Hello! I searched, and saw some things on the topic, but nothing clearly definitive.
I just wanted to get some clarification on how the goblin cleaver feat interacts with a fighter with greater cleave.
Feats character has;
improved cleaving finish
with these feats can I; greater cleave every sized small creature i threaten? (Seems like a yes, according to goblin cleaver + great cleave)
do i get to interrupt my cleave attacks with the improved cleaving finish if i drop one? (i.e. cleave goblin A - drop him- improved cleave finish goblin b, use next greater cleave attack on goblin b -drop him- use improved cleaving finish on goblin C, and great cleave into goblin C?
All the while ignoring the adjacent clause of cleave and great cleave due to meeting the prereqs of goblin cleaver? (cleaving enemies smaller than myself)
Is there anything stopping me from using improved cleaving finish to waterfall effects? It seems I could really just pick any target as long as in my reach, attack it with greater cleave (once per round) and then if i drop anything improved cleave finish.
Can i use my improved cleave finish multiple times on same opponent? (use greater cleave on target a, drop target a, improved cleave B, greater cleave C -drop C- improved cleave finish B again?
I have seen "bag of rats" mentioned, and would not be cleaving rats to get number of attacks on one guy tho.
Sorry if this seems a little rambling, but I hope you get the gist of my ideas on the subject.