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101 Bard Feats (PFRPG) PDF

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Inspire Awe!

101 Bard Feats offers you new options so that the vision you have of your master of lore and song can easily be obtained an explored. It offers support to all of the class archetypes from the Animal Speaker to the Street Peformer. It also offers the options of gaining some these feats though the versatile performance class feature and making use of your rounds of bardic performance as an expendable resource, as well as expending upon the roll of bard beyond his role as artisan but embracing its role as a master of charm and lore.

Brought to you by the same designer of the critically acclaimed 1001 Spells and 101 Feats this product gives you a host of new choices to create the type of bard you want to play without breaking the game.

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Author: Steven D. Russell
Cover Illustration: Mark Hyzer
Pages: 26

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I am very pleased with 101 Bard Feats, and I love the mechanic for some of them to be purchased by substituting the feat for your versatile performance. A couple of the feats are migrated from 101 Magus Feats, I am thinking of Arcane Duelist Assimilation in particular, but it works better for an Arcane Duelist then it does for the Magus. This will be a very good addition to my game.

Thanks.


Saint Bernard wrote:

I am very pleased with 101 Bard Feats, and I love the mechanic for some of them to be purchased by substituting the feat for your versatile performance. A couple of the feats are migrated from 101 Magus Feats, I am thinking of Arcane Duelist Assimilation in particular, but it works better for an Arcane Duelist then it does for the Magus. This will be a very good addition to my game.

Thanks.

Your welcome, did you check the dedication?


Rite Publishing wrote:
Saint Bernard wrote:

I am very pleased with 101 Bard Feats, and I love the mechanic for some of them to be purchased by substituting the feat for your versatile performance. A couple of the feats are migrated from 101 Magus Feats, I am thinking of Arcane Duelist Assimilation in particular, but it works better for an Arcane Duelist then it does for the Magus. This will be a very good addition to my game.

Thanks.

Your welcome, did you check the dedication?

Wow, to say I am in shock is an understatement. That is quite an honor.


And reviewed here, on DTRPG and sent to GMS magazine! Congratulations, kudos and respect - this pdf was a joy to review and read!


Endzeitgeist wrote:
And reviewed here, on DTRPG and sent to GMS magazine! Congratulations, kudos and respect - this pdf was a joy to review and read!

Thanks I enjoyed writing this one, and am glad you enjoyed it.


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You're welcome, Steve - this is just an absolutely awesome book and imho the best feat book in the 101-series so far!

Silver Crusade

I already said it on Facebook, but I just need to say again that the content of this book is awesome. Balanced, flavorful, just cool.
I'll be sure to take one or two feats from this supplement for my next character, or for whatever future bard concept I could need !


I have to agree with End. that this is the best feat book in the 10-series so far.


Saint Bernard wrote:
I have to agree with End. that this is the best feat book in the 10-series so far.

I also think this has to do with the fact that the bard has not got a lot of love. I look forward to your review Saint Bernard (hint, hint).


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Pssh, all you bard haters. Bards are awesome.


I have a paper due this Sunday so it will have to wait until next week but I will write you a review for it.


Saint Bernard wrote:
I have a paper due this Sunday so it will have to wait until next week but I will write you a review for it.

Look forward to it.

And cheapy how can we be bard haters, I mean this was bard love :)


Rite Publishing wrote:
Saint Bernard wrote:
I have a paper due this Sunday so it will have to wait until next week but I will write you a review for it.

Look forward to it.

And cheapy how can we be bard haters, I mean this was bard love :)

Unlike Cheapy and myself, a lot of people think the bard is a weak class and not cool like the barbarian or wizard. 101 Bard Feats is the most love I have ever seen for bards and unlike the Complete Bard balanced.


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Between Endzeitgeist's glowing review and that fact that I am currently playing a (crazy) Bard. I will be sure to look into this soon.

It is currently in the shopping cart, but I have to wait for the money to be there. Once I've got it, I will try to get a review done.

I'm hoping that I am able to get a bunch of reviews done in the next month and a half. We'll see...

-Aaron


Aaron, I'm looking forward to seeing your take on this book and your other reviews. :)


Itchy wrote:

Between Endzeitgeist's glowing review and that fact that I am currently playing a (crazy) Bard. I will be sure to look into this soon.

It is currently in the shopping cart, but I have to wait for the money to be there. Once I've got it, I will try to get a review done.

I'm hoping that I am able to get a bunch of reviews done in the next month and a half. We'll see...

-Aaron

I am also looking forward to it.


Finally kept my promise and reviewed this. I still think this is a great product and hope you sell enough to justify more class specific 101 Feat books.


Any chance there will be a Hero Lab file for this and the other 101 Feat books?


I plugged this book in another thread. The person was looking for a way to combine Bladethrist with Inspire Courage, so I suggested Quicken Thirst as a method. I still stand by my orginal assessment, this is a great supplement and needs to be a part of any bard players material.


Thanks for the review, as always I will pass it along to our Hero Lab folks but they are volunteers so no promises.

Steve.

Silver Crusade

I have one question about Anchor Performance: how would it work for a prankster bard using the mock class feature ? Would the range of the effect be expanded to 90 feet around the performance's new center point ? Wouldn't the creatures still need to perceive the bard's actions ? Would the recipient of the performance become the target other creatures must hit for the performance to stop ?


Maxximilius wrote:
I have one question about Anchor Performance: how would it work for a prankster bard using the mock class feature ?

it would cause the mock class feature to emanate from the anchor.

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Would the range of the effect be expanded to 90 feet around the performance's new center point ?

I don't understand your question you peformance range is not change so its still 90 ft from the anchor, you must still be within 30 ft of the anchor when you start the peformance, and you cannot move more than 60 ft away from it.

Quote:
Wouldn't the creatures still need to perceive the bard's actions ?

the creature would percieve your audible mocking as coming from the anchor.

Quote:
Would the recipient of the performance become the target other creatures must hit for the performance to stop ?

yes, though if you doing it on an attended object it would only have to hit the creature attending the object.

Silver Crusade

Rite Publishing wrote:
Maxximilius wrote:
I have one question about Anchor Performance: how would it work for a prankster bard using the mock class feature ?

it would cause the mock class feature to emanate from the anchor.

Quote:
Would the range of the effect be expanded to 90 feet around the performance's new center point ?

I don't understand your question you peformance range is not change so its still 90 ft from the anchor, you must still be within 30 ft of the anchor when you start the peformance, and you cannot move more than 60 ft away from it.

Quote:
Wouldn't the creatures still need to perceive the bard's actions ?

the creature would percieve your audible mocking as coming from the anchor.

Quote:
Would the recipient of the performance become the target other creatures must hit for the performance to stop ?
yes, though if you doing it on an attended object it would only have to hit the creature attending the object.

Thanks for the answers ! My question was a bit tricky since it is hard to understand how to apply this feat upon this specific performance - it seems pretty powerful when used in this fashion. You may want to add a mention like "if the targeted item is destroyed, or left unattended by it's owner after the performance has been anchored, the performance snaps back to your own location"; otherwise, I could basically anchor Mock on a target, in the sense that affected enemies may not offset the penalties without putting ME down or striking their own ally out of anger. :)


Or I could just have faith in GM adjudication :) I get your point though, I would have the performance end rather than snap back to your location.

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