The domain of air is one of openness and expression.
As a legendary cleric of the air domain, you strive to remain under the open sky as much as possible. The wind is your guide, and when you have no destination or urgency you should follow where it leads.
Divine Skill: Fly
You gain the air blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain the basic aerokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
Protective Wind (Su)
At 4th level, you become surrounded by swirling winds that batter away blows.
All ranged attacks made with physical weapons suffer a 20% miss chance against you, except for attacks from massive weapons such as a giant’s thrown boulder or a ballista. This ability has no effect on ray attacks. You may activate this ability for 1 minute as a free action by spending a faith point and may spend a faith point whenever the duration would expire to continue the effect for an additional minute.
At 8th level, swirling mists surround your feet at all times. You can spend 1 point of faith to solidify these mists, casting air walk as a spell-like ability that lasts for a minute per caster level.
Doctrine of the Sky
You embrace freedom above all things. You never tie yourself to one place, always seeking something new. You gain the following abilities.
Powerful Wind (Su)
You can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to extend your wind out over a wide distance for one minute. Allies within 30 feet of you gain the benefits of your protective wind ability. If there are no allies within 30 feet, or if you choose not to share the ability, the increased wind concentrates on you, intensifying and making you immune to ranged attacks made with physical weapons, including massive weapons.
Freedom of the Sky (Sp)
At 16th level, you become light enough to ride the winds themselves. When you use your nimbus ability, you gain a perfect fly speed of 60’ for the duration.
Doctrine of the Storm
You venerate the power of air, the raw force of winds in a tornado and the crackle of lightning. You gain the following abilities.
You can use the electric blast wild talent or the thunderstorm composite blast. Instead of accepting burn, you must spend 1 point of faith to use thunderstorm blast. When casting a spell with the electricity descriptor or your lightning or thunderstorm blast, you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to designate one creature within line of sight. The spell or blast’s damage is increased by 50% against that target.
Lightning Rod (Su)
At 16th level, lightning is drawn to you like a moth to the flame. You become immune to electricity. As an immediate action while within 30 feet of the target or center of a spell or ability that does electricity damage, you can spend 1 point of faith to redirect all of the electricity damage to yourself. This does not affect any other damage from the spell or ability.
2nd–gust of wind
3rd–cloak of winds
4th–river of wind
The domain of the animal is one of respect for the beasts of the world. As a legendary cleric of the animal domain, you have adopted animalistic tendencies, possibly of one specific animal. You may be a vegetarian, or you may eat meat and offer prayers to the creatures that become your food. Either way, you are sworn to protect animals from sapient creatures, and may cause them no harm except what is needed to survive.
Divine Skill: Handle Animal
Call of the Wild (Su)
When you first gain this domain, choose from a 1d6 bite, a 1d6 gore, or two 1d4 claws. As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to gain the natural attack(s) you chose for one minute per cleric level. You can only gain them while in your natural form.
In addition, you are permanently under the effects of speak with animals.
Wild Shape (Su)
At 4th level you gain the wild shape ability, as a druid of your cleric level. You can only use this ability to turn into animals or magical beasts.
Animal Friendship (Su)
At 8th level, animals are automatically indifferent to you, and will not attack you without provocation. You can improve their attitude using your Handle Animal skill in place of Diplomacy, even when speaking to them normally.
Doctrine of the Wild
You embrace the deepest, most natural impulses of the animal. You shun the comforts of civilization, typically abandoning it altogether to live in the wild amongst your fellow beasts. You gain the following abilities.
Blessed Fangs (Su)
Your natural attacks from call of the wild are infused with the power of your faith. If you chose a bite, you gain your choice of the trip or grab ability on your bite. If you chose a gore, you gain the powerful charge ability, dealing 2d8 + double your Strength modifier. If you chose claws, your claws gain an 18-20 critical range. These effects apply while in wild shape as well, but only to the selected natural attack.
Natural Form (Su)
At 16th level, you shed the last anchors you have to humanity, becoming truly one with the beast inside. You can use wild shape at will, and the duration becomes permanent. In addition, while in a wild shape form you can change to any form your wild shape would allow as a swift action. You can dismiss your wild shape at any time as an immediate action.
Doctrine of Domestication
You recognize the power of animals and humanoids working together. You encourage and foster pack bonds between animals and responsible humanoids, while bringing down your fury on those who harm animals in their care. You gain the following abilities.
Animal Ally (Su)
You become aware of all animals within a 100-foot radius of you at all times. As a full round action, you can spend 3 points of faith to call a nearby animal to aid you. This animal becomes an animal companion to you, using your level as your druid level to determine their statistics but gaining no feats for their hit dice. Available companions vary based on your environment. The companion will only stay with you for the duration of the task you have for it, although this task can be as open ended as “accompany me through this dungeon.”
Aura of Domestication (Su)
At 16th level, most animals are automatically friendly to you. Animals allied with or owned by your enemies and magical beasts are indifferent to you. In either case, they will not attack you or your allies without provocation, even if ordered to. As a standard action, you can make a Handle Animal check against any animal or magical beast to perform a task or trick, even if you aren’t its trainer.
4th–greater magic fang
6th–beast shape IV
The domain of artifice is one of craftsmanship and pride in one’s work. As a legendary cleric of the artifice domain, you are likely a smith, potter, or other craftsperson. You work with your hands and encourage others to do the same.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (engineering)
Crafter’s Eye (Ex)
A skilled eye for detail replaces any need for magic in identifying magic items. You can use Craft in place of Spellcraft to identify magic items.
By spending 1 point of faith you can do so at a glance, taking a swift action rather than 3 rounds to identify a magic item.
Master of the Craft (Ex)
At 4th level you gain Master Craftsman as a bonus feat. You can craft any magic item even if you do not have the feat required to do so, although you must meet that feat’s prerequisites. If you do not have the feat to craft the item, the cost of crafting the item is increased by 50% (to 75% of the item’s normal market price).
At 8th level you can spend 1 point of faith as a standard action to make a quick, temporary improvement on a weapon or suit of armor. This increases the enhancement bonus of that weapon, armor, or shield by +1 for 1 minute. This bonus can increase an enhancement bonus above +5 or +10.
Doctrine of Creation
You honor your faith by creating things, simple and plain. The process of crafting drives and motivates you, pushing you on to produce more. You gain the following abilities.
Rapid Crafter (Ex)
You can craft with speed like no other. When crafting items, you require only 4 hours of work per 1,000 gp of the item’s base price, or 2 hours per 1,000 gp if you increase the DC by 5.
Efficient Crafter (Ex)
At 16th level, you’ve found countless tricks and techniques that let you cut costs without cutting quality. When crafting magic items, reduce the cost by 50% (to 25% of the item’s normal market price) if you have the appropriate feat. If you do not have the requisite item creation feats, you no longer increase the cost of crafting.
Doctrine of Improvement
Quantity is never as important as quality. The true master craftsman constantly strives to improve on their craft, and will take every opportunity to study, learn from and improve on the craftsmanship of others. You gain the following abilities.
Improved Sharpen (Su)
At 16th level, the enhancement bonus from sharpen increases to +3. In addition, when you use sharpen on a weapon or suit of armor, you can reallocate its existing enhancement bonus and special abilities so long as the item’s total effective enhancement bonus is not changed. For instance, the legendary cleric could change the bane ability on a +4 evil outsider bane longsword to ghost touch but could not change the weapon to a +4 flaming burst longsword. This effect lasts for the duration of sharpen, although you may spend 1 hour outside of combat to permanently reallocate an item’s enhancement bonus and special abilities.
7th-mage’s magnificent mansion
8th-polymorph any object
The domain of charm is one of relationships and companionship. As a legendary cleric of the charm domain, you are likely friendly and personable, though this may be a mask to cultivate friendships for your own end. You are charged with supporting those you have close relationships with as well as the relationships of others.
Divine Skill: Bluff
Honeyed Words (Su)
You can layer your words with magic. Your spells with the charm subschool are cast as if they were modified by the Still Spell feat. This does not increase their level or casting time. When you cast such a spell, you can increase the casting time to 1 round and spend 1 point of faith. If you do so, your spellcasting is undetectable by Spellcraft checks, though others can notice your target acting strangely and roll Sense Motive as normal.
Inspiring Kindness (Su)
At 4th level, when you cast a harmless spell with a clearly beneficial effect such as a healing spell on a willing NPC you can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to increase their attitude by one step. You can only benefit from this effect once per day per NPC. If the target is already helpful, or is a PC, you instead give them a sacred bonus on saves against mind-affecting effects equal to the spell’s level for its duration, or for one minute if the duration is instantaneous.
Charming Smile (Sp)
At 8th level you can spend 1 point of faith to cast charm person on a single target as a swift action. This does not benefit from honeyed words, but the target does not gain benefits for being in combat or hostile allies. If the target fails, they treat you and all of your allies as friendly. You can only affect one target at a time with this effect; if you use it again, the previous target is no longer affected.
Doctrine of Friendship
You believe that friendship, affection and love are the solutions to all problems. You resolve problems by being a supportive voice to others and by defusing situations rather than acting against others. You gain the following abilities.
Loving Kindness (Su)
A PC or helpful NPC benefiting from your inspiring kindness also gains half its sacred bonus to attack rolls for the spell’s duration.
Aura of Warmth (Su)
At 16th level, you gain an aura that soothes allies and prevents bloodshed. Allies within 30 feet of you roll twice and take the higher result on saving throws against emotion effects. Enemies within 30 feet must make a Will save with a DC equal to 10 + ½ your cleric level + your Wisdom modifier or be affected by calm emotions. This effect lasts until another creature takes a hostile action at them. Regardless of whether they save, they cannot be affected by this ability again for 24 hours.
