Thanks. And (just checking), if you go from initiate to Devotee, you lose those common magic feats altogether, but can now use the affinity feats actively, right?
But now I get confused about the Feats of "other" subcults: sorry, long quote required.
> > Initiates of say, Destor, can learn affinities or feats from other
> > of Orlanth Adventurous, with or without joining the subcult
> (HQ p120).
> > can learn the feats individually, instead of the whole
> affinity. Are those feats active?
So an initiate of one subcult can learn the feats of another. In "stand-alone" mode. Good, that's what I thought.
> Note that a devotee getting magic from a subcult is treated
> as an initiate with regards to the magic
So he can also learn the feats standalone?
> if he wants to get
> the feats of the affinity he'd have to Devote himself to the
> subcult (basically, switching subcults), so a Destor devotee
> that wants the Raiding fetas of Finovan has to switch his
> devotion from Destor to Finovan.
Er, what? That implies he has *less* access to the feats than does an initiate. Not the same amount. I can see why that would be the case (if you specialise, you *specialise*!), but there seems to be a contradiction in what you're saying. What am I misunderstanding?
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