Talk:Epic Access (3.5e Feat)

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I Don't Understand Balance... Plz help[edit]

I'm kinda thinking that this and Greater Epic Access (3.5e Feat) are overpowered, but I'm not sure, seeing as I've never really played an Epic campaign in my life. I just did this to give my Totemist an extra Chakra bind.

Please tell me if I've screwed up terribly! --For Valor 02:39, 24 March 2010 (UTC)

EDIT: Im going to change that. This would mean:
  • 6th Epic Access
  • 9th The chosen feat 1
  • 12th Greater Access
  • 15th The chosen feat 2
  • 18th The chosen feat 3
This is considered overpowered because now you have 3 epic feats before 21st level. That is very strange indeed. If I were the DM I would tell you No. Your DM may be more forgiving and just abolish your 18th level feat all together. Granting you 2 epic feats before 21st level at the cost of 3 normal feats. Which is strange too. --129.123.212.28 03:01, 24 March 2010 (UTC)
Are two non-epic feats worth an epic feat? Could be overpowered. With Epic feats one can modify abilities and other things a non-epic character cannot do. Maybe this could postpone a feat until one reaches epic? Just an idea. --Green Dragon 03:03, 24 March 2010 (UTC)
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