Doctrine of Enthrallment
You believe that peoples’ wills are to be bent to yours.
Whether for your benefit, for theirs, or for the greater good, your faith compels you to control and manipulate others to achieve the ends you seek. You gain the following abilities.
Silver Tongue (Sp)
When you make a request of someone and roll Diplomacy, you can spend 1 point of faith to infuse your voice with magic compelling them to do as you wish. Instead of using your Diplomacy result against the regular DC, they instead make a Will save with a DC equal to 10 + ½ your cleric level + your Wisdom modifier + ¼ of the Diplomacy result. If they fail, they are compelled to perform the task, as suggestion.
At 16th level, your words can completely bend someone to your will. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to control a creature within close range as per dominate person, save that it affects them regardless of creature type. This is a mind-affecting effect and the target is allowed a Will saving throw to resist it. The effect lasts only one minute per cleric level you possess. You cannot affect more than one target at a time, and regardless of whether they save they cannot be affected by this ability again for 24 hours.
7th-mass demanding message
The domain of community is one of trust and respect among neighbors and comrades. As a legendary cleric of the community domain, you are likely a pillar of your community, someone those around you look to for leadership and guidance.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (local)
Communal Font (Su)
When you cast a harmless spell that targets multiple creatures, you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to modify it with the Extend Spell feat. This does not increase their level or casting time. If a creature attempts a save against the spell, this ability has no effect.
Team Support (Ex)
At 4th level when an ally within 30 feet of you gains the benefit of aid another, increase the bonus by +1. When you perform the aid another action, you gain a +2 bonus to your check to aid another and increase the bonus by an additional +1.
At 8th level, when you and one or more allies all perform the same task requiring skill checks, you can spend 1 point of faith to direct them to work in a cooperative fashion. Have each ally roll their skill check (they do not have to be the same check). Each ally who participates treats the highest result as their own.
Doctrine of the Council
You believe that communities, united under skilled leadership, can accomplish far more than any individual. You strive to provide that leadership, offering your guidance and support to push everyone to succeed. You gain the following abilities.
Supporting Bonds (Ex)
The increased bonus to aid another from team support improves by an additional +1. In addition, you may aid another as a swift action.
Effective Leadership (Ex)
At 16th level, when your allies benefit from community organizer, their rolls all use the highest bonus before applying penalties (such as the sickened condition, ability damage, or armor check penalties).
Doctrine of the Militia
You believe in the importance of communities being able to defend themselves. Though you eschew the regiment and commitment of military service, you strive to ensure those around you know how to step up and work together against an incoming threat. You gain the following abilities.
Minute Coordination (Su)
Your presence connects your allies, improving their coordination. Allies within 30 feet of you increase the bonus from flanking by +1 and are considered flanking a target they are both adjacent to regardless of their position.
Sacrifice Play (Su)
At 16th level, when multiple allies within 30 feet make a saving throw against the same effect, you can spend 1 point of faith as an immediate action to allow any two willing allies to swap their results for the saving throw. Characters with abilities such as Stalwart and Evasion do not pass these abilities to other creatures.
4th–blessing of fervor
7th-circle of clarity
9th-communal mind blank
The domain of darkness is one of concealment, secrecy and security. As a legendary cleric of the darkness domain, you do not fear the dark, but embrace it as a tool to protect yourself and those around you. You preach the keeping of secrets, hiding what you wish to protect, and the beauty of the night.
Divine Skill: Stealth
Night Vision (Su)
You gain darkvision to a range of 60 feet. If you already have darkvision, you instead increase its range by 60 feet. Darkvision gained from this ability does not work in magical darkness except from your cloak of shadows ability. As a swift action, you can spend a point of faith to grant this ability to your allies within 30 feet for one minute.
Cloak of Shadow (Su)
At 4th level, light seems to fade around you, leaving you surrounded by shadow. The light level within 10 feet of you is reduced by one step. You can suppress or resume this aura as a standard action. You cannot use concealment granted by this ability to enter stealth, as the aura reveals your location.
Eyes in the Dark (Su)
At 8th level you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to gain the see in darkness universal monster ability to yourself and any allies affected by your Night Vision ability for one minute.
Doctrine of the Nocturnal
The night is your domain, the place where you are most comfortable. You move through darkness and shadow with ease, and trust that it will protect and conceal you. You gain the following abilities.
Walk Calmly in the Night (Su)
You constantly benefit from the see in darkness universal monster ability.
While benefiting from your night vision ability, your allies gain a +2 sacred bonus on saving throws whenever they are in darkness.
Shadowed Reach (Su)
At 16th level, you treat the shadows as an extension of your own body. Spells you cast with a range of touch gain a range of close, but only against targets to whom you are connected by a contiguous patch of darkness.
Doctrine of Fear
You don’t fear the dark, but others do. You believe it is the right of those at home in the dark to take advantage of those who are not, to hunt them in the night or drive them away with their own fear. You gain the following abilities.
You can spend 1 point of faith when casting a spell that creates darkness. If you do, it gains the [fear] descriptor. While in an area of magical darkness created by a spell cast this way, all creatures without darkvision must make a Will save against the DC of the spell or become shaken for as long as they are in the darkness. If they were already shaken or would become shaken from any other source while suffering this effect, they become frightened instead. In addition, you treat the level of any darkness spell as one spell level higher when determining its interaction with spells that create light.
Claim on the Night (Su)
At 16th level, your power over darkness trumps all others, innate or otherwise. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to target any number of creatures within 30 feet. These creatures must make a Will save or lose any darkvision they have as well as the see in darkness universal monster ability for one round per cleric level.
2nd-dust of twilight
7th–greater shadow conjuration
8th–greater shadow evocation
The domain of death is one of change. As a legendary cleric of the death domain, you understand that death is a natural part of life. It is necessary for things to die so that other things may live. You may offer last rites to the recently deceased, offer grief counseling, or attend to funerary or burial matters for your community.
Divine Skill: Sense Motive
Death’s Touch (Su)
As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to draw on the power of death and decay to remind others of their mortality. You deal negative energy damage to a target within 30 feet equal to 1d6 + your Wisdom modifier and make them shaken for one round. A Fortitude save halves this damage and negates the shaken condition. At 4th level, and every 3 levels thereafter this damage increases by 1d6. This effect damages undead and creatures with negative energy affinity rather than healing them.
Reaper’s Grace (Su)
At 4th level as an immediate action you can spend 1 point of faith to grant allies within 30 feet of you a sacred bonus equal to your Wisdom modifier on saving throws against death effects, negative levels and disease for one round.
Negative Surgery (Su)
At 8th level your healing spells draw on negative as well as positive energy, targeting unwelcome pathogens, jolting the target’s nervous system or even directly affecting magic. When casting a spell with the (healing) subtype, you can spend 1 point of faith to additionally attempt to remove a disease, poison, or negative status effect on the target. Make a caster level check against the save DC of the effect. If you are successful, the effect is removed from the target.
If your spell targets multiple creatures, roll once against the same effect on each of them.
Doctrine of Balance
Life and death are two sides of a coin, each important in maintaining the balance of the world. With no death, there is insufficient room for life, but with no life, death has no meaning or existence. You believe above all else that to give life to one is to take it from another and to take life from one is to give it to another, even in the most indirect ways. You gain the following abilities.
Death’s Gift (Su)
When you use your death’s touch ability, you can not only take the target’s vitality from them but give it to another. Choose an ally within 30 feet of you. They gain hit points equal to the damage you dealt with death’s touch.
Balance of Life and Death (Su)
At 16th level, you can use the lingering life force of the recently deceased to power your magic. While within 5 feet the body of a creature that has died within the last round, you can spend two points of faith to cast a single death domain spell with a spell level no greater than one quarter the creature’s Hit Dice (rounded down) without expending a spell slot.
Doctrine of Cycles
New life grows from the death of the old. The death of a deer feeds a wolf, the death of the wolf creates nutrients for plants to grow, and the death of those plants feeds a deer. You trust in this cycle, embracing death as a way to give life. You gain the following abilities.
Channel Life (Su)
When a creature fails a saving throw against a spell you cast, you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to affect them with death’s touch with no save for half damage.
Lay to Rest (Su)
At 16th level, when you channel negative energy, you can spend 1 point of faith to heal living creatures and harm undead creatures instead of the normal effect. In addition, when you choose creatures to exclude you can instead harm them as though they were undead.
1st–ray of enfeeblement
6th–circle of death
7th–finger of death
9th–wail of the banshee
The doctrine of destruction is one of indiscriminate, violent action. As a legendary cleric of the destruction domain, you, and your faith, are not inherently evil, as likely to bring change and renewal as you are to bring ruin. You are dedicated to breaking that which sits whole before you, to either clear the way for something new in its place or else to leave nothing behind you at all.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (engineering)
Destructive Smite (Su)
Your weapons carry more impact behind them, meant to obliterate anything they come across. Once per round when you make a non-spell attack and deal damage, you can spend 1 point of faith to add ½ your level to the damage (minimum 1).
Explosive Strike (Su)
Starting at 4th level when you successfully make a melee attack, you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to create an explosion.
This deals force damage equal to 1d8 + your Wisdom modifier to all creatures (including yourself ) in a 10- foot radius. This damage increases by 1d8 at 4th level and every 3 levels thereafter.
Destructive Aura (Su)
As a standard action you can spend 1 point of faith to emit a 30-foot aura of destruction for a number of rounds equal to your cleric level. All attacks made against targets in this aura (including you) gain a sacred bonus on damage equal to ½ your cleric level and all critical threats are automatically confirmed.
