Discussion:What Determines ones Manifester Level?

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What Determines ones Manifester Level?[edit]

Aarnott 14:55, 15 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

In the psionics overview, the manifester level is described: "The variables of a power’s effect often depend on its manifester level, which is equal to your psionic class level."

In the feat Overchannel it says: "Your manifester level is equal to your total levels in classes that manifest powers."

Which one is correct about manifester level? If I gain 4 levels in Wilder and then 6 in Psion, am I a 10th level manifester or 4th for wilder powers, and 6th for psion powers?


Sledged (talk)
2007 May 15 15:11 (MDT)

The beginning of WotC errata docs say:

When you find a disagreement between two D&D® rules sources, unless an official errata file says otherwise, the primary source is correct. One example of a primary/secondary source is text taking precedence over a table entry. An individual spell description takes precedence when the short description in the beginning of the spells chapter disagrees.

The manifesting powers rule information is the primary source over the Overchannel feat.

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