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I played a PFS game at this past GENCON with a ninja who had a feat or some kind of ability that allowed him to give away his confirmed critical on a creature to a party member who hit during that round. I can't seem to find any such feat or ability that a ninja is able to pick up that says anything about this. Does anyone know what feat or ability I am talking about and what it is called?


Sounds like Butterfly's Sting.


Roberta Yang wrote:
Sounds like Butterfly's Sting.

Awesome thank you so much. I don't know why that didn't show up when i looked at all the feats on that site. I must have clicked the wrong thing.

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