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Appraise Magic ValueEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 103) 

[General

Your ability to determine an item's worth and your knowledge of magic allow you to determine the exact properties of a magic item without the use of the identify spell or similar magic.

PrerequisiteEdit

Appraise 5 ranks, Knowledge (arcana) 5 ranks, Spellcraft 5 ranks,

BenefitEdit

If you know that an item is magical, you can use the Appraise skill to identify the item's properties. This use of the Appraise skill requires 8 hours of uninterrupted work and consumes 25 gp worth of special materials. The DC of the Appraise check is 10 + the caster level of the item.

Ascetic HunterEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 105) 

[General

You have gone beyond the bounds of your monastic training to incorporate new modes of bringing the unlawful to justice. Although many of your fellow monks frown on your methods, none can doubt that your diverse training has added to your ability to strike precisely and bring down your foes quickly.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , favored enemy,

BenefitEdit

When you use an unarmed strike to deliver a stunning attack against a favored enemy, you can add one-half your favored enemy bonus on damage rolls to the DC of your stunning attempt. If you have levels in ranger and monk, those levels stack for the purpose of determining your unarmed strike damage. For example, a human 7th-level ranger/1stlevel monk would deal 1d10 points of damage with her unarmed strike. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the monk and ranger classes. You must still remain lawful in order to retain your monk abilities and take monk levels. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Ascetic KnightEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 105) 

[General

You belong to a special order of religious monks that teaches its adherents that self-enlightenment and honorable service grow from the same well of purity. As a student of this philosophy, you have blended your training as a paladin and as a monk into one seamless whole.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , ability to smite evil,

BenefitEdit

Your paladin and monk levels stack for the purpose of determining your unarmed strike damage. For example, a human 3rd-level paladin/1st-level monk would deal 1d8 points of damage with her unarmed strike. Your paladin and monk levels also stack when determining the extra damage dealt by your smite evil ability. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the paladin and monk classes. You must still remain lawful good in order to retain your paladin abilities and take paladin levels, and you must remain lawful in order to continue advancing as a monk. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Ascetic MageEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 105) 

[General

You practice an unusual martial art that mixes self-taught spellcasting and melee attacks to great effect.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , ability to spontaneously cast 2nd-level arcane spells,

BenefitEdit

As a swift action that doesn't provoke attacks of opportunity, you can sacrifice one of your daily allotment of spells to add a bonus to your unarmed strike attack rolls and damage rolls for 1 round. The bonus is equal to the level of the spell sacrificed. The spell is lost as if you had cast it. If you have levels in sorcerer and monk, those levels stack for the purpose of determining your AC bonus. For example, a human 4th-level sorcerer/1st-level monk would have a +1 bonus to AC as if she were a 5th-level monk. If you would normally be allowed to add your Wisdom bonus to AC (such as for a unarmored, unencumbered monk), you instead add your Charisma bonus (if any) to your AC. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the sorcerer and monk classes. You must still remain lawful in order to continue advancing as a monk. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Ascetic RogueEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You have gone beyond the bounds of your monastic training to incorporate new modes of stealthy combat. Although your fellow monks may frown on your methods, none can doubt that your diverse training has improved your ability to strike precisely and bring down your foes quickly.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , sneak attack,

BenefitEdit

When you use an unarmed strike with a sneak attack to deliver a stunning attack, you add 2 to the DC of your stunning attempt. If you have levels in rogue and monk, those levels stack for the purpose of determining your unarmed strike damage. For example, a human 5th-level rogue/1st-level monk would deal 1d8 points of damage with her unarmed strike. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the monk and rogue classes. You must still remain lawful in order to retain your monk abilities and take monk levels. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Augmented AlchemyEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 191) 

[Epic

You can create alchemical items and substances that are much more powerful than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Craft (alchemy) 24 ranks, INT 21,

BenefitEdit

Whenever creating an alchemical item or substance (not including poisons), you can choose to make it more powerful than normal by adding 20 to the DC required to create it and multiplying its price by 5.

