Speed and Power (3.5e Feat)

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Speed and Power [<!-Feat Types (General, Fighter, etc.)->]

With much training, you are able to back your speed with raw power- or apply your strength to its utmost with no loss of accuracy.
Prerequisite: Weapon Finesse, Yoma Manipulation, Speed is Power, Base Attack Bonus +9
Benefit: When you use your Weapon Finesse feat with a one-handed or two-handed melee weapon, you apply your Dexterity bonus in addition to your Strength bonus to your attack roll.
Normal: When you use Weapon Finesse, you replace your Strength bonus with your Dexterity bonus for the purposes of attack rolls.

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