Paladin Dedication and Champion Powers


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Since Healing Touch gives the Lay on Hands Champion Power, does the character qualify to take the Benediction feats to snag Warded Touch and Channel Life?

(Sorry if this is the wrong subforum; I couldn't find a better one.)


I don't see why they wouldn't. Healing Touch gives you access to Lay on Hands, which is the only requirement for both feats.


Reposting from the thread that inspired this:

pg 109, Channel Life: "Prerequisites champion power (lay on hands)"
pg 106: "Champion powers are available only to paladins, and they can’t be learned by other characters."


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Dedications break the pg 106 reference. Ignore it in the context of dedictions, at that point you're effectively a Paladin.


james014Aura wrote:

Reposting from the thread that inspired this:

pg 109, Channel Life: "Prerequisites champion power (lay on hands)"
pg 106: "Champion powers are available only to paladins, and they can’t be learned by other characters."

Page #43 "Class Feats

This section specifies the levels at which your character gains class feats, which are special feats that only members of her class can access."

If the person is paladin enough to TAKE feats like Basic Benediction, they are paladin enough to have a champion power. All the archetypes have feats that allow you to pick up class feats so it seems pretty clear that they are considered the class of the multiclass archetype.

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