I have built an Inquisitor (Sanctified Slayer/Ravener Hunter) took Weapon Mastery for free weapon focus. To get around the missing Point Blank Master, I instead went in the Empty Quiver Style feat tree. As a human you can get the first feat as early as level 5. I gave the Ranger in my party a run for their money.
Well, the best AOO build I can think of is a mounted half-elf reach hunter, using teamwork feats and high crit ranges to get upwards of 12 AOO's out of one AOO. All this combined with the fact that hunter has access to a bunch of stuff that boosts AOO's (Like paired oppurtunist, snake animal focus and outflank+pack flanking) means that most of those attacks will be hitting at around +25.
Sorry for the necro thread, but can I please see this AOO build?
Have you looked at a vanilla Samurai? Weapon Expertise (Ex): At 3rd level, a samurai gains an unparalleled expertise with his chosen weapons. At 3rd level, the samurai selects either the katana, longbow, naginata, or wakizashi. The samurai can draw the selected weapon as a free action as if he had the Quick Draw feat. In addition, whenever he threatens a critical hit with the selected weapon, he gains a +2 bonus on the confirmation roll. Finally, his samurai levels count as fighter levels and stack with any fighter levels he possesses for the purposes of meeting the prerequisites for feats that specifically select his chosen weapon, such as Weapon Specialization.
I am reading this thread and was wondering. As per RAW brawler's flurry gives the brawler the TWF feat with unarmed, close and monk weapons. So if someone uses Versatile Design (Close Weapon Group) to a 2H weapon like a greatsword. Can you use brawler's flurry with it? You are not wielding two weapons.