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D&D Sunday morning quiz: Feats!

Written by Expy - Published on April 13, 2008

DNDSMQ 04-13-08

I have no clue how hard this quiz is. We all know a few feats very well but nobody – ok, almost no one – spends time reading the whole list of feats regularly. Maybe you’ll be stumped. Maybe you need to get a life. The quiz will tell you!

All questions and answers from the d20 SRD.

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This week’s quiz – Feats!

I’m a multi-classed human, 7th level fighter and 12th level wizard. How many feats do I have?


  • 11

  • 12

  • 13

  • 14

Which one of these feats is a metamagic feat?


  • Still Spell

  • Eschew Materials

  • Brew Potion

  • Combat Casting

Which one of these feats is a prerequisite of Rapid Shot?


  • Point Blank Shot

  • Rapid Reload

  • Many Shot

  • Lightning Reflexes

What does the Empower Spell feat do?


  • It doubles the damage of a spell .

  • It increases the damage of a spell by 50% .

  • It increases the damage of a spell by 25%.

  • It allows summoned creatures to take decisions and sign documents on spellcaster’s behalf.

An undead-phobic 6th level cleric with a CHA score of 16 takes the Extra Turning feat 3 times. How many times can the cleric turn undead everyday?


  • 18

  • 20

  • 22

  • 24

How frustrating is it to face a spiked-chain-wielding half-ogre with the Spring Attack and Combat Reflexes feats? (Note: I can’t take credit for this one. Check out the answers after you take the quiz)


  • Very frustrating.

  • I would throw dice at the DM.

  • I would leave that gaming group if it happened to me, partly because
    my character would die.

  • Sweet! That’s going to be my next character!

BONUS QUESTION #1 – Name the feat. "Each time you take this feat, choose a number of spells equal to your Intelligence modifier that you already know. From that point on, you can prepare these spells without referring to a spellbook." (not case-sensitive)

BONUS QUESTION #2 – Name the feat. " When running, you move five times your normal speed. […]" (not case-sensitive)

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTIONWhat’s the required caster level of each item creation feat?

  • Level

    Brew Potion
  • Level

    Craft Magic Arms And Armor
  • Level

    Craft Rod
  • Level

    Craft Staff
  • Level

    Craft Wand
  • Level

    Craft Wondrous Item
  • Level

    Forge Ring
  • Level

    Scribe Scroll

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  • It’s awesome.
  • It’s uber-awesome.
  • It’s red-dragon-awesome.


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28 Responses to “D&D Sunday morning quiz: Feats!”
  1. Jeff J. says:

    The feat breakdown on the Ftr7/Wiz12 is missing at least one feat: Scribe Scroll.

    This assumes you don’t count the various weapon and armor proficiency feats that are pseudo-given with taking classes. (7 feats for Ftr profs! 3x armor, 2x weapon, 2x shield)

    The correct answer is either 15 or 22. :)

  2. Reverend Mike says:

    Your score before profiling: 72 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 8
    YOUR SCORE: 80%

    Astounding! You passed! Do you even roleplay or you just fight monsters in your game?

    We’re not counting class features, just the feats and bonus feats that one gets to choose…

  3. Graham says:

    95%, before the random modifier. I missed the Wizard bonus feats.

    I’m somewhat disappointed that I only got 95. I never play Wizards, though.

    EDIT: Oh, and the Empower Spell question is only kinda right. It actually enhances the variable numeric effects of a spell by 50%. This is different than your answer in two ways.

    – If something, like Inflict Moderate, deals 2d8 +1 pre CL, only the 2d8 is empowered. Similarly, the Harm spell (10 per CL) has no effect when empowered, as 10 per CL isn’t a variable numeric effect (ie. doesn’t include a die roll)

    – If you have a spell that lasts for 2d4 rounds, that 2d4 rounds is increased by 50%, despite not being damage, because it’s a variable numeric effect.

  4. Chris says:

    I keep getting huge negative psychological profiling scores … are they really totally random? Or based of something of other? Because I’m getting kind of tired of getting 2/3s of the answers right, but a final score in the 10s – 20s =S

  5. Yax says:

    @Chris:
    Well, they’re random. It’ll swing your way someday.

    @Jeff & Graham:
    Gawd I hate being wrong. But you guys are right.

  6. PeacefulTyrant says:

    Looking up the answers as I went along on the quiz I realized that last night’s session had a major flaw in the combat… Oops. But, you learn something every day.

    My players will hate I realized my mistake.