Doctrine of Devastation
You leave a trail of carnage in your wake. In your devotion and fervor, you destroy everything your weapon touches and everything around it, leaving little but rubble behind. What purpose this has, if there is any, can vary wildly, but regardless of purpose you will see everything around you shattered. You gain the following abilities.
Rending Burst (Su)
The radius of your explosive strike increases to 15 feet. When you use your explosive strike, you may make a single sunder attempt against one item of your choice per two cleric levels within the explosion. You may use your cleric level in place of your BAB and your Wisdom modifier in place of Strength when calculating your CMB for such maneuvers. If you succeed, that item also takes the damage from explosive strike.
Final Flash (Su)
At 16th level, as a standard action you can spend 3 points of faith to create a massive, powerful explosion that tears through everything in its path.
This deals force damage equal to 20d12 + your cleric level + double your Wisdom modifier to every creature and object within a 60 foot radius, including yourself.
Creatures more than 30 feet away can attempt a Reflex save for half damage.
Doctrine of Extermination
Death is your gift. Your purpose in this life, what your faith has bid you to do, is to end the lives of others, without hesitation or remorse. This does not serve as a call to kill everyone without discrimination, but you must never show mercy to your enemies, never spare those at your feet, and never, ever let someone live who you have decided to kill. You gain the following abilities.
Lethal Burst (Su)
The damage dice of your explosive strike increase to d10s. When you use your explosive strike, all creatures damaged by it must make a Fortitude save or gain a negative level. Regardless of their saving throw, the target of your attack takes an additional negative level on top of this. This is a death effect.
Extinction Event (Su)
At 16th level, you may spend 3 faith points when using your explosive strike to forgo the damage from the ability, turning the explosive energy into pure negative energy. All creatures in the burst except for you must make a Fortitude save or instantly die. This is a death effect.
Doctrine of Earth
The doctrine of earth is one of stability, balance, and steadfastness. As a legendary cleric of the earth domain, you stand with your feet planted firmly in the ground, a pillar supporting those around you and a wall against their hardships. You are likely patient and slow to move, yet when you do, there is little that can stop your momentum.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (geography)
You gain the earth blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain the basic geokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
Stone Wall (Su)
At 4th level you can raise stone from the ground to create cover for yourself and your allies. You can spend 1 point of faith to create stone walls, as the kinetic cover wild talent. At 10th level, when you use this ability you can raise two faces of any squares in range so long as those faces touch. At 14th level this increases to three faces, and at 18th level it increases to four.
Shatter Earth (Su)
At 8th level as a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to turn a 10 foot square of dirt or stone within 50 feet of you into difficult terrain. You can instead use this ability to turn a 10 foot square of difficult terrain into normal terrain if it is made of dirt or stone.
Doctrine of Roots
You have a deep connection with the ground. You strive to remain in contact with it as much as you can, eschewing wooden floors, footwear, and flight unless necessary in order to maintain your connection. You gain the following abilities.
Earth Sense (Su)
You gain tremorsense to a range of 60 feet. This ability does not work through ground that is not stone, metal, or other forms of earth.
Roots of the World (Sp)
All people are connected through the soil beneath their feet, and you can see those connections with ease. At 16th level, while standing on earth you can spend 5 points of faith to locate any creature you personally know anywhere in the world, as locate creature. This has no effect if the target is airborne.
Doctrine of Stone
The earth itself is the greatest tool mortals have ever used. From it they built the first weapons and tools, and even the advent and use of metal comes from the earth.
It makes the strongest structures and the most durable weapons. You show your dedication to the power of earth through its extensive use. You gain the following abilities.
Effortless Geokinesis (Su)
You can use your basic geokinesis and stone wall abilities as a swift action. In addition, as a swift action you can spend 1 point of faith to dig deep pits. This functions as create pit, but deals no damage to creatures in the area of the pit when you use this ability.
Mold Earth (Sp)
At 16th level, the earth bends entirely at your whims. You can cast stone shape as a swift action by spending a point of faith.
8th–repel metal or stone
The domain of freedom is one of reflection, detachment, and perpetual striving. As a legendary cleric of freedom, you may be seeking to liberate yourself and others from some shackles of physical spiritual oppression. You could be a revolutionary firebrand opening the eyes of the masses to their condition, a warrior battling against forces of subjugation, or a mystic seeking to cast off the bindings of material existence to achieve spiritual perfection.
Skill: Escape Artist
Breaker of Chains (Su)
By spending a faith point as an immediate action, you may grant an ally within 30 feet a sacred bonus to Acrobatics checks, Escape Artist checks, CMD, and saving throws against effects which would restrict their movement for 1 round. This bonus is equal to half your cleric level (minimum 2).
Freedom’s Call (Su)
At 4th level, you can emit a 30-foot aura of freedom for 1 minute by spending a faith point.
Allies within this aura are not affected by the confused, grappled, frightened, panicked, paralyzed, pinned, or shaken conditions. This aura only suppresses these effects, and they return once a creature leaves the aura or when the aura ends, if applicable.
Forever Unbound (Su)
At 8th level, you constantly benefit from the freedom of movement spell.
Doctrine of Liberation
You have dedicated yourself to combating the forces of oppression so that all beings may be free. With your actions, you encourage others to rise up against whatever powers would keep them contained, driving them towards change as they cast off the trappings of imprisonment. You gain the following abilities.
Beacon of Freedom (Su)
When you use breaker of chains, you may affect a number of targets up to half your cleric level. In addition, the bonus from breaker of chains also applies to saving throws against mind-affecting effects.
Slaves No More (Su)
At 16th level, your freedom’s call aura is a constant effect and extends out to 60 feet. All allies in the aura benefit from freedom of movement.
Doctrine of Transcendence
The body and mind are themselves prisons, and you dedicate yourself to escaping their confines to exist in a higher state of being. Through intense physical and mental discipline, you push towards freeing yourself from your own mortal limitations. You gain the following abilities.
Free of Necessity (Ex)
You no longer need to eat, drink, or breathe and become immune to poisons and diseases.
Shed Body (Su)
At 16th level, you may become incorporeal as a move action and remain incorporeal as long as you wish. You may choose to have your equipment become incorporeal with you. Unlike other incorporeal creatures, you do not gain a deflection bonus to Armor Class from your Charisma modifier.
During this time, your body fades into an immaterial form that retains your basic likeness. While incorporeal, you gain a fly speed equal to your land speed (perfect maneuverability).
4th-litany of escape
8th-protection from spells
The domain of fire is one of passion, heat, and creative destruction. As a legendary cleric of the domain of fire, you cherish and speak for the most important tool in mortal existence. Without fire, there is no light in the darkness and no warmth in the cold; it is the cornerstone upon which society is built. Yet it is also dangerous, and to be respected, even feared.
Divine Skill: Acrobatics
You gain the fire blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain the basic pyrokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
Purifying Flames (Su)
At 4th level you can select a mercy as a paladin of your level. You can spend 1 point of faith to touch a willing creature as a standard action, healing them for an amount equal to your kinetic blast damage and applying any mercies you’ve chosen. Every 3 levels after you gain this ability, you can select another mercy.
Blue Flames (Su)
Starting at 8th level, whenever you cast a spell that deals fire damage or use your fire blast, you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to treat the fire resistance of any affected creature as 10 lower. If an affected creature is immune to fire, they are instead treated as though they had fire resistance 30.
Doctrine of Incineration
You believe in the truest, most primordial purpose of fire: to burn. To engulf whatever it touches and leave behind nothing but ash. This can be practical as well as destructive, but whatever the reason, you honor this use of fire above all else. You gain the following abilities.
When a creature fails a Reflex save against a spell you cast that deals fire damage, they catch on fire, taking damage equal to your kinetic blast each round.
At the end of their turn they gain a new Reflex save against the spell’s DC to put themselves out.
Blazing Flames (Su)
At 16th level, your fire becomes incredibly intense. When you cast a spell that deals fire damage you can spend 1 point of faith to increase its maximum number of damage dice by 5 levels (only for the fire damage), and its damage is increased by 50%.
This ability stacks with the Intensify Spell metamagic feat and the Empower Spell metamagic feat (additively, increasing the damage by 100% instead of 50%).
Doctrine of Purification
Fire is destructive but more than that, it is cleansing.
Objects are placed in fire to completely clean them, bodies are burned to release their spirits, and evil is cast into fire to purge it from this world. You use fire as a tool not merely to destroy, but to purify. You gain the following abilities.
Radiant Fire (Su)
When you cast a spell that deals fire damage, you can expend spend 1 point of faith to soothe your allies, rather than harm them. A number of creatures equal to your Wisdom modifier are not damaged by the spell, healed for an amount equal to half the spell’s fire damage, and are affected by any mercies you have selected.
Cleanse the World (Su)
At 16th level your fire transcends physical limitation and becomes divine in nature. Any [fire] spell or blast you cast also gains the descriptors for your alignment. Dragons, undead, and outsiders with an opposite alignment component to yours take maximum damage from these spells and blasts (as per Maximize Spell) and do not gain the benefits of fire resistance or immunity against the damage.
4th–wall of fire
6th–chains of fire
8th–wall of lava
The domain of glory is one of pursuing recognition for your actions. As a legendary cleric of the glory domain, you espouse the value of such pursuit. Most often the pursuit of glory is selfish in nature, but as you might put it, it takes that selfishness and turns it towards a valuable cause.
Those who seek recognition do just as great of things as those who do great things purely for others.
