Adroit Aegis (3.5e Feat)
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 Adroit Aegis [Combat, General]
You have chosen, despite the fact that you were trained with all standard forms of armor, to forgo the wearing of ANY armor. After years of intensive and exhaustive training methods, devised specifically to hinge your safety on your precious Dexterity, chiefly with methods such as Dodge, you have devised a method to fundamentally skirt enemy assaults, predicatively turning most enemy hits into inconsequential (non-damaging) grazes. You aren't exactly dodging, neither are you absorbing the blows, but something between the two.
When you could be wearing armor, but choose not to wear ANY armor (this includes light, medium, heavy, exotic, and even partial armor, but not clothing), you always gain an actual armor bonus to AC, based on your Base Attack Bonus as follows:
|Base Attack Bonus||Armor Bonus to AC|
|+0 to +4||+4|
|+5 to +9||+5|
|+10 to +14||+6|
|+15 to +19||+7|
|+20 and up||+8|
Any condition that would normally cause a loss of your Dexterity bonus to AC also results in the loss of your armor bonus to your AC . Also, this armor bonus does NOT stack with any other armor bonus, as would be expected of most bonuses.
A fighter may select Adroit Aegis as one of his fighter bonus feats.