An augmented alchemical item or substance deals double normal damage (if it deals damage), has twice the normal duration (if it has a duration), adds 2 to the save DC (if it has a save DC), and affects an area twice as wide as normal (if it has an area). If the item or substance doesn't fit any of these categories, then it cannot be affected by this feat.

For example, an augmented flask of alchemist's fire deals 2d6 points of damage (or 2 points of splash damage to all targets within 10 feet) and burns for 2 additional rounds after striking the target (rather than 1). The save DC to extinguish the flames is 17.

BlindsenseEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 114) 

[Wild

You can sense creatures that you cannot see.

PrerequisiteEdit

Listen 4 ranks, Wild shape class feature,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one daily use of wild shape to gain blindsense for 1 minute per Hit Die, enabling you to pinpoint the location of a creature within 30 feet if you have line of effect to that creature (see page 306 of the Monster Manual). You retain this benefit regardless of what form you are in.

BrachiationEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You can swing through trees like a monkey.

PrerequisiteEdit

Climb 4 ranks, Jump 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can move through wooded areas at your base land speed, ignoring any effects on movement due to terrain. You must be at least 20 feet from the ground to use this ability. This ability works only in medium and dense forests (see page 87 of the Dungeon Master's Guide)

Brutal ThrowEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You have learned how to hurl weapons to deadly effect.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Power Throw (CAd) ,

BenefitEdit

You can add your Strength modifier (instead of your Dexterity modifier) to attack rolls with thrown weapons.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Brutal Throw as one of his fighter bonus feats.

NormalEdit

A character attacking with a ranged weapon adds his Dexterity modifier to the attack roll.

Chant of FortitudeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 113) 

[Bardic

You can channel the power of your bardic music to sustain your allies, allowing them to function even after receiving wounds that would cause others to falter.

PrerequisiteEdit

Concentration 9 ranks, Perform 9 ranks, Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one daily use of your bardic music ability as an immediate action to provide all allies (including yourself) the benefit of the Diehard feat (see page 93 of the Player's Handbook) until the end of your next turn. You can use this feat multiple times consecutively to keep yourself and your allies conscious. Even while this feat is active, you or your allies die if reduced to -10 hit points or lower. This feat does not function in an area of magical silence.

Climb like an ApeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 114) 

[Wild

You can improve your climbing ability.

PrerequisiteEdit

Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one daily use of wild shape to gain a climb speed equal to your base land speed for 10 minutes per Hit Die. This feat also grants you a +8 racial bonus on Climb checks and allows you to take 10 on Climb checks, even if rushed or threatened.

Combat IntuitionEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

Your keen understanding of your opponent's moves and your instinctive feel for the flow of combat enable you to shrewdly assess your opponent's combat capabilities.

PrerequisiteEdit

Sense Motive 4 ranks, base attack bonus +5,

BenefitEdit

As a free action, you can use Sense Motive to assess the challenge presented by a single opponent in relationship to your own level/Hit Dice (see the assess opponent option under the Sense Motive skill, page 102). You gain a +4 bonus on such checks and narrow the result to a single category. In addition, whenever you make a melee attack against a creature that you made a melee attack against during the previous round, you gain a +1 insight bonus on your melee attack rolls against that creature.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Combat Intuition as one of his fighter bonus feats.

Cougar's VisionEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 114) 

[Wild

You can see in the dark like a cat.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spot 2 ranks, Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one daily use of wild shape to gain low-light vision for 1 hour per Hit Die. In addition, you gain a +4 bonus on all Spot checks. You retain these benefits regardless of what form you are in.

Danger SenseEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You are one twitchy individual.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Initiative (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

Once per day, you can reroll an initiative check you have just made. You use the better of your two rolls. You must decide to reroll before the round starts.

Death BlowEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You waste no time in dealing with downed foes.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Initiative (PH) , base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

You can perform a coup de grace attack against a helpless defender as a standard action. Doing this still provokes attacks of opportunity as normal.

NormalEdit

Performing a coup de grace is a full-round action.

Deft OpportunistEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You are prepared for the unexpected.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , DEX 15,

BenefitEdit

You get a +4 bonus on attack rolls when making attacks of opportunity.

