You get a feat per level. What do you do?


Pathfinder First Edition General Discussion


So, this has been running through my head for a while now, but I want to see what the folks here would think:

You get a feat per level.
Humans get 2 feats starting.
Fighters, after level 4, get 3 FBF feats per level.
All other Martial classes get a FBF every even level, also.

How balanced/imbalanced would this be? What insane things would you do with it?

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Unballanced but interesting as a concept
If I had this I'd go through the style featsp


Quote:

Advanced Class Guide:

Evolved Summoned Monster

Benefit: Each time you cast a summon monster spell, you
can select a 1-point evolution from those available to a
summoner’s eidolon. Your summoned creature gains
this evolution.

Special: You can take this feat multiple times. Each
time you do, select an additional 1–point evolution for one
of your summoned creatures.

I would be summoning monsters with all the evolutions.


Fighter. All my regular feats would be Skill Focus.

It'd be hilarious.

For that matter, most of my characters would probably take a lot of Skill Focus. Or just take Toughness for every feat ever. Yeah, some days I'm like that.


I do something a bit less overpowered in my games. Everyone is permitted to take 2 flaws and 2 additional feats at first level.

I'd probably have to second blahpers idea. A fighter with a buttload of skill focus feats. Probably all in stealth and use magic device, who wears full plate and uses magic items.


Extra [Insert Class Feature Here]. Every. Single. Bonus. Feat.

I would make a Paladin who couldn't die (Extra Lay on Hands - self healing tank), a REALLY spiritual monk (Ki like it is nobodies business), and more hexes than I would know what to do with (everything's at will, suckers!).


I like that! ALL THE GRIT.


Bully demigods.


Extra Rogue Talent -> Terrain Mastery -> Semi-Elemental Plane of Ranch Dressing (Once I run out of the other terrains)


I do something like this for few-member campaigns... Basically, I just say you get a feat at every level, instead of every other level.

With yours however?

Orc... Fighter. Armor Master archetype. Pick up the Deathless tree, Born Alone, Tenacious Survivor, Godless Healing, and whatever other AC/HP boosting options I can get. Don't forget Save bonuses, save re-rolls, and hyper-specialization with some fantastically awesomeness with some high-damaging 18-20 weapon. Naturally, Orc Fighter FCB. Try and kill me you silly dragon, bwahahaha!


Vagabonds. wrote:

So, this has been running through my head for a while now, but I want to see what the folks here would think:

You get a feat per level.
Humans get 2 feats starting.
Fighters, after level 4, get 3 FBF feats per level.
All other Martial classes get a FBF every even level, also.

How balanced/imbalanced would this be? What insane things would you do with it?

I'd make an archer that could actually take feats he wanted in addition to the billion archer feats he needed to work.

The Exchange

id go ninja. take extra ninja trick/rogue talent get them all. skill focuses on top of skill mastery. toughness all the save feats extra traits until i cant do anymore.

1 level dip in barbarian then go straight fighter and take extra rage a few times. then dip rogue 2 levels and take extra rogue talents again. lots of fun stuff to do.

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I think you could just give the bonus feats to the Fighter, and maybe the ROgue, and you'd see a marked pick up in the versatility of their classes.

The other classes don't need the fits. Maybe you could give them a tight feat list to pick from to balance things. But seriously, do you really need a barbarian with ALL the rage powers?

==Aelryinth

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