Here's an idea, since they can only take these feats as class abilities
create hidden feats, one for each ceremonial feat that represents the class
ability selection and in each of those VFEAT the actual feat.
On 9/13/06 1:47 PM, "Robert Weiman" <srsabu@...> wrote:
> Good idea, but then the ceremonial feats would be available for the
> character level based feats, which they shouldn't be.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Byngl" <byngl@...> wrote:
>> How about adding a hidden feat of the required type to the class so
>> that it will then fulfill the requirement?
>> --- In email@example.com, "Robert Weiman" <srsabu@> wrote:
>>> Is there a way to override a prefeat tag in another feat? The example
>>> is in the context of Arcana Evolved. All the ceremonial feats have
>>> the prerequisite of a Truename. However, the Akashic class can take a
>>> ceremonial feat bypassing the truename requirement as a special class
>>> ability. So I'm trying to figure out if I need to change the Prefeat
>>> tag on all the ceremonial feats to check some combination of
>>> prerequisites, or if I can just change the class feats to bypass the
>>> truename requirement when building the list of feats to choose from?
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