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Perhaps the frustration of missing just fuels your drive to strike the next blow. Perhaps you're possessed of extreme luck in combat, such that any miss just causes a strike to follow more quickly. Perhaps you are blessed by the god of war, and they just won't let you miss too often. Perhaps every miss you make is actually part of a crazy Xanatos plan to trap your foe in one solid hit. Whatever the reason, once you start missing you don't keep it up very long...
Adjusted Accuracy is a feat that grants a bonus to your future attacks when you miss, whether it's against AC or Miss Chance. How it works is up to you!
Read the full text at: Adjusted Accuracy
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