A god of magic, study, knowledge, lore, and wisdom. Tak is represented by a gem-encrusted, gold-adorned skull. This symbol is a representation of the deity’s final form in his mortal life, in which he was born an eladrin and enacted the ritual by which he became a lich. Over centuries of study, Tak’s power over the arcane grew and he developed a ritual by which he became a demilich, one of the most truly horrific beings of magic known. Such was his power that he rivaled the goddess Lemac, an old deity of magic whom Tak eventually usurped. Tak is mainly worshipped by wizards, but is also worshiped by the occasional warlock or swordmage.
Knowledge is power. Power corrupts those without knowledge and those with knowledge who allow it.
Seek lore and strive to understand all that comes before you.
Be mindful of those who have power and don’t understand it.

Tak’s Poise [Divinity]

Heroic Tier
Channel Divinity class feature, must worship Tak
Benefit: You can invoke the power of your deity to use Tak’s poise.

Tak’s Poise

Tak grants strength of will to those he favors.
Encounter Divine
Minor Action Ranged
Target: You or one ally
Effect: The target gains a +5 power bonus to Will defense until the start of your next turn.
Special: You must take the Tak’s Poise feat to use this power.
Prerequisite: Channel Divinity, Tak’s Poise feat

This feat was first published in the Player’s Handbook as Ioun’s Poise. It has been altered for use in this Campaign Setting. All rights reserved to Wizards of the Coast.


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