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ChrisParticipantMarch 21, 2016 at 03:47Post count: 7
And i just realized that this also says that you companion creature needs to have the limb body feature to share a veil.
Which seems like a case of “screw you psicrystals, Psionics doesn’t get nice things”
Seriously, this feat is in so much need of errata.ChrisParticipantFebruary 14, 2016 at 07:04Post count: 7
Looks like someone came back to the power after it was written and decided to nerf it by disallowing the use of claws of the beast in conjunction with other attacks.
As usual for psionics nerfs, it’s kind of a dumb nerf. However, given the already inconsistent and contradictory nature of the 3.5 natural attack rules, I’d say that it’s about par for the course.
Not being a dev, I can’t answer the question officially, but I can tell you that if your DM thinks having a single secondary claw attack from this power to add to your full attack is somehow OP or broken, he is clearly on drugs and should be sent to rehab. Ways of getting extra attacks are a dime a dozen in D&D.ChrisParticipantDecember 6, 2015 at 19:36Post count: 7
In the same book that introduces the Mindblade feats, they also have a variant soulknife wherein they gain the appropriate feats instead of the normal class features. While nothing in the rules specifically says you can’t take levels of soulknife (standard) and take the feats, the feats DO require its previous feats specifically. I do not believe transparency was intended. however, The dev who made that book is a moderator on this forum, so he should be able to tell you for sure.
Of note, Mind Blade feats were NOT intended to work with Mind Blade Kensai feats.
Would that be Untapped Potential?
Thanks for taking the time to answer!