Zeno's Lemma (3.5e Maneuver)

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Author: Havvy (talk)
Date Created: December 11th, 2010
Status: First Draft
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Zeno's Lemma
Infinite Lotus (Rush)
Level: 2
Initiation Action: Move
Range: Medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./initiator level)
Target: 1 creature or object
Duration: Instantaneous
Saving Throw: None

One of Zeno's more commonly-known paradoxes attempted to show that you could never get anywhere because you were always closing half of the distance between yourself and where you wanted to be. Since you only ever closed half the distance, you never actually got there as there was always the other half distance to traverse. Half of the distance is still a nice step forward though...

You move to the space halfway between your starting position and your target, rounding down to the nearest 5ft. You do not provoke attacks of opportunity for this movement. If you may not move through a space, you stop at the last space you may move through.

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Havvy's Homebrew (191 Articles)
AuthorHavvy +
DisciplineInfinite Lotus +
Identifier3.5e Maneuver +
Level2 +
Rated ByFoxwarrior +
RatingRating Pending +
SummaryMove halfway towards target, never quite reaching. +
TitleZeno's Lemma +
TypeRush +