Favored of an Olympian (3.5e Feat)

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Date Created: 5th July 2016
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Favored of an Olympian [Minion] Benefit: You dedicated yourself to one of the Gods of Olympus, or one has taken an interest in you. Choose a Olympian Deity to be your patron when you take this feat. From this point forward, whenever you would make a d20 roll for an action that relates to the deity's portfolio (GM's discretion on edge cases), you can invoke the name and power of your patron as a free action. If you do, you may roll the d20 twice and take the better result. This ability is usable once per round.

Greek Deities are fickle, but warn those they like before punishing them, you gain a third sense which function as a Phylactery of Faithfulness which in addition to it normal effect, warn you if you are about to commit an heinous act against your Olympian patron. This does not protect you from offending other Olympians however. Further feat on this line include punishment for heinous act done against your patron, after their eyes are on you. Normal: You may this feat multiple time, each time applying to a different Olympian.

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Article BalanceUnquantifiable +
AuthorLeziad +
Identifier3.5e Feat +
PrerequisiteNone +
Rated ByGhostwheel +
RatingRating Pending +
SummaryYou are favored by one of the God of Olympus. +
TitleFavored of an Olympian +
TypeMinion +