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'''Lineage Feats:'''
'''Lineage Feats:''' These feats represent an unusual bloodline in your character's family tree, such as an elf with a distant dwarven ancestor. Lineage feats can only be taken during character creation (in other words, at 1st level). Because of this, most characters can only have one lineage feat, although there is no restriction on taking multiple lineage feats if you somehow have more than one feat available to you at 1st level (if you're playing a human, for example). Unlike normal feats, lineage feats cannot be retrained — once selected, they are a permanent part of your character.
 
   
 
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