Ambidexterity (3.5e Feat)

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Author: Zhenra-Khal (talk)
Date Created: 12/16/2016
Status: Complete
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Ambidexterity [Fighter] After countless hours of training with one hand tied behind your back, or perhaps spending your entire childhood being taught to use both hands equally, both of your arms function properly, without the crippling notion that everyone has a dominant hand.Prerequisites: Dexterity 15+, Strength 13+, Two-Weapon FightingBenefit: You may add your full Strength bonus to damage with your off-hand attacks, and twice your Strength bonus to damage when fighting with a two-handed weapon. Furthermore, you treat one-handed weapons as light weapons for the purposes of determining your penalty with them, and suffer no attack penalty when two-weapon fighting with unarmed strikes. Special: A Fighter may select Ambidexterity as one of her Fighter bonus feats. A Ranger of first level or higher who has chosen the Two-Weapon Fighting combat style is treated as having Ambidexterity, but only while wearing light or no armor.

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Article BalanceHigh +
AuthorZhenra-Khal +
Identifier3.5e Feat +
PrerequisiteDexterity 15+ +, Strength 13+ + and Two-Weapon Fighting +
RatingUndiscussed +
SummaryWhat Ambidexterity from 3.0e should've been. +
TitleAmbidexterity +
TypeFighter +