Deft StrikeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 106) 

[General

You can place attacks at weak points in your opponent's defenses.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , Spot 10 ranks, INT 13, sneak attack,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, you can attempt to find a weak point in a visible target's armor. This requires a Spot check against a DC equal to your target's Armor Class. If you succeed, your next attack against that target (which must be made no later than your next turn) ignores the target's armor bonus and natural armor bonus to AC (including any enhancement bonuses to armor or natural armor). Other AC bonuses still apply normally. If you use a ranged weapon to deliver the attack, your opponent must be within 30 feet of you in order for you to benefit from this feat.

Devoted InquisitorEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 107) 

[General

Your faithful service to your patron deity involves training and methods that many paladins consider questionable. By using the unconventional methods of rogues and assassins, you have learned to deliver devastating sneak attacks against evil foes.

PrerequisiteEdit

Smite evil, sneak attack,

BenefitEdit

When you successfully use your sneak attack ability and your smite evil ability against the same foe in a single attack, you can potentially daze your foe. An opponent affected by both abilities must make a Will saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier) or be dazed for 1 round. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the paladin and rogue classes. You must still remain lawful good in order to retain your paladin abilities and take paladin levels. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Devoted PerformerEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 107) 

[General

You have foregone the pursuit of frivolous musical talents, instead entering religious training in service of honor and justice.

PrerequisiteEdit

Bardic music, smite evil.,

BenefitEdit

If you have levels in paladin and bard, those levels stack for the purpose of determining the bonus damage dealt by your smite evil ability and determining the number of times per day that you can use your bardic music. This feat does not allow additional daily uses of smite evil or bardic music abilities beyond what your class levels would normally allow. In addition, you can multiclass freely between the paladin and bard classes and may even gain additional bard levels regardless of your lawful alignment. You must still remain lawful good in order to retain your paladin abilities and take paladin levels. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Devoted TrackerEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 108) 

[General

You have found a balance between your woodland training and your devotion to religious training, blending these two aspects into one seamless whole.

PrerequisiteEdit

Track (PH) , smite evil, wild empathy,

BenefitEdit

If you have levels in paladin and ranger, those levels stack for the purposes of determining the extra damage dealt by your smite evil ability and determining the bonus for your wild empathy class feature. This feat does not allow additional daily uses of smite evil.

If you have both the special mount and animal companion class features, you can designate your special mount as your animal companion. The mount gains all the benefits of being both your special mount and your animal companion. For instance, a 5th-level paladin/6th-level ranger's special mount would have 4 bonus Hit Dice, a +6 natural armor adjustment, +2 Strength, +1 Dexterity, two bonus tricks, and Intelligence 6, as well as the empathic link, improved evasion, share spells, share saving throws, and link special abilities.

In addition, you can multiclass freely between the paladin and ranger classes. You must still remain lawful good in order to retain your paladin abilities and take paladin levels. You still face the normal XP penalties for having multiple classes more than one level apart.

Disguise SpellEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 108) 

[General

You can cast spells without observers noticing.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform (any) 9 ranks, bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can cast spells unobtrusively, mingling verbal and somatic components into your performances. To disguise a spell, make a Perform check as part of the action used to cast the spell. Onlookers must match or exceed your check result with a Spot check to detect that you're casting a spell (your performance is obvious to everyone in the vicinity, but the fact that you are casting a spell isn't). Unless the spell visibly emanates from you, or observers have some other means of determining its source, they don't know where the effect came from. A disguised spell can't be identified with a Spellcraft check, even by someone who realizes you're casting a spell. The act of casting still provokes attacks of opportunity as normal.

Dive For CoverEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 108) 

[General

You can dive behind cover or drop to the ground quickly enough to avoid many area effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base Reflex save bonus +4,

BenefitEdit

If you fail a Reflex saving throw, you can immediately attempt the saving throw again. You must take the second result, whether it succeeds or fails. You become prone immediately after attempting the second roll.

