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Domain Ostara (Healing)

Domain Ostara , "Ostara" (1901) by Johannes Gehrts
“Ostara” (1901) by Johannes Gehrts

Ostara” The vernal equinox brings with it the promise of rebirth and rejuvenation, and clerics who perform the rites of Ostara specialize not only in healing but also in new beginnings and the impetus of action. Ostara is a time of light, and these clerics bring the summer’s dawning to bear against their foes.

Deities: Brigid

Associated Domain: Healing

Granted Powers: Your touch staves off pain and death, and your healing magic is particularly vital and potent.

Rebuke Death (Sp): You can touch a living creature as a standard action, healing it for 1d4 points of damage plus 1 for every two cleric levels you possess. You can only use this ability on a creature that is below 0 hit points. You can use this ability a number of times per day equal to 3 + your Wisdom modifier.

Secrets of Life (Su): At 8th level, you can cast spells of the conjuration school as if your caster level were 1 higher than normal, and as if your Wisdom score were 2 higher than normal. At 16th level, you can cast such spells as if your caster level were 2 higher than normal, and as if your Wisdom score were 4 higher than normal. This ability is usable a number of times per
day equal to 1/2 your cleric level.

  1. Anticipate peril,
  2. Spear of purity,
  3. Cure Serious Wounds Cures 3d8 damage +1/level (max +15). 3rd daybreak arrow,
  4. Cure Critical Wounds Cures 4d8 damage +1/level (max +20). 4th reincarnate,
  5. Cure Light Wounds, Mass
  6. Mass Cure moderate wounds,
  7. Regenerate Subject’s severed limbs grow back, cures 4d8 damage +1/level (max +35). 7th mass cure serious wounds,
  8. Cure Critical Wounds, Mass Cures 4d8 damage +1/level (max +40) for many creatures. 8th mass cure critical wounds.
  9. Heal, Mass As heal, but with several subjects.

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