So I have been thinking about creating a minotaur monk character. I looked at feats and skills so I could get some general idea where to aim with the build. This particular combination caught my eye.
Does this build grant basically melee invulnerability?
Minotaur with opportunity gore, reach 2 weapon (the only such weapon I managed to find is the spear of Urruk the Brave), boots of adept charging and badge of the berserker for good measure.
Now lets assume that I have no enemies within 2 squares (in my reach).
If enemy wanted to engage me in melee combat, could I just use my opportunity attack the moment he enters the threatening reach 2 radius and use my OA on him. Having the opportunity gore feat, I would instead use gore charge and knocked the enemy prone. Then using my boots I would shift back to the original position, with enemy knocked down and me safely away from him.
Repeating this tactics on any enemy who would want to attack me would prevent anyone from even touching me with a melee attack for as long as I could land my goring charge OA.
Is this strategy legit?
Also: when would the goring charge OA resolve? Would I attack the enemy on the square where he entered my threatening reach area or on the square adjacent to me? (In the second case I could just get second feat goring shove to throw him one square away, effectively blocking any attempts to escape my reach when not shifting first.)