Often a half-elf’s ties to nature and elven heritage are so strong that they can dramatically affect the nature of his summonings. The wild caller calls eidolons that take more natural and savage forms and summons from nature rather than the Great Beyond.
A wild caller has the following class features:
This ability alters the normal spell list of the summoner.
The eidolon of a wild caller tends to take more natural and more savage forms than other summoners’ eidolons. A wild caller gains 1/4 his class level as bonus evolution points in his eidolon’s evolution pool, but his eidolon cannot take the following evolutions:
- 1-point evolutions: basic magic, magic attacks, skilled (while the eidolon can select this evolution, it can only do so with the following skills: Acrobatics, Climb, Escape Artist, Fly, Intimidate, Perception, Survival, and Swim), unnatural aura;
- 2-point evolutions: channel resistance, energy attacks, head, immunity, minor magic, undead appearance, weapon training;
- 3-point evolutions: damage reduction, frightful presence, major magic;
- 4-point evolutions: breath weapon, dimension door, incorporeal form, lifesense, no breath, spell resistance.
At 3rd level and every 2 levels thereafter, the power of this ability increases by one spell level, allowing him to summon more powerful creatures (to a maximum of summon nature’s ally IX at 17th level). Furthermore, at 19th level, the wild caller cannot use gate as a spell-like ability, but can use either summon elder worm or summon froghemoth instead.