You might have been a soldier in an army, a self-sacrificing lover, or a hero who rushed in where even angels feared to tread. You died because you valued someone else’s life above your own.
Note Origin feats are duskwalker racial feats that grant additional powers based on the duskwalker’s original cause of death. Generally, a duskwalker can qualify for only a single origin feat, but at the GM’s discretion, a duskwalker whose death matches multiple origin feats may be allowed to take more than one.
Benefit(s): Twice per day, when an ally within 30 feet would die as a result of an attack or failing a saving throw, as an immediate action you can redirect the damage and effects to yourself. This functions as paladin’s sacrifice. At 11th level, you can use this feat two additional times per day.
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