Re: Whirlybird (New Feat 3.5)
it was just a goofy idea i had last night. what possible reason could a strength oriented race like orcs have for developing and using a double weapon, since two handed weapons are far better for strength oriented characters than 2 weapon fighting. either a. they're stupid, or b. they're so strong they can fly with it.
@high strength. you are using a weapon not designed for flight to generate enough lift to pick up yourself and your gear and fly around like a helicopter. that requires a superhuman level of strength. the dexterity requirement is because you have to be coordinated enough to control where you are going.
@hovering. you have to give up attacks to actually move, but as long as you are spinning the weapon (using a full attack action), you can hover in place and still get all of your attacks. if this is bad from a balance perspective, i could change it so that you have to sacrifice an attack to hover.
78% of DM's started their first campaign in a tavern. If you're one of the 22% that didn't, copy and paste this into your signature.
Where did you start yours?
The PCs were already a special forces type unit in a kingdom's military, so the campaign started in the general's office.
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