Divine Skill: Perform (all)
Victorious Strike (Su)
As an immediate action when you reduce a creature below 0 hit points, you can spend 1 point of faith to release a burst of celebratory healing.
All allies within 30 feet are healed as though you had just channeled to heal, even if they would normally be unaffected (for instance, if they were living creatures and you channel negative energy). This ability has no effect if the triggering creature was helpless, unaware, or had fewer Hit Dice than half your character level.
Glorious Presence (Su)
At 4th level you gain Dazzling Display as a bonus feat, even if you do not meet the prerequisites. You can use Dazzling Display as a standard action and demoralize an enemy as a swift action. You can also use your Perform skill in place of Intimidate whenever you attempt to demoralize a foe, including using Dazzling Display.
Victorious Momentum (Su)
At 8th level, allies affected by your victorious strike ability also gain a +2 morale bonus to attack and damage rolls for one round. If they are already benefiting from a morale bonus to one of these rolls, that bonus is instead increased by +1 for the same duration.
Doctrine of Heroism
To your faith, while true heroism may not inherently be about the reward or the praise at the end, those are still important parts of being a hero. The promise of fame, fortune and glory encourages people to pursue heroic acts, and to put themselves in danger for a greater cause. You gain the following abilities.
Heroic Aura (Su)
As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to double all morale bonuses allies within 30 feet of you are benefiting from for one round.
Awesome Presence (Su)
At 16th level, your visage becomes so impressive that it roots people to the ground.
When you successfully demoralize a shaken enemy, you can spend 1 point of faith to make them staggered instead for the same duration. When you successfully demoralize a staggered enemy, you can spend 1 point of faith to make them paralyzed for one round.
Doctrine of Victory
You believe there is no greater glory to be found than in victory over your enemies. To stand over them, triumphant in battle, is the pinnacle of excellence, and you preach and practice the pursuit of victory at all costs. You gain the following abilities.
Your allies’ victory is just as much your own. The radius of your victorious blow is doubled.
In addition, you can use this ability when your allies knock an enemy unconscious as well as yourself.
Victorious Fanfare (Su)
Every fight you walk away from as the winner is a glorious one. Starting at 16th level, when combat ends you can spend 3 points of faith to immediately restore yourself and your allies within 60 feet to your maximum hit points. You cannot use this ability if you are unconscious or helpless.
7th–holy sword (holy, unholy, anarchic, or axiomatic, corresponding to your alignment)
The domain of healing is one of care, rest, and kindness.
As a legendary cleric of the healing domain, your greatest priority is ensuring that those around you are cared for and healthy.
A healing cleric’s work is rarely if ever done. The most important aspect of being a legendary cleric of the healing domain is compassion; your power is meant for others, not for yourself, and to be given freely rather than hoarded. As such, while evil healing clerics are not unheard of, almost all healing clerics are of a good alignment.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (nature)
Channel Life (Su)
If you chose to channel negative energy at 1st level, you gain the ability to channel positive energy as well. If you chose to channel positive energy, you can channel energy as a move action instead of a standard. If you do not have the channel energy class feature, you gain it, but can only choose to channel positive energy.
Merciful Healer (Su)
At 4th level, choose a paladin mercy as though you were a paladin of your cleric level. When you channel energy or cast a spell with the healing subdomain, you can spend 1 point of faith to apply one mercy to the effect. You can choose one additional mercy every 3 levels after you gain this ability.
Healer’s Blessing (Su)
At 8th level, all of your spells with the healing subdomain are treated as if they were empowered, increasing the amount by half (+50%). This does not apply to damage dealt to undead with such a spell. This does not stack with the Empower Spell metamagic feat.
Doctrine of Restoration
Not all wounds are expressed with the loss of blood or mutilation by weapons. You understand the dangers posed by internal ravages of the body and mind and work to alleviate them. You gain the following abilities.
Restorative Channel (Su)
When you channel or cast a spell with the healing subdomain, you can spend 2 points of faith to apply all 3rd and 6th level paladin mercies to the targets of the effect, instead of just one. For each 3rd and 6th level mercy you chose with merciful healer, you can choose a new mercy that you meet the prerequisites for, and are treated as having all 3rd and 6th level mercies for prerequisites.
Word of Restoration (Su)
Starting at 16th level you can spend 3 points of faith as a standard action to select one negative effect that an ally within 30 feet is suffering from. This effect can include any negative condition, poison, disease or spell except for death. All willing allies within 30 feet have this effect removed. If it is a magical effect with a caster level greater than your cleric level, the effect is instead suppressed for a number of rounds equal to your Wisdom modifier.
Doctrine of Recovery
In the heart of danger, every moment counts, forcing a healer to be quick and resourceful with their work. You excel at rapidly providing the necessary aid to keep your fellows going. You gain the following abilities.
Quickened Recovery (Su)
When you spontaneously cast a spell with the healing subtype from your domains, you can spend 1 point of faith to reduce its casting time by one step.
Miraculous Healer (Su)
Starting at 16th level you can spend 3 points of faith as a standard action to restore a single adjacent target to their maximum hit points. A creature can only benefit from this ability once per day.
1st–cure light wounds
5th–breath of life
8th–mass cure critical wounds
The domain of knowledge is one of understanding, self-improvement and personal growth. It is the highest calling of all people, clerics included, to seek knowledge and education, but as a legendary cleric of the knowledge domain you value learning for its own sake rather than any specific purpose. You most likely hold a role in the community as an educator or source of information and dedicate your free time to the accumulation of more information.
Divine Skill: Any Knowledge skill
Divine Scholar (Ex)
All Knowledge skills are class skills for you. You add your Wisdom modifier in place of your Intelligence modifier to all Knowledge skills and can roll Knowledge checks untrained. Before rolling a Knowledge check, you can spend 1 point of faith to add a sacred bonus to the check equal to ½ your cleric level.
Identify Weakness (Su)
Starting at 4th level, when you successfully identify a creature you can spend 1 point of faith as a swift action to grant allies who can hear you a +1 sacred bonus on attack and damage rolls against creatures of that type for one minute. These bonuses increase by 1 for every 4 levels you possess beyond 4th level.
Lore Master (Ex)
At 8th level, you gain the lore master ability, as a bard of your level.
Doctrine of the Scholar
There is nothing more important to your faith than acquiring new knowledge. You pursue it endlessly, poring over tomes and scrolls, seeking out new teachers, and penning your own treatises and scholarly works exploring the various realms of knowledge. You gain the following abilities.
Divine Inspiration (Su)
After failing a Knowledge check, you can spend 1 point of faith to reroll the check. You can continue spending faith to reroll until you succeed.
I Read About It In… (Ex)
Starting at 16th level, the breadth of your research and information becomes staggering. When presented with a Knowledge check, you can spend 1 minute going through your own notes, rereading the books you carry with you, or searching through your memory to take 20 on the check without expending a use of your lore master ability.
Doctrine of the Teacher
Though knowledge is important in its own right, it is more important that that knowledge reach as many ears as possible. You dedicate yourself to educating others, sharing what you have learned yourself and improving the collective knowledge of everyone. You gain the following abilities.
Thorough Lecture (Su)
The bonus from your identify weakness ability also applies to AC and saving throws against the appropriate creatures.
Communal Education (Su)
The greatest teachers don’t simply tell others the answers but teach them to find the answers themselves. At 16th level, when you successfully roll a Knowledge check, you can spend 1 point of faith to allow all of your allies to make the same check, even if they are untrained. For every result which equals or exceeds 10, you gain a +2 bonus to your check. This can increase the bonus from identify weakness as normal.
5th–contact other plane
8th–moment of prescience
The domain of life is built on compassion, resilience, and the value of life. As a legendary cleric of the life domain, you may be a healer, a caregiver, or a protector in times of crisis. You may be a modest figure or an influential leader in your community, but in either case you are quite active in supporting those around you.
Divine Skill: Perception
Life Link (Su)
You gain the life link ability, as an oracle of your cleric level. You can spend 1 point of faith to cast a harmless spell on a creature you have a life link to, increasing the range of the spell by 1 step (touch to close, close to medium, medium to long).
Anchor to Life (Su)
Starting at 4th level, allies within 30 feet of you add your Wisdom score to their Constitution score for the purpose of determining when they die of hit point damage or Constitution damage. Allies within this aura also ignore an amount of ability score damage to each of their ability scores equal to your Wisdom modifier.
Donate Life (Su)
At 8th level, you can give your allies a portion of your own life force. As an immediate action, you can spend 1 point of faith and reduce your hit points by any amount. You can then distribute an equal number of hit points among allies you are life linked to, healing them for the amount distributed to them.
Doctrine of the Body
The workings of the physical body are endlessly complex, requiring a great deal of maintenance and care in order to maintain their optimal conditions. The doctrine of the body focuses on preserving the body against ravages and keeping its many operations intact. You gain the following abilities.
Transfer Affliction (Su)
When an ally would gain a poison, disease, or curse effect, you can spend 1 point of faith to negate the effect on that creature. If you do, you suffer the effect in their place, ignoring any immunities you have.
One Body, One Heart (Su)
At 16th level, you can connect the life forces of yourself and your allies to share all of your burdens. As a swift action you can spend 3 points of faith. For one minute, whenever you or a creature you are life linked to would take damage, that damage is evenly distributed to that creature, yourself, and all other creatures you are life linked to. A creature under your life link can dismiss the effect as a free action before damage is calculated.
Doctrine of the Soul
Life exists as more than a series of biological functions, with much of one’s essence being contained within the metaphysical structure of the soul. The doctrine of the soul focuses on preserving and nurturing this ethereal form of life. You gain the following abilities.
