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Anvil of ThunderEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 112) 

[Style

You have mastered the style of fighting with hammer and axe at the same time, and have learned to deal thunderous blows with this unique pairing of weapons.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Sunder (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (warhammer or light hammer) , Weapon Focus (PH) (battleaxe, handaxe, or dwarven waraxe) , STR 13,

BenefitEdit

If you hit the same creature with both your axe and your hammer in the same round, it must make a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Str modifier) or be dazed for 1 round

Arcane StrikeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 96) 

[General

You can channel arcane energy into your melee attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to cast 3rd-level arcane spells, base attack bonus +4,

BenefitEdit

When you activate this feat (a free action that does not provoke an attack of opportunity), you can channel arcane energy into a melee weapon, your unarmed strike, or natural weapons. You must sacrifice one of your spells for the day (of 1st level or higher) to do this, but you gain a bonus on all your attack rolls for 1 round equal to the level of the spell sacrificed, as well as extra damage equal to 1d4 points x the level of the spell sacrificed. The bonus you add to your attack rolls from this feat cannot be greater than your base attack bonus.

For example, Yarren the bladesinger has a base attack bonus of +11 and the ability to cast 4th-level arcane spells. On his turn, he chooses to sacrifice one of his 4th-level spells for the day, marking it off as if he had cast it. Until his next turn, Yarren gains an extra +4 bonus on his attack rolls and an extra 4d4 points of damage with a single melee weapon of his choice (his rapier).

Armor SkinEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

Your skin becomes like armor.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You gain a +1 natural armor bonus to Armor Class, or your existing natural armor bonus increases by +1.

SpecialEdit

A character can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects stack

Arterial StrikeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 96) 

[General

Your sneak attacks target large blood vessels, leaving wounds that cause massive blood loss.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +4, Sneak attack ability,

BenefitEdit

If you hit with a sneak attack, you may choose to forgo +1d6 of extra sneak attack damage to deliver a wound that won't stop bleeding. Each wound caused in this manner saps an extra 1 point of damage per round from the victim, until the victim receives the benefit of a DC 15 Heal check or any cure spell or other magical healing. Wounds from multiple arterial strikes result in cumulative bleeding loss (two successful arterial strikes cause an extra 2 points of damage per round until healed). You may deliver only one bleeding wound per successful sneak attack.

Axiomatic StrikeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 96) 

[General

You can turn your fist into an instrument of law.

PrerequisiteEdit

Stunning Fist (PH) , Ki strike (lawful),

BenefitEdit

Against a chaotic opponent, you can make an unarmed attack that does an extra 2d6 points of damage. You must declare that you are using this feat before you make your attack roll (thus, a failed attack ruins the attempt). Each attempt counts as one of your uses of the Stunning Fist feat for the day. Creatures immune to stunning can be affected by this extra damage

Bear FangEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 112) 

[Style

You have mastered the fi erce style of fighting with axe and dagger at the same time. You can bring the fight to close quarters in the blink of an eye.

PrerequisiteEdit

Power Attack (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (dagger) , Weapon Focus (PH) (battleaxe, handaxe, or dwarven waraxe) , STR 15,

BenefitEdit

If you hit a creature with both your axe and your dagger in the same round, you deal normal damage with both weapons, and you can choose to immediately attempt to start a grapple as a free action without provoking an attack of opportunity, as if you had the improved grab ability. No initial touch attack is required. If you succeed on your grapple attempt, you drop your axe, but you immediately gain an additional attack against your grappled foe with your dagger at your highest base attack bonus (with the normal -4 penalty for attacking in a grapple). In subsequent rounds, you can use the dagger to attack while grappling at the normal penalty

Cavalry ChargerEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 108) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatTactical

Fighting from the back of a steed is second nature to you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Mounted Combat (PH) , Spirited Charge (PH) , Trample (PH) , base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Cavalry Charger feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. Unhorse: To use this maneuver, you must be mounted and charge a mounted foe. If your charge attack hits, you may make a free bull rush attempt. If the bull rush attempt succeeds, you move your foe normally, but his mount remains where it was. Leaping Charge: To use this maneuver, you must be mounted and charge a foe at least one size category smaller than your mount. Make a Ride check at the conclusion of the move portion of the charge action. Prior to making the roll, determine the DC of the check: either DC 10 for a chance to deal 2 extra points of damage or DC 20 for a chance to deal 4 extra points of damage. If you fail this Ride check, you miss your target (no attack roll) and if you fail this Ride check by 5 or more, you miss your target and fall off your mount, landing in a square adjacent to the mount's space. Fell Trample: You can make mounted overrun attempts against more than one foe, resolving each attempt according to the rules on page 157 and 158 of the Player's Handbook. Your mount gets a hoof attack against each foe you successfully overrun.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Cavalry Charger as one of his fighter bonus feats

Clever WrestlingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You have a better than normal chance to escape or wriggle free from a big creature's grapple or pin.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Small or Medium size,

Required forEdit

Cunning Sidestep (Dr) ,

BenefitEdit

When your opponent is larger than Medium, you gain a circumstance bonus on your grapple check to escape a grapple or pin. The size of the bonus depends on your opponent's size, according to the following table. Opponent Size Bonus. Large -------- +2. Huge --------- +4. Gargantuan - +6. Colossal ----- +8.

Close-Quarters FightingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are skilled at fighting at close range and resisting grapple attempts.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base attack bonus +3,

Required forEdit

Overhead Thrust (Dr) ,

BenefitEdit

You gain an attack of opportunity whenever an enemy attempts to grapple you, even if the enemy has a feat or special ability that would normally bypass the attack. If you deal damage with this attack, the enemy fails to start the grapple unless it has the Improved Grapple feat or a special ability such as improved grab. If the enemy has such an ability, you may add the damage you deal as a bonus on your opposed check to resist being grappled. This feat does not give you extra attacks of opportunity during a round or allow you to make an attack of opportunity when you would be denied one for being surprised, helpless, or in a similar situation. For example, an ogre attempts to grapple Tordek. Tordek gains an attack of opportunity, hits, and causes damage. Since the ogre does not have any sort of grappling special ability or feat, it fails to start a grapple. Then an ankheg--a creature with the improved grab special ability--attempts to grapple Tordek. He takes an attack of opportunity, hits, and deals 10 points of damage to the creature. Tordek then adds +10 to his opposed check to resist being grappled.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Close-Quarters Fighting as one of his fighter bonus feats.

