Powerstance (3.5e Feat)

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Author: Eiji-kun (talk)
Date Created: 9-25-14
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Powerstance [Fighter] The ranger adjusted his stance, and began swinging his blades in unison, with strange and rapid combos that almost seemed like one continuous long blade.Prerequisites: Two-Weapon FightingBenefit: As a free action you can enter a "powerstance" while you are wielding two weapons. In this stance you don't get the additional attacks from two-weapon fighting but may attack with both weapons as a single attack, dealing the damage of both weapons plus your Strength modifier to each. It counts as a single attack, such as when facing against damage reduction or hardness, and counts as the damage type of both weapons involved. Take the critical threat and multiplier of your main hand weapon to determine the critical of this attack. You can full attack in this way as well. Example: You attack with a holy cold iron warhammer +1 (1d8+1) and an adamantine dagger (1d4). You deal 1d8+1d4+1 damage, plus double your Strength modifier. It counts as bludgeoning, slashing or piercing, adamantine, cold iron, and holy all at the same time.

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Eiji-kun's Homebrew (5580 Articles)
Article BalanceModerate +
AuthorEiji-kun +
Identifier3.5e Feat +
PrerequisiteTwo-Weapon Fighting +
Rated BySulacu + and Ghostwheel +
RatingRating Pending +
SummaryEnter a different two-weapon fighting style which lets you get out more damage at once with fewer attacks. +
TitlePowerstance +
TypeFighter +