Restore Soul (Sp)
If you have at least 10 points of faith remaining, you can spend all of your remaining faith to cast raise dead as a spell-like ability.
Starting at 16th level, if a creature that was life linked to you dies, you can spend 3 points of faith as an immediate action to tether their soul to their body. They fall unconscious but remain alive for three rounds. If their hit point total is increased to a negative amount less than their Constitution score or higher and any other negative effects responsible for their death are removed, they do not die. If they were killed by a death effect that instantly killed them, that effect can be removed with dispel magic or similar effects.
The domain of luck is not only one of chance, but of influencing those chances. As a legendary cleric of the luck domain, you likely believe in what many others would call “silly superstitions.” Black cats are to be avoided, mirrors unbroken, horseshoes treasured, and clovers meticulously inspected. The luck domain is unique in that it requires no formal faith or religion; merely a belief in the power of totems, practices and omens of good and bad luck is sufficient to grant the powers of a luck cleric.
Divine Skill: Perform (all)
Lucky Charm (Su)
When you cast a harmless spell or channel energy that heals one or more creatures, you can spend 1 point of faith to infuse the effect with good luck. Anyone affected by the spell or channel can reroll a single d20 before the results of the roll are revealed any time within the next minute. They must take the result of the reroll, even if it’s worse than the original.
At 4th level whenever you fail a saving throw or skill check, you can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to affect your own luck with an act, such as throwing salt over your shoulder or knocking on wood.
Reroll the failed check.
Aura of Luck (Su)
As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to exude an aura of good luck. All allies within a 30’ radius gain a +1 luck bonus on attack rolls and saving throws for one round. At 13th level and 18th level this bonus increases by +1, to a maximum of +3.
This aura can be maintained each round as a free action, but costs 1 point of faith each round.
Doctrine of Fortune
You seek to bring good luck into yours and your allies’ lives as much as you can. Your day to day life is filled with prayers, practices or rituals improving your own fortunes, empowering your faith, and bringing good luck into your lives. You gain the following abilities.
Bit of Luck (Su)
As an immediate action before an ally within 30 feet makes an attack roll, skill check or saving throw, you can spend 1 point of faith to bestow a bit of luck on them. Until the start of their next turn, they roll twice and take the better result on all d20 rolls.
Lucky Surge (Su)
Starting at 16th level, you can spend 1 point of faith as an immediate action to double the bonuses granted by your aura of luck for one round. You can use this ability after an ally fails an attack roll or saving throw, potentially changing the results of that check. After this ability ends, your aura of luck ends, and you cannot use it again for one minute. This does not stack with other abilities which double luck bonuses.
Doctrine of Misfortune
You impose ill fate upon your foes and drive situations towards their worst possible outcomes, possibly for strategic reasons or possibly out of spite. Your machinations sow distrust and failure. You gain the following abilities.
As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to curse an enemy with bad luck. That target must roll twice and take the worse result on all d20 rolls for one round.
Aura of Bad Luck (Su)
At 16th level, your aura of luck applies a penalty to the attack rolls and saving throws of enemies in the area. This penalty is equal the bonus granted to allies.
5th–foe to friend
8th–moment of prescience
The domain of magic is one of power and esoterica. As a legendary cleric of the magic domain, you believe that magic is the most powerful force in creation and strive to master it. Your faith may view magic as a powerful tool in its own service, or as a sacred practice in its service. Your faith may even worship magic itself, treating it as a living force that lends itself to mortals.
Divine Skill: Use Magic Device
Magic Sense (Sp)
You constantly benefit from detect magic. You can exclude the presence of magical auras you already know the presence and location of, such as your allies’ magic items. At 10th level, this effect becomes arcane sight instead.
Augment Spells (Su)
At 4th level, you gain a metamagic feat you qualify for as a bonus feat. When you prepare spells each day, you can spend 1 point of faith for each spell you modify with a metamagic feat to reduce the spell level adjustment on that spell by 1.
Divine Counterspell (Su)
At 8th level you gain Improved Counterspell as a bonus feat. You may spend 2 points of faith when counterspelling. If you do, you do not expend the prepared spell used to counterspell.
Doctrine of Superiority
Magic is ultimately a force, and the more of that force one controls the more they can assert their will upon the world. The doctrine of superiority emphasizes the raw strength of one’s magic, allowing you to tear through your foes’ mystical energies. You gain the following abilities.
Magical Collapse (Su)
When another creature is affected by a spell you cast, you can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to attempt to dispel a single spell on them, as though by dispel magic.
Spell Turn (Su)
At 16th level, you become so adept at controlling enemy magic, you can turn it back on them.
When you successfully counterspell, you may spend 1 additional point of faith to instead redirect the spell.
If the spell targets specific creatures, it only affects the original caster, and if it affects an area it is centered on the caster’s square.
Doctrine of Flexibility
Magic can be molded into countless shapes and sizes, and a scholar of magic can bend even the most simple and rigid spell towards many different purposes. The doctrine of flexibility teaches the disciple to embrace the great potential held within every work of magic. You gain the following abilities.
Improved Augment Spells (Su)
You gain an additional metamagic feat as a bonus feat. When you reduce the spell level adjustment of a metamagic feat using augment spells you can spend any number of points of faith to reduce the adjustment by the same amount.
Metamagic Mastery (Su)
At 16th level, your abilities with metamagic become second to none. Whenever you cast a spell, you can increase the casting time by 1 step to apply any metamagics you know as though you were a spontaneous caster. When you do so you can spend faith to reduce the spell level adjustment with your augment spells ability.
4th-greater magic aura
8th-prediction of failure
The domain of nobility is one of leadership and valor.
As a legendary cleric of the nobility domain, you are likely part of the noble class yourself, but belief in the platonic ideals of nobility can come from all levels of life. A nobility cleric must strive to promote those ideals among their followers and comrades, particularly the ideals of responsibility and duty, and thus are typically lawful.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (nobility)
Inspiring Command (Su)
As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to issue an inspiring command to your allies within 30 feet. Affected allies gain a +2 sacred bonus on attack rolls, AC, combat maneuver defense, saving throws and skill checks for 1 round. This is a language-dependent mind-affecting effect.
Noble Visage (Su)
At 4th level, you gain a natural aura of nobility that makes you seem more impressive to others. You gain a +2 bonus on Diplomacy, Bluff and Intimidate skill checks. This bonus increases by 1 at 9th level and every 4 levels thereafter, to a maximum of +5 at 17th level. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to touch an ally and grant them this bonus for a number of minutes equal to your Wisdom modifier.
Aura of Valor (Su)
At 8th level, you gain an aura that inspires others. Allies within 30 feet of you gain a +2 morale bonus on saves against fear and compulsion effects. You can spend 1 point of faith as a standard action to grant immunity to those effects for 1 minute but allies already under such an effect do not gain this immunity.
Doctrine of Rulership
Without governing forces which bind the world together, there is not telling what could happen.
For that reason, the doctrine of rulership teaches its dedicates to stringently enforce their will and to project their beliefs upon those around them. You gain the following abilities.
Commanding Voice (Su)
Your voice itself becomes layered with power. Whenever you cast a spell that has a verbal component, you can spend 2 points of faith to use your inspiring command as a free action.
King’s Order (Su)
Starting at 16th level your command is great enough to stir others to action past their own limits. As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to command a willing target. The target can take any move action or the attack action as an immediate action.
Doctrine of Chivalry
Much is expected from those who receive much, and so a crucial component of nobility is the high moral standard one holds themself to. The doctrine of chivalry teaches loyalty and commitment, weaving these values into an assistive fighting style. You gain the following abilities.
On the Front (Su)
You join your comrades in the thick of battle, inspiring them with your willingness to fight alongside them. On any turn in which you make a melee attack against an enemy, you can use your inspiring command as a swift action.
Knight’s Command (Su)
Starting at 16th level, your knightly presence inspires others to break free of their shackles. Whenever you use your inspiring command, all affected creatures gain a new save against all negative effects affecting them. A creature can only benefit from this ability once per minute.
1st–word of resolve
9th–mass hold monster
The domain of plants is one of respect for nature.
As a legendary cleric of the plant domain, you likely live in or near a forest, swamp, or other flora-filled region, and preach the importance of its protection. Your most important role is to speak for the trees, as they cannot speak for themselves.
Divine Skill: Knowledge (nature)
You gain the wood blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain the basic phytokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
Natural Medicine (Ex)
At 4th level, your knowledge of plants allows effective healing, even without magic. You can spend 1 point of faith and 1 minute to treat a willing creature’s wounds with medicinal herbs and berries, healing them for 2d8 points of damage. At 6th level, and every 2 levels thereafter, this healing increases by 1d8, to a maximum of 10d8 at 20th level.
Woodland Aura (Su)
Starting at 8th level, you and allies within 30 feet of you can move through any sort of natural undergrowth (such as thorns, briars, overgrown areas, and similar terrain) at your normal speed and without taking damage or suffering any other impairment. At a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to make this aura effect magically created or manipulated undergrowth as well.
Doctrine of Herbalism
The bounties of the world can be utilized in a wide variety of ways, and the doctrine of herbalism instructs clerics on how to best employ the variety of plants around them for medicinal purposes. You gain the following abilities.
Amazing Herbs (Su)
Whenever you use natural medicine, you can attempt to dispel a curse, disease, or other long term effect as though using dispel magic, remove disease or neutralize poison, treating your cleric level as your caster level.