NormalEdit

Creatures with Improved Grapple, improved grab, or similar feats or special abilities do not provoke attacks of opportunity when they attempt to start a grapple.

Combat ArcheryEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You can fire a bow in melee safely.

PrerequisiteEdit

Dodge (PH) , Mobility (PH) , Point Blank Shot (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

You do not provoke attacks of opportunity when firing a bow.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you provoke attacks of opportunity from all opponents who threaten you whenever you use a bow

Combat BruteEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 110) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatTactical

You employ strength and leverage to great effect in battle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Sunder (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Combat Brute feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers.

Advancing Blows: To use this maneuver, you must make a successful bull rush attempt against a foe. During the next round, all your attacks against that foe gain a +1 bonus on attack and damage rolls for each square your bull rush moved that foe. For example, if you pushed an orc back 10 (2 squares) feet with a bull rush, you would gain a +2 bonus on attack and damage rolls against that orc on the following round.

Sundering Cleave: To use this maneuver, you must destroy a foe's weapon or shield with a successful sunder attempt (see page 158 of the Player's Handbook). If you do so, you gain an immediate additional melee attack against the foe. The additional attack is with the same weapon and at the same attack bonus as the attack that destroyed the weapon or shield.

Momentum Swing: To use this maneuver, you must charge a foe in the first round, and you must make an attack using your Power Attack feat in the second round. The penalty you take on your attack roll must be -5 or worse. Your attacks during the second round gain a bonus equal to your attack roll penalty x 1-1/2, or x 3 if you're using a two-handed weapon or a one-handed weapon wielded in two hands. For instance, if you choose to take a -6 penalty on your attack roll, you can deal an extra 9 points of damage, or an extra 18 points if you're using a two-handed weapon or a one-handed weapon wielded in two hands.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Combat Brute as one of his fighter bonus feats

Combat InsightEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

Your keen intellect allows you to place melee attacks where they will deal the most damage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , Epic Prowess (CW) , base attack bonus +15,

BenefitEdit

When wielding a melee weapon, add your Intelligence modifier rather than your Strength modifi er to the weapon's damage rolls

Crescent MoonEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 113) 

[Style

You have mastered the style of fighting with sword and dagger. You know how to twist an opponent's weapons from its grasp with a single graceful motion while using your two weapons together.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Disarm (PH) , Improved Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (dagger) , Weapon Focus (PH) (bastard sword, longsword, scimitar, or short sword) ,

BenefitEdit

If you hit the same creature with both your sword and your dagger in the same round, you may make an immediate disarm attempt as a free action

Damage ReductionEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You can shrug off some damage from attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

CON 21,

BenefitEdit

You gain damage reduction 3/-. This benefit doesn't stack with damage reduction granted by magic items or nonpermanent magical effects, but it does stack with damage reduction granted by permanent magical effects, class features, or this feat itself.

SpecialEdit

A character can gain this feat multiple times. Each time you gain the feat, your damage reduction in creases by 3

DashEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You can move faster than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

If you are wearing light armor or no armor and are carrying a light load, your speed is 5 feet faster

Defensive StrikeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can turn a strong defense into a powerful offense.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , Dodge (PH) , DEX 13, INT 13,

BenefitEdit

If an opponent attacks you and misses while you are using the total defense action, you can attack that opponent on your next turn with a +4 bonus on your attack roll. You gain no bonus against an opponent that does not attack you or against an opponent that attacks and hits you.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Defensive Strike as one of his fighter bonus feats

Defensive ThrowEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You can use your opponent's weight, strength, and momentum against her, deflecting her attack and throwing her to the ground.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , Dodge (PH) , Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Improved Trip (PH) , DEX 13,

BenefitEdit

If the opponent you have chosen to use your Dodge feat against attacks you and misses, you can make an immediate trip attack against that opponent. This attempt counts against your allowed attacks of opportunity in the round

Destructive RageEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You can shatter barriers and objects when enraged.

PrerequisiteEdit

Rage or frenzy ability,

BenefitEdit

While you are in a rage or frenzy, you gain a +8 bonus on any Strength checks you make to break down doors or break inanimate, immobile objects

Divine CleansingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to improve your allies' ability to resist attacks against their vitality and health.

PrerequisiteEdit

Turn or rebuke undead ability,

Required forEdit

Divine Resistance (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, you can spend one of your turn or rebuke undead attempts to grant all allies (including yourself) within a 60-foot burst a +2 sacred bonus on Fortitude saving throws for a number of rounds equal to your Charisma modifIer

Divine MightEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to increase the damage you deal in combat.

PrerequisiteEdit

Power Attack (PH) , STR 13, turn or rebuke undead ability,

BenefitEdit

As a free action, spend one of your turn or rebuke undead attempts to add your Charisma bonus to your weapon damage for 1 full round

Divine ResistanceEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to temporarily reduce damage you and your allies take from some sources.

PrerequisiteEdit

Divine Cleansing (CW) , Turn or rebuke undead ability,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, spend one of your turn or rebuke undead attempts to imbue all allies within a 60-foot burst (including yourself) with resistance to cold 5, electricity 5, andfire5. This resistance does not stack with similar resistances, such as those granted by spells or special abilities. The protection lasts for a number of rounds equal to your Charisma modifier

Divine ShieldEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to make your shield more effective for either offense or defense.

PrerequisiteEdit

Proficiency with a shield, Turn or rebuke undead ability,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, spend one of your turn/ rebuke undead attempts to channel energy into your shield, granting it a bonus equal to your Charisma modifier. This bonus applies to the shield's bonus to Armor Class and lasts for a number of rounds equal to half your character level

Divine VigorEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 108) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to increase your speed and durability.

PrerequisiteEdit

Turn or rebuke undead ability,

BenefitEdit

As a standard action, spend one of your turn or rebuke undead attempts to increase your base speed by 10 feet and gain +2 temporary hit points per character level. These effects last a number of minutes equal to your Charisma modifier

Eagle Claw AttackEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

Your superior insight allows you to strike objects with impressive force.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Sunder (PH) , Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , WIS 13,

BenefitEdit

When you make an unarmed strike against an object, you may add your Wisdom bonus to the damage dealt to the object

Earth's EmbraceEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You can crush opponents when you grapple them.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , STR 15, Improved Grapple or improved grab,

BenefitEdit

While grappling, if you pin your opponent, you deal an extra 1d12 points of damage in each round that you maintain the pin. You must hold your opponent immobile as normal (with an opposed grapple check), but you must also remain immobile, giving opponents (other than the one you're pinning) a +4 bonus on attack rolls against you (but you are not helpless). You do not gain this extra damage against creatures that are immune to critical hits.

