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Thank you for the compliments!
As a heads-up to purchasers, I made a small correction in the benefits under Old School Fighter. Due to the abundance of big, tough monsters who have a higher Hit Die value than their Challenge Rating, I altered things to key off of opponents with a CR 3 less than one's Fighter level rather than 5 less HD than one's Fighter level.
It is more what I had in mind regarding the feat, of a skilled warrior getting in free strikes against lumbering and poorly-trained opponents, even ones much larger than himself.
I made a list of minor changes and errata to the product. For those who previously purchased the product, download it again for the updated version.
Changed Elemental Energy Strike to work with any magic weapon, and not just melee.
Changed Scourge of the Battlefield from any four Critical feats to any two.
Added an additional entry to Strength of the Titan where the effective size category increase allows you to wield larger weapons.
Allow characters with the Undead Slayer feat to deal bleed, paralysis, stunning effects, and ability score damage against creatures of the undead type. This replaces the text which allows you to deal critical hits against undead, for you can do that normally in Pathfinder.
So, I'm talking over the "Meager Living" feat with my group, and we're considering changing the limitation on it. As it is, a person could toss a ton of enhancements on a single item. Instead, we're considering putting a GP cap on the number of permanent magic items a PC can have. Any thoughts on how this would affect the feat?