Prerequisite: To learn or cast spells you must have a score in your primary casting ability, dependent on school, equal to at least 10 + your number of Magick Mastery feats. The total must be at least an 11 the first time you take the feat. The GM may impose other prerequisites as suitable for the campaign.
Benefit: The first time you take this feat you gain one of the eight schools of magick skills as a permanent class skill. Thereafter, each time you take this feat you choose to apply it to either the same skill or to add a new school skill as a permanent class skill. Thus a character could have Illusion Magick Mastery 3, Evocation Magick Mastery 2, and Abjuration Magick Mastery 1, with each of the respective skills being subjected to a maximum spell casting DC as indicated on the table below.
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