Wicken (4e Paragon Path)
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Plants are wonderful aren’t they. They’re even more beautiful and dangerous when grown under a witches power.
|—Kurana, Half-Elf Witch, Highly Advanced Botany Volume III, by Uramesh Uske|
Prerequisite: Witch, Trained in Nature
Wiccan, more commonly known as nature witches, are witches who have dedicated themselves to nature as well as arcane magic. Typically, these witches choose to nurture nature with their arcane powers and nature rewards them in turn granting them a connection to plants through their arcane power. These witches gain the ability to control specific plants as long as they continually feed them with arcane power that they channel through their bodies. Typically the chosen plant is something small like a flower or a wreath of ivy, but occasionally a wicken chooses something stronger such as a tree sapling.
Wiccan Path Features
- Implement Plant (11th Level): You gain an implement plant which you can cast your powers through. You gain a +1 enhancement bonus to powers with the implement keyword. This plant is considered to be a Ki Focus and can be enchanted as such.
- Plant Connection (11th Level): You gain a +5 bonus to nature checks involving plants.
- Action Growth (11th Level): When you spend an action point to take an additional action, you gain a +1 bonus to attack and damage rolls when using your implement plant until the end of the encounter.
- Arcane Pollen (16th Level): When you hit with an attack using your Implement Plant, you gain a +1 bonus to attack and damage rolls with powers using your Implement plant against the enemy you hit until the end of your next turn.