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9 New Feats

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(Note these are now included in my Compendium of Feats)

Nine more new feats that can be incorporated into 5e D&D on agreement with your DM: 

  • Bonded companion: You have spent your time bonding with and training your creature (ie. pet, animal companion, familiar, steed...) to enhance their abilities. Your connection with them becomes so strong that you feel their pain and they feel yours.
  • After bonding with a companion you can use future feats to bond further:
    • Bond of tooth & claw:  You have trained with your creature to enhance it's fighting abilities. If it couldn't attack, it now can.
    • Bond of the hunter: You have trained to further enhance your creature's natural instincts to hunt.
    • Bond of arcana: Your creature has been learning from you more than you had ever thought possible and can aid you in casting magic.
    • Bond of spirit: Your creature has a stronger spirit bond that it can use to restore you and keep you alive.
    • Bond of learning: You have taught your creature to do the things that you can do.
    • Bond of true sight: You have taught your creature to find hidden things and see through deception.
  • Cheat: You can use your magic to boost your physical prowess.
  • Dermal Armour:  You have spent so long in your armour that you feel uncomfortable without it. It's a second skin.
  • Glide: You have learned to use magic to glide rather than walk. Lazy, but looks really cool.
  • Helping hand: You use minor cantrip magic to help you improve your skill with tools and kits.
  • Miracle worker: You have trained to disguise your spell casting and make others believe that the things happening around you have nothing to do with you.
  • Multi-tasking: You have trained to compartmentalise your mind and concentrate on multiple things at once.
  • Thrower: You have practiced throwing - you can launch things further and with more accuracy than most.
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Karen M June 20, 2018 3:25 am UTC
I need clarification on your intention for the Bonded Companion feats. Each one has the feature "all attacks increase by 1 point". what does this mean? do they get +1 damage, +1 Attack, or both? Or something else entirely?
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