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Psionic Feats

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Psionic Item Creation Feats
Metapsionic Feats
Feat Descriptions
Aligned Attack [Psionic]
Antipsionic Magic [General]
Autonomous [General]
Body Fuel [Psionic]
Boost Construct [Psionic]
Burrowing Power [Metapsionic]
Chain Power [Metapsionic]
Chaotic Mind [General]
Cloak Dance [General]
Closed Mind [General]
Combat Manifestation [Psionic]
Craft Cognizance Crystal [Item Creation]
Craft Dorje [Item Creation]
Craft Psicrown [Item Creation]
Craft Psionic Arms and Armor [Item Creation]
Craft Psionic Construct [Item Creation]
Craft Universal Item [Item Creation]
Deadly Precision [General]
Deep Impact [Psionic]
Delay Power [Metapsionic]
Empower Power [Metapsionic]
Enlarge Power [Metapsionic]
Expanded Knowledge [Psionic]
Extend Power [Metapsionic]
Fell Shot [Psionic]
Focused Sunder [Psionic]
Force of Will [General]
Ghost Attack [Psionic]
Greater Manyshot [General]
Greater Power Penetration [Psionic]
Greater Power Specialization [Psionic]
Greater Psionic Endowment [Psionic]
Greater Psionic Fist [Psionic]
Greater Psionic Shot [Psionic]
Greater Psionic Weapon [Psionic]
Hostile Mind [General]
Imprint Stone [Item Creation]
Improved Psicrystal [Psionic]
Inquisitor [Psionic]
Maximize Power [Metapsionic]
Mental Leap [Psionic]
Mental Resistance [General]
Metamorphic Transfer [Psionic]
Mind Over Body [General]
Narrow Mind [Psionic]
Open Minded [General]
Opportunity Power [Metapsionic]
Overchannel [Psionic]
Power Penetration [Psionic]
Power Specialization [Psionic]
Psicrystal Affinity [Psionic]
Psicrystal Containment [Psionic]
Psionic Affinity [General]
Psionic Body [Psionic]
Psionic Charge [Psionic]
Psionic Dodge [Psionic]
Psionic Endowment [Psionic]
Psionic Fist [Psionic]
Psionic Hole [General]
Psionic Meditation [Psionic]
Psionic Shot [Psionic]
Psionic Talent [Psionic]
Psionic Weapon [Psionic]
Quicken Power [Metapsionic]
Rapid Metabolism [General]
Reckless Offense [General]
Return Shot [Psionic]
Scribe Tattoo [Item Creation]
Sidestep Charge [General]
Speed of Thought [Psionic]
Split Psionic Ray [Metapsionic]
Stand Still [General]
Talented [Psionic]
Twin Power [Metapsionic]
Unavoidable Strike [Psionic]
Unconditional Power [Metapsionic]
Up the Walls [Psionic]
Widen Power [Metapsionic]
Wild Talent [General]
Wounding Attack [Psionic]

This material is Open Game Content, and is licensed for public use under the terms of the Open Game License v1.0a.

Psionic feats are available only to characters and creatures with the ability to manifest powers. (In other words, they either have a power point reserve or have psi-like abilities.)

Because psionic feats are supernatural abilities-a departure from the general rule that feats do not grant supernatural abilities-they cannot be disrupted in combat (as powers can be) and generally do not provoke attacks of opportunity (except as noted in their descriptions). Supernatural abilities are not subject to power resistance and cannot be dispelled; however, they do not function in areas where psionics is suppressed, such as a null psionics field. Leaving such an area immediately allows psionic feats to be used.

Many psionic feats can be used only when you are psionically focused; others require you to expend your psionic focus to gain their benefit. Expending your psionic focus does not require an action; it is part of another action (such as using a feat). When you expend your psionic focus, it applies only to the action for which you expended it.

Psionic Item Creation Feats

Manifesters can use their personal power to create lasting psionic items. Doing so, however, is draining. A manifester must put a little of himself or herself into every psionic item he or she creates.

A psionic item creation feat lets a manifester create a psionic item of a certain type. Regardless of the type of items they involve, the various item creation feats all have certain features in common.

XP Cost: Power and energy that the manifester would normally keep is expended when making a psionic item. The experience point cost of using a psionic item creation feat equals 1/25 the cost of the item in gold pieces. A character cannot spend so much XP on an item that he or she loses a level. However, upon gaining enough XP to attain a new level, he or she can immediately expend XP on creating an item rather than keeping the XP to advance a level.

Raw Materials Cost: Creating a psionic item requires costly components, most of which are consumed in the process. The cost of these materials equals 1/2 the cost of the item.

Using a psionic item creation feat also requires access to a laboratory or psionic workshop, special tools, and other equipment. A character generally has access to what he or she needs unless unusual circumstances apply (such as if he's traveling far from home).

Time: The time to create a psionic item depends on the feat and the cost of the item. The minimum time is one day.

Item Cost: Craft Dorje, Imprint Stone, and Scribe Tattoo create items that directly reproduce the effects of powers, and the strength of these items depends on their manifester level-that is, a power from such an item has the strength it would have if manifested by a manifester of that level. Often, that is the minimum manifester level necessary to manifest the power. (Randomly discovered items usually follow this rule.) However, when making such an item, the item's strength can be set higher than the minimum. Any time a character creates an item using a power augmented by spending additional power points, the character's effective manifester level for the purpose of calculating the item's cost increases by 1 for each 1 additional power point spent. (Augmentation is a feature of many powers that allows the power to be amplified in various ways if additional power points are spent.) All other level-dependent parameters of the power forged into the item are set according to the effective manifester level.

The price of psionic items (and thus the XP cost and the cost of the raw materials) depends on the level of the power and a character's manifester level. The character's manifester level must be high enough that the item creator can manifest the power at the chosen level. To find the final price in each case, multiply the character's manifester level by the power level, then multiply the result by a constant, as shown below.

Power Stones: Base price = power level x manifester level x 25 gp

Psionic Tattoos: Base price = power level x manifester level x 50 gp

Dorjes: Base price = power level x manifester level x 750 gp

Extra Costs: Any dorje, power stone, or psionic tattoo that stores a power with an XP cost also carries a commensurate cost.

For psionic tattoos and power stones, the creator must pay the XP cost when creating the item. For a dorje, the creator must pay fifty times the XP cost.

Some psionic items similarly incur extra costs in XP, as noted in their descriptions.


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