Shundo Jutsu (5e Feat)

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Shundo jutsu[edit]

Prerequisites: Dexterity 13 or Higher
You have mastered a form of movement that makes you seem like you're blinking from place to place. With your feet, you grab hold of the earth beneath you, and spending 15 feet of your movement speed, move up to 20 feet on a straight line. You can chose when to stop,but you can't change directions while using a shundo. The shundo only triggers opportunity attacks if the hostile creature knows how it works and has a Dexterity score equal to, or higher than yours. When you get to the 13th character level you can use the shundo on any surface and even on thin air.


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