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Strike of Limitless Possibility (3.5e Coin's Edge Maneuver)

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Created By
The Demented One
Date Created: 3/21/2008
Status: Complete
Editing: Please feel free to edit constructively!


{{#set:Summary=Make 20 attacks, with rolls ranging from 1 to 20. }} {{#set:Discipline=Coin's Edge|Type=Strike}}

Strike of Limitless Possibility
Coin's Edge (Strike)
Level: Level::9
Prerequisite: Four Coin's Edge maneuvers
Initiation Action: 1 full-round action
Range: Melee
Target: One creature

The ultimate art of the Coin’s Edge discipline, the strike of limitless possibility – also known as the sword of many edges or unlimited blade works – does not manifest just the best of all possible strikes, but all of them.

As you make a single attack, your sword seems to become blurred, surrounded by echoes of possible strikes. You make 20 melee attacks against a single creature, but do not make attack rolls for any of them. Instead, each attack is treated as having an attack roll equal to its number in the order, and you add any other bonuses to attack rolls you may have to that number – for example, the first attack is treated as having a roll of 1, the second a roll of 2, and the last a roll of 20. In addition, you take a -5 penalty on each attack.

Attacks made as part of a strike of limitless possibility do not threaten critical hits. The 1 and 20 results are not treated as a natural 1 or 20, thus, they do not automatically hit or miss, nor do they trigger results dependant on a natural 20, such as the vorpal weapon ability. This maneuver is a supernatural ability.



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