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The SUBCLASS FEATURE COUNT table counts features for Druid at levels 3, 5, 7, 9, which seem to be the bonus spells granted by Circle of the Land. Circle of the Moon, and other Druid Circles, do not get subclass features at these levels, so this counting is not consistent within the Druid class. Also, the Cleric class gets bonus spells at levels 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, but these are clearly not counted in the table. This is an additional inconsistency, now between the two classes, but the question seems to be: Do bonus prepared spells counta sa a class feature, and if so, are they counted per spell level granted, or once overall (likely at the first level that grants a bonus prepared spell)?
Also, Circle of the Moon's Circle Forms feature gets a bump at 6th level, but this is not counted. I don't know if bumps to features gained early should be considered as counting, but I figured I would point that out.
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