Manifesting Time: 1 minute
After meditating for one minute, you tap into the Collective Conscious to gain knowledge of some event that will occur within the next eight hours. Once within that 8-hour period, you can use your reaction to get a sense of déjà vu and trigger the power’s effect.
After you trigger the power, you can’t benefit from it again until you finish a long rest.
When a particular common item you could reasonably have obtained between manifesting the power and triggering it is desired, you can produce that item as if you had it in your possession the entire time. If the object has a cost, you must pay that cost when you trigger this power.
1. When you take damage from a trap or triggered effect, including from reactions by creatures, you can reduce the damage by 1d10.
Empower. For every 2 additional power points you spend, the amount of damage you reduce increases by 1d10.
3. When a trap is triggered within 30 feet of you, you can move up to 30 feet and disable the device, render it ineffective, or avoid it. The trap must be able to be thwarted through physical means, such as ramming a rod in a gear or turning the trap so it fires in the wrong direction. You don’t need to make an ability check.
Alternately, if a creature within 10 feet of you fails on a Dexterity saving throw, you can cause that creature to succeed instead. You suffer no ill effect for doing so.
5. When the damage from an attack roll or saving throw reduces you to 0 hit points, you can make that attack roll miss or succeed on that saving throw. You take no damage when you use the power to succeed on a saving throw.
7. When a particular object is desired, you can produce a fabrication of it comprised of material from the Dreamscape. The object is physically identical to the desired object, but has no magical or psionic properties, nor does it have any value. It will last for 1 hour, after which time it dissipates.
9. When you encounter a question or puzzle requiring a simple action to solve, such as throwing a particular lever to disarm a trap or reveal a hidden passage, you know the right answer. If the puzzle or question is more involved, you know the solution to one part of it and have advantage on ability checks to solve the remainder of it.
11. At the start of your turn during any scene, you can trigger déjà vu. While you have déjà vu you are aware of how events will play out over the next minute. Once each round within this minute, when a creature you can see makes an attack roll, ability check, or saving throw, you can have it reroll the d20 and choose which roll to keep.
13. When a creature starts its turn or takes an action or reaction, you can manifest or cast a power or spell you know or have imprinted or prepared requiring an action as a reaction.