Dual StrikeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 108) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are an expert skirmisher skilled at fighting with two weapons. Your extensive training with two weapons allows you to attack with both while moving through a chaotic combat or fighting a running battle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, you can make a melee attack with your primary weapon and your off-hand weapon. Both attacks use the same attack roll to determine success, using the worse of the two weapons' attack modifiers. If you are using a one-handed or light weapon in your primary hand and a light weapon in your off hand, you take a -4 penalty on this attack roll; otherwise you take a -10 penalty. Each weapon deals its normal damage. Damage reduction and other resistances apply separately against each weapon attack.

SpecialEdit

When you make this attack, you apply precision- based damage (such as from sneak attack) only once. If you score a critical hit, only the weapon in your primary hand deals extra critical hit damage; your offhand weapon deals regular damage. A fighter may select Dual Strike as one of his fighter bonus feats.

Epic DodgeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 191) 

[Epic

You are able to evade attacks with exceptional agility.

PrerequisiteEdit

DEX 25, 30 ranks, defensive roll, improved evasion, Tumble Dodge,

BenefitEdit

Once per round, when struck by an attack from an opponent you have designated as the target of your Dodge feat, you automatically avoid all damage from the attack.

 

Epic Improved SkirmishEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

Your combat mobility improves.

PrerequisiteEdit

Skirmish +4d6/+4 AC,

BenefitEdit

If the bonus to AC granted when you use your skirmish ability is equal to or higher than the number of dice of extra damage granted by your skirmish ability, your extra damage on skirmish attacks increases by 1d6. If the bonus to AC granted by your skirmish ability is less than the number of dice of extra damage granted by your skirmish ability, the bonus to AC when skirmishing increases by 1 instead.

SpecialEdit

This feat may be taken multiple times. Its effects stack.

Errata: This feat was originally called Improved Skirmish

Epic ReputationEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 191) 

[Epic

Your reputation provides great bonuses on interactions with others.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You gain a +4 bonus on Bluff, Diplomacy, Gather Information, Intimidate, and Perform checks.

Epic Skill FocusEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 191) 

[Epic


Choose a skill, such as Move Silently. You have a legendary knack with that skill.

PrerequisiteEdit

20 ranks in the skill selected,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +10 bonus on all skill checks with the selected skill. SPECIAL: You can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects do not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a different skill.

SpecialEdit

This feat counts as Skill Focus for the purpose of qualifying for other feats, prestige classes, and the like.

Expert TacticianEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[General

Your tactical skills work to your advantage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , DEX 13, base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

If you hit a creature with an attack of opportunity, you and all your allies gain a +2 circumstance bonus on melee attack rolls and damage rolls against that creature for 1 round.

Extra MusicEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[General

You can use your bardic music more often than you otherwise could.

PrerequisiteEdit

Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can use your bardic music four extra times per day.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects stack.

NormalEdit

Bards without the Extra Music feat can use bardic music once per day per bard level.

Extraordinary ConcentrationEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[General

Your mind is so focused that you can cast spells even while concentrating on another spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Concentration 15 ranks,

BenefitEdit

When concentrating to maintain a spell, you can make a Concentration check (DC 25 + spell level) to maintain concentration with just a move action. If you beat the DC by 10 or more, you can maintain concentration on the spell as a swift action (see Swift Actions and Immediate Actions, page 137). Using this ability is a free action, but if you fail the Concentration check, you lose concentration on the maintained spell and its effect ends. This feat does not give you the ability to maintain concentration on more than one spell at a time.

NormalEdit

Concentrating on a spell is a standard action.

Extraordinary Spell AimEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[General

You can shape a spell's area to exclude one creature from its effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spellcraft 15 ranks,

BenefitEdit

Whenever you cast a spell with an area, you can attempt to shape the spell's area so that one creature within the area is unaffected by the spell. To accomplish this, you must succeed on a Spellcraft check (DC 25 + spell level). Casting a spell affected by the Extraordinary Spell Aim feat requires a full-round action unless the spell's normal casting time is longer, in which case the casting time is unchanged.

