Ok, I'm trying to do my own line of Demonic Heritage feats (blame it on too much Inuyasha). Oh, how can I count how many things I don't know... with my luck, I've done something horrible to this discussion thread, and it'll probably turn up in the wiki on last year's fashions... I was hoping to add a movement-boosting feat, a renegeration feat, and a low-light vision feat that'd tie in to Demonic Heritage. Also, maybe an elemental attack power of some sort that'd tie in to the element from Demonic Heritage.
I got the inspiration for this idea in particular from the Vampire Bloodline feats in the Dragon Magazine Annual book. I know there's the abyssal heritor feats on this site (or there was before it moved from dandwiki to here), but I don't really like to use them for a couple of reasons: One: some of the side-effects don't fit into my visualization of demons, and Two: if it ever said what stats Abyssal Heritor has, I couldn't find it. I think for the damage one, maybe if I took Eldritch Blast, turn it into an encounter power, reduce the damage to 1d8 or 1d6 maybe, make its damage type dependant on which element you choose from Demonic Heritage, remove the implement property, and add Dexterity to the abilities you can choose from, that might work.
Anyway, if anybody has any suggestions, I'd be glad to hear them.
Also, Surgo, thank you for helping me get Demonic Heritage all prettied up. The 4e thing I was referring to is where it now says Demonic Heritage (4e feat) on the top now.
Also, how do I get Demonic Heritage to show up on the lists? Am I supposed to go in and put a link in them, or do I wait for some administrator to do it?
- Not touching the meat of the feat, but I wanted to let you know that it's already in the lists you were worried about. We have them set up to add new things automagically as long as they're in the right categories, which your feat was. It just takes a bit of time sometimes, but you're all good now. - TarkisFlux 20:54, April 18, 2010 (UTC)