Gort (Ivy)

The spirit of the ivy is represented by the gort ogham.

Associated with determination and protection, the spirit of gort represents the ability to persevere regardless of the opposition with a steadfast tenacity. Gort also represents spiritual and emotional connections and the ability to hold to true friendship beyond any that would seek to surmount it. The ivy captures the spirit of gort’s ability to traverse in nearly any condition and cover ground and grows in a spiraling pattern upon trunks of host trees as a sign of the pulsing life force of the earth itself.

Bonus Feat: Blessing of Gort or Extend Spell

Spells: 1stbless, 2ndaid, 3rdprayer, 4thblessing of fervor, 5thstoneskin, 6thgreater dispel magic, 7thwind walk, 8thmass cure serious wounds, 9thmass heal

Blessing of the Reveler (Ex)

At 1st level, you gain a +1 resistance bonus to Fortitude saving throws versus ingested poisons. This bonus increases by +1 every five levels thereafter. You may consume a number of alcoholic beverages equal to ½ your class level (minimum of 1) plus twice your Constitution modifier before you become sickened for drinking in excess. Even if you drink yourself to the point of becoming sickened, you only retain that condition for one hour regardless of the number of drinks you consumed. You cannot become addicted to alcohol regardless of how much you drink.

Cooperative Tenacity (Su)

At 8th level, you may shed an aura of supernatural confidence that affects allies within 10 ft. as well as yourself as an immediate action that lasts for a number of rounds equal to ½ your class level. The aura grants a +2 competence bonus to attacks, damage, and saving throws.

This bonus increases by +1 at class levels 12th, 16th, and 20th level. You may use this power 3 + your Wisdom modifier times per day. This is a mind-affecting effect.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

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.

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