View Full Version : Are there "intuitive attack" equivalents for non-good characters? (3.5)

2008-10-20, 01:25 AM
Say I want my wisdom bonus, rather than STR or DEX, to determine my to-hit bonus for a natural weapon.

Say I have access to many, many books, because someone in my group seems to have spare cash and a need to collect.

Say I've seen "intuitive attack" in "Book of Exalted Deeds", think it looks fantastic, but circumstances make an exalted feat unreachable (circumstances being that I'm lawful neutral, and exalted feats require you to be good, and I like the character how he is more than I like an extra 10% chance to hit).

What is there to do? Any way to make this happen? And bonus points if someone can get Wis or Dex to the damage bonus.

2008-10-20, 02:17 AM
Dex to damage is fairly easy.
Good old ToB is the source. The 'Shadow Blade' feat
Requires one Shadow Hand stance, and you must be in the stance to gain the benefit but there are some rather useful stances.

Of course Natural weapon isn't listed as a Shadow Hand weapon, but unarmed strike is. Same with Tiger Claws, the most animalistic discipline

As for wisdom off the top of my head I'm not sure

2008-10-20, 02:19 AM
Zen Archery (Complete Warrior) will do it for ranged weapons, but not melee.

2008-10-20, 02:20 AM
Rule 0.
Just homebrew it.
I don't think the DM will mind having another way to slash PC's.

2008-10-20, 06:29 AM
Nvm, you said not BoED...

I'd just ask the DM to consider that one can be exalted by a neutral god too.

2008-10-20, 09:16 AM
X to Y thread (http://forums.gleemax.com/showthread.php?t=320889&pp=30).

Every RAW possibility compiled for you.

Shiba Protector (OA) might work. I don't have my books in front of me.

2008-10-20, 11:45 AM
Thanks to all, and especially to Person_Man.

I should really bookmark that thread.