At 16th level, the plants you conjure all bloom with delicate flowers that release a soothing scent. When you cast a plant domain spell, you can spend 1 point of faith to infuse these flowers with healing energy. Allies within the radius of the spell gain fast healing equal to your Wisdom modifier for the duration of the spell.
Doctrine of Overgrowth
The endless expansion of plant life is a force which can change the nature of an ecosystem or even a nation.
The doctrine of overgrowth taps into this mighty development to rearrange the battlefield according to your needs. You gain the following abilities.
Entangling Roots (Su)
Whenever you cast a plant domain spell or use wood blast, you may spend a faith point to cause any affected creatures to become entangled for a number of rounds equal to your Wisdom modifier. Any creature who succeeds at their saving throw against the effect negates the entangled condition, while creatures hit by your wood blast are allowed a Reflex saving throw to negate this entanglement.
Wild Growth (Su)
At 16th level, the plants you conjure become thorny or brambly. When you cast a plant domain spell, you can spend 1 point of faith to grow these thorns and brambles to deadly size and sharpness.
Creatures that begin their turn in the radius of these spells take 1d6 points of damage per spell level. A creature affected by your woodland aura does not take this damage.
5th–wall of thorns
9th-greater siege of trees
The domain of protection is one of guardianship.
As a legendary cleric of the protection domain, you preach the importance of defending those around you. This can extend to protecting those weaker than you, protecting those to whom you owe fealty, or protecting those you’ve declared allies, whether out of generosity, honor, or holding to your word. The reasons to protect others, and to value such enough to become a legendary cleric of those ideals, are myriad, but they all come to one core belief: you are a shield for those around you, and you will protect them.
Divine Skill: Perception
Guardian’s Aura (Su)
Overzealous Healing (Su)
At 4th level, healing energy in excess of what you need can be converted into a barrier to protect your allies. You can spend 1 point of faith when casting a spell of the healing subdomain or channeling to heal; any healing in excess of their maximum hp becomes temporary hp that lasts for 1 hour.
Emergency Barrier (Su)
At 8th level, you can quickly respond to your allies in danger. As an immediate action when an ally would be hit by an attack, you can spend 1 point of faith to grant them a +2 sacred bonus to armor class and temporary hp equal to your level + your Wisdom modifier for one round. If the attack would miss their new armor class, it is negated.
Doctrine of the Disciplinarian
To stop harm, sometimes punishment must be enacted.
The doctrine of the disciplinarian focuses on penalizing foes for daring to strike against you or your allies. You gain the following abilities.
Energy Field (Su)
When you cast a spell that deals damage, you can spend 1 point of faith to convert some of the energy of that spell into a barrier for your allies. Reduce the damage of the spell by 20%, and grant allies within 30 feet of you temporary hp equal to the reduction.
At 16th level, you can harness the excess energy from your healing and turn it volatile instead of protective. Whenever you cast a spell of the healing subdomain or channel to heal, you can spend 1 point of faith to convert all healing in excess of the targets’ maximum hp into damage. Enemies within 30 feet of you take this damage (maximum 5 points per cleric level, Will save for half ).
Doctrine of the Guardian
As a follower of the doctrine of the guardian, your focus lies upon protecting your allies from harm, using your abilities to minimize their suffering through whatever means possible. You gain the following abilities.
Guardian Beacon (Su)
As a swift action you can spend 1 point of faith to empower your guardian’s aura, declaring your allies under your protection. For 1 minute, enemies take a penalty to attack rolls against creatures within your aura equal to the resistance bonus granted by the aura. This benefit does not apply to you.
Emergency Force Field (Su)
When you use your emergency barrier ability, you can spend 1 additional point of faith to instead create a solid shield of energy between your target and their attacker. This functions as wall of force, but only affects one edge of a single 5-foot square and lasts until the start of the target’s next turn.
3rd–communal resist energy
4th-lesser globe of invulnerability
5th-wreath of blades
6th–globe of invulnerability
The domain of repose is one of stewardship over the dead. As a legendary cleric of the repose domain, your highest task is ensuring that the dead see their final rest. For most clerics in your faith, this likely means performing funerary rites, tending to graves, and leading prayers for the souls of the departed, but there is a secondary role almost all repose domain clerics prepare for: putting the dead back to rest when they rise.
Divine Skill: Survival
Lay to Rest (Su)
Undead do not gain channel resistance against your channels. If you channel positive energy, you can spend 1 point of faith when you channel to harm to increase the damage by your cleric level. If you channel negative energy, you can spend 1 point of faith when you channel to harm to damage undead and not affect living creatures.
Turn Undead (Su)
At 4th level you gain Turn Undead as a bonus feat, using your Wisdom modifier in place of your Charisma modifier. You can spend uses of channel negative energy or 1 point of faith to use this ability.
Volatile Channel (Su)
At 8th level, you can spend 1 point of faith when you channel to harm undead or cast a spell that affects undead. If they fail their save against the channel or spell, they are staggered for 1 round. If the spell does not give them a save, they can make a Will save against this effect.
Doctrine of the Grave
Graves are locations which often need protection, either from robbers or from haunting undead. The doctrine of graves focuses on deterring or destroying such interlopers through positive energy effects. You gain the following abilities.
Fearsome Channel (Su)
When you channel to harm undead, you can spend 1 point of faith. Creatures who fail their save against this channel are also affected by Turn Undead. You may affect living creatures with Turn Undead as if they were undead.
Explosive Channel (Su)
Starting at 16th level, when you channel to harm undead you can spend 1 point of faith. Unintelligent undead who fail their save against this channel must succeed at a Fortitude save or be instantly destroyed.
Doctrine of Rest
The fundamental goal of the repose domain is to ensure peaceful, secure rest for the dead, and the doctrine of rest emphasizes this mission through its disarming impositions of magic. You gain the following abilities.
Peaceful Rest (Su)
You become permanently under the effects of death ward. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to extend this effect into an aura affecting allies within 30 feet for a number of minutes equal to your Wisdom modifier. A creature who dies under this effect does not rise as an undead, even if an effect such as ghoul fever or create spawn would cause them to.
Exhausting Channel (Su)
Starting at 16th level, you can spend 1 point of faith and a use of channel as a standard action to sap the energy from creatures around you. Enemies within 30 feet of you must make a Will save against your channel DC. Living creatures who fail become fatigued, and undead creatures become staggered for the duration of the Turn Undead effect. A living creature who is already fatigued instead falls asleep, while an undead creature who is already staggered becomes paralyzed, even if they would be immune to paralysis.
1st–whispering lore (functions regardless of race)
8th–trap the soul
The domain of runes is one of writing and knowledge.
As a legendary cleric of the rune domain, you understand the value of the written word and the power it can contain both figurative and literal. You’ve dedicated yourself to the study of runes, sigils and languages, and have mastered their magical use.
Divine Skill: Use Magic Device
Written Magic (Sp)
You gain Scribe Scroll as a bonus feat and can use Linguistics in place of Spellcraft when crafting scrolls. You can spend 1 point of faith as a standard action to cast comprehend languages as a spell-like ability.
Divine Translation (Su)
At 4th level your understanding of magical language grows tremendously. You can spend 1 point of faith when casting a spell from a scroll that is not on your spell list to treat it as though it were on your spell list.
Runic Warding (Su)
Starting at 8th level, you can alter your spells by incorporating runework into them.
Whenever you cast a spell affecting an area, you can spend 1 point of faith to either increase the radius of the spell as if by the Widen Spell metamagic feat, or increase the duration, as though by the Extend Spell metamagic feat. This does not increase its level or casting time.
Doctrine of Languages
Methods of communication form a cornerstone of civilization, and those with a mastery of language can accomplish an endless variety of feats with their understanding. The doctrine of languages focuses upon this mastery to expose the endless secrets of the world. You gain the following abilities.
You become permanently under the effects of tongues. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to grant your allies within 30 feet the effects of tongues for 10 minutes.
Starting at 16th level, you gain a total mastery of scrolls. When you cast a spell from a scroll, the spell uses your caster level and your Wisdom modifier to determine its DCs and effects.
Doctrine of Engravings
The marks left by people can last for ages, with images and patterns persisting through history long after civilizations have expired. The doctrine of engravings focuses on the stabilizing and protective elements of runes. You gain the following abilities.
When you cast a spell that affects a specific area, such as consecrate, you can spend 1 point of faith to bind the spell to a rune instead of a location. This rune can be engraved on a stone, woven into clothing, or tattooed into your skin. The area of the spell becomes centered around the rune and moves with it. If the spell’s duration is greater than a day, then you do not regain the faith you spent on this ability until the spell’s duration ends.
Runic Warding (Su)
At 16th level, when you cast a spell that affects a specific area, you can spend 1 point of faith and increase the casting time by 10 minutes to engrave a rune scheme into the environment, making the duration permanent. Spells cast in this way cannot be tied to a rune using your runestone ability. The spell can be disabled by a Disable Device or Spellcraft check with a DC equal to the spell’s DC + 10.
The domain of scalykind is unusual in its specific focus on snakes, lizards and dragons, rather than more general ideals or concepts. As a legendary cleric of the scalykind domain, your faith likely venerates one of these types of creatures or a deity associated with them. There is little that sets a scalykind cleric’s behaviors and beliefs apart, except for a particular fascination with scaled creatures.
Divine Skill: Intimidate
Leather Skin (Su)
Your skin doesn’t bear the scales of your venerated creatures but is naturally tougher than most. You gain a +1 natural armor bonus to your armor class. This bonus increases by +1 at 5th level and every 4 levels thereafter, to a maximum of +5 at 17th level. As an immediate action you can spend 1 point of faith to double this bonus for 1 round, your skin turning to a facsimile of real scales. If the bonus is already doubled, you may spend a faith point as a free action to extend the duration for an additional round.
