View Full Version : Palladin's: based only on Wisdom?

2010-06-02, 07:13 PM
Hey everyone I'm playing a paladin/cleric in a gestalt game, but I seem to remember that there was a feat that bases the paladin's abilities off of wisdom rather than charisma. I know monks can do carmandine monk to get int instead of wisdom, so I was looking for something like that for my guy.

To get it past my DM, I need a source and the name of the feat.
Thanks in advance guys, I have aces to a wide variety of materials, but I just can't remember if/when I saw this feat!

Dusk Eclipse
2010-06-02, 07:19 PM
The feat is serenity, it is in some Dragon magazine and IIRC also on the Dragon Magazine Compendium.

2010-06-02, 07:23 PM
You may also be interested in a level dip into the Shiba Protector from Oriental Adventures. The requirements aren't great but a single level will give you wis to hit and damage. 2nd level swordsage from ToB will give you wis to AC whilst still allowing you to wear light armour like a mithril breatplate.

2010-06-02, 07:26 PM
Thanks guys, I knew that feat sounded familiar... DARN YOU JOSS WEDON!!!!

Also I'll check out that PrC out Boci, thanks a bunch.

2010-06-02, 07:48 PM

Sorry, had to.