Chapter 5 - Feats

There are obviously quite a few feats that Ken has created over the years. These would go here. Of course, in the decade or so since they were first written up, it was inevitable that some (such as Feint, Riposte, etc.) would eventually be written up and published. We can compare and contrast, and if we like our rules better we can offer it up as an "Alternate Feat" (or whatever).

Additionally, I'm really keen on writing up not so much new Feats per se… but Feat Trees that would reflect the schools of swordfighting that the Italian and German masters of the 14th and 15th centuries developed. I don't think it's fair that the Monk is the only class that gets the "styles of combat" treatment, especially since plate armor did so much to generate a scientific approach to melee combat in Europe.

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