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In Combat! Hee-Hah!

Posted in pathfinder, rpg by trashcondor on 2 May 2013

In Pathfinder it has – for a while now – been a gripe of mine that there aren’t really many good Move Actions to do in combat. Sure… there is actually moving, which is pretty important, but as a rule getting that full-round attack with all the trimmings (possibly haste or/and two-weapon fighting) is the way to go. The primary go-to for useful other move actions would be Improved Feint, that allows feinting to be done as a move action. Not bad, but rather rarely used. I figure this is the realm for custom feats, so I present Combat Intuition. Let me know what you think:

Combat Intuition

You’re good at making the most out of combat situations.
Prerequisites: Wis 13
Benefit: After you hit with a melee attack you may, as a move action, perform any combat maneuver against that target. The maneuver provokes as normal.

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  1. Timothy Karl Sebastian Makin said, on 2 May 2013 at 10:42 pm

    Doesn’t this feat stop being useful as you start gaining attacks for a high BAB?

  2. trashcondor said, on 3 May 2013 at 12:18 am

    Not for me it doesn’t. Even at 11 BAB I’d rather take one attack, then do a (full BAB) bullrush/grapple/steal/whatever. The -10 attack is really just to roll a 18+. Then consider that you can start building for Standard-Attack specialities, like Great Cleave and the Vital Strike feat chain. Vital Strike by itself is only so-so unless you are a feat-rich fighter; but with Combat Intuition you can justify it by having a potent move action option.

  3. Timothy Karl Sebastian Makin said, on 3 May 2013 at 12:37 am

    Ah, okay okay.

    • trashcondor said, on 3 May 2013 at 12:39 am

      Is it just me… or did your face change in the last 2 hours?? o.O

  4. Timothy Karl Sebastian Makin said, on 12 May 2013 at 2:04 am

    I’m a shape changer. It’s the same me.

    • trashcondor said, on 12 May 2013 at 2:05 am

      You obviously take your roleplaying seriously ;)


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