Force of PersonalityEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[General

You have cultivated an unshakable belief in your self-worth. Your sense of self and purpose are so strong that they bolster your willpower.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 13,

BenefitEdit

You add your Charisma modifier (instead of your Wisdom modifier) to Will saves against mind-affecting spells and abilities.

GoadEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 109) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are skilled at inducing opponents to attack you.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 13, base attack bonus +1,

BenefitEdit

As a move action, you can goad an opponent that threatens you, has line of sight to you, can hear you, and has an Intelligence of 3 or higher. (The goad is a mind-affecting ability.) When the goaded opponent starts its next turn, if it threatens you and has line of sight to you, it must make a Will saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier). If the opponent fails its save, you are the only creature it can make melee attacks against during this turn. (If it kills you, knocks you unconscious, loses sight of you, or otherwise is unable to make melee attacks against you, it may make any remaining melee attacks against other foes, as normal.) A goaded creature can still cast spells, make ranged attacks, move, or perform other actions normally. The use of this feat restricts only melee attacks.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Goad as one of his fighter bonus feats.

Green EarEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

Your bardic music can affect plant creatures.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform (any) 10 ranks, bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can alter any of your mind-affecting bardic music abilities (or similar Perform-based abilities from other classes) so that they influence only plant creatures instead of other creatures. However, plants receive a +5 bonus on Will saves against any of these effects.

NormalEdit

Plants are normally immune to all mindaffecting spells and abilities.

Group InspirationEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

Your bardic powers can inspire more allies than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform 30 ranks, bardic music,

BenefitEdit

The number of allies you can affect with your inspire competence, inspire greatness, or inspire heroics ability doubles. When inspiring competence in multiple allies, you can choose different skills to inspire for different allies.

Hawk's VisionEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 114) 

[Wild

You can improve your visual acuity.

PrerequisiteEdit

Spot 4 ranks, Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one of your daily uses of wild shape to gain a +8 bonus on your Spot checks for 1 hour per Hit Die. While this benefit is in effect, you take only half the normal penalty for range increment (-1 on ranged attacks per range increment instead of -2), and you take a -1 penalty on Spot checks per 20 feet of distance (rather than per 10 feet). You retain these benefits regardless of what form you are in.

Hear The UnseenEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

Your sense of hearing is so acute that you can partially pinpoint an opponent's location by sound, allowing you to strike even if the opponent is concealed or displaced.

PrerequisiteEdit

Blind-Fight (PH) , Listen 5 ranks,

BenefitEdit

As a move action that does not provoke attacks of opportunity, you can attempt a DC 25 Listen check. If successful, you can pinpoint the location of all foes within 30 feet, as long as you have line of effect to them. This benefit does not eliminate the normal miss chance for fighting foes with concealment, but it ensures that you can target the correct square with your attacks. If you are deafened or within an area of silence, you can't use this feat. If an invisible or hidden opponent is attempting to move silently, your Listen check is opposed by your opponent's Move Silently check, but your opponent gains a +15 bonus on this check. This feat does not work against perfectly silent opponents, such as incorporeal creatures.

Improved DiversionEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can create a diversion to hide quickly and with less effort.

PrerequisiteEdit

Bluff 4 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can use Bluff to create a diversion to hide (see page 68 of the Player's Handbook) as a move action. You gain a +4 bonus on Bluff checks made for this purpose.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Improved Diversion as one of his fighter bonus feats.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, creating a diversion to hide using the Bluff skill requires a standard action.

Improved FlightEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

You gain greater maneuverability when flying than you would normally have.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to fly (naturally, magically, or through shapechanging),

BenefitEdit

Your maneuverability class while flying improves by one step--clumsy to poor, poor to average, average to good, or good to perfect.

Improved Sudden StrikeEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

Your ability to strike unaware foes improves.

PrerequisiteEdit

Sudden strike +8d6,

BenefitEdit

Add 1d6 to your sudden strike damage.

SpecialEdit

This feat may be taken multiple times. Its effects stack.

Improved SwimmingEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

You can swim faster than you normally could.

PrerequisiteEdit

Swim 6 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can swim half your speed as a move action or your speed as a full-round action.

