Learned Metamagic (3.5e Feat)
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Learned Metamagic [Metamagic]
Through hard work, study and dedication, you have learned to combine your arcane knowledge with your innate spellcasting ability, enabling you to prepare certain metamagic spells.
Prerequisite: Int 13, Ability to cast Arcane spells without preparation (like a bard or sorcerer), Any Metamagic feat, Spellcraft 8 ranks, Knowledge (Arcana) 8 ranks
Benefit: You can prepare metamagically-enhanced versions of spells that you know exactly like a wizard. Prepared metamagic spells take up a spellcasting slot of the appropriate level (against a bard or sorcerer’s spells per day) until cast, per the base spell and metamagic feat used to augment it. This spell slot cannot be used to cast another spell. Only spells known by the bard or sorcerer can be prepared in this fashion, and preparing a metamagic spell takes 15 minutes. A prepared metamagic spell is cast exactly as if the spell were cast by a Wizard, per the normal casting time of the base spell, and once cast the metamagic spell cannot be recast without being prepared again.
Special: This allows a bard or sorcerer to make full use of Quicken Spell and similar feats. It does not provide knowledge of any other metamagic feat.
- Revised by the Netbook of Feats Review Board
- Author: Eric D. Harry © Eric D. Harry 2001 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
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