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Fantastic Feats Volume 52 – Critical Feats & RPG Round Up

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This week sees the return of the Fantastic Feats series with it going back to a themed volume – This volume is about critical hits and manipulating and changing them, to make them more interesting and useful

Fantastic Feats 52 Cover thumnFantastic Feats Volume 52 – Critical Feats

Critical hits can be useful in combat, the extra burst of damage they give can mean the difference between life and death, in winning the combat against the beast or losing your own head to its mighty maw.

But, for some people, it can be boring just doing simple damage, even though it can be quite a high amount of damage. Critical Feats sets out to address this, by providing a system for altering and providing more variety for your confirmed crits.

You can store criticals for later use, use them in new ways, gain an advantage when you almost get a critical or even replace it the damaging effect with something else that can aid in combat.

Featuring –
10 feats that can manipulate your critical hits or other similar effects such as blocking damage from another critical hit or storing one for later use
A feat for when you get a Near-Critical hits
10 feats for replacing what happens you get a critical hit, such as a bonus to your armmour, a chnce to flee uninhindered and more

Available at Drivethru now (product link) and d20pfsrd.com and Paizo online stores soon (store links)

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Fantatsic Feats Volume 50 & 51 and RPG Round Up

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Two new releases this week – Volumes 50 & 51 of the Fantastic Feats series

Fantastic Feats Volume 50 – Swashbuckler

“Call me a knave? Demand a Duel? Could you be anymore backward and uncultured? No-one does that any more. It’s boorish and what’s more, it is beneath me. Now beg for my forgiveness before I remove your eye from your head”
The Masked Swashbuckler

Features feats for the Slayer, the stylish combination of ranger and rogue which together will make it a bad day for their chosen target.

Daring Attack – Whilst having Panache you do more damage
Dramatic Escape – Negate damage but at a cost
Flair for the dramatic – Retake shots that you miss
Greater Panache – Your charisma is treated as if it is higher in certain circumstances
Impressive Reflexes – Retake Reflexe saving throws
Improved Nimble – Whilst you have Panache, your armor is improved
Legendary Swashbuckler – You are treated as if you one level higher
Skilful Swashbuckler – You can trade Panache for a bonus to your skills
Superior Deeds – You may re-roll any dice roll related to Deeds
Swashbucklers Charm – Social rolls are now a bit easier

Available at Drivethru now (product link) and d20pfsrd.com and Paizo online stores soon (store links)

Fantastic Feats Volume 51 – Warpriest

“Yes my homeland is what you call a frozen wasteland. But to me it is a land of power, of strength, of courage and most importantly, to me at least, it is the home of my gods and they are full of wrath which they will unleash if you don’t let me pass… ”
Flegar Wolfsson,
Grand Warpriest of the North

Features feats for the Warpriest, the potent combination of cleric and fighter.

Divine Aim – Sacred Weapon can now be improved if you sacrifice energy
Divine Armour – Sacrifice a spell for a bonus to your AC
Divine Attack – Sacrifice a spell to gain a bonus to your minimum damage
Divine Luck – Give up a spell for a general bonus yo your dice rolls
Divine Power – You gain +1 to your effective level for determining level based effects
Divine Rage – Gain a bonus to certai damage and attack rolls
Greater Blessings – Gain a bonus to your Blessings when you sacrifice a spell
Greater Channel Energy – Gain a bonus to damage or healing when using channel energy
Sacred Protection – Sacrifice a spell for a bonus to a saving throw.
Warface – Those attacking you suffer a penalty

Available at Drivethru now (product link) and d20pfsrd.com and Paizo online stores soon (store links)

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Fantastic Feats Volume 39 Gunslinger Preview – Gritty Aim

To fill in the gap on this Tuesday, here’s a preview of something from an upcoming product , namely from the Fantastic Feats series, volume 39 which will be about the Gunslinger prestige class.

Gritty Aim

“Looking down the barrel, taking aim at your target, then pulling the trigger…there is no feeling like it in the world”

Gravel  Longshot,

Interview with a Gunslinger

Prerequisites

1st level

Benefit

As long as the Gunslinger has 1 grit point, anything they are shooting at that requires an AC check is treated as having a AC penalty of -2 applied to it.

This covers normal shooting and anything else that requires the Gunslinger to beat an AC number, such as Scoot Unattended Object.

Special

Can be taken multiple times, increasing the minimum level requirements by +3 each time.

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Fantastic Feats Sample – Stupid & Overpowered- Silly Voice

 Silly Voice

Intro

You can alter your voice to be silly, either a higher pitch or a deeper one.

Children can find this rather amusing or scary.

Prerequisites

Being able to talk and breathe

Benefit

You voice changes slightly. It also sounds silly and fake. Handy for children’s parties or stupid impressions.

Special

The voice you choose, either higher or lower, does not sound like a normal voice. Trying to use this feat in a situation where you do not wish for your normal voice to be recognised, will actually make you MORE memorable, as the voice is rather distinctive.

 

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Fantastic Feats Sample – Stupid & Overpowered – Shoot him instead!

Shoot him instead!

Intro

Being the evil overlord that you are, you can sacrifice a minion to “take an arrow” in your place. Or a spell, or anything else really that may cause damage

Prerequisites

Evil alignment, a handy minion within 5 feet, like a goblin

Benefit

As long as you have a minion within a 5 foot radius, you may after roll to hits have been made or targets declared, sacrifice the minion to “take one for the team”.

Special

If no minion is present, then at the GMs discretion, a PC may be substituted instead.

 

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