NormalEdit

You swim at one-quarter your speed as a move action or at half your speed as a full-round action.

Insightful ReflexesEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General


Your keen intellect allows you an uncanny knack for evading dangerous effects.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You add your Intelligence modifier (instead of your Dexterity modifier) to Reflex saves.

Ironskin ChantEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 113) 

[Bardic

You can channel the power of your bardic music to enable yourself to ignore minor injuries.

PrerequisiteEdit

Concentration 12 ranks, Perform 12 ranks, Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

As a swift action that does not provoke attacks of opportunity, you can expend one daily use of your bardic music ability to provide damage reduction of 5/-- to yourself or to one ally within 30 feet who can hear you until the start of your next turn. This feat does not function in an area of magical silence.

Jack of All TradesEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

You have picked up a smattering of even the most obscure skills.

PrerequisiteEdit

INT 13,

BenefitEdit

You can use any skill as if you had 1/2 rank in that skill. This benefit allows you to attempt checks with skills that normally don't allow untrained skill checks (such as Decipher Script and Knowledge). If a skill doesn't allow skill checks (such as Speak Language), this feat has no effect.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you can't attempt some skill checks (Decipher Script, Disable Device, Handle Animal, Knowledge, Open Lock, Profession, Sleight of Hand, Speak Language, Spellcraft, Tumble, and Use Magic Device) unless you have ranks in the skill.

Leap AttackEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 110) 

[General

You can combine a powerful charge and a mighty leap into one devastating attack.

PrerequisiteEdit

Power Attack (PH) , Jump 8 ranks,

BenefitEdit

If you cover at least 10 feet of horizontal distance with your jump, and you end your jump in a square from which you threaten your target, you deal +100% the normal bonus damage from your use of the Power Attack feat. This attack must follow all the normal rules for using the Jump skill and for making a charge, except that you ignore rough terrain in any squares you jump over.

Legendary AcrobatEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can balance and tumble much more easily than a normal person.

PrerequisiteEdit

Balance 24 ranks, Tumble 24 ranks, DEX 21,

BenefitEdit

You can ignore any check penalties applied for accelerated movement while balancing (see page 67 of the Player's Handbook), for accelerated tumbling (see page 84 of the Player's Handbook), or for running while balancing on a narrow surface or while tumbling (see pages 97 and 103 in this book).

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you take a -5 penalty on Balance checks and a -10 penalty on Tumble checks when attempting to move your full speed as a move action, or a -20 penalty on Balance or Tumble checks when attempting to run while balancing on a narrow surface or while tumbling.

Legendary ClimberEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can climb rapidly much more easily than a normal person.

PrerequisiteEdit

Balance 12 ranks, Climb 24 ranks, DEX 21,

BenefitEdit

You can ignore any check penalties applied for accelerated climbing (see page 69 of the Player's Handbook), rapid climbing, or combat climbing (see page 97).

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you take a -5 penalty on Climb checks when attempting to climb half your speed as a move action, or a -20 penalty when attempting to climb your speed as a move action or to retain your Dex bonus to AC when climbing.

Legendary LeaperEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can cover great distances with only a brief start.

PrerequisiteEdit

Jump 24 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You need only move 5 feet in a straight line to make a running jump.

Legendary TrackerEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[Epic

You can track prey across or through the water, or even through the air.

PrerequisiteEdit

Track (PH) , Knowledge (nature) 30 ranks, Survival 30 ranks, WIS 25,

BenefitEdit

You can track creatures across water, underwater, or through the air by the minute disturbances they make and traces of their passage. This benefit adds the surfaces of water, underwater, and air to the list of surfaces found under the Track feat in the Player's Handbook: Surface DC. Water -------- 60. Underwater - 80. Air ----------- 120.

Lingering SongEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 111) 

[General

Your inspirational bardic music stays with the listeners long after the last note has died away.

PrerequisiteEdit

Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

If you use bardic music to inspire courage, inspire greatness, or inspire heroics, the effect lasts for 1 minute after an inspired ally stops hearing you play.

