Hi guys! I am playing a Bard with a 1-level dip in Oracle... and i am wondering if I can take the feat "Divine Interference" when I reach 10th level of bard.
It says in the Feat Prereqs:
"Prerequisites: Divine spellcaster, caster level 10th."
I am a divine spellcaster as an oracle can cast divine spells. I will have CL 10 for bard when I level up to Oracle1/Bard10...
In the definition of "Caster level" is says:
"A spell's power often depends on its caster level, which for most spellcasting characters is equal to her class level in the class she's using to cast the spell."
This is relating to a feat and not a spell, so I am not sure if this statement means anything one way or another (supporting because it is saying usually but not necessarily always in the class in question) or what-have-you.
So... Is there anything in the rules definitively that I can CITE that would enable me, or not enable me to have this feat? Would like it, but not enough to break any rules!
|Starglim Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014, Star Voter 2015|
I love you, Starglim! This is great news!
I'm going to keep watching the thread to see if anybody can cite a stronger case for "can't" but this is very encouraging... I would like to believe this as well, as read most literally I thought the exact same thing or I wouldn't have asked...
...But corroboration is awesome!
|Finlanderboy Star Voter 2014|