Elusive targetEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 110) 

[Tactical

Trying to land a blow against you can be a maddening experience.

PrerequisiteEdit

Dodge (PH) , Mobility (PH) , base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Elusive Target feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. Negate Power Attack: To use this maneuver, you must designate a specific foe to be affected by your Dodge feat. If that foe uses the Power Attack feat against you, the foe gains no bonus on the damage roll but still takes the corresponding penalty on the attack roll. Diverting Defense: To use this maneuver, you must be flanked and you must designate one of the flanking attackers to be affected by your Dodge feat. The first attack of the round from the designated attacker automatically misses you and may strike the other flanking foe instead; the attacking creature makes an attack roll normally, and its ally is considered flatfooted. If the designated attacker is making a full attack against you, its second and subsequent attacks function normally. Cause Overreach: To use this maneuver, you must provoke an attack of opportunity from a foe by moving out of a threatened square. If the foe misses you, you can make a free trip attempt against this foe, and the foe does not get a chance to trip you if your attempt fails

Epic Combat ExpertiseEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You have extraordinary talent at using your combat skill for defense.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , INT 19, base attack bonus +21,

BenefitEdit

When you use the attack action or full attack action in melee, you can take a penalty of as much as -5 on your attack rolls and add the same number (+5 or less) as a dodge bonus to your Armor Class and to the Armor Class of an adjacent friendly creature. The changes to attack rolls and Armor Class last until your next action. The effect of this feat supersedes the effect of the Combat Expertise feat; you can't use both feats simultaneously to gain two dodge bonuses

Epic ProwessEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You have great skill in combat.

PrerequisiteEdit

Required forEdit

Combat Insight (CW) , Epic Sunder (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

Gain a +1 bonus on all attack rolls.

SpecialEdit

A character can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects stack

Epic SunderEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You deal extra damage when attacking objects.

PrerequisiteEdit

Epic Prowess (CW) , Improved Sunder (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , STR 25,

BenefitEdit

When attacking an object, you may double any extra damage derived from Strength. When attempting to break an object with sudden force rather than dealing damage, you gain a +4 bonus on your Strength check

Epic ToughnessEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You are preternaturally tough.

PrerequisiteEdit

BenefitEdit

You gain +30 hit points.

SpecialEdit

A character can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects stack

Epic Weapon FocusEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 151) 

[Epic

You are especially good at using one chosen type of weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

Greater Weapon Focus and Weapon Focus with the weapon chosen,

BenefitEdit

Add a +2 bonus on all attack rolls you make using the selected weapon. This bonus stacks with other bonuses on attack rolls, including the bonuses from Weapon Focus and Greater Weapon Focus.

SpecialEdit

A character can gain this feat multiple times. Its effects do not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a different type of weapon.

Extend RageEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 97) 

[General

You are able to maintain your rage longer than most.

PrerequisiteEdit

Rage or frenzy ability,

BenefitEdit

Each of the uses of your rage or frenzy ability lasts an additional 5 rounds beyond its normal duration.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times. Its effects stack

Extra RageEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

You may rage more frequently than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Rage or frenzy ability,

BenefitEdit

You rage or frenzy two more times per day than you otherwise could.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times. Its effects stack

Extra SmitingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

You can make more smite attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +4, Smite ability,

BenefitEdit

When you take this feat, you gain two extra attempts to smite per day. Use whatever smite ability you have (the paladin's smite evil ability or the hunter of the dead's ability to smite undead, for example).

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times, Its effects stack

Extra StunningEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

You gain extra stunning attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

Stunning Fist (PH) , base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

You gain the ability to make three extra stunning attacks per day.

SpecialEdit

You can take this feat multiple times, Its effects stack

Eyes in the Back of Your HeadEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

Your superior battle sense helps minimize the threat of fl anking attacks.

PrerequisiteEdit

WIS 13, base attack bonus +1,

BenefitEdit

Attackers do not gain the usual +2 bonus on their attack rolls when fl anking you. This feat grants no effect whenever you are attacked without benefit of your Dexterity modifier to Armor Class, such as when you are fl at-footed. You may still be sneak attacked when fl anked.

NormalEdit

When you are fl anked, the fl anking opponents receive a +2 bonus on their attack rolls against you

Faster HealingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

You recover faster than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base Fortitude save bonus +5,

BenefitEdit

You recover lost hit points and ability score points faster than you normally would, according to the table on the next page

Favored Power AttackEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 98) 

[General

You are able to deal more damage against your favored enemies.

PrerequisiteEdit

Power Attack (PH) , base attack bonus +4, Favored enemy ability,

BenefitEdit

When you use the Power Attack feat against a favored enemy, you may subtract a number from your melee attack rolls and add twice that number to your melee damage rolls. If you attack with a weapon in two hands, add three times the number. The normal restrictions of the Power Attack feat apply

Fists of IronEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

You have learned the secrets of imbuing your unarmed attacks with extra force.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Stunning Fist (PH) , base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

Declare that you are using this feat before you make your attack roll (thus, a missed attack roll ruins the attempt). You deal an extra 1d6 points of damage when you make a successful unarmed attack. Each attempt counts as one of your uses of the Stunning Fist feat for the day

Fleet of FootEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

You run nimbly, able to turn corners without losing momentum.

PrerequisiteEdit

Run (PH) , DEX 15,

BenefitEdit

When running or charging, you can make a single direction change of 90 degrees or less. You can't use this feat in medium or heavy armor, or if you're carrying a medium or heavier load. If you are charging, you must move in a straight line for 10 feet (2 squares) after the turn to maintain the charge

Flick of the WristEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

With a single motion, you can draw a light weapon and make a devastating attack.

