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You probably want to split the cost of a ring of tactical precision (Ultimate Equipment 175) (11,000 gp; 0 lbs.) or two. Your buddy wears the ring for an hour, picks one of his teamwork feats, and gives the ring to you. While you're wearing the ring, for 1 day you can use that teamwork feat your buddy picked. (He doesn't lose the feat or anything, though.) ...


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There are several abilities your ally could take to treat you as having the Teamwork feats. The inquisitor's Solo Tactics class ability, the fighter's Fighter's Tactics advanced weapon training, the cavalier's Tactician ability, and the Holy Tactician archetype paladin's Battlefield Presence class feature all work to give the user the ability to use ...


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I would allow somebody who is using a Versatile weapon to release one hand to cast a spell, I wouldn't let them do it with a full 2H weapon. That's just me though.


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Skirmisher explicitly requires an attack action, and Spring Attack cannot be used in conjunction with anything that requires an attack action. An Editor's Note on D20PFSRD says : Can Vital Strike be used with Spring Attack? Can Vital Strike be used on a charge? No. Vital Strike can only be used as part of an attack action, which is a specific ...


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As the prerequisite is: Three or more natural attacks you can take it with 1 bite and 2 claws.


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You have them both. You choose which one you use. In general, things that overlap are always chosen by the owner (and thus you use whichever is best for the owner).


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Add a skill-based or level-based component Ability checks are hard because you can only do so much to improve your abilities, and since abilities affect so much those improvements are (and should be) expensive. Anything that’s a pure ability check is effectively something you cannot train to be better at, since if you could there should be some skill in ...


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Inspiration The Investigator class (from the Advanced Class Guide) has an ability called Inspiration, which allows them to augment skill and ability checks: An investigator has the ability to augment skill checks and ability checks through his brilliant inspiration. ... As a free action, he can expend one use of inspiration from his pool to add 1d6 to ...


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There are 3 methods of detonations for Remote Bomb: Time, Proximity, and Trigger. Time: bomb explodes after a certain amount of time (up to 1 min/level). Proximity: bomb explodes if anyone touches it. Trigger: bomb explodes when you make an intelligence check (DC 20 + 1/10 feet between you and the bomb). Time can be useful if you know where creatures ...


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The feat Improved Critical is picked for a lone natural attack For the purposes of of the feat Improved Critical, each natural attack seems to be a "new type of weapon." As no further text exists beyond the feat (even the FAQ is silent), examples appear to provide the only proof. Fortunately, there are plenty of examples: From Hell's Heart's addu ...


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Improved critical applies to a given weapon, such claw or bite, not to a weapon group, such as natural weapons. From the text of the feat: Benefit: When using the weapon you selected, your threat range is doubled. Link to SRD: http://www.d20pfsrd.com/feats/combat-feats/improved-critical-combat- I can't find a direct rules quote which states that ...


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Damage is lethal unless indicated otherwise Nothing about the feat Bleeding Attack (né Belier's Bite from Cheliax, Empire of Devils 26) indicates that the feat's benefit interacts at all with nonlethal damage. The benefit of the feat Bleeding Attack simply says, "When you damage an opponent with an unarmed strike, you deal an extra 1d4 bleed damage." That ...


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A creature that gains a feat's benefit only gains the benefit The swordsage's extraordinary ability discipline focus (weapon focus) says that a swordsage "gain[s] the benefit of the Weapon Focus feat for weapons associated with the chosen discipline" (Tome of Battle 16) (emphasis mine). The benefit of the feat Weapon Focus says, "You gain a +1 bonus on all ...


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A swordsage does have bastard sword proficiency, but not the way you mean As a swordsage, you are proficient with [...] martial melee weapons A character can use a bastard sword two-handed as a martial weapon. In effect, the swordsage has “Martial Weapon Proficiency (bastard sword),” but not “Exotic Weapon Proficiency (bastard sword).” This ...


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No. Dragonfire Adept's breath effects do provide some options to deal status effects instead of damage (Sickening Breath, Slow Breath, Weakening Breath, Sleep Breath, Paralyzing Breath), which is compatible with Vow of Peace. But there isn't a breath effect nor feat to deal nonlethal damage. It would be reasonable to house-rule a metabreath feat based on ...


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No, he can't do it- but he can absolutely do something similar at 5th level. If the Paladin was 5th level and possessed the dual wield feat (and thus had the extra attack feature) he could attack versatile for the second attack, because as a Sage Advice on extra attacks said: Extra Attack imposes no limitation on what you use for the attacks. In the ...



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