[ACG] Raging Blood feat equivalent bloodrager level

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In Advanced Class Guide, what is the equivalent bloodrager level for the 1st level ability gained with Raging Blood feat? I guess it’s the sorcerer level (or equivalent in the case of Eldricht Heritage) but there’s no mention of it.

Level 1 bloodrager

Chess Pwn wrote:
Level 1 bloodrager

What motivates your answer?

Unclear. It should be either level 1 or equivalent to sorcerer/eldritch heritage level but I'm not sure one is more correct than the other.

To minimize the power creep, I would choose level 1.

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I have the same question. If it were level 1, there would be an explicit mention. I think that it should be the sorcerer level equivalent for the bloodline (or eldritch heritage, character level-2). In any case, it is not clear.

I have a further question. Bloodline powers only work while bloodraging, which kind of balance them. Having always two 1d8 + elemental 1d6 claws continuously is quite powerful. But if you only grow them while raging, they are not that powerful.

Does the 1st level bloodline power granted by that feat work always or only while lesser raging?

Furthermore, you can rage twice a day up to 4 rounds each? Or up to four rounds in total?

This is the text of the fear, for clarity:

Raging Blood
Your blood boils with latent energy, filling you with an intense fury.
Prerequisite: Eldritch Heritage or sorcerer bloodline class feature.
Benefit: You gain the 1st-level bloodrager bloodline power for your bloodline. In addition, you gain the ability to enter a state similar to (but less powerful than) a bloodrager’s bloodrage. You can enter this lesser bloodrage twice per day, for up to 4 rounds. During this lesser bloodrage, you gain a +2 morale bonus to Strength and Constitution, and no morale bonus on Will saving throws. Otherwise, this benefit is the same as the bloodrage class feature.
If you have more than one bloodline, you choose the bloodline this applies to upon taking the feat.

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Page 16-17 of the Advanced Class Guide:
When a bloodrager enters a bloodrage, he often takes on a physical transformation influenced by his bloodline and powered by the magic that roils within him. Unless otherwise specified, he gains the effects of his bloodline powers only while in a bloodrage; once the bloodrage ends, all powers from his bloodline immediately cease, and any physical changes the bloodrager underwent revert, restoring him to normal.

My personal guess is that this also applies to the Raging Blood feat.

And I would go with the bloodline power growing with you while you level, making it a little bit more useful :)

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