3.5e Familiar Feats
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Familiar Feats are feats that require a familiar, usually gained as a Sorcerer, Wizard or Hexblade class feature.
Feat | Prerequisite | Summary |
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Big Familiar | The ability to summon a familiar | You can take a larger animal or vermin as a familiar. |
Cadaverous Familiar | The ability to summon a familiar, Ability to cast the animate dead spell | You can take an undead creature as a familiar. |
Extra Familiar | Already have a familiar | You can acquire more than one familiar |
Familiar Bond | ||
Familiar Concentration | A familiar | Your familiar can concentrate on spells for you. |
Familiar Development | A familiar | You have put time and effort into developing your familiar. |
Familiar Feat | A familiar | Your familiar learns a new feat. |
Familiar Feat Merge | A familiar | Your familiar learns all the feats you know. |
Familiar Focus | A familiar | You compensate for any lack in focus when developing your familiar |
Familiar Fortitude | You do not physically suffer from the loss of a familiar. | |
Familiar Range Extension | A familiar | You can communicate with your familiar over long distances |
Linked Resistance | Familiar with SR | When touching your familiar you can benefit from its Spell Resistance (SR). |
Talking Familiar | ||
Toltec Familiar | ||
Weapon Familiar |