Full moon stance (3.5 Feat)

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Full Moon Stance [Fighter, Tactical][edit]

You have practiced the art of iaido and can use it's style offensively and defensively.
Benefit: With this tactical feat you can do four separate things when you have your weapon sheathed and an opponent attacks you.

Counterstroke:If an opponent attacks you and misses while your weapon is sheathed you can make an attack of opportunity against that opponent as an immediate action, this can only be used once per round. Your weapon is sheathed after your attack.

Breakthrough:When you hit an opponent with Counterstroke you can choose to move to the square behind that opponent as part of your attack (as long as this move is possible), then on your next round that opponent is considered flat-footed against you. If you use Breakthrough you cannot use Bladeslaughter or Premeditation. As Counterstroke, this can only be used once per round

Bladeslaughter:When you hit an opponent with Counterstroke you can choose to make two attacks instead of one with both attacks gaining a bonus to damage equal to the number your target missed you by but only if you confirm a critical hit. If you use Bladeslaughter you cannot use Breakthrough or Premeditation. As Counterstroke, this can only be used once per round

Premeditation:You can use Counterstroke as soon as an opponent attempts to attack you by making a Sense Motive check that is higher your opponents attack roll, if you hit your target's turn is immediately over. If you use Premeditation you cannot use Bladeslaughter or Breakthrough. As Counterstroke, this can only be used once per round

Special:A fighter may select this feat as one of his fighter bonus feats.



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