Build Cost: Each feat costs 5 build to learn. Learning these feats does not require a teacher.
Description: Pain effects are one of the more debilitating of Control effects; they can disable, hamper or even completely paralyze the recipient. Learning this feat involves intense training and discipline so that the character can place mind above body and with simple willpower – ascend above the agony that his or her body is suffering.
Usage: To use this feat, you must spend 1 SP and say “Endure Pain” in response to a Pain attack (such as a Cripple Limb, a Daze or a Stun effect). You cannot use this Feat to defend against an attack that comes from behind you and strikes your back torso.
Description: This feat represents innate resistance to magic, incredible luck or intense training against spellcraft. Upon using this feat, a character can defend himself from the effects of any spell – although it is costly to do so. Those who intend to hunt Demons, Elementals and other creatures of powerful magic would do well to learn the Evade feat… of course, for those who don’t come from the Races that bear this magical resistance, training for such a feat comes at a steep cost.
Usage: To use this feat, you must spend 2 SP and say “Evade” in response to a spell that just hit you; its effects are negated by “Evade”.
You cannot use “Evade” against attacks that come from behind you and strike your back torso.
Description: There are many monsters and people in the world that can bend the minds of others through words or spell. This feat exists to combat such creatures, calling upon one’s inner reserves of energy to tear away fabrications and manipulations – to unveil the truth of things. This is especially useful for characters who dislike being fooled or being deceived.
Usage: To use this feat, you must spend 1 SP and say “Resist Charm” in response to a Charm attack (such as a Suggestion, a Befriend, a Pacify or a Taunt effect). You cannot use this Feat to defend against an attack that comes from behind you and strikes your back torso.