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As I'm looking the feats over... I feel like they should be changed into one big feat that can be taken multiple times to change multiple body parts? I feel it would be a lot cooler, like you devote yourself to Bahamut or something more every time you take it and so more of your body becomes dragon-like. I can also imagine them being flavored like the ritual of rebirth, which is not class-restricted and so wouldn't change how 5e feats tend to be more open. If you are adamant about a class restriction, the feat probably needs a design disclaimer at the very least.--Yanied (talk) 14:52, 27 October 2021 (MDT)