Snapping Fangs (Su)
Starting at 4th level, your canine teeth elongate, granting you a more fearsome visage. You can intimidate to demoralize creatures as a move action. As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to grow your fangs larger and widen your jaw, granting you a bite natural attack that deals 1d6 points of damage for 1 minute.
Hypnotic Gaze (Su)
At 8th level, you learn to harness the natural mind-altering powers many scalykind possess. As a standard action, you can spend 1 point of faith to fascinate a single creature for 1 round (Will negates). This fascination is only broken if the target is dealt damage.
Doctrine of Dragonkind
Dragons embody the pinnacle of scalykind in strength as well as wisdom, magical beings of incomprehensible age and power who wield an endless variety of abilities.
The doctrine of dragonkind seeks to emulate or improve upon such greatness. You gain the following abilities.
Draconic Scales (Su)
You dedicate yourself to the power of dragons and are rewarded with greater resilience. Choose one of the chromatic or metallic dragon types. When you spend faith to double your natural armor bonus, your skin turns the color of the dragon you chose, and you gain immunity to its associated energy type for the duration of the effect (acid for black, green and copper, cold for white and silver, electricity for blue and bronze, and fire for red, brass and gold) and the duration of the benefit extends to 1 minute. In this state, you also grow wings and gain a fly speed with good maneuverability equal to twice your land speed.
Frightful Gaze (Su)
At 16th level, when you use your hypnotic gaze, the target instead becomes shaken.
If they were already shaken they become frightened, and if they were already frightened they instead become panicked. A successful Will save negates any of these effects.
Doctrine of Serpentkind
Serpents have long stood as symbols of perpetuity, tenacity, and the power of subtlety. The doctrine of the serpent employs the tools of such creatures so that you might achieve victory in impossible situations. You gain the following abilities.
Venomous Fangs (Su)
Your fangs become magically infused with venom. When you hit a creature with your bite attack, you may spend 1 point of faith to add poison to the attack.
Bite – injury; save Fort; frequency 1/round for 6 rounds; effect 1d3 Con damage; cure 1 save.
Ensnaring Gaze (Su)
Starting at 16th level, your fascinating gaze lasts a number of rounds equal to your Wisdom modifier. In addition, you can damage the target of your fascinating gaze without breaking their fascination; damage from other creatures still ends the fascination.
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The domain of strength is one of care and improvement of the physical body. As a legendary cleric of the strength domain, you emphasize for yourself and others the importance of exercise and the pursuit of physical prowess. Your faith may be oriented towards strength as a way of ensuring the safety of one’s self and others, as one aspect of sport and competition, as a display of gratitude towards a higher power for the body, or because of a cultural inclination towards “might makes right.”
Divine Skill: Climb
Physical Domination (Su)
You gain either Dirty Fighting or Power Attack as a bonus feat, ignoring prerequisites. When you attempt a combat maneuver, you can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to add your Wisdom modifier to your CMB and CMD for one round.
Might of the Gods (Su)
At 4th level, you can spend 1 point of faith as an immediate action to infuse your muscles with divine energy, adding your cleric level as an enhancement bonus to your Strength score for one round. This bonus only applies to combat maneuvers, carrying capacity, Strength-based skill checks, and Strength checks.
Powerful Presence (Su)
Your muscular physique makes you more impressive to others, for better or for worse.
At 8th level, you can spend 1 point of faith when making a Diplomacy or Intimidate check to add your Strength modifier to the check. In addition, the DC to Intimidate you increases by 4.
Doctrine of the Athlete
A body honed to perfection is an immensely powerful weapon as well as a defense that will rarely fail you. The doctrine of the athlete focuses on continually improving the maneuverability and tenacity of one’s own body. You gain the following abilities.
Peerless Maneuvering (Su)
Your blessed might allows you to overcome even tremendous foes. You may ignore any size bonuses to CMB or CMD that creatures possess and may perform combat maneuvers on creatures regardless of their size. When you succeed at a combat maneuver, you are treated as having succeeded by 5 more for the purpose of determining the maneuver’s effects.
At 16th level, you may perform a single combat maneuver as a free action whenever you succeed at an attack roll or combat maneuver. You cannot activate this ability from a combat maneuver you perform as a result of this ability.
Doctrine of the Titan
Strength is a force that allows one to tower over any obstacle and tread them underfoot. The doctrine of the titan emphasizes this approach, focusing on becoming as large and mighty as possible while crushing your foes into nothingness. You gain the following abilities.
Giant’s Stature (Su)
As a swift action, you can spend 1 point of faith to grow one size category, as enlarge person. This effect lasts for 1 minute. Whenever you cast a spell which would increase your size, you may spend 1 point of faith to increase your size by one additional size category, increasing any size bonuses you receive to Strength or Constitution by 2.
Titanic Blows (Su)
Starting at 16th level, while you are under the effects of might of the gods or giant’s stature, any creature struck by one of your melee attacks must succeed at a Fortitude save or be stunned for one round.
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The domain of the sun focuses on personability, revelation, and overwhelming force. As a legendary cleric of the sun domain, you likely invoke the awe induced by the sun to cow your foes and illuminate the way for your allies. You may provide hope and guidance, serve as a beacon of leadership, or sear your foes with divine brilliance.
Skill: Knowledge (geography)
Luminous Aura (Su)
The light level within a 10-foot radius of you increases by one step. This radius increases by 5 feet for every level beyond 1st you possess, to a maximum of 110 feet at 20th level. You may deactivate or reactivate this aura as a free action.
Searing Glory (Su)
At 4th level, whenever you cast a spell with the light descriptor, you may spend a faith point to deal fire damage equal to your cleric level to any creatures you choose in the area of the light’s effects in addition to the normal effects of the spell.
Soothing Brilliance (Su)
At 8th level, whenever you cast a light spell, you may spend a faith point to allow any allies within the area to make a saving throw against one effect on them.
Doctrine of Heat
The might of the sun is incomprehensible to most mortal minds, and even fewer mortal bodies can stand against its awesome and brilliant heat. The doctrine of heat focuses this immense power upon your foes. You gain the following abilities.
Scorching Brilliance (Su)
You may use your searing glory ability with spells of the fire and healing descriptors as well as those of the light descriptor. Light spells you cast count as true sunlight for all purposes and deal an additional 1d4 damage per cleric level to undead when used with searing glory.
Solar Flare (Su)
At 16th level, whenever you use searing glory, you may spend an additional faith point to irradiate any creatures you choose within the area of effect. Irradiated creatures must succeed at a Fortitude save or become exposed to Severe Radiation. This effect uses the DC of your domain abilities, not the normal DC of severe radiation.
Doctrine of Light
For all the destruction the sun can rain down, it also provides a crucial rule in the cultivation and protection of life. The doctrine of light emphasizes this sustaining power, providing stability to yourself and your allies. You gain the following abilities.
Purifying Radiance (Su)
Allies within the area of your light spells receive a +2 sacred bonus to all saving throws.
Luminous Relief (Su)
At 16th level, so long as you or your allies are within the area of one of your light spells, they receive fast healing equal to the spell’s level (minimum 0).
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The domain of travel is built around movement, exploration, and guidance. As a legendary cleric of the travel domain, your lifestyle is likely nomadic or otherwise distant from most of society. You may be a guide who leads people through danger, a monastic who protects people in remote parts of the world, or a navigator who helps keep the group on the right path in times of tumult.
Agile Feet (Su)
By spending a faith point as a free action, you may allow yourself and all allies within 30 feet to ignore all difficult terrain and not take any penalties for moving through it for 1 round.
Blessed Alacrity (Su)
At 4th level, all of your movement speeds increase by 10 feet. You may spend a faith point as a free action to double this bonus for one round.
Dimensional Hop (Sp)
At 8th level, you can teleport up to 10 feet per cleric level per day as a move action. This teleportation must be used in 5-foot increments and such movement does not provoke attacks of opportunity. You must have line of sight to your destination to use this ability. You can bring other willing creatures with you, but you must expend an equal amount of distance for each creature brought.
Doctrine of Gateways
Every journey has a destination, and your expertise lies in reaching destinations quickly through magical means.
The doctrine of gateways is built upon circumventing dangers and bringing your allies directly between points. You gain the following abilities.
When using dimensional hop, you may spend a faith point to create two 5-foot diameter portals, one in the space you teleported from and one in your current space. These portals persist until the end of your next turn, and creatures of any size can step move through either, using 5 feet of movement to exit from the other portal. At the end of your next turn, you can spend an additional faith point as a free action to extend the portals’ duration by 1 round.
Master of Dimensions (Su)
At 16th level, you do not expend distance for using dimensional hop to teleport less than 60 feet. In addition, you may spend 20 feet of movement from dimensional hop to transport a willing creature between planes (as per plane shift) instead of teleporting it.
Doctrine of Roads
You serve as a patron of journeys, focusing on mastering the spaces in between landmarks and directing your allies through the great expanse of the world. You may also be skilled in tactics, assisting your allies’ mobility amid danger. You gain the following abilities.
The benefits of blessed alacrity apply to all allies within 30 feet of you. For yourself, the speed bonus improves from 10 feet to 30 feet.
Make Your Way (Su)
At 16th level, any ally which starts their turn benefiting from your pathforger ability may spend a swift action to move up to their speed once per round.
The domain of trickery is one of subterfuge and deception. As a legendary cleric of the trickery domain, you likely rely upon lying and deceit to advance your goals or utilize distortions of the truth to expose the faults and hypocrisies of the world around you. Your faith may be one that thrives in the shadows or which employs complex charades to enthrall its followers and deter its enemies. The commonality to all faiths of trickery is a profit to be obtained by obfuscating the truth.
