Grounded Horsebreaking Cleave (3.5e Feat)
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Grounded Horsebreaking Cleave [General, Fighter]
You can use Horsebreaking Cleave on targets that are not riding on mounts
Prerequisite: Power Attack, Cleave, Exotic Weapon Proficiency (Horsebreaker), Weapon Focus (Horsebreaker), Strength 24, and Monkey Grip or Powerful Build, Horsebreaker Training, Horsebreaking Cleave
Benefit: When wielding a horsebreaker and fighting creatures that are not riding on mounts, if your attack is enough to kill your first target, you can immediately attack a second target, if in range, as though you were using Cleave. However, you can apply all of the effects of Horsebreaking Cleave to this new target even if they are not riding a mount. You must declare that you are using Grounded Horsebreaking Cleave instead of Cleave before rolling your attack
Normal: The rules and effects of Cleave are applied
Special: Fighters can take Grounded Horsebreaking Cleave as a one of their bonus feats.
Large creatures can eliminate the need for Monkey Grip or Powerful Build.
Creatures of Huge size or larger can eliminate the need for Horsebreaker Training and Monkey Grip/Powerful BuildThe Strongarm Bracers can also substitute for either Monkey Grip of Powerful Build, but if they are somehow neutralized (by dispel magic, antimagic field, Mordenkainen’s Disjunction or the character is not wearing them for some reason), the character will lose access to the feat until he meets the prerequisites again (either putting back on or reactivating the Strongarm Bracers or taking Monkey Grip)