My dog had to be put down two days ago and I wanted to make her in Pathfinder as a way to memorialize her.
I wanted to make her a blink dog companion with magus levels using this feat, but everything I've seen about it is that it's a bad feat. Are there any changes that could be made to it to make it more balanced? This would be used in a three person party, so it would be alright if it was a bit strong, but I would prefer something that is balanced for a normal party so it could be used in the future as well.
I thought about this question while reading the last book of Reign of Winter, The Witch Queens Revenge.
Reign of Winter Spoilers:
In the "Continuing the Campaign" section, it talks about Dear Grandmother's Winter Collectors, what they do, where they are, etc.
I was wondering precisely how they "leeched cold energy" considering, assuming scientific principles are the same, the absence of energy makes something cold. While the answer is probably going to be "Yes, but magic," I was wondering there was some other, more logical explanation. Maybe something akin to a quantum air conditioner lol
For a friend's campaign, I'm making a character who worships a trio of gods, namely Arshea, Sarenrae, and Milani. I already cleared it with my DM and he rules that I can take anything that requires the worship of any of the three.
Are there any specific feats, traits, or otherwise that would be good to look into, maybe with synergy from the different gods abilities? The character is a Pei Zin Practitioner Oracle of Life to function as a single-classed oradin type character. Note: I plan on having her take Dervish Dance and Flame Blade Dervish, so a few feats are taken up.