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These feats are converted directly from source material in The Book of Exalted Deeds, a resource book for good characters in D&D 3.5 Edition. Some feats have been combined or adjusted to match the potency of 5E feats, but we've done our best to stay true to the themes of the source material when changes were necessary. For an in-depth analysis of goodness and how to play it, refer to Chapter 1: “The Nature of Good” in The Book of Exalted Deeds (3.5 Edition).

This material is intended to support players who want to play characters relentlessly devoted to the concepts and causes of goodness. These are the characters who cannot fathom the idea of allowing evil to flourish, to whom noble ends never justify unethical means, and who would sacrifice everything for their ideals. Exalted characters cut no corners in their quests to defend against evil and advance the powers of good. They dedicate their lives to the pursuit of their virtues. Their dedication and devotion are rewarded with access to prowess available only to those sanctified by such good deeds.

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Thomas E February 09, 2019 4:41 am UTC
Hello! Thanks to all of you out there using Exalted Feats in your games. We've gotten a lot of great feedback so far (find us on Twitter @RPGGameBreakers)! We did have an error spotted. On page 9, the first full sentence of the first paragraph should read:

"Roll 1d20 + your proficiency bonus + your Charisma or Wisdom modifier (chosen by the player) and deal 1d8 damage per character level to the weapon if this roll is equal to or higher than the attacker's roll."
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