “Rolling damage” means rolling all the dice. The extra dice from spell bombardment are just “dice” and can be rerolled with empowered spell. Similarly, the rerolls from empowered spell are just dice and subject to spell bombardment.


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A non-rules based option: It's fine to let it work. The Empowered Spell metamagic option is weak, especially when compared to something like Quickened Spell, and it averages out at something like 2-3 additional points of damage. There may be little in the way of rules-based support for this, but on the scales of balance I don't see a problem in allowing it. ...


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Empowered Spell is a one-time choice. The Empowered Spell metamagic option is a one-time choice. When you roll damage for a spell, you can choose to spend a sorcery point to reroll a number of the resulting damage dice equal to your Charisma mod. It doesn't matter whether additional damage is added by other features after the fact; you choose the dice to ...


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This doesn't work because Empowered Spell's rerolls all happen simultaneously I believe that Empowered Spell only lets you reroll damage dice that you just rolled. The feature states: When you roll damage for a spell, you can spend 1 sorcery point to reroll a number of the damage dice up to your Charisma modifier (minimum of one) [...] I read this as ...


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Yes, he can. Compare the wording of Divine Metamagic: As a free action, you can take the energy from turning or rebuking undead and use it to apply a metamagic feat to divine spells that you know. You must spend one turn or rebuke attempt, plus an additional attempt for each level increase in the metamagic feat you're using. to the wording of Metamagic ...


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