Úr (Heather)

The spirit of the heather is represented by the úr ogham.

Associated with transformation, the spirit of úr represents the ability to take on the aspects of others, particularly in releasing the more bestial aspects of nature. The heather is also believed to strengthen bonds of attraction and romance and grant blessings to lovers that become bound to the spirit of úr. Given the fact that heather is a prime ingredient for mead, it is no surprise that the spirit of úr is associated with the release of inhibitions and taking on the primal forces of nature.

Bonus Feat: Blessing of Úr or Acrobatic

Spells: 1stanimal aspect, 2ndgreater animal aspect, 3rdbeast shape I, 4thbeast shape II, 5thbeast shape III, 6thbeast shape IV, 7thsymbol of persuasion, 8theuphoric tranquility, 9thshapechange

Brush of Passion (Su)

At 1st level, by creating a small brush composed of heather you may use it as a standard action to fascinate a single individual. The target must be within 30 ft. of you and be able to see you. It is allowed a Will saving throw or become fascinated. You may spend a move action to maintain this effect and you may use this power a total number of rounds per day equal to your class level plus your Wisdom modifier. Once an individual makes a successful saving throw against this effect, it is immune to any further attempts on your part to use this power on them again for 24 hours. This is a mind-affecting effect.

Broom of Clearing (Sp)

At 8th level, you may use a twig of heather to brush a 5-foot area as a standard action. This allows you to disable a non-magical trap within that area or temporarily suspend a magical trap in that area for a number of rounds equal to your class level. You must be aware of the trap, and if the trap is larger than the 5-foot area, this power has no effect.

You may use this power 3 + your Wisdom modifier times per day.

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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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