Vanishing Swipe (3.5e Feat)

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Vanishing Swipe [<!-Feat Types (General, Fighter, etc.)->]

You are so swift that all you truly need to do is move- just dragging your weapon through the air will suffice.
Prerequisite: Mobility, Yoma Manipulation, Vanishing Burst, Vanishing Dash, Spring Attack, Dexterity 17, Base Attack Bonus +15
Benefit: When you use this feat, take a move action or a double move action in a straight line. Choose a side of that line (left or right). For every five feet you move, you may attack each foe on that side of the line that you could normally reach, so long as you have not attacked that foe during this movement. Use your highest base attack bonus for these attacks, but apply a -4 penalty to all your attack rolls this round. (If you use this feat more than once in a round, during and after the second use you suffer a -8 penalty, during and after the third use you suffer a -12 penalty, and so on.)



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