>Because a devotee's feats will allow him to do things (like, say, Leap Over
>Trees, or Run Over Water) which are normally "impossible", where an
>initiate's affinities only give him a (small) augment to a mundane skill
>and, when using feats, your resistance is often only 14 instead of the
>tree's "Tall 13w4".
So am I interpreting this statement correctly if I say that initiates can only use their feats as augments while a devotee can actually use the feat by itself as an ability. Sorry if I seem dense but this seems to be quite a departure from Hero Wars (not that I disapprove, far from it).
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