Carnivora Felidae (4e Paragon Path)
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|“||My strength is unparalleled, my speed unmatched and my hunger unquenchable.||”|
|—Akina Shadowtail, Hito-Neko Barbarian, A small child watching Akina Shadowtail eviscerating several giants before disappearing off the edge of a cliff.|
"Deep within the core of their being all Hito-Neko hold a love for the hunt. No matter how far they may stray from their wild roots it always calls to them on some primal level. The joy of their powerful bodies in motion, the pride in pinning a creature helplessly to the ground or the deep satisfaction of the kill. That is the true nature of the Hito-Neko, the true nature of a predator born. Those who are capable of truly grasping their inner hunter are known as the Carnivora Felidae. They possess the ability to charge across battlefields and hold their enemies down ensuring there is no escape. The wild beast within enjoys the chase but truly delights in the capture. Those caught within the grasp of these ferocious felines rarely live to tell the tale."
Carnivora Felidae Path Features
- Bringing Down the Prey (11th Level): When charging you can choose to make a basic grab attempt instead of an attack. You receive a +5 bonus to this attempt.
- Breakneck Impulse (11th Level): When you spend an action point to make a charge attack you gain +4 AC against opportunity attacks for the duration of the movement.
- No Escape(11th Level): A creature you are grabbing takes a -2 to an escape attempt.
- Punishing Grip (16th Level): Each time a creature you have grabbed fails an escape attempt, it takes damage equal to your 5 + your Dexterity or Strength modifier.
|Extraordinary Senses||Carnivora Felidae Utility 12|
|The power to pin down your prey is nothing if you can't first find it.|
|Effect: Make a perception check with a +5 power bonus. In addition, you can see invisible creatures within 3 squares of you until the end of your next turn.|