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101 Renegade Class Feats (PFRPG) PDF

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New Feats for 3rd Party Publisher Classes!

101 Renegade Class Feats will give you—yes, you guessed it—101 new feats for 14 classes that were created using the Pathfinder Compatiblity License by third party publishers so that you can make the most out of the most radical and revolutionary designs available for your Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

Each class is given at least 7 new feats in this product. The classes supported by this product are as follows:

  • Rite Publishing: Divine channeler, taskshaper, luckbringer
  • Super Genius Games: Armiger, dragonrider, godling, time thief, vanguard, warmaster, witch hunter
  • 0one Games: Gutter mage
  • 4 Winds Fantasy Gaming: Gladiator
  • Paizo Fans United: Wolf shifter
  • Green Ronin Publishing: Corsair

Authors: Steve "Qwilion" Russell, Jonathan McAnulty, Mark Radle
Artists: Mark Hyzer, Joe Calkins, Giordano Pranzoni, Arthur Rackham, Jean-Léon Gérôme, Howard Pyle
Pages: 16

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A great support for 3rd party publishers

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When Rite Publishing put this out I was all over it, the concept of a 3rd party publisher supporting the works of other publishers was nothing short of brilliant.

I have used this already for the Godling, Luckbringer, Wolfshifter and Time Thief.

It has me asking for Øone Roleplaying Games to release the Guttermage as a solo PDF I'd buy it in a heart beat.

The only flaw in the book was some of the Genius Characters were given feats that they already had but it was far from being a deal breaker.

If you like 3rd party material do your self a favor but this book. Show Rite Publishing and all the 3rd Party guys out there that supporting each other is a good thing.

The book was well done, it has been used at my table, it supports other 3rd party publishers. A couple of errors in feats that were duplicated...

My rating a solid 4 Stars

If you liked the classes listed this makes them better.

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101 Renegade Class Feats by Rite Publishing

This product is 21 pages long. It starts with a cover and credits. (2 pages)

101 Class Feats (16 pages)
This has new class feats for fourteen 3pp classes.
Armiger by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, Counter Assault was my fav for them. It allows the PC to counter all attacks against it from one enemy.
Corsair by Green Ronin – 7 new feats, Greater Dirty Fighting was my fav feat. It allows the PC to add a condition on a dirty fighting attack such as blinded etc.
Divine Channeler by Rite Publishing – 9 new feats, Efficacious Channeling feat adds a +1 to the die of channeling and the DC.
Dragon Rider by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, Steed Breath, gain a breath weapon like your steed.
Gladiator by 4 Wind Fantasy Gaming – 7 new feats, Signature Finishing Move, if you do complete all parts of your Signature Move you do bonus damage.
Godling by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, I don't have any of these books so can't really pick a feat as I am not sure how effective or good they are.
Guttermage by 0one Games – 7 new feats, Guttermage Kiss, this feats is a curse that causes vermin to flock to the target.
Luckbringer by Rite Publishing – 7 new feats, Improved Narrow Escape, allows the PC to use Narrow Escape more often.
Taskshaper by Rite Publishing – 7 new feats, Baleful Touch, with a touch you can cast Baleful Polymorph.
Time Thief by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, Steal Mote of Time, lets a PC steal motes of time from foes which just is a way for a Time Thief to recharge.
Vanguard by Super Genius Games – 8 new feats, Arcane Defense, spend a spell to gain extra AC.
The War Master by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, Tactical Teamwork, cause one alley to know a teamwork feat that the another alley has.
Witch Hunter by Super Genius Games – 7 new feats, Spell Anthema, causes the target to lose their highest level spell or spell like ability for the day.
Wolf Shifter by Paizo Fans United – 7 new feats, Essence of the Beast, allowed to pick other animals other than a wolf.

It ends with a OGL and ads. (3 page)

Closing thoughts. The art work is a mix of color and black and white, it ranges from ok to pretty good. Editing and layout is good I didn't notice any errors. The book does a good job of adding some new feats to the classes to help add to them and expand on them. Some of the feats could be used by anyone but most are limited to that class or similar classes, such as time thief and time warden able to use most of the new time thief feats. Most of the feats was just ways to improve or add extra special abilities the classes have. I thought some of the feats where on the strong side perhaps to strong. Most of them where perfectly fine. What I think the book does best is expand those classes and likely make people interested in some of the classes they don't own. For me it was the Corsair. So what's my rating? I thought it was a good book but not perfect. I am giving it a 4 star rating.

Trust me, I'm a Succubus.

4.5 stars - Great support for a lot cool classes with some subpar feats in-betwe

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This pdf is 21 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page SRD and 2 pages of advertisement, leaving 16 pages of content for the new feats.

First of all, let me say that I LOVE the concept of this pdf. Providing support for some of the best 3pp-classes, regardless of who put them out, is a prime example of the Open Gaming spirit. The fact that Steven D. Russell managed to get the approval to provide the additional content from the respective creators and publishers not only is an example of a great cooperation between 3pps, but also a sign of class for anyone involved. On behalf of 3pp-fans out there - thank you!

Thankfully, I own most, but not all of the sourcebooks for which the feats are written, I hope to be sufficiently competent with regards to reviewing this. I'll go through the contents class by class, starting with Super Genius Games' Armiger.

