What I was just thinking was that there are some circumstances when a character might become "unfetted by a physical body" without dying. So I thought it might be interesting to consider if it would be appropriate to have some or all of the ghost powers work for an incorporeal (living) character.Chapter 1: All About Ghosts: Feats wrote:Feats with the [Ghost] descriptor can only be used by ghosts unfetted by a physical body. A living creature can select ghost feats, but cannot use them unless a ghost. Ghost feats selected while the character was a ghost carry over to when the character is living, but cannot be used until the character is a ghost again. Magical abilities granted by ghost feats are often called ghost powers.
Ghost feats also have a ghost power path descriptor, such as [Corrupter] or [Haunt]. These categories do not limit feat selection in any way, but simply identiry which path a feat belongs to.
Unless otherwise stated, ghosts feats are supernatural abilities.
I think this could...and probably should work for characters using the Astral Projection spell.
Can anyone think of anything else that removes PCs from their own bodies?