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    The Badass

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    At least one class level.
    A player can only retroactively apply this universal substitution class level to their character if the GM, and every other player with a character in-game, unanimously agree that the character has proven themselves to be a true badass. (Substitution levels can be taken away by the GM if the character begins to act in a manner that they feel is no longer worthy of a badass and/or the class level(s) is(/are) proving disruptive to the game.)

    Special: This substitution level can be applied multiple times, so long as the requirements are met each time.

    Badass:
    Hit Die: d12
    Skill Points: (10 + Int modifier)
    Class Skills: All skills are class skills for a Badass.

    Badass
    {table=head]Level|Base Attack Bonus|Fort Save|Ref Save|Will Save|Special
    X
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    +1
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    +2
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    +2
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    +2
    |Business as Usual, A Crowning Moment of Awesome[/table]
    (The chart shows that the class has all good save progressions as opposed to a +2 per Badass level, which would be insane. )

    Weapon and Armor Proficiency: A Badass gains proficiency with all weapon and armor types, including improvised items.

    Class Features

    Business as Usual: When a Badass substitution level is applied to a class level, it is still treated as a level in the original class for the purpose of advancing all class features.

    A Crowning Moment of Awesome: A Badass gains a bonus Badass feat as well as access to a CMA pool with a maximum limit equal to the number of Badass levels he has. This pool starts at zero, with points earned every time the Badass gets a natural 1 on a d20 roll. A CMA point can be expended, as a free action, to treat all of the rolls made by the Badass as if they are their highest natural result. This effect ends at the beginning of his next turn. (A player may substitute their bonus Badass feat for any other feat they qualify for, with GM approval.)


    Badass Feats

    Badass Boast:
    Requirement: Total Badass
    When you expend a CMA point, you may choose to treat all rolls made by an enemy within close range (25+5/Badass level) feet as if they were all naturally 1 until the beginning of your next turn, rather than gaining the benefits of A Crowning Moment of Awesome yourself.
    "I don't care who I have to fight. If he tears off my arms, I'll kick him to death. If he rips off my legs, I'll bite him to death. If he cuts off my head, I'll stare him to death. And if he gouges out my eyes, then I'll curse him from beyond the grave!"

    Badass Crewmember:
    Whenever an allied Badass earns a CMA point, you also earn one.
    (Each character may only earn one CMA point per roll.)
    "ASTINOS!!!"

    Badass Determination:
    Requirement: Badass Recovery
    Whenever you use Badass Recovery to expend a CMA point earned from a saving throw, you gain temporary hit points equal to 12 x your Badass levels.
    "Come with me if you want to live."

    Badass Normal:
    Badass Commoner levels grant a second bonus Badass feat, and an additional +1 to the maximum size of your CMA pool, on top of the typical benefits of the substitution level.
    "As you wish."

    Badass Recovery:
    If you would earn a CMA point when your pool is already full, it is immediately expended instead of being discarded. This use negates the natural 1 and treats it as a natural 20.
    "Who the hell do you think I am!?"

    Badass Speech:
    Requirement: Back to Back Badasses
    When you expend a CMA point, you may choose to grant the benefits of A Crowning moment of Awesome to an ally within close range (25+5/Badass level) feet, rather than yourself, until the beginning of your next turn.
    "Don't forget. Believe in yourself. Not in you who believes in me. Not in me who believes in you. You should believe... you should believe in yourself!"

    Back to Back Badasses:
    When you expend a CMA point, an adjacent ally also gains the benefits of A Crowning Moment of Awesome until the beginning of their next turn.
    "We've done the impossible, and that makes us mighty."

    Desperate Times Call for Badass Measures:
    Requirement: Badass Recovery
    If you would earn a CMA point when your pool is empty, you earn two points instead.
    "Fly, you fools!"

    Eternal Badass:
    If hit point loss, or an effect, would kill you or reduce you to dying, you may choose to expend a CMA point and be put at 0 hit points instead.
    "Is that all you've got?"

    Implacable Badass:
    Requirement: Badass Determination
    So long as you have temporary hit points granted by Badass Determination, you are treated as being under the effects of a Freedom of Movement spell whenever it is beneficial to do so. This is an extraordinary ability.
    "I'll be back."

