The spirit of the oak tree is represented by the dúir ogham and is associated with longevity and health. Considered majestic and the bearer of summer, the spirit of the dúir represents the wisdom, honor, and life, enduring nearly any type of strife and providing stability to those around it. The mighty Oak is also considered the king of the wood and the spirit of the dúir is thought to grant a supernatural sense of confidence and defiance in the face of utter hopelessness.
Bonus Feat: Blessing of the Dúir or Endurance.
Spells: 1st—peace bond, 2nd—endure elements (communal), 3rd—thorny entanglement, 4th—protection from energy (communal), 5th—commune with nature, 6th—sirocco, 7th—siege of trees, 8th—sunburst, 9th—wooden phalanx
At 1st level, you may root yourself to any sort of solid ground as an immediate action until the beginning of your next turn. While rooted, you gain a circumstance bonus to your CMD or saving throws regarding attacks that attempt to move you, trip you, or otherwise knock you down or away. This bonus is equal to +3 with an additional +1 bonus at 4th level and every four class levels thereafter (maximum of +8 at 20th level). You may use this power as often as desired, but your movement is slowed to half your normal movement rate for one turn after you initiate this power.
At 8th level, whenever you suffer energy damage that would reduce you to 0 or less hit points, you may spend an immediate action to withstand the damage and instead be reduced to just 1 hit point. You may use this power 3 + your Wisdom modifier times per day.
Advancing with Class: The Druid © 2018, The Knotty-Works; Authors: Aaron Hollingsworth, John Buckley, Artists: Brett Neufeld, Forrest Imel, Jacob E. Blackmon, Liz Courts, Matthew Richmond, and Rick Hershey.