NormalEdit

Inspire courage, inspire greatness, and inspire heroics last as long as an ally hears the bard sing plus an additional 5 rounds thereafter.

Lyric SpellEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 113) 

[Bardic

You can channel the power of your bardic music into your magic, allowing you to expend uses of your bardic music ability to cast spells.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform 9 ranks, ability to spontaneously cast 2nd-level arcane spells, Bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can expend daily uses of your bardic music to cast any arcane spell that you know and can cast spontaneously. You must still use an action to cast the spell (following the normal rules for casting time), but using the Lyric Spell feat counts as part of the spellcasting action. Casting a spell requires one use of your bardic music ability, plus one additional use per level of the spell. For example, casting a 3rd-level spell requires four daily uses of your bardic music ability.

SpecialEdit

Any spell that you cast using the Lyric Spell feat gains your instrument as an additional arcane focus, if you use one. You cannot use Lyric Spell to cast a spell improved by the Silent Spell metamagic feat

Mobile Spell-CastingEdit

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[General

Your focused concentration allows you to move while casting a spell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Concentration 8 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can make a special Concentration check (DC 20 + spell level) when casting a spell. If the check succeeds, you can cast the spell and move up to your speed as a single standard action. (You can't use this ability to cast a spell that takes longer than 1 standard action to cast.) If the check fails, you lose the spell and fail to cast it, just as if you had failed a Concentration check to cast the spell defensively. You still provoke attacks of opportunity for casting spells from any creatures who threaten you at any point of your movement. You can cast defensively while using this feat, but doing so increases the Concentration DC to 25 + spell level.

Natural BondEdit

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[General

Your bond with your animal companion is exceptionally strong.

PrerequisiteEdit

Animal companion,

BenefitEdit

Add three to your effective druid level for the purpose of determining the bonus Hit Dice, extra tricks, special abilities, and other bonuses that your animal companion receives (see page 36 of the Player's Handbook). This bonus can never make your effective druid level exceed your character level.

Obscure LoreEdit

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[General

You are a treasure trove of little-known information.

PrerequisiteEdit

Bardic knowledge or lore class feature,

BenefitEdit

You gain a +4 insight bonus on checks using your bardic knowledge or lore class feature

Open MindedEdit

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[General

You are naturally able to reroute your memory and skill expertise.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You immediately gain 5 skill points. Spend these skill points as normal. You cannot exceed the normal maximum ranks for your level in any skill.

SpecialEdit

You can gain this feat multiple times. Each time, you immediately gain another 5 skill points.

Oversized Two-Weapon FightingEdit

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[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are adept at wielding larger than normal weapons in your off hand.

PrerequisiteEdit

Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , STR 13,

BenefitEdit

When wielding a one-handed weapon in your off hand, you take penalties for fighting with two weapons as if you were wielding a light weapon in your off hand (see page 160 of the Player's Handbook).

PolyglotEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 192) 

[EpicGeneral

You can speak, read, and write all languages.

PrerequisiteEdit

INT 25, Speak Language (five languages),

BenefitEdit

You can speak all languages. If you are literate, you can also read and write all languages (not including magical script).

Power ThrowEdit

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[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You have learned how to hurl weapons to deadly effect.

PrerequisiteEdit

Brutal Throw (CAd) , Power Attack (PH) , STR 13,

BenefitEdit

On your turn, before making any attack rolls, you can choose to subtract a number from all thrown weapon attack rolls and add the same number to all thrown weapon damage rolls. This number may not exceed your base attack bonus. The penalty on attack rolls and the bonus on damage rolls applies until your next turn.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Power Throw as one of his fighter bonus feats.

Quick ReconnoiterEdit

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[General

You can learn a lot of information from just a quick scan of an area or object.

PrerequisiteEdit

Listen 5 ranks, Spot 5 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You can make one Spot check and one Listen check each round as a free action. You also gain a +2 bonus on initiative checks.

NormalEdit

Using Spot or Listen in a reactive fashion is a free action, but actively trying to make a Spot check or Listen check requires a move action.

