Profane Shadowspawn (3.5e Feat)

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Profane Shadowspawn [Divine]

Beings drained of strength by your Profane Shadow Strike feat become shadows under your control.
Benefit: Any humanoid drained to Strength 0 by use of your Profane Shadow Strike feat becomes a shadow under your control within 1d4 rounds. Created shadows are automatically under your control but count against the maximum number of hit dice that you can normally command through use of your rebuke undead power (equal to 1 HD/level). Shadows created in excess of this number are not in your control, are immune to further use of your rebuke undead ability and will immediately attack you, although you may voluntarily relinquish command of any commanded undead creature or creatures in order to command new ones.
Normal: Humanoids slain by Profane Shadow Strike do not rise again as shadows under your control.
Special: Shadows created through this feat cannot spawn other shadows while they remain in your control.
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Author: Eric D. Harry © Eric D. Harry 2001   This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
Revised by the Netbook of Feats Review Board
NBoF Balance Rating (0 to 5 Scale)
Overall Purp Pow Port Comp Rule
4.20 4.25 4.50 4.00 3.75 4.50

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