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I think logic answers this one nicely. but the effects of stacking may have a different result than people might expect..

Say the NPC does indeed have those two conditions in place... and by rolling twice (both conditions are VERY specific about this point) and considering the results the GM does meet those requirements. (considering the result is the second specific action required) What if there is no lessor value? Say the result of the dice were a pair of 16’s. Then, after considering once, the GM might have to make a 3rd roll?

Seems silly, but that would be the only conditional ‘stacking’ effect I can envision.

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Coff, coff .... Druid.

We have a dichotomy here. This piece speak of preparing divine spells, but specifically limit the ability to leave and fill empty slots to the Cleric.

It is an intended specification or simply an oversight?

CRB, 6th printing, page 220:


Spell Selection and Preparation: A divine s pellcaster

s elects and prepares spells ahead of time through prayer and
meditation at a particular time of day. The time r equired to
prepare spells is the same as it is for a w izard (1 hour), as is
the requirement for a relatively peaceful e nvironment. When
preparing spells for the day, a divine spellcaster
can leave some
of her spell slots open

This was fixed in the 4th printing of the CRB, but was not listed in the errata I believe. Due to this, it was not caught in the PRD. has had the errata applied for a long time now. You should make a post in the New PRD Feedback thread about this.

Following this logic, couldn't the "Fast Study" feat from UM apply then to all spell casters? Or would it remain for arcane casters only?

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If I choose Bear's toughness (+2 natural armor bonus to AC, Endurance feat) for my transformation ability, is the Endurance feat only active for the few minutes I activate the transformation?

Regardless of the answer, once I advance to the next level, could I take the diehard feat? (having the Endurance feat is sole prerequisite)