Razing StrikeEdit

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[General

You have mastered the art of delivering precise strikes against nonliving creatures while channeling spell energy through your melee attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

caster level 5th, Sneak attack,

BenefitEdit

To activate this feat, you must sacrifice one of your daily allotment of spells (minimum spell level 1st). Doing this is a swift action that doesn't provoke attacks of opportunity. In exchange, you gain an insight bonus on your melee attack rolls and damage rolls for 1 round. The bonus on attack rolls equals the level of the spell sacrificed. The bonus on damage rolls is 1d6 points per level of the spell sacrificed, plus any extra damage based on your sneak attack ability. These bonuses apply against only one type of creature, depending on the type of spell sacrificed. If you sacrifice an arcane spell, they apply against constructs; if the sacrificed spell is divine, the bonuses apply against undead. Example: A 5th-level wizard/1st-level rogue activates this feat, sacrificing a prepared web spell. She gains a +2 insight bonus on her melee attack rolls against constructs for 1 round, and also adds 3d6 points of damage to successful attacks against constructs during that round (2d6 for the 2nd-level spell, plus 1d6 for her sneak attack damage). This feat does not allow you to deliver critical hits or sneak attacks against constructs or undead.

Savage GrappleEdit

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[Wild

While transformed into the shape of a wild animal, you can savagely tear at any creature that you manage to grapple.

PrerequisiteEdit

sneak attack, Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

While you are in a wild shape, any time you make a successful grapple check to damage a creature with which you are already grappling, you can add your sneak attack damage as well. Creatures not subject to sneak attacks don't take this extra damage.

ScentEdit

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[Wild

You can sharpen your sense of smell.

PrerequisiteEdit

Wild shape,

BenefitEdit

You can expend one daily use of wild shape to gain the scent ability (see page 314 of the Monster Manual) for 1 hour per Hit Die. While this benefit is in effect, you can detect opponents within 30 feet by sense of smell. In addition, if you have the Track feat, you can track creatures by scent. You retain this benefit regardless of what form you are in.

Staggering StrikeEdit

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[General

You can deliver a wound that hampers an opponent's movement.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base attack bonus +6, sneak attack,

BenefitEdit

If you deal damage with a melee sneak attack, you can also deliver a wound that limits your foe's mobility. For 1 round (or until the target is the beneficiary of a DC 15 Heal check or any magical healing that restores at least 1 hit point, whichever comes first), your target is treated as if it were staggered, even if its nonlethal damage doesn't exactly equal its current hit points. A target can resist this effect by making a successful Fortitude save (DC equal to damage dealt). Multiple staggering strikes on the same creature do not stack. This feat has no effect on creatures not subject to sneak attack damage.

SubsonicsEdit

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[General

Your music can affect even those who do not consciously hear it.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform (any) 10 ranks, bardic music,

BenefitEdit

You can produce music or poetics so subtly that opponents do not notice it, yet your allies still gain all the usual benefits from your bardic music. Similarly, you can affect opponents within range with your music, but unless they can see you performing or have some other means of discovering it, they cannot determine the source of the effect.

Tactile TrapsmithEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 112) 

[General

You can rely on your rapid reflexes and nimble fingers instead of your intellect when searching a room or when disabling a trap.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You add your Dexterity bonus (rather than your Intelligence bonus) on all Search and Disable Device checks. In addition, you receive no penalty on these checks for darkness or blindness.

Versatile PerformerEdit

Complete Adventurer, p. 112) 

[General

You are skilled at many kinds of performances.

PrerequisiteEdit

Perform (any) 5 ranks,

BenefitEdit

Pick a number of Perform categories equal to your Intelligence bonus (minimum 1). For the purpose of making Perform checks, you are treated as having a number of ranks in those skills equal to the highest number of ranks you have in any Perform category. You cannot change these categories once you have picked them, but your score in them automatically increases if you later add additional ranks in your highestranked Perform category. You gain new categories of your choice if your Intelligence bonus permanently increases. In addition, you gain a +2 bonus on a combined Perform check when using two or more forms of performance at the same time, such as a bard strumming a lyre while singing. In such cases, add the bonus to the higher of your two Perform skill modifiers.

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