Why not make a PROPPER feat description instead of writing wrong ones and then make corrections in the notes. I guess I will never understand that. But what do I care.--Kamiryn 12:33, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

Heh, I made that error when I first started too, but do have a read at NWNWiki:Manual of style#Official descriptions. GhostNWN 12:48, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

If I want offical description I can read the manual. Giving a wrong description and writing something completly different in the notes will just confuse people - at best if they read the notes. Otherwise they just believe the wrong information.--Kamiryn 15:36, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

I agree we could better clarify that the official description is unaltered -- warts and all. Who'd like to take up the task of creating a template that makes it clearer? :) -- Alec Usticke 16:25, 16 June 2006 (PDT)
I could do it if you were to describe and give a basic outline. But after next week only. Got exams. GhostNWN 05:16, 17 June 2006 (PDT)

Class feat? Or general feat? Edit

This feat is listed as a "General" feat, but it has a prereq of the Perform skill. Since Bards are the only class to be able to have this skill, would this not be a "Class" feat? -- Dschuh 12 September 2006

Yeah, the only way to get it is L1 Bard, as it'sa first-level only feat, so you can't even multiclass to Bard for it. 12:27, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
It's a general feat because it is not granted by bard levels. (The same goes for something like construct shape -- it is effectively only available to a single class, but the class does not grant the feat, so it is a general feat.) Plus, that text is taken from BioWare. (Well, it's supposed to. Looks like it needs to be changed back.) --The Krit 01:45, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
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