Aquatic Fey Bloodline

Type: Bloodline
Source: Dragon #335

Your ancestry contains an aquatic fey creature. The characteristics you display might depend in part on the kind of aquatic fey heritage you have.
Characters with aquatic fey bloodlines vary in appearance, but are almost always strikingly beautiful. Those descended from water nymphs typically have pointed ears, and non-elves often confuse them with elves. Descendants of sirines tend to be wistful, and - like their fey parent - often have a slight yellow or green tinge to their skin and silvery or light-green hair. Fossergrim-blooded characters are usually male, have light hair and striking blue eyes, and exude a rugged masculinity. Those descended from kelpies vary in appearance greatly but almost universally possess evil hearts filled with darkness. While not exactly fey, many believe selkies descended from fey creatures. Characters with selkie blood typically have light gray, blond, or deep red hair, and often have slightly webbed hands and feet.
Sorcerers with aquatic fey blood have a natural aptitude for casting enchantment spells (particularly those of the charm and mind-affecting descriptors), transmutation spells (as many aquatic fey are known for their ability to shapechange), and water spells.
Prerequisite: Ability to cast arcane spells without preparation, ability to summon a familiar.
Benefit: Your ancestry gives you a bonus spell known at each spell level, starting at 1st, from the following list.

Special: If a character takes this feat anytime after 1st level and has already learned any of the spells on this list in the class to which she applies this feat, she gains no additional spells known at those spell levels. This restriction does not apply if she learned any of these spells as a member of another spell-casting class.
Characters with this feat cannot learn or cast spells from the conjuration (creation) or conjuration (healing) subschools, and all such spells are removed from the spell lists of all their spellcasting classes.

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