    Total Badass:
    When you expend a CMA point, treat all rolls made by an adjacent enemy as if they were all 1 until the beginning of your next turn.
    "Do you know what the chain of command is? It's the chain I go get and beat you with till you understand who's in ruttin' command here!"

    Epic Badass

    Rather than granting an additional epic attack bonus per epic level, epic badass levels continue to increase your base attack bonus and thus potentially increase your base number of iterative attacks. All other epic rules apply normally.
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
    Of course, in all situations the answer is Be A Badass.

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    It seems a little underpowered.

    Give them weapon proficiency: whatever the hell they feel like killing their enemies with.

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    Default Re: The "Badass" Universal Substitution Level

    That's actually not a half bad idea.
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    Toho has retroactive powers of awesome. He makes things that he hasn't done, and have already happened, better by his existence
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
    Of course, in all situations the answer is Be A Badass.

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    Default Re: The "Badass" Universal Substitution Level

    A question on the "Business as usual" ability. What do you get from the original class? Does this count as a class level for that class?

    Sorry this might be a stupid question, and I read the entire thing, but I still don't understand.
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    It means that if you are playing a level 1 Rogue, and your group lets you swap out for a level in Badass, you still have all the class features from the Rogue class. So, if you take another level of Rogue at level 2, you get the level 2 Rogue features. It's just a long-winded way of saying that swapping in levels of Badass keeps you doing what you already were, only you're more 'badass' while you do it.
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    Toho has retroactive powers of awesome. He makes things that he hasn't done, and have already happened, better by his existence
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
    Of course, in all situations the answer is Be A Badass.

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    Give them an ability that works like Fax's Paladin Mantles.

    Badassitude
    The Badass is an exemplar of kicking ass and taking names. A Badass must choose at least one (and no more than his amount of Badass levels) spell slot of his highest level, one us of an X/day ability, a "special" charge in a wand or similar limited resource. After using such that ability, the Badass is fatigued after 1 round. If the Badass wastes the designated ability on stupid crap, he loses the benefits of this Mantle and cannot use that ability until he atones.

    At 1 level of Badass, the chosen ability can be activated even when the Badass would normally be prevented from using it (in an Anti-Magic field, dazed, etc). This may not bypass being unconscious or dead.
    At 2 levels of Badass, all foes witnessing the use of the ability (whether by mundane or magical senses) become dazed, even if they are normally immune.
    At 3 levels of Badass, the chosen ability takes one shorter magnitude of action to perform (Immediate<-Swift<-Standard<-Full Round<-1 round<-1 minute) to a minimum of Immediate.
    At 4 levels of Badass, the chosen ability can be used twice for the price of the one charge, but the Badass is unconscious after using it.
    At 5 levels of Badass, the chosen ability may be used even if the Badass is unconscious or dead. The Badass receives one turn in which to act, and then dies. Only a True Resurrection, Miracle or Wish can bring back a Badass that uses this ability.

    A Badass may atone by single-handedly slaying a foe of equal CR while heavily disadvantaged, such as in an AMF.
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    So can the badass use his ability to cast true res on himself every time he dies?

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    I'll pass, Flicker. The point is not to give new abilities to a character, but to make them more badass at what they do.
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    Toho has retroactive powers of awesome. He makes things that he hasn't done, and have already happened, better by his existence
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
    Of course, in all situations the answer is Be A Badass.

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    How many times are you going to edit the main post?

    Also, this class is not good enough for Kamina! He was clearly an Epic Badass (you need rules for that.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milskidasith View Post
    So can the badass use his ability to cast true res on himself every time he dies?
    Yes, but then he dies. Again.

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    I'll pass, Flicker. The point is not to give new abilities to a character, but to make them more badass at what they do.
    They're not really new abilities. They make old abilities cooler, though. But that's alright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milskidasith View Post
    It seems a little underpowered.

    Give them weapon proficiency: whatever the hell they feel like killing their enemies with.
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    Added a few badass feats.
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
    Of course, in all situations the answer is Be A Badass.

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    Extreme Badass -
    When rolling a natural 1, one can use the CMA point earned to make the roll be considered a Natural 20.

