Taiji Mastery (3.5e Feat)
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 Taiji Mastery [Combat Form]
You have mastered the Taiji circle, making your Ki stronger when your Combat Focus is active.
While your Combat Focus is active, you gain a +1 bonus to your effective monk level to determine the level-dependent benefits of all class specials that you possess and the Stunning Fist feat (if you have it).
If you have five or more Combat Form feats, the bonus increases to +2.
A fighter may select Taiji Mastery as one of his fighter bonus feats.
This feat applies to all monk class specials that are gained once and have a level-dependent benefit, such as the amount of hp you can heal with Wholeness of Body. It does not apply to class specials that you gain step by step at given levels, such as Unarmed Damage and Slow Fall.