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Complete Dragon Magazine 3. Omitted stats were done so only because they appeared in other books or because in order to use them important information from the article was required. Entries found here have been entered using OCR and proofread. Some issues come from really bad scans in which case entries have been manually transcribed. There has been no change or standardization to the way Feats, Flaws, or Fighting Styles have been listed in the 3. The entries are word for word from the magazine.
The only changes made are to the table listings, which was done to shorten the entry and with the added intent of making them more standardized and readable. This entry is absent if a feat has no prerequisite.
A feat may have more than one prerequisite. Benefit: What the feat enables the character you in the feat description to do. If a character has the same feat more than once, its benefits do not stack unless indicated otherwise in the description. In general, having a feat twice is the same as having it once. Normal: What a character who does not have this feat is limited to or restricted from doing. If not having the feat causes no particular drawback, this entry is absent. Special: Additional facts about the feat that may be helpful when you decide whether to acquire the feat.
Often the listed feat, flaw, or fighting style can be used by any class or race if they meet the prerequisites. I wanted to keep the original target class or race intact so I created this section to reflect this. For instance, even though the feat Backstab is intended for Rogues, it can be taken by any character who has Combat Reflexes as a feat.
Dragon Magazine : Which issue and article the information was taken from. This information is taken from the magazine or reprinted from the appropriate books. I tried to place images near the corresponding feats.
These images all come from Dragon Magazines and have only been altered to clean them up for use in this compilation. Plain and simple: nobody. Im not a graphic artist. I do not design layouts for magazines or newsletters of any sort. While I would love to say who I am, Id rather not be hassled for creating this compilation for the gaming community.
I often go by the name of EldritchHorror or some variation and sometimes can be found as Strider. Some feats did not have a category in brackets indicating what type of feat it was.
These were placed in the [GENERAL] category unless it was obvious as to which category it belonged based on the article from which it came. Prerequisite: A minimum ability score, another feat or feats, a minimum base attack bonus, a minimum number of.
These feats twist and reshape your form, and you become alien in appearance. A character who has selected at least one aberrant feat gains an inhuman, unsettling presence.
You take a 1 penalty on Diplomacy, Disguise, Gather Information, Handle Animal, and wild empathy checks for every aberrant feat you possess 2 with two feats, 3 with three feats, and so on. Some aberrant feats have an additional cumulative effect based on your total number of aberrant feats. This accumulation increases as you gain additional aberrant feats. For example, a character with Aberration Blood who selects Durable Form gains 4 hit points two for each aberrant feat he possesses.
If he later selects Bestial Hide, he gains another 2 hit points in addition to the normal benefit of Bestial Hide. While one feature is especially noteworthy, you might have any number of purely cosmetic oddities. Unusual skin, hair, and eye colors are common as are strange rashes or web of scars. The form of a warped feature is up to you and the DM. It might be out of proportion, or it might be truly monstrous in nature.
Benefit: You gain a physical feature that grants you a racial bonus on one type of check or action. The bonus must be chosen from the following list. If you have disturbing sores and successfully save against a disease by 3 or fewer points, you avoid its effects.
You may only take this feat at 1st level. The inevitable results of this mixing can be seen in the faces of Kali-fiends and, to a lesser extent, tieflings. Over the course of several generations, the fiendish bloodline tends to become diluted until the taint goes completely dormant. In exceptionally rare cases, however, this latent demonic heritage raises its ugly head, causing two otherwise normal mortals to produce a tiefling or even a half-Fiend child.
Yet such births are not the only way that a dormant Abyssal taint can make its presence known. In some cases, this lingering influence manifests later in life, often spontaneously when the character undergoes a stressful period, or when he gains skill or power from other sources.
At such moments, his latent demonic heritage can come to the fore in shocking ways, transforming him into an Abyssal heritor. The manifestation of a dormant demonic heritage is modeled by the Abyssal heritor feats. Unlike vile feats, Abyssal heritor feats are not inherently evil. They are, however, inherently chaotic, since a lawful soul would have difficulty accepting the kind of strange and eldritch changes to the body and mind that such feats impose.
This chaotic bent eventually affects the alignment of the character taking these feats. A character with only one Abyssal heritor feat can be of any alignment, but he immediately becomes chaotic if he wasn't already upon taking a second, unless he possesses the Ordered Chaos feat. A character with multiple Abyssal heritor feats cannot voluntarily change the chaotic aspect of his alignment.
If a magical effect changes his alignment away from chaotic, he loses access to the benefits of his Abyssal heritor feats until his chaotic alignment is restored unless he has Ordered Chaos feat. A character can select an Abyssal heritor feat at any time he can select a general feat. Though some of the more powerful Abyssal heritor feats require lesser feats as prerequisites, a character need not have established a demonic heritage before taking the basic ones.
As soon as he actually selects an Abyssal heritor feat, however, he can no longer deny the existence of some sinister event in his family's past. The benefits of many Abyssal heritor feats actually improve as the character takes more of them. Doing so, however, helps to cement the character's chaotic alignment and link with demonkind.
Abyssal heritor feats do not come without penalties. The deformity such a feat inflicts on the mind and body imposes a -2 penalty on checks made with a particular skill designated in the feat description. Other heritor feats corresponding to planes other than the Abyss might certainly exist, although they are beyond the scope of this text.
The duration of this supernatural effect lasts a number of minutes equal to your Charisma bonus. Special: Your self-absorbed nature makes you ill aware of your immediate surroundings. Consequently, you take a -2 penalty on Spot checks. Log in Get Started. Download for free Report this document. Embed Size px x x x x Transcript of Complete Dragon Magazine 3.
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Welcome to the world of Imports Dragon! Dragon Ball; dragon ball The book is a compilation of articles from Dragon magazine from June through March Its companion publication for Dungeon Masters is Dungeon magazine. Kask, The Dragon Vol. TSR, Inc. Dungeon Magazine … It was reviewed by the online version of Pyramid on November 25,
We depend on our readers to keep running. Become a patron or learn more. Wizards, clerics, and other spellcasters were the kings of town, and martial classes were the peasants beneath their feat. Fifth Edition has the same problem. Spellcasters are still by far the most powerful, and martial classes are still sad. That certainly sounds balanced.
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A well-rounded party of characters requires a variety of abilities offered by the classes found within the game. These classes have appeared as character classes in the core books of multiple published editions:. The release of Unearthed Arcana in , for instance, introduced the new at the time base class of Barbarian and reworked Paladins to be a type of the new base class Cavalier.
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