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I remember a web page called the Netbook of Feats that had a huge list of feats for 3.5e. Does anyone know where that went?

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The latest edition of the Netbook of Feats that I can find is Version 12.4, published in May 2007. The official site is down, but you can download the HTML version here:

https://www.adnddownloads.com/en/resource/the-netbook-of-feats-version-124

Take care when using the Netbook of Feats, as not all of these feats are balanced to the same standards as the official material. I once had a character take the feat Bonded Weapon from this netbook, which grants +2 to attack and +1 to damage with one individual weapon, at the cost of -2 when using other weapons. As a high-level fighter specialized in one weapon, Lord Aramil never wielded anything but his own named weapon, and so this feat was very powerful.

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Thank you very much. – Vethor Oct 23 '11 at 5:49
    
A lot of the feats are actually quite weak compared to official feats published later in 3.5. I had a curated list where I tried to straighten up some of the mechanically more cumbersome feats and throw away the less useful ones. – starwed Aug 23 '12 at 22:25

D&D Wiki has the last published version of the Netbook of Feats.

We'd always made some effort to balance the feats but it's a tricky business in 3.5 with so many options and ways to combine things. I think any time you venture outside the core rules for a game you want to be a little self limiting so you keep the game fun for the style of play you are doing.

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