Toss (3.5e Feat)
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You may throw an opponent when grappling.
When grappling an opponent and you win an opposed grapple check on your action, you may throw your opponent instead of the usual options. For every 5 points you exceed your opponents grapple check by, you may toss your opponent 5 feet. You may also add 5 feet for each size category you are larger than the opponent. If you succeed by less than 5 you still toss your opponent 5 feet. In this case they have still “fallen” but won’t take damage from the fall.
The victim is considered to have fallen a distance equal to the distance they were thrown. This typically results in falling prone and taking 1d6 points of damage per 10’ fallen. A victim striking a wall or other obstacle will take damage as if they were thrown the full distance. You must be strong enough to lift the victim over your head (their weight cannot exceed your maximum load).
Size is already figured into the grappling roll, but I felt that it didn’t give a realistically large boost to the distance thrown so distance was added without affecting the grapple check.
- Author: Jerry M. Chaney II © Jerry M. Chaney II 2002 This feat is from the NBoF, please see NBoF Credits.
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