Parched Path (3.5e Feat)
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Dance Styles for the Gemini Dancer: Includes lesser, improved, and greater in each. Any save DCs are equal to 10 + half the Gemini dancer's class level + her charisma modifier.
Parched Path, Lesser [Dance Style]:
The desert is eternal, dry, deadly, endless and beautiful. Why should you not be the same?
Gemini Dance, BAB +3, heat resistance (SS)
When Dancing, a Gemini Dancer with this feat may raise the heat level of the area around her by one temperature band. she is immune to the increased danger she creates, but not to the heat hazards that were already there. For information on heat hazards, see the DMG or SS handbooks.
Parched Path, Improved [Dance Style]:
Improved Gemini Dance, Parched Path (lesser)
When Dancing, a Gemini Dancer with this feat becomes immune to heat dangers in any temperature band lower than "unearthly heat". She also leaves a trail of sand where she dances. Every square she passes through during a dance becomes filled with soft sand. This sand is slippery and forces any other creature passing over it to make a balance check (DC 10+half ranks in perform (dance)) or fall prone. At the end of a dance, all sand disappears. This sand is enough to qualify to use feats from SS that require sand underfoot.
Parched Path, Greater [Dance Style]:
Greater Gemini Dance, Parched Path (improved)
When dancing, a Gemini Dancer with this feat controls the desert winds around her. She causes the sand she leaves in her path to pick up sand and spin in the air. Any creature within 10' feat of the Gemini Dancer must make a reflex save or take 1d6 damage from the abrasive sand and be blinded for 1d4 rounds. Squares with sand in them are not emptied by this ability. If this feat is used over a patch of natural sand (not gained from the improve dance style ability), the damage on a failed saving throw increase by 1d6 damage.