Lost Track Fist Kung Fu (Mi Zong Quan Gong Fu) (3.5e Monk Fighting Style)
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 Lost Track Fist Kung Fu (Mi Zong Quan Gong Fu)
-"Raweno 12:18, 5 November 2010 (MDT)"
Mi zong quan is an ancient style of kung fu, utilizing odd, unperdictible movments.
1st-Level Skill Bonus: Bluff.
1st-Level Feat: Combat Expertise.
2nd-Level Feat: Improved Feint.
6th-Level Feat: Supreme Feint*.
6th-Level Bonus Ability: Mi Zong Fa Jin You have mastered Mi Zong Quan's signature Jin pattern, Combining the spiraling Jin of Chen style TaiJi with the whipping power of the Shaolin temple. When ever you hit an opponent that was denied its Dexterity bonus to AC with an unarmed attack, you can roll a Qi power check and add the result to your damage roll, this damage is not mulitplyed if you score a critical hit. you must declare that you are using this power before you make your attack roll, therefore a missed attack ruins the attempt.
You can use this power a number of times per day equal to your Monk level.
Prerequisites: Qi Power (see entry in Shaolin Monk) 4 ranks.
*Marks a homebrew feat by the author, presented below
SUPREME FEINT [GENERAL] You Feint with unmached speed and agility.
Prerequisites: Combat expertise, Improved feint, Improved Unarmed Strike, Base attack bonus +5.
Benefit: You can now feint in combat as a minor action.
Special: You only benefit from this feat if you are unarmed and unarmoured.
A fighter may select Supreme Feint as one of his fighter bonus feats.