    Thanks Yax,

    Peaceful

  7. Kishi says:

    Your score before profiling: 99 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: -8
    YOUR SCORE: 91%

    Almost perfect! Maybe it’s time to get a life?

    I’m simultaneously proud and embarrassed- I got everything except the level requirement for Craft Rod, I think.

  8. argokirby says:

    Your score before profiling: 72 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 2
    YOUR SCORE: 74%

    Astounding! You passed! Do you even roleplay or you just fight monsters in your game? That’s a silly question, it is a ROLL playing game isn’t it?

  9. Sandrinnad says:

    our score before profiling: 49 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 4
    YOUR SCORE: 53%

    You did alright. Tell your DM your party needs to kill more stuff.
    —————-
    seems about right on all counts :)

  10. Kili says:

    Your score before profiling: 95 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 2
    YOUR SCORE: 97%

    Almost perfect! Maybe it’s time to get a life?

    I also missed the Wizard bonus feats (I don’t play them).

    ;) Also, shouldn’t Jeff and Graham get the “Maybe it’s time to get a life?” line, they did point out what was wrong with two of the questions after all. ;)

  11. Yax says:

    @Kili: Extremely good point.

  12. Jamie says:

    “Your score before profiling: 91 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 10
    YOUR SCORE: 101%

    You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?”

    ————-

    I got everything easily until the Item Creation Feats. Stupid rods, wondrous items, and magic arms & armor!

  13. Joey says:

    Hmm… I need a life. Not news to me. And damn, I forgot the wizard feats in the first question

    Your score before profiling: 95 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 4
    YOUR SCORE: 99%

    Almost perfect! Maybe it’s time to get a life?

  14. Andrew says:

    Your score before profiling: 99 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 3
    YOUR SCORE: 102%

    You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?

    Hmm, I didn’t see anything I got wrong …

  15. Nathaniel says:

    Your score before profiling: 91 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: -15
    YOUR SCORE: 76%

    Astounding! You passed! Do you even roleplay or you just fight monsters in your game?

    Heh, I missed less of the item creation feats than I thought.

  16. Yax says:

    @andrew: Not all the answers are worth the same amount of points, even when all the answers are good.

  17. Cyberian says:

    heheheh, loved the Order of the stick question :-D anyone knows if that combo really works? i mean, as a DM i can think of a thousand ways to deal with a player using it, but still i mean rules-wise.

  18. Jason says:

    Your score before profiling: 103 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 18
    YOUR SCORE: 121%

    You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?

    Beating that combo is very easy. Sunder the chain. You win. You were looking for something more?
    How about Earth to Mud, then Mud to Rock, then Rock to Lava.

  19. marcolino says:

    “Your score before profiling: 103 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 3
    YOUR SCORE: 106%

    You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?”

    And I noticed the off-by-one answer for the first question, too. Wow, do I need to get another hobby or what? That is, in addition to this one.

  20. Stûnibu says:

    50% and im happy with that, means i still have a life bout know my stuff… ive good the books for a resion :P

  21. Chris says:

    I don’t DM past 2nd ed. Already knew I was a feat dunce =)

  22. Harry says:

    >Your score before profiling: 99 / 100
    >Your psychological profiling modifier: 7
    >YOUR SCORE: 106%
    >
    >You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?

    It seems I missed craft rod by 1 level, I put 8 instead og 9. Don’t ask me why.

    I feel like I’m beyond geeky.

  23. Kevin says:

    Wow! And here I was afraid my nerdness was getting rusty.

  24. John says:

    Your score before profiling: 64 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 18
    YOUR SCORE: 82%

    Astounding! You passed! Do you even roleplay or you just fight monsters in your game?

    and yes all we do is fight stuff, with some role playing…but usually i’m the level 5 soul knife/lvl 2 ranger and lvl 1 barbarian thri kreen…ugh

  25. Bakel says:

    The question about the level 7 fighter level 12 wizard is incorrect according to my calculations. the wizard also gets the bonus feat scribe scroll at level 1.

  26. VikingSamurai says:

    “Your score before profiling: 103 / 100
    Your psychological profiling modifier: 14
    YOUR SCORE: 117%

    You know everything about Dungeons & Dragons combat! Have you ever considered getting a life?”

    woo.

  27. kurt says:

    i think it was resonably hard im 25 and have bin playing d and d for 7 years i got 67%
    but it was good thou i was pissed i dent get spell mastery i play a lv 35 battel mage so err but i never use the feet lol

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