Talk:Daemonfey Blademaster (4e Feat)

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Yes, if you have a permanent, tiered attack bonus it must be a "feat bonus" to stop it stacking with Expertise.

I did think of an alternative:

"You are trained in two fighting styles. With lightweight blades like daggers, shortswords and rapiers you utilize many fast, twisting strikes that catch surrounding foes off guard. With heavier blades like longswords and falchions you can focus your strikes so long as there are no distractions.

  • You gain a +1 bonus to attack rolls with light blades whilst you are flanked by the enemy.
  • You gain a +1 bonus to attack rolls with heavy blades if no creatures are adjacent to you or your target."

You can have the player choose between light blade or heavy blade if you wish, but I don't think it's necessary (there aren't many classes that would be wielding both at the same time. Would be good for an Executioner) Marasmusine 10:06, 28 April 2012 (MDT)

This is true. Your alternative met the flavor of the race more so in my opinion. however im still trying to think of something similar to xendrik weapon training etc. A racial bonus to damage with a weapon and a proficiency. i just cant think of a weapon that meets standards.

Some races have "weapon training" feats because they are iconic - you think "dwarf" and you think of a dwarf with an axe. If nothing springs to mind when you think of a daemonfey then maybe they shouldn't have one. (Although, how about whips?) Marasmusine 02:17, 29 April 2012 (MDT)
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