PrerequisiteEdit

Quick Draw (PH) , Sleight of Hand 5 ranks, DEX 17,

BenefitEdit

If you draw a light weapon and make a melee attack with it in the same round, you catch your opponent fl at-footed (for the purpose of this attack only). You may use this feat only once per round and once per opponent during any single combat encounter

Flying KickEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

You literally leap into battle, dealing devastating damage.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , Jump 4 ranks, STR 13,

BenefitEdit

When fighting unarmed and using the charge action, you deal an extra 1d12 points of damage with your unarmed attack

Formation ExpertEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 110) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatTactical

You are trained at fighting in ranks and fi les.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Formation Expert feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. You gain the benefit of the feat even if you are fighting in formation with allies that do not have this feat. Lock Shields: To use this maneuver, you must have a ready shield, and adjacent allies on opposite sides of you must have ready shields. You gain a +1 bonus to Armor Class. Step into the Breach: To use this maneuver, you must be within a single move of an ally who falls in combat, and an ally must occupy every square between you and the fallen comrade. You can immediately take a single move action (as if you had readied an action to do so) to move into the square the fallen ally occupies. Wall of Polearms: To use this maneuver, you must be wielding a shortspear, longspear, trident, glaive, guisarme, halberd, or ranseur, and you must have adjacent allies wielding weapons identical to yours on opposite sides of you. You gain a +2 bonus on attack rolls.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Formation Expert as one of his fighter bonus feats

Freezing The LifebloodEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can paralyze a humanoid opponent with an unarmed attack.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Stunning Fist (PH) , WIS 17, base attack bonus +10,

BenefitEdit

Declare that you are using this feat before you make your attack roll (thus, a missed attack roll ruins the attempt). Against a humanoid opponent, you can make an unarmed attack that deals no damage but has a chance of paralyzing your target. If your attack is successful, your target must attempt a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Wis modifier). If the target fails this saving throw, it is paralyzed for 1d4+1 rounds. Each attempt to paralyze an opponent counts as one of your uses of the Stunning Fist feat for the day. Creatures immune to stunning cannot be paralyzed in this manner.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Freezing the Lifeblood as one of his fighter bonus feats.

GiantbaneEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 111) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatTactical

You are trained in fighting foes larger than you are.

PrerequisiteEdit

Tumble 5 ranks, base attack bonus +6, Medium or smaller size,

BenefitEdit

The Giantbane feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. Duck Underneath: To use this maneuver, you must have taken a total defense action, then have been attacked by a foe at least two size categories larger than you. You gain a +4 dodge bonus to your Armor Class, which stacks with the bonus for total defense. If that foe misses you, on your next turn, as a free action, you may make a DC 15 Tumble check. If the check succeeds, you move immediately to any unoccupied square on the opposite side of the foe (having successfully ducked underneath your foe). If there is no unoccupied square on the opposite side of the foe or you fail the Tumble check, you remain in the square you are in and have failed to duck underneath your foe. Death from Below: To use this maneuver, you must have successfully used the duck underneath maneuver. You may make an immediate single attack against the foe you ducked underneath. That foe is treated as fl at-footed, and you gain a +4 bonus on your attack roll. Climb Aboard: To use this maneuver, you must move adjacent to a foe at least two size categories larger than you. In the following round, you may make a DC 10 Climb check as a free action to clamber onto the creature's back or limbs (you move into one of the squares the creature occupies). The creature you're standing on takes a -4 penalty on attack rolls against you, because it can strike at you only awkwardly. If the creature moves during its action, you move along with it. The creature can try to shake you off by making a grapple check opposed by your Climb check. If the creature succeeds, you wind up in a random adjacent square.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Giantbane as one of his fighter bonus feats

Greater Kiai ShoutEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

Your kiai shout can panic your opponents.

PrerequisiteEdit

Kiai Shout (CW) , CHA 13, base attack bonus +9,

BenefitEdit

When you make a kiai shout, your opponents are panicked for 2d6 rounds unless they succeed on Will saves (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier). The kiai shout affects only opponents with fewer Hit Dice or levels than you have

Greater ResiliencyEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 99) 

[General

Your extraordinary resilience to damage increases.

PrerequisiteEdit

Damage reduction as a class feature or innate ability,

BenefitEdit

Your damage reduction increases by 1. If it would normally rise thereafter with level, it does so at its previous rate, adding the +1 normally. For example, a 13th-level barbarian has damage reduction 3/-. By taking this feat, he raises it to 4/-. When he reaches 16th level, his damage reduction becomes 5/- and at 19th level, it becomes 6/-. You may not take this feat more than once. This feat has no effect on the type of weapon or damage that overcomes your damage reduction. If you have more than one form of damage reduction, choose which to increase when you take this feat

Greater Two-Weapon DefenseEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

When fighting with two weapons, your defenses are extraordinarily strong.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Two-Weapon Defense (CW) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , DEX 19, base attack bonus +11, Two- Weapon Defense,

BenefitEdit

When wielding two weapons (not including natural weapons or unarmed strikes), you gain a +3 shield bonus to your AC. When you are fighting defensively or using the total defense action, this shield bonus increases to +6.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Greater Two-Weapon Defense as one of his fighter bonus feats

Hammer's EdgeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 113) 

[Style

You are a master of the style of fighting with a hammer and sword at the same time, and have learned to hammer your foes into the ground with your tremendous blows.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Bull Rush (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (bastard sword, longsword, or scimitar) , Weapon Focus(PH) (warhammer or light hammer) , STR 15,

BenefitEdit

If you hit the same creature with both your sword and your hammer in the same round, it must make a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Str modifier) or fall prone

HamstringEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[General

You can wound your opponents' legs, hampering their movement.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +4, Sneak attack ability,

BenefitEdit

If you hit with a melee sneak attack, you may choose to forgo 2d6 points of extra sneak attack damage to reduce your opponent's base speed by half. This speed reduction ends after 24 hours have passed or a successful DC 15 Heal check or the application of any cure spell or other magical healing is made. Creatures immune to sneak attack damage and creatures with no legs or more than four legs can't be slowed down with a hamstring attack. It takes two successful hamstring attacks to affect quadrupeds. Other speeds (fl y, burrow, and so on) aren't affected. You may use this ability once per round

High Sword Low AxeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 113) 

[Style

You have mastered the style of fighting with sword and axe at the same time, and have learned to use this unusual pairing of weapons to pull your opponents off their feet.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Trip (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (bastard sword, longsword, scimitar or shortsword) , Weapon Focus (PH) (battleaxe, handaxe, or dwarven waraxe) ,

BenefitEdit

If you hit the same creature with both your sword and your axe in the same round, you may make a free trip attempt against that foe. (If you succeed, you may immediately use your Improved Trip feat to gain an additional attack against your foe.)

Hold the LineEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[General

You are trained in defensive techniques against charging opponents.

PrerequisiteEdit

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

BenefitEdit

You may make an attack of opportunity against a charging opponent who enters an area you threaten. Your attack of opportunity happens immediately before the charge attack is resolved.

