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Acolyte Power is a heroic tier, multiclass utility feat available to characters who already have a multiclass feat for any class, and are 8th level or above.

When a character gains the Acolyte Power feat, he or she can give up a leveled utility power from his or her primary class, and replace it with a utility power of the same level or lower from the multiclassed class. The character can't swap paragon path or epic destiny powers with Acolyte Power.

Each time the character gains a level, he or she can make a different swap, as if he or she lost the multiclassed power, regained the primary class power, then again may swap any leveled primary class utility power for one of the same or lower level from the multiclass.

If a character retrains out of Acolyte Power, he or she loses the power gained from Acolyte Power, and gains a primary class power of the same level.[PH:209]

See also

  • the Novice Power feat for swapping an encounter attack power in the same way
  • the Adept Power feat for swapping a daily attack power in the same way
  • paragon multiclassing for characters who gain a multiclass encounter, multiclass utility, and a multiclass daily feat