Are the Student of War and Duelist prestige classes the only way to constantly use/add intelligence to AC?
Kung Fu Genius
Sources: Dragon #319, Dungeon Compendium Vol. 1
Some styles of martial arts require the student to memorize advanced medical texts and anatomical charts. These styles favor the intellectual over the introspective.
Prerequisite: Int 13, must be gained at or before the first level of the monk class is taken.
Benefit: You use your Intelligence modifier rather than Wisdom for all monk special abilities that normally rely on Wisdom.
Source: Champions of Valor
You have learned that study is just as important as insight to finding enlightenment.
Prerequisite: Int 13, member of Zealots of the Written Word monk order.
Benefit: You can use your Intelligence bonus instead of your Wisdom bonus for determining your monk AC bonus and for determining the save DC against your stunning fist and quivering palm attacks.
You can study your thesis notes for 1 hour to treat your monk level as two higher for determining one of the following monk abilities: unarmed damage, AC bonus, or unarmored speed bonus. This benefit lasts for 24 hours, at which point you can study your notes again to gain the same or a different effect. You can't study your notes more than once in any 24-hour period.
Source: The Deft Fighter
You use your Intelligence to enhance your dodge tactics.
Prerequisite: Intelligence Modifier of at least +1
Benefit: You now add your Intelligence Modifier to your Armor Class as a dodge bonus. This bonus is maintained under conditions that you receive your Dexterity bonus to Armor Class. This stacks with other dodge bonuses, unless that other bonus specifies otherwise. You cannot use this feat while wearing any armor with an Armor Check Penalty.
Normal: Without this feat, you cannot add your Intelligence Modifier as dodge bonus to Armor Class.
Source: Ronin - Book One - The Book of Days
In lieu of wearing armor, you learned how to use your wits to time your moves while predicting opponents’ strikes, making their attacks miss more often.
Prerequisites: Int 13, base attack bonus +1.
Benefit: When wearing no armor, you may apply your Int modifier as a dodge bonus to your Armor Class. This improvement stacks with other dodge bonuses, but comes from your base, unaltered Intelligence score, ignoring temporary increases (such as those granted by the fox’s cunning spell). Permanent Intelligence increases, such as those gained through level advancement, do add to this benefit. Likewise temporary ability damage does not affect this feat, but permanent drain does. Any condition making you lose your Dexterity bonus to Armor Class also makes you lose dodge bonuses.
Special: This feat does not stack with Nut’s Wisdom or the bahati (or monk’s) AC Bonus class feature.
Thanks! I'll look into ways to work it into a character of mine.
MadMonkeyMcKnight wrote:Thanks! I'll look into ways to work it into a character of mine.Be aware that NONE of those are paizo rules, so you will definitely need to clear them with your DM before using them.
Well, Dragon Compendium was Paizo published, but it was from the 3.5 days.
Bascaria wrote:Well, Dragon Compendium was Paizo published, but it was from the 3.5 days.MadMonkeyMcKnight wrote:Thanks! I'll look into ways to work it into a character of mine.Be aware that NONE of those are paizo rules, so you will definitely need to clear them with your DM before using them.
Right. None of them are Pathfinder is probably what I should have said.
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