NormalEdit

You only get an attack of opportunity against a character that exits a square you threaten

Improved Buckler DefenseEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can attack with an off-hand weapon while retaining a buckler's shield bonus to your Armor Class.

PrerequisiteEdit

Shield Proficiency,

BenefitEdit

When you attack with a weapon in your off hand, you may still apply your buckler's shield bonus to your Armor Class.

SpecialEdit

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

NormalEdit

Without this feat, a character wielding a buckler who attacks with an off-hand weapon loses the buckler's shield bonus to AC until his or her next turn

Improved Combat ExpertiseEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You have mastered the art of defense in combat.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , INT 13, Base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

When you use the Combat Expertise feat to improve your Armor Class, the number you subtract from your attack roll and add to your AC can be any number that does not exceed your base attack bonus.

SpecialEdit

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

NormalEdit

With Combat Expertise, the number can be no greater than +5

Improved FamiliarEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 100) 

[General

This feat allows spellcasters to acquire a new familiar from a nonstandard list, but only when they could normally acquire a new familiar (see Familiars, page 52 of the Player's Handbook). This feat was originally presented on page 200 of the Dungeon Master's Guide; the description here provides new alternatives for arcane spellcasters who want familiars to stand beside them in battle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ability to acquire a new familiar, and base attack bonus, compatible alignment, sufficiently high arcane spellcaster level,

BenefitEdit

When choosing a familiar, the creatures listed below are also available to the spellcaster. The spellcaster may choose a familiar with an alignment up to one step away on each of the alignment axes (lawful through chaotic, good through evil). For example, a chaotic good spellcaster could acquire a neutral familiar. A lawful neutral spellcaster could acquire a neutral good familiar. The spellcaster must have at least the arcane spellcaster level and base attack bonus indicated below in order to acquire the familiar. Familiar ----- Align---- Level---BAB. Krenshar --- N -------- 3rd --- +3. Worg -------- NE ------ 3rd --- +3. Blink dog ---- LG ------ 5th --- +5. Hell hound -- LE ------- 5th --- +5. Hippogriff --- N -------- 7th --- +7. Howler ------ CE ------ 7th --- +7. Winter wolf - NE ------ 7th --- +7. Improved familiars otherwise use the rules presented on pages 52 and 53 of the Player's Handbook. Granted Abilities: In addition to their own special qualities, all familiars grant their masters the Alertness feat, the benefit of an empathic link, and the ability to share spells with the familiar. Improved Evasion (Ex): If a familiar is exposed to any effect that normally allows it to attempt a Reflex saving throw for half damage, it takes no damage with a successful saving throw and only half damage on a failed save

Improved Favored EnemyEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[General

You know how to hit your favored enemies where it hurts.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +5, Favored enemy ability,

BenefitEdit

You deal an extra 3 points of damage to your favored enemies. This benefit stacks with any existing favored enemy bonus gained from another class

Improved Mounted ArcheryEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can make ranged attacks from a mount almost as well as you can from the ground.

PrerequisiteEdit

Mounted Archery (PH) , Mounted Combat (PH) , Ride 1 ranks,

BenefitEdit

The penalty you take when using a ranged weapon if your mount is taking a double move is eliminated, and the penalty for using a ranged weapon when your mount is running is lessened from -4 to - 2. You can attack at any time during your mount's move.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Improved Mounted Archery as one of his fighter bonus feats

Improved Rapid ShotEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are an expert at firing weapons with exceptional speed.

PrerequisiteEdit

Manyshot (PH) , Point Blank Shot (PH) , Rapid Shot (PH) ,

BenefitEdit

When using the Rapid Shot feat, you may ignore the -2 penalty on all your ranged attack rolls.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Improved Rapid Shot as one of his fighter bonus feats

Improved ToughnessEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are signifi cantly tougher than normal.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base Fortitude save bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

You gain a number of hit points equal to your current Hit Dice. Each time you gain a HD (such as by gaining a level), you gain 1 additional hit point. If you lose a HD (such as by losing a level), you lose 1 hit point permanently.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Improved Toughness as one of his fighter bonus feats

Improved Two-Weapon DefenseEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You gain a signifi cant defensive advantage while fighting with two weapons.

PrerequisiteEdit

Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Two-Weapon Defense (PH) , DEX 17, base attack bonus +6,

Required forEdit

Greater Two-Weapon Defense (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

When wielding two weapons (not including natural weapons or unarmed strikes), you gain a +2 shield bonus to your Armor Class. When you are fighting defensively or using the total defense action, this shield bonus increases to +4.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Improved Two-Weapon Defense as one of his fighter bonus feats

Improved Weapon FamiliarityEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 101) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are familiar with all exotic weapons common to your people.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base attack bonus +1,

BenefitEdit

You can treat all the exotic weapons associated with your race as martial weapons rather than as exotic weapons. A weapon is treated as being associated with a race if the race's name appears as part of the weapon's name, such as the elven thinblade (see Chapter 4 of this book) or the dwarven urgrosh.

SpecialEdit

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

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you must select the Exotic Weapon Proficiency feat (or have the appropriate weapon familiarity as a racial trait) to eliminate the nonproficiency penalty you take when wielding an exotic weapon associated with your race

Instantaneous RageEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 102) 

[General

You activate your rage instantly.

PrerequisiteEdit

rage or frenzy ability,

BenefitEdit

Your rage begins at any time you wish, even when it's not your turn or when you're surprised. You can activate your rage as a free action in response to another's action. Thus, you can gain the benefits of rage in time to prevent or ameliorate an undesirable event. For example, you can choose to enter a rage when an enemy attacks you, or casts a spell at you (to gain the benefits of a higher Constitution or your bonus on Will saves) before you know the results of the attack. You must be aware of the attack, but you may be flat-footed.

NormalEdit

You enter a rage only during your turn

Intimidating RageEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 102) 

[General

Your rage engenders fear in your opponents. Prerequisites Rage or Frenzy Ability.

PrerequisiteEdit

Rage or frenzy ability,

BenefitEdit

While you are raging, you designate a single foe within 30feet of you that you can attempt to demoralize as a free action (see the intimidate skill page 76 of the Player's Handbook). A foe that you successfully demoralize remains shaken for as long as you continue to rage. You may only use this feat against a single foe in any particular encounter

Karmic StrikeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 102) 

[General

You have learned to strike when your opponent is most vulnerable - the same instant your opponent strikes you.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , Dodge (PH) , DEX 13,

BenefitEdit

You can make an attack of opportunity against an opponent that hits you in melee. On you action you choose to take a -4 penalty to your Armor Class in exchange for the ability to make an attack of opportunity against any creature that makes a successful melee attack, or melee touch attack against you. The opponent that hits you must be in your threatened area, and this feat does not grant you more attacks of opportunity than you are normally allowed in a round. You specify that you are activating this feat, and the change to Armor Class and your ability to make these special attacks of opportunity last until your next turn

Kiai ShoutEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 102) 

[General

You can bellow forth a shout that strikes terror into your enemies.

