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Ceirt (Apple)

The spirit of the apple tree is represented by the ceirt ogham. Associated with travel and illumination, the spirit of the ceirt represents the ability to instantly travel from place to place and shedding the light of divinity to vanquish the darkness of ignorance. It is believed that the spirit of the ceirt may grant blessings of longevity or even immortality to those that it deems worthy.

Bonus Feat: Blessing of Ceirt or Nimble Moves

Spells: 1stpass without trace, 2ndaid, 3rddaylight, 4thdimension door, 5thtree stride, 6thword of recall, 7thwind walk, 8thsunburst, 9thworld wave

Light of Revelation (Su)

At 1st level, you may shed light in a 20 ft. radius and dim light an additional 10 ft. radius as a standard action that lasts for 1 minute per class level. Anyone within the area of light gains a +1 competence bonus to any Intelligence based skill checks or ability checks. This bonus increases by +1 at 5th level and every five levels thereafter (maximum of +5 at 20th level).

You may shed this light 3 + your Wisdom modifier times per day.

Apples of Agelessness (Su)

At 8th level, you are immune to spells, spell-like abilities, or supernatural powers that magically age you. Once a day you may take an apple (or other fruit you have at hand) and either consume it or give it to another as a standard action. Once consumed, the apple grants the effects of the lesser age resistance spell for 24 hours. Once you reach 12th level, the effect is identical to that of the age resistance spell. At 16th level, the apple grants the effects of the greater age resistance spell. The magic of the apple fades 24 hours after invoked or until you use this power again (whichever comes first).

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