The Armiger is an interesting class that takes some unique approaches in being a martial class that tries to be incredibly tough. While the strength of the class, its incredible toughness, make it seem rather powerful, I do like the concept of the class, though I still maintain that they have to be handled with care. 7 new feats for the armiger are herein, two of which are tactical gold: Counter Assault lets you, as a full-attack action cancel out all melee attacks of a foe for one round and prevent said foe from escaping, all with rock-solid mechanics. The ability to partially use a targeted redirection of effects that cause Ref-saves is another feat that is elegantly designed, well-written and makes for extremely iconic situations. The armiger class benefits quite a bit from these feats, adding some neat iconic stunts to pull off for the tanks.

Next up is Green Ronin's Corsair-class from the Freeport Companion with 7 new feats. I'm a Freeport-fanboy. I own ALL the adventures. Even the rare bad ones. The Corsair is an excellent class and the feats capture the iconic feeling of playing a swashbuckling pirate. Many of the feats center on interesting ways to use the Corsair's Luck class feature - "Flesh Wound", for example, lets you heal a limited amount of your own damage due to the wounds being only minor flesh-wounds, while "Better you the me" enables you to exchange places with an ally to make them take the hit for an attack/effect 3/day. Neat feats!

The Divine Channeler, one of my favorite 3pp-divine classes has seen a lot of support from its author Jonathan McAnulty in the different issues of Pathways and this book also offers some love for this great class and the 9 new feats..well, they are awesome. From the ability to sheathe yourself in negative or positive energy, it is 2 feats that really open new tactical options - the ability to delay a channeling effect by creating a node of energy and one to even imbue this energy in your allies as a kind of minor contingency - the options make for new and exciting tactical options.

The next class featured is Super Genius Games' Dragon Rider, who gets 7 new feats. I have to come clear with regards to this class. I don't own the Genius Guide to the Dragon Rider, primarily because I like my dragons as epic wyrms and personally don't like the idea of having a PC with a dragon mount. And yeah, while I like villains with dragon mounts, I don't enjoy heroes going this route. That being said, the feats, as far as I can glean, are interesting and could be salvaged for other companion/mount-centric classes. From the ability to shield other between rider and mount to the ability to instantly summon the mount to the iconic feat to short-way teleport and exchange positions with helpless creatures, the heroic aspect of diving to the rescue of others on your draconic ally are well-presented. The rider can even gain access to the dragon's breath weapon, making these feats interesting choices as far as I can tell.

The second class I don't have access to is 4 Wind Fantasy Gaming's Gladiator from the Paths of Power book and I have to say that the feats made me VERY intrigued indeed in the class and the book. Taking inspiration from not only traditional gladiatorial sports, but also from the present's equivalent, professional wrestling. There is a feat that lets you build up 2 personas and split reputations between them/have face and heel reputations, a feat that lets you determine the exact amounts of non-lethal damage you deal without penalty (GOLD) and even again devastating signature finishing moves. You know that feats are well-written when they make you anxious to check out the class they're for.

Super Genius Games' Godlings probably need no introduction for the most of you - for those who do not know, they are essentially mortals descended from gods in the style of e.g. Herakles and by now have 4 different base-class iterations. They also constitute one of my favorite SGG-classes out there in fluff and mechanics. The feats herein are interesting and add to the divine heritage of the godlings by providing the ability t grant minor bonuses to their allies, requiring less sleep, impart a fraction of their divinity in their allies and, coolest of all lets you gain a subdomain's powers in addition to you lineage domain's power. Excellent and could easily be modified to make a feat from to get access to an exalted domain instead. (Require the feat and substitute the domain's lineage ability with the exalted domain's ability.) Nice and makes an already awesome class more versatile. However, there is a reprint of the extra scion talent, which is a minor bummer.

0onegames is up next, to be precise, one of the classes from the ennie-award winning "Great City Player's Guide" gets added support. And what kind of support! The glorious Guttermage gets some of the coolest feats herein - From the abilities to expand upon the signature Jinx-abilities to an ability to essentially deal additional barrage damage to foes under negative conditions, the feats rock. I especially loved a jinx that includes kissing and spitting at a foe (Stephen King's Thinner, or similar movies, anyone?) to the ability to perceive magical traps and even grow poisonous pustules that you can pop to debilitate your foes, the Guttermage is disturbing, flavorful and cool.

Next up is one of my favorite classes from RiP, the Luckbringer, who gets 7 feats, mostly centering on gaining more moments of chance, nothing is written and improbable-uses, but also the ability to force rerolls of damage-dice from e.g. a fireball. My favorite feat, though, lets you use hazard to overcome the regeneration of a foe if you're aware of what can overcome the regeneration. I'm a big fan of the luckbringer-class and would have liked to see some more feats to do more heavily modify luckbringer abilities.

The Taskshaper (also by RiP) gets similar feats to expand upon their respective class-ability uses, but personally, I consider their other feats to be a bit more enticing than the Luckbringer's: We get a feat that lets you spend limit amounts of moment of change-usages per day to balefully polymorph your foes, one to make your reaction time faster and one that lets you destabilize your foes via moment of change and thus greatly impede their ability to function - nice and disturbing in its imagery.

The Time Thief by Super Genius Games, one of the prime examples of class-design and another favorite of mine gets some rather interesting new options as well - E.g. the ability to use bolt time via motes and not only aevum and even extend your bolt time over a whole round. The Time Thief also learns to heal her (and her allies) minor wounds via the controlled application of her motes of time. It should be noted that these feats are just as suitable for the equally excellent Time Warden class, enhancing their usability. When all's said and done, though, I wasn't completely blown out of the water by these.

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