PrerequisiteEdit

CHA 13, Base attack bonus +1,

Required forEdit

Greater Kiai Shout (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

Making a Kiai shout is a standard action. Opponents who hear you and are within 30 feet may become shaken for 1d6 rounds. the Kiai shout affects only opponents with fewer Hit Dice or levels than you have. An opponent in the affected area can resist the effect with a successful Will save (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Cha modifier). You can use the benefit of this feat three times per day

Legendary RiderEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 152) 

[Epic

You can ride a mount in combat with ease, even bareback.

PrerequisiteEdit

Ride 24 ranks,

BenefitEdit

You don't take a penalty on Ride checks when riding a mount without a saddle (bareback). You never need to make a Ride check to control a mount in combat (and even controlling a mount not trained for combat doesn't require an action).

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you take a -5 penalty on Ride checks without a saddle, and you must make a Ride check to control a mount in combat (and controlling a mount not trained for combat requires a move action).

Lightning MaceEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 113) 

[Style

You are a master of fighting with two maces at the same time, and have learned to strike your foes with lightning speed.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (light mace) ,

BenefitEdit

Whenever you roll a threat on an attack roll while using a light mace in each hand, you gain an additional attack at the same attack bonus

Monkey GripEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103)  [General

You are able to use a larger weapon than other people your size.

PrerequisiteEdit

Base attack bonus +1,

Required forEdit

Wield Oversized Weapon (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

You can use melee weapons one size category larger than you are with a -2 penalty on the attack roll, but the amount of effort it takes you to use the weapon does not change. For instance, a Large longsword (a one-handed weapon for a Large creature) is considered a two-handed weapon for a Medium creature that does not have this feat. For a Medium creature that has this feat, it is still considered a one-handed weapon. You can wield a larger light weapon as a light weapon, or a larger two-handed weapon in two hands. You cannot wield a larger weapon in your off hand, and you cannot use this feat with a double weapon.

NormalEdit

You can use a melee weapon one size category larger than you are with a -2 penalty on the attack roll, and the amount of effort it takes to use the weapon increases. A larger light weapon is considered a one-handed weapon, a larger one-handed weapon is considered a two-handed weapon, and you cannot use a larger two-handed weapon at all.

Net and TridentEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 114) 

[Style

You are a master of fighting with the net and the trident, and have learned to quickly follow up a successful net throw with a deadly jab of the trident.

PrerequisiteEdit

Exotic Weapon Proficiency (PH) (net) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (trident) , DEX 15,

BenefitEdit

As a full-round action, you can make a combined attack with your net and trident. First, you throw your net; if you hit and successfully control your foe by winning the opposed Strength check, you may immediately take a 5-foot step toward your opponent and make a full attack with your trident

Pain TouchEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[General

You cause intense pain in an opponent with a successful stunning attack.

PrerequisiteEdit

Stunning Fist (PH) , WIS 15, base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

Victims of a successful stunning attack are subject to such debilitating pain that they are nauseated for 1 round following the round they are stunned. Creatures that are immune to stunning attacks are also immune to the effect of this feat, as are any creatures that are more than one size category larger than the feat user

Perfect Two-Weapon FightingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 152) 

[Epic

You can attack with your off-hand weapon as frequently as with your primary weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

Greater Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Improved Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , DEX 25,

BenefitEdit

When making a full attack, you can make as many attacks with your off-hand weapon as with your primary weapon, using the same base attack bonus. For example, a character with this feat and a base attack bonus of +18/+13/+8/+3 could make four attacks per round with his primary weapon and four attacks per round with his off-hand weapon, using the same set of base attack bonuses. You still take the normal penalties for fighting with two weapons.

NormalEdit

Without this feat, you can only make a single attack with an off-hand weapon during a full attack (or two attacks with an off-hand weapon if you have Improved Two- Weapon Fighting, or three attacks with an off-hand weapon if you have Greater Two-Weapon Fighting).

Phalanx FightingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You are trained in fighting in close formation with your allies.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +1, Proficiency with a heavy shield,

BenefitEdit

If you are using a heavy shield and a light weapon, you gain a +1 bonus to your Armor Class. In addition, if you are within 5 feet of an ally who is also using a heavy shield and light weapon and who also has this feat, you may form a shield wall. A shield wall provides an extra +2 bonus to AC and a +1 bonus on Reflex saves to all eligible characters participating in the shield wall. For example, a single character with this feat gains a +1 bonus to his AC. If two or more characters who all know this feat are adjacent, they each gain an extra +2 bonus to AC (for a total of +3) and a +1 bonus on Reflex saves.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Phalanx Fighting as one of his fighter bonus feats

Pin ShieldEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[General

You know how to get inside your opponent's guard by pinning his shield out of the way.

PrerequisiteEdit

Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , base attack bonus +4,

BenefitEdit

This feat can be used only when fighting against an opponent who is using a shield and who is your size or one size category bigger or smaller than you. When making a full attack action, you may give up all your off-hand attacks. If you do, you momentarily pin your opponent's shield with your off-hand weapon, and all your remaining attacks during the round are made with your primary weapon (with the normal penalties for fighting with two weapons), and your foe gains no Armor Class benefit from her shield until the end of your action. You cannot use this feat if you are fighting with only one weapon.

Power CriticalEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

Choose one weapon, such as a longsword or a greataxe. With that weapon, you know how to hit where it hurts.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +4, Weapon Focus with weapon,

BenefitEdit

When using the weapon you selected, you gain a +4 bonus on the roll to confi rm a threat.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Power Critical as one of his fighter bonus feats. You can gain Power Critical multiple times. Each time you take the feat, it may be with a different weapon or the same weapon. If you take it with the same weapon, the effects of the feats stack

Prone AttackEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can attack from a prone position without penalty.

