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No. You may only be in one stance at a time, unless you have the 20th level Warblade capstone feature Stance Mastery, or the Master of Nine PrC feature Dual Stance (which can only be employed a limited number of rounds per day)


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When you initiate a maneuver, you expend it for the current encounter, so each of your readied maneuvers can be used once per encounter You expend the maneuver for the combat. Not the maneuver slot. The way I see it, if you could ready 3 of the same maneuver, when you would use any of them, the maneuver would be marked as expended and you wouldn't be ...


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In my opinion... The feat is often overrated. What this feat can do is make the character extraordinarily good at protracted melee. The bonuses involved can get huge, no doubt about that. But it's situational. In order to get the most out of the feat, you usually need to spend at least one round locked in a melee with something else. The problem? A ...


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Stormguard Warrior is an excellent feat – for building a character around Stormguard Warrior can add huge amounts of attack and damage bonuses, but it requires that you be pretty dedicated towards generating attacks of opportunity to not take. Specifically, the feats Karmic StrikeCWar and Robilar’s GambitPHB2 are often used, because these feats allow you to ...


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This Unofficial Tome of Battle Tools page contains a search engine for all maneuvers in the Tome of Battle. "Number of prerequisites" is one of the possible filters. Full maneuver texts are accessible. It also contains indexes by alphabetical order, discipline and maneuver level. Disclosure: I wrote the website.


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Yes, definitely. Pathfinder is based off the 3.5 SRD, with some minor fixes and customizations. Almost anything published for D&D 3.x should work with little to no modification necessary. As for a list of what is/isn't compatible, there was a LOT of material published for 3.x so that's a rather time consuming request.



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