The spirit of the willow tree is represented by the ogham sail and associated with the moon and transformation.
The spirit of the sail represents change both in body and spirit as well as the rejuvenation of the soul under the pale moonlight. While she may droop and appear to weep during the day, it is believed that during the nights of the full moon she bore her grief in solemnity and was rewarded by renewed strength to carry on in her immortal function as bearer of such a burden.
Bonus Feat: Blessing of Sail or Blind-Fight.
Lunar Blessing (Su)
At 1st level, you infuse your own spirit with that of the sail ogham to gain a +2 insight bonus to attack rolls, damage rolls with melee, unarmed, and natural attacks, skill checks, and ability checks as a swift action until the beginning of your next turn. This bonus increases by +1 at 6th level and every six class levels thereafter (maximum of +5 at 18th level). You may use this power a total number of times per day equal to 3 + your Wisdom modifier.
Grief Eternal (Sp)
At 8th level, you exude an aura of extreme grief and remorse. Any living creature within 10 ft. of you suffers a -2 penalty to attack and damage rolls. You may create a charm made of willow to give to allies to avoid this effect.
Creatures with more hit dice than your class level are not affected. Those with an Intelligence of 3 or greater and at least as many hit dice as ½ your class level are allowed a saving throw each time they enter the aura to avoid its effects with a DC equal to 10 + ½ your class level + your Wisdom modifier. Those that successfully make their Will Save are not affected by your aura for 24 hours.
As a swift action, you may strengthen this aura to increase this penalty to -3 and extend the range to 30 ft. for a number of rounds equal to ½ your class level. You may extend the effect up to 3 + your Wisdom modifier times per day. Once you reach 14th level, the extended penalty increases to -4. At at 18th level, it increases to -5.
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