PrerequisiteEdit

Lightning Reflexes (PH) , DEX 15, base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

You can make an attack from the prone position and take no penalty on your attack roll. If your attack roll is successful, you may regain your feet immediately as a free action. Opponents gain no bonus on melee attacks against you while you are prone.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Prone Attack as one of his fighter bonus feats

Quick StaffEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 114) 

[Style

You have mastered the style of fighting with a quarterstaff, and have learned special maneuvers that complement this unique weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Expertise (PH) , Dodge (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (quarterstaff) ,

BenefitEdit

When you use Combat Expertise to gain a dodge bonus while wielding a quarterstaff, you gain a dodge bonus 2 points higher than the penalty you take on your attack rolls. For example, if you take a -1 penalty on your attack rolls, you gain a +3 dodge bonus to your AC

Ranged DisarmEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 103) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can disarm a foe from a distance.

PrerequisiteEdit

Point Blank Shot (PH) , Precise Shot (PH) , DEX 15, base attack bonus +5,

BenefitEdit

Choose one type of ranged weapon with which you are proficient. You can make a disarm attempt with this weapon as long as your target is within 30 feet.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Ranged Disarm as one of his fighter bonus feats. you can gain this feat multiple times, it's effects do not stack. Each time you take this feat it applies to a new ranged weapon. when using this feat, a character gains no benefit from the improved disarm feat

Ranged PinEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 104) 

[General

Use Ranged weapon to grapple foe within 30'.

PrerequisiteEdit

Point Blank Shot (PH) , Precise Shot (PH) , DEX 15, Base attack bonus +5,

BenefitEdit

You can perform a ranged grapple attempt against an opponent by pinning a bit of it's clothing to a nearby surface. The target must be within 5' of a wall, tree, or other surface in which a thrown weapon or projectile can be stuck and must be wearing some sort of clothing, armor or other accoutrement. you must succeed on a ranged attack (not a ranged touch attack) and then win an opposed grapple check (your size modifier, and the target's size modifiers still apply). To break free, the victum must make a DC 15 Strength check or a DC 15 Escape artist check as a standard action. A fighter may select Ranged Pin as one of his fighter bonus feats

Ranged SunderEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 104) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can attack an opponent's weapon at a distance.

PrerequisiteEdit

Point Blank Shot (PH) , Precise Shot (PH) , STR 13, Base Attack bonus +5,

BenefitEdit

When attacking objects, you deal full damage instead of half damage) with slashing or bludgeoning ranged weapons. You can make ranged sunder attempts with piercing weapons, such as arrows, but you deal only half damage; divide by 2 before applying the object's hardness. (see the Sunder special attack on page 158 of the Player's handbook, as well as page 166 for the hardness of common substances and items). You must be within 30' of your opponents to make a ranged sunder attempts.

SpecialEdit

Special: A fighter may select Ranged Sunder as one of  his fighter bonus feats.  When using this feat, a character gains no benefit from  the Improved Sunder feat.

NormalEdit

Objects take half damage from ranged weapons (other than siege weapons and the like ). You can only sunder with a melee attack using a slashing or bludgeoning weapon

Rapid StunningEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 104) 

[General

You can use your stunning attacks in rapid succession.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , Stunning Fist (PH) , Base attack bonus ++6,

BenefitEdit

You may use one additional stunning attack (or other special attack that counts against your daily limit of stunning attacks) per round.

NormalEdit

You may only attempt a stunning attack,(or any other special attack that counts against your stunning attacks) once per round. Special a fighter may select Rapid Stunning as one of his fighter bonus feats. A character may select this multiple times, the effects stack

Raptor SchoolEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 111) 

[Tactical

You know martial arts techniques inspired by hunting birds.

PrerequisiteEdit

Jump 5 ranks, WIS 13, base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Raptor School feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. Eagle's Swoop: To use this maneuver, you must charge a foe or jump down on your enemy from at least 10 feet up (see page 77 of the Player's Handbook). Make a Jump check as a free action immediately before your next attack. Prior to making the roll, determine the DC of the check: either DC 15 for a chance to deal 2 extra points of damage or DC 25 for a chance to deal 4 extra points of damage. If you fail this Jump check, you miss your target, and if you fail this Jump check by 5 or more, you fall prone in an adjacent square. Falcon's Feathers: To use this maneuver, you must be wearing a cloak. As a standard action, you can whip the cloak around you in a distracting fashion. Make an attempt to feint in combat (see page 68 of the Player's Handbook), using your base attack bonus instead of your Bluff modifier. If you succeed, your target is treated as fl at-footed for the next melee attack you make against it. Hawk's Eye: To use this maneuver, you must spend at least 1 full round observing your foe. While doing so, you can take no other actions. The next melee attack you make against your foe gains a +2 bonus on the attack and damage rolls for every round you have just spent observing the foe, to a maximum bonus of +6 (for 3 consecutive full rounds of observation). If the target of your observation attacks you while you're observing, or if you don't make the melee attack within 3 rounds of the end of your observation, you don't get the benefit of the feat

Roundabout KickEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105) 

[General

You can follow up on a particularly powerful unarmed attack with a mighty kick, spinning in a complete circle before landing the kick.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , STR 15,

BenefitEdit

If you score a critical hit on an unarmed attack, you can immediately make an additional unarmed attack against the same opponent, using the same attack bonus that you used for the critical hit roll. For example, Ember the 15th-level monk can make three unarmed attacks in a round, at base attack bonuses of+11, +6, and +1. If she scores a critical hit on her second attack, she can make an additional attack using her +6 base attack bonus. She then makes her third attack (at +l) as normal

Sacred VengeanceEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 108) 

[Divine

You can channel energy to deal extra damage against undead in melee.

PrerequisiteEdit

Turn or rebuke undead ability,

BenefitEdit

As a free action, spend one of your turn undead attempts to add 2d6 points of damage to all your successful melee attacks against undead until the end of the current round

Sharp-ShootingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

Your skill with ranged weapons lets you score hits others would miss due to an opponent's cover.

PrerequisiteEdit

Point Blank Shot (PH) , Precise Shot (PH) , base attack bonus +3,

BenefitEdit

Your targets only receive a +2 bonus to Armor Class due to cover. This feat has no effect against foes with no cover or total cover.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Sharp-Shooting as one of his fighter bonus feats.

