Gaining Class Features with Feats


Advice


There are a number of feats that give you extra uses of class features. Are their any feats that give class features?

I am looking for Hex, so I can add Coven, but any other way is fine.

Anyhow, what features CAN you get with feats?

/cevah


Only one I can think of is Eldrich Heritage but that's for sorcerer bloodline class features.


Go to the http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/index.html and choose 'Index from the left-hand-side menu and then 'Feats Index'. Scroll to 'E' and look at all the 'Extra <something>' feats for a good start.


Bigrin da Troll wrote:
Go to the http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/index.html and choose 'Index from the left-hand-side menu and then 'Feats Index'. Scroll to 'E' and look at all the 'Extra <something>' feats for a good start.

Nope. That is for getting more of what you already have. I want something I do not have. Per the initial post, how can I get the "Coven" Hex if I do not have the Hex class feature? Can I get the Weapon Training fighter class feature by a feat? That is what I am asking about.

/cevah

Dark Archive

I think you are out of luck. Eldritch heritage is about the only one I know of. Usually if you want different class features you have to take an arhcetype and give up some class features in return (i.e. hexcrafter magus to get witch's hexes, or viking fighter to get rage).


Ah, sorry, I misunderstood. There are a few rare (and expensive) magic items that grant a particular class feature (such as the Ring of Evasion), there are a handful of archetypes that grant a class feature to a member of a different class (such as 'Arcane Duelist' Bards at 5th level getting the 'Arcane Bond' wizard class feature with a weapon), and a tiny handful of feats that grant or duplicate a particular class feature, and several Prestige Classes that class features (such as +1d6 sneak attack or 'Inspire Courage') without requiring those features as prerequisites, but I am unaware of any comprehensive list of them.

Your best bet is probably to do an extensive search for the name of the feature you want.

Grand Lodge

you can get an animal companion if you are 4th level and don't have one already. with two feats.

faiths and philosophies


Bigrin da Troll wrote:

Ah, sorry, I misunderstood. There are a few rare (and expensive) magic items that grant a particular class feature (such as the Ring of Evasion), there are a handful of archetypes that grant a class feature to a member of a different class (such as 'Arcane Duelist' Bards at 5th level getting the 'Arcane Bond' wizard class feature with a weapon), and a tiny handful of feats that grant or duplicate a particular class feature, and several Prestige Classes that class features (such as +1d6 sneak attack or 'Inspire Courage') without requiring those features as prerequisites, but I am unaware of any comprehensive list of them.

Your best bet is probably to do an extensive search for the name of the feature you want.

What are those feats? That is what the thread is about.

/cevah


Humphry B ManWitch wrote:

you can get an animal companion if you are 4th level and don't have one already. with two feats.

faiths and philosophies

Feat names please. :-)

/cevah


Animal Ally
Source: Faiths and Philosophies pg. 11
Your respect for nature is so great that you can form a deep and lasting friendship with an animal.

Prerequisites: Nature Soul, character level 4th, must not have an animal companion or mount that advances as an animal companion.

Benefit: You gain an animal companion as if you were a druid of your character level –3 from the following list: badger, bird, camel, cat (small), dire rat, dog, horse, pony, snake (viper), or wolf. If you later gain an animal companion through another source (such as the Animal domain, divine bond, hunter’s bond, mount, or nature bond class features), the effective druid level granted by this feat stacks with that granted by other sources.


Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

there is a really roundabout way to do it with feats if you use 3rd party material and the super genius games godling products.

Specifically there is a feat that would allow you to count as a godling for the prupose of prereqs called spark of divinity. You could then via feats gain a really large variety of class features since the godlings are more or less a mish mash of other classes and their 'extra' feats only require you to be a godling, not to already have the feature.

So the extra ascendancy godling feat would allow you to gain a godling minor ascendency. Among them is 'hex lord' which alolows you to gain a hex.

So you would need an 18 or higher in a stat of your choice (to qualify for spark of divinity). Then its 2 feats to get the hex.

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