    Bring It On
    Expend a CMA point to give yourself an aura of fear. Any opponent with fewer HD than you who gets within 30' of you must make a Will save DC 10+Character Level + Badass Levels + Charisma Mod or become Panicked. The duration of the aura is equal to the number of Badass sub-levels plus the character's Charisma mod. This is an (Ex) ability.

    "You want some of THIS? Then COME AND GET IT!!!"

    Eloquent Description
    You spend a CMA point and a move action to describe, in loving detail, just what you are about to do to your target. If the target has fewer HD than you, he becomes Frightened, no save. If he has fewer HD than you have Badass levels, he becomes Panicked, no save. If he has more HD than you, he gets a Will save (10 + Character Levle + Badass levels + Charisma Mod) or become Shaken. The GM may also give additional bonuses or penalties to this ability depending on how well the description was delivered by the player.

    "I've heard that you can actually survive being eviscerated long enough to be hung by your entrails. Let's see if it's true..."

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    Shneekey: Thanks for inspiring a few more feats.
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    If anything, the term should be What Would Toho Do?
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    The "size of the pool" is clearly redundant, as there is only one Badass level.

    Which means all Badasses can only hold 1 point of CMA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yakk View Post
    The "size of the pool" is clearly redundant, as there is only one Badass level.

    Which means all Badasses can only hold 1 point of CMA.
    Special: This substitution level can be applied multiple times, so long as the requirements are met each time.
    Not if they earn the level more than once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emong View Post
    Not if they earn the level more than once.
    Yeah, well how does that work? I substitute my first level.. twice?

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    No, You would substitute your first and second levels. In other words characters with Badass levels would look like this:

    Fighter 1/Badass Fighter 2
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    Emong has it right. The example character would have Badass Fighter 2 / Fighter 1 and the character would gain the 4th level bonus feat if he became a Badass Fighter 2 / Fighter 2.

    Also, added a couple more feats. I may need to clean them up a bit though.

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    Must make it survive... *Bump!*

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    This is a pretty freaking sweet idea. A great way to encourage my players to stop being such wussies and make rash, badass decisions once in a while! Thanks!

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    Lets assume for a moments someone is really badass. I think this classes abdass feat should also allow you to take any other fea you have the prereq for in case your so badass you take all the badass feats already.

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    The Skill Points should be 10+int mod per level. As-is, the Changeling Rogue outshines the Badass for skill points, which is a shame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foryn Gilnith View Post
    The Skill Points should be 10+int mod per level. As-is, the Changeling Rogue outshines the Badass for skill points, which is a shame.
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    Agreed. 10+Int skill points should be the case here. Also, if I take two badass levels, are my saves at +3... Or +4? As in, is the badass save progression at double your badass level, or good in all saves?

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    Please, enough tv tropes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by readsaboutd&d View Post
    Please, enough tv tropes.
    But.... TV Tropes is amazing?

    And this idea is just pure epic in all sense of the word. I should try to convince my DM to help convert it into Rifts/AD&D and use it... I think my Rogue Coalition SAMAS pilot could pull off some nifty shenanigans with this

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    So I'm totally using this in my current game. The party is a group of 5 (Human Factotum, Catfolk Sorcerer, Desert Halfling Rogue, Human Cleric, Goliath Psychic Warrior) and the PsyWar and Sorcerer have both earned one level of Badass. The PsyWar is using his CMA at every opportunity and it's saved his butt on numerous occasions, but I think the Sorcerer has only used it once so far. /shrug

    At any rate, the players love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jokey665 View Post
    So I'm totally using this in my current game. The party is a group of 5 (Human Factotum, Catfolk Sorcerer, Desert Halfling Rogue, Human Cleric, Goliath Psychic Warrior) and the PsyWar and Sorcerer have both earned one level of Badass. The PsyWar is using his CMA at every opportunity and it's saved his butt on numerous occasions, but I think the Sorcerer has only used it once so far. /shrug

    At any rate, the players love it.
    If they aren't using it then obviously they aren't that badass after all. Threaten to take it away from them and watch them ramp up the insane antics.

    I will definitely use this in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobold-Bard View Post
    If they aren't using it then obviously they aren't that badass after all. Threaten to take it away from them and watch them ramp up the insane antics.

    I will definitely use this in the future.
    He's probably just saving it for the right moment.
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