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Prerequisite(s): Rhydan ancestry

You can take your action to magically assume a humanoid form. This form is the same size as your beast form, or small, if your beast form is smaller than that. You retain your ability scores, Hit Dice, and hit points in humanoid form but lose any other traits of your beast form. You always assume the same humanoid form, which typically appears human, although some aquatic rhydan have humanoid forms like sea-folk, and others have forms more like vata or even night people. Regardless of appearance, you do not gain any of the ancestral traits of those humanoids. Rhydan humanoid forms often have minor “tells” or traits that reflect their beast forms like unusual hair, eye, or skin colors, vestigial horns, tails, or wings, and so forth.

You can remain in humanoid form for a number of hours equal to half your level. You then revert to your normal form unless you expend another use of this feat.

You can revert to your normal form earlier using a bonus action on your turn. You automatically revert if you fall unconscious, drop to 0 hit points, or die. You can use this ability twice, then must complete a long rest before using it again.

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