NormalEdit

Cover normally gives a +4 bonus to AC

Shield ChargeEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You deal extra damage if you use your shield as a weapon when charging.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Shield Bash (PH) , base attack bonus +3,

Required forEdit

Shield Slam (CW) ,

BenefitEdit

If you hit an opponent with your shield as part of a charge action, in addition to dealing damage normally, you may make a trip attack without provoking an attack of opportunity. If you lose, the defender does not get to try to trip you in return.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Shield Charge as one of his fighter bonus feats

Shield SlamEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can use your shield to daze your opponent.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Shield Bash (PH) , Shield Charge (CW) , base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

As a full-round action or as a charge action, you may make an attack with your shield against an opponent. If you hit, you force the target damaged by this attack to make a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level+your Str modifier) in addition to dealing damage normally. A defender who fails this saving throw is dazed for 1 round (until just before your next action). Constructs, oozes, plants, undead, incorporeal creatures, and creatures immune to critical hits cannot be dazed.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Shield Slam as one of his fighter bonus feats

Shock TrooperEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 112) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatTactical

You are adept at breaking up formations of soldiers when you rush into battle.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Bull Rush (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , base attack bonus +6,

BenefitEdit

The Shock Trooper feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers.

Directed Bull Rush: To use this maneuver, you must make a successful bull rush attempt as part of a charge. For every square you push your foe back, you may also push that foe one square to the left or right.

Domino Rush: To use this maneuver, you must make a successful bull rush attempt that forces a foe into the same square as another foe. You may make a free trip attempt against both foes at the same time, and neither foe gets a chance to trip you if your attempt fails.

Heedless Charge: To use this maneuver, you must charge and make the attack at the end of the charge using your Power Attack feat. The penalty you take on your attack roll must be -5 or worse. In addition to normal charge modifiers (which give you a -2 penalty to AC and a +2 bonus on the attack roll), you can assign any portion of the attack roll penalty from Power Attack to your Armor Class instead, up to a maximum equal to your base attack bonus.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Shock Trooper as one of his fighter bonus feats

Spinning HalberdEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 114) 

[Style

You have mastered the style of fighting with a halberd, and can use all parts of the weapon--blade, spike, hook, or butt--to strike devastating blows.

PrerequisiteEdit

Combat Reflexes (PH) , Two-Weapon Fighting (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (halberd) ,

BenefitEdit

When you make a full attack with your halberd, you gain a +1 dodge bonus to your Armor Class as well as an additional attack with the weapon at a -5 penalty. This attack deals points of bludgeoning damage equal to 1d6 + 1/2 your Strength modifier

Sun SchoolEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 112) 

[Tactical

You have learned a number of esoteric martial arts techniques inspired by the sun.

PrerequisiteEdit

base attack bonus +4, Flurry of blows ability,

BenefitEdit

The Sun School feat enables the use of three tactical maneuvers. Inexorable Progress of Dawn: To use this maneuver, you must hit the same foe with the fi rst two unarmed attacks from a fl urry of blows. If you do, your foe must move back 5 feet, and you may move 5 feet forward if you wish. This movement does not provoke an attack of opportunity for either character. Blinding Sun of Noon: To use this maneuver, you must successfully stun the same foe with an unarmed attack two rounds in a row. In addition to being stunned, that enemy is confused for 1d4 rounds thereafter. Flash of Sunset: To use this maneuver, you must move adjacent to a foe instantaneously, as with a dimension door spell or the monk's abundant step class feature. If you do so, you can immediately make a single attack at your highest attack bonus against that foe

SwarmfightingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105) 

[General

You and allies with this feat can coordinate melee attacks against a single target and are adept at fighting side by side in close quarters.

PrerequisiteEdit

DEX 13, base attack bonus +1, Small size,

BenefitEdit

You can occupy the same 5-foot square in combat with any other allied Small creature that also possesses the Swarmfighting feat at no penalty. When you engage a Medium or larger creature in melee, and at least one other ally with the Swarmfighting feat threatens the target, you gain a +1 morale bonus on the attack roll. This bonus increases by +1 for each additional ally beyond the first with the Swarmfighting feat that threatens the same target. The total morale bonus imparted to your attack roll cannot exceed your Dexterity bonus.

Three MountainsEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 114) 

[Style

You are a master of fighting with powerful bludgeoning weapons.

PrerequisiteEdit

Cleave (PH) , Improved Bull Rush (PH) , Power Attack (PH) , Weapon Focus (PH) (heavy mace, morningstar, or greatclub) , STR 13,

BenefitEdit

If you strike the same creature twice in the same round with your heavy mace, morningstar, or greatclub, it must make a Fortitude saving throw (DC 10 + 1/2 your character level + your Str modifier) or be nauseated by the pain for 1 round

Throw AnythingEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 105)  [General

In your hands, any weapon becomes a deadly ranged weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

DEX 15, Base attack bonus +2, Proficiency with weapon,

BenefitEdit

You can throw a melee weapon you are proficient with as if it were a ranged weapon. The range increment of weapons used in conjunction with this feat is 10 feet.

NormalEdit

You can't throw a melee weapon without taking a -4 penalty unless it has a range increment (such as a hand axe or a dagger).

Weakening TouchEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[Fighter Bonus FeatGeneral

You can temporarily weaken an opponent with your unarmed strike.

PrerequisiteEdit

Improved Unarmed Strike (PH) , Stunning Fist (PH) , WIS 17, base attack bonus +2,

BenefitEdit

Declare that you are using this feat before you make your attack roll (thus, a missed attack roll ruins the attempt). You can make an unarmed attack that deals no damage, but instead applies a -6 penalty to the target's Strength score for 1 minute. Multiple weakening touches delivered on the same target are not cumulative. Each attempt to deliver a weakening touch counts as one of your Stunning Fist attacks for the day. Creatures with immunity to stun effects cannot be affected by this feat.

SpecialEdit

A fighter may select Weakening Touch as one of his fighter bonus feats.

Wield Oversized WeaponEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 153) 

[Epic

You can use larger than normal weapons with ease.

PrerequisiteEdit

Monkey Grip (CW) , STR 25, Base attack bonus +21,

BenefitEdit

You can treat any weapon as if it were one size category smaller than normal and one category "lighter" for the purpose of determining the amount of effort it takes to wield. For instance, a halfl ing with this feat could wield a Medium short sword as a Small light weapon, or a human could wield an ogre's Large greatclub as a Medium twohanded weapon. The weapon still deals its normal amount of damage.

NormalEdit

You may only wield weapons of your size without penalty

Zen ArcheryEdit

Complete Warrior, p. 106) 

[General

Your intuition guides your hand when you use a ranged weapon.

PrerequisiteEdit

WIS 13, base attack bonus +1,

BenefitEdit

You can use your Wisdom modifier instead of your Dexterity modifi er when making a ranged attack roll

 

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