Divine Skill: Disguise
You can create an illusory double of yourself as a move action by spending a faith point. This double functions as a single mirror image and lasts for a number of rounds equal to your cleric level or until the illusory duplicate is dispelled or destroyed. An additional mirror image is created at 4th level and every 3 cleric levels thereafter. You can have no more than one copycat effect at a time. This ability does not stack with the mirror image spell.
The domain of void is built upon curiosity, humility, and the pursuit of higher meaning. Exploring the void often means coming to terms with the tremendous and difficult truths of the multiverse and recognizing all that exists outside of human terms. As a legendary cleric of void, you may be a scholar of esoteric sciences, a traveler of reality’s far reaches, or a zealot who has sworn themself to some inscrutable cosmic mission.
Skill: Knowledge (planes)
Powers of the Beyond (Sp)
You gain either the telekinetic blast or gravity blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain either the basic telekinesis or basic chaokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
Fortified Mind (Su)
At 4th level, you and all allies within 10 feet of you gain a +2 bonus on saving throws against mind-affecting effects. You may spend a faith point as an immediate action to increase this bonus to half your cleric level (minimum +3) for 1 round.
Part the Veil (Su)
At 8th level, you can lace spells you cast or kinetic blasts you use with the sublime by spending a faith point. If the target is struck by the effect or fails their saving throw against the effect, they must succeed at a Will save or become confused for a number of rounds equal to half your cleric level. The victim must succeed at a new saving throw each round to end the effect—these additional saving throws apply only to the additional confusion effect and not to the original spell effect. Part the veil is a mind-affecting effect. You may only affect one target with this ability per use.
Doctrine of Oblivion
You have gazed into the endless expanse and discovered how little your efforts mean in the grand scheme.
Burdened with this knowledge, you invoke the powers of the absurd as devastating weapons. You gain the following abilities.
All-Consuming Expanse (Su)
Whenever you use part the veil, you may affect a number of creatures up to half your cleric level. In addition, rather than confused, you may choose to have targets that fail their Will save become frightened for the duration they would be confused or stunned for 1 round.
Roguish Escape (Su)
Starting at 4th level, as an immediate action, after you are missed by an attack or succeed at a saving throw, you can spend a faith point to teleport up to 10 feet to a space that you can see.
Subtle Caster (Su)
At 8th level, you gain Conceal Spell and Improved Conceal Spell as bonus feats even if you do not meet the prerequisites. You may use your cleric level in place of your ranks in Bluff, Disguise, or Sleight of Hand and your Wisdom modifier in place of your Charisma or Dexterity modifier to set the DC of the Conceal Spell feat, and may spend a faith point as part of using Conceal Spell to increase the DC by 5 for that particular casting.
Doctrine of Deceit
You rely upon your words and wits to get you through trouble, utilizing subtle manipulations and exploiting the assumptions of those around you to succeed. You gain the following abilities.
Deep-Seeded Treachery (Su)
You become immune to any magical effect that would detect that you are lying or would prevent you from lying (such as a zone of truth)
Dance of Deceptions (Su)
At 16th level, creatures which have failed a Sense Motive check to discern one of your lies or a Perception check to see through one of your disguises within the last 24 hours take a -4 penalty on saving throws against you cleric spells.
Doctrine of Illusion
You twist the perceptions of others to suit your needs, creating a variety of convincing falsehoods that leave others questioning whether their own senses can be trusted. You gain the following abilities.
Countless Faces (Su)
You gain the ability to alter your appearance at-will, as per the veil spell. This effect is permanent until dispelled, until you are slain, or until you dismiss it.
New Reality (Su)
At 16th level, you may spend a faith point as part of casting a (glamer) or (figment) spell to make any change quasi-real, like those created by shadow conjuration. A creature that interacts with reshaped reality may make a Will save to see through the semi-real illusion.
Terrain can provide concealment, and against foes who do not make the Will save to see through the facade, reshaped reality can provide cover. For disbelievers, quasi-real objects and terrain have only 20% normal hardness and hit points, and break DCs are 10 lower than normal. Dangerous terrain cannot exceed 5d6 points of damage per round (1d6 per round against disbelievers).
This ability cannot damage existing structures.
Unlimited Power (Su)
At 16th level, whenever you cast a spell, you may spend a faith point to not consume the spell slot used for the spell. If you do, you become confused for 1 round. This ignores any immunity to confusion you may possess.
Doctrine of Infinity
Amidst the swirls of galaxies and resonances of the planes, you find a greater meaning to existence which you have dedicated yourself towards. Although you may not understand the full picture, you strive to weave your section of the tapestry. You gain the following abilities.
Whenever you cast a spell, you may spend a faith point to double its duration as the Extend Spell feat.
Open to Eternity (Su)
At 16th level, you become immune to mind-affecting effects, although you may still allow mind-affecting effects to affect you if you so wish. Any bonus granted from fortified mind increases by 2.
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The domain of war is centered on conflict and grand machinations, often emphasizing coordination and ambition. War clerics are often charged with guiding their followers in times of conflict, be this through tactical advice or the fostering of morale. Your faith may be oriented towards conquest, unity, defense, or simply to the value of discipline, teamwork, and strategy in resolving problems.
You are proficient with all martial weapons and treat your base attack bonus from your cleric level as equal to your cleric level for the purpose of meeting prerequisites. In addition, your levels in cleric count as levels in fighter for the purpose of meeting prerequisites.
At 4th level, you gain a single teamwork feat as a bonus feat. Whenever you cast a spell on a willing target, you may grant one of them a single teamwork feat that you possess for one minute.
If you spend a faith point, you may grant the teamwork feat to all willing creatures affected by the spell.
Martial Aptitude (Ex)
At 8th level, you gain either the Armor Training or Weapon Training class feature of a fighter of your cleric level. If you select Weapon Training, you select a single fighter weapon group and do not select additional fighter weapon groups at higher levels.
Doctrine of the Commander
You make the most of your allies’ varied abilities and guide them on the path to victory, using your faith and determination to amplify your leadership capabilities. You gain the following abilities.
Follow My Lead (Su)
You gain an additional teamwork feat as a bonus feat plus a third teamwork feat at 20th level. When you use Coordination, you share all teamwork feats you possess rather than just one.
Rally ‘Round the Flag (Ex)
At 16th level, you gain the banner and greater banner class features of a cavalier of your cleric level, and your banner is considered visible so long as your holy symbol is visible. You may select an alternate banner if you so wish. By spending a faith point, you may wave your standard as a move action rather than a standard action.
Doctrine of the Soldier
You merge your faith with an intense martial conviction, improving your physical techniques so that you may fight alongside your fellow warriors rather than hiding behind them. You gain the following abilities.
Martial Mastery (Ex)
You gain either Armor Training or Weapon Training as a fighter of your cleric level, whichever option you did not select with martial aptitude. In addition, you gain a single Advanced Armor Training or Advanced Weapon Training of your choice.
Critical Determination (Ex)
At 16th level, you gain a single critical feat as a bonus feat. Whenever you threaten a critical hit, you may spend a faith point to automatically confirm the critical hit.
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The domain of water is centered on a reverence for the life-giving fluid, valuing its importance to survival as well as its force in the form of rains or waves. Water clerics are often healers or sailors, their communion with the waves often making them particularly popular in coastal towns or aboard ships.
You gain the water blast wild talent and the kinetic blast class feature, treating half your cleric level as your kineticist level (minimum 1) and your Wisdom modifier as your Constitution modifier. You also gain the basic hydrokinesis utility wild talent. You can spend 1 point of faith as a free action to treat your cleric level as your kineticist level for one round instead.
At 4th level, you gain a swim speed equal to your base land speed and can breathe underwater as well as on land.
Buffering Waters (Su)
At 8th level, whenever you affect a willing creature with a spell, you may spend a faith point to grant that creature temporary hit points equal to your cleric level.
Doctrine of Soothing
Water is used to grow crops, quench thirst, sustain sea creatures, clean wounds, and perform countless other roles in preserving life. The doctrine of soothing embodies the benevolent and restorative aspects of water with its relieving secrets. You gain the following abilities.
Cleansing Waves (Su)
Any creature under the effects of buffering waters may immediately end the effect to end one of the following conditions on themselves: blinded, confused, cowering, dazed, dazzled, deafened, energy drained, exhausted, fascinated, fatigued, frightened, helpless, nauseated, panicked, paralyzed, petrified, shaken, sickened, staggered, or stunned. Alternatively, they may make a saving throw against a poison or disease they are suffering from, taking no ill effects on a failed save.
Tides of Relief (Su)
At 16th level, so long as you are in contact with at least a gallon of water outside of your own body, you gain fast healing equal to half your cleric level.
Doctrine of Surges
A mighty storm can destroy cities, flood the lands, send ships tumbling, and alter the terrain with ease.
Harnessing the force and might of water, you invoke the doctrine of surges to reshape the environment to your whims. You gain the following abilities.
Crashing Tempest (Su)
Whenever you create or manipulate water, you may spend a faith point to have any creatures in the area of the water take 1d6 points of bludgeoning or cold damage (your choice) per 2 cleric levels. A successful fortitude save halves this damage. You are immune to damage from your own uses of this ability.
Incarnate Storm (Su)
At 16th level, you gain a +10 bonus to any CMB checks made as part of a kinetic blast or spell with the water descriptor and may increase the Swim DC to move through any water effect you create by 10.
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