Background- I've had ideas for quite a few feats for some time now. However, said feats would only have been released a few at a time. So I just decided to release a bunch of feats at once, as my next planned homebrew will take quite a bit of time. Please enjoy.
You have learned how to focus the magical energy that lies in your Bardic Music into a being that can fight for you in battle, known as a Tune Trooper. In order to use this ability, you must expend one use of Bardic Music. After doing so, you must make a Perform Check, after which you create a Tune Trooper. A base Tune Trooper is a human male or female(your choice) with a number of levels in their type's(see below) class equal to your perform check/10. Tune Troopers get a number of binding
points equal to your level in the class that grants you Bardic music + Perform check's result x 3, to be invested in the Tune Trooper as though it were an eidolon, although no Tune Trooper that is not of the Mage type can use their binding points on spell-like abilities. This may not grant any Tune Trooper more binding points than 10 x your level in the class that grants you the Bardic Music ability. To complete a Tune Trooper, you must select what type they are from the list below, which the according class listed in parentheses next to it:
(Warrior)-Has BAB equal to its HD and gains a bonus to melee attack and damage rolls equal to your Perform check/10.
(Warrior)-Has BAB equal to 3/4 its HD, and gains a bonus to ranged attack and damage rolls equal to your Perform check/10.
(Warrior)- Has BAB equal to its HD, and gains a bonus to AC equal to your Performance check/10.
(Expert)- Has BAB equal to its HD, and deals an amount of damage with its unarmed attack equal to your Performance check result/2.
(Adept)- Has BAB equal to 1/2 its HD, may choose to spend binding points on SLAs, and gains an extra number of binding points to spend on SLAs equal to 1/2 your Performance check result.
Once summoned, a Tune Trooper lasts for 1 round per level in the class that granted you the Bardic Music ability that you have. Ignore skill ranks when summoning, and treat all Tune Troopers as having Improved Initiative as their human bonus feat.
Fighter Level 2, one Fighter Bonus Feat
You learn to use your expertise in arms to further benefit your attacks. When making a non-magical melee attack, you add a number of dice to the weapon equal to 1/2 the number of fighter bonus feats you have. This may, at no time, add more additional dice than 1/2 your level. (ex1. A Fighter 2 has 2 Fighter Bonus feats and attacks with a Longspear(1d8), so he adds 2 Fighter Bonus feats/2 = 1 dice to his attack, making the attack deal 2d8 damage. ex2. A Fighter 6 with 4 Fighter Bonus feats attacks with a dagger(1d4), so he adds 4 Fighter Bonus feats/2 = 2 dice to the attack, dealing 3d4 damage with the attack). This feat's benefit applies only to your primary weapon.
Grand Twin Strike[Fighter]
Grand Strike, Two Weapon Fighting, 4th level
When wielding two weapons, you may grant your off-hand weapon an additional amount of dice to attacks equal to 1/2 the dice it would be entitled to if it were being used as a primary weapon.
Fighter Level 2, one Fighter Bonus Feat
You learn to use your expertise in arms to further benefit your attacks. When making a non-magical ranged melee attack, you add a number of dice to the weapon equal to 1/2 the number of fighter bonus feats you have. This may, at no time, add more additional dice than 1/2 your level.
Favored Weapon Strike[Fighter]
Weapon Focus, Weapon Specialization, Greater Weapon Focus, Grand Strike(if melee) or Grand Shot(if ranged), 12th level
Choose one weapon that you have the Weapon Focus, Weapon Specialization, and Greater Weapon Focus for. When using the effects of Grand Shot or Grand Strike(as appropriate for weapon type), you may add an additional amount of dice equal to your Strength modifier, regardless of whether this would exceed Grand Shot or Grand Strike's limit of dice that could be added. If you also have or later gain Greater Weapon Specialization for this weapon, you may add an additional die of damage.
Special: This may be selected multiple times, selecting a new weapon each time, provided you somehow have the appropriate feats for that type of weapon.
You have either died before, or perhaps have an ancestor that was a half-ghost(See Dragon #313). As such, you may learn and use [Ghost] feats as though you were a ghost, even if a feat would normally be impossible for a normal living body to use(such as Control Visage). Additionally, you may go incorporeal for 1 round + 1 round per day per [Ghost] feat you have. These rounds need not be used consecutively.
Has chosen a Favored Enemy twice, 6th level
When facing an opponent of a type you have selected for Favored Enemy, you may add +1 to all attack rolls and 1d6 to all attacks against it for each time you have selected the creature as a favored enemy.
Smite Evil, BAB +6
When using Smite Evil on a full attack, you may apply its effects to all attacks in it. These attacks gain +1 to the attack and damage rolls for each time per day you may make use of this feat.
Lay on Hands
You may expend points from your Lay on Hands pool to enhance attacks you make. You may expend two points to add +1 to the attack roll, or expend 1 point to add 1 point of damage to the attack, decided once you declare the action to make the attack. Regardless, you cannot have a combination of +1 bonuses to attack and damage rolls that exceed your level.
Catch the Weakness
Sneak Attack +2d6
By now, you have figured out how to bypass some of a creature's defenses, even when you shouldn't be able to. Whenever a creature has a chance of not being affected by Sneak Attacks and the like, you may sacrifice 1 die of Sneak Attack damage to reduce their % chance of being affected by twice your level + 5% per die sacrificed. If a creature is immune to such attacks, subtract the percentage from 100%. Should you roll a natural 20 with such a Sneak Attack, you may score a critical hit, even if the creature would normally be immune to critical hits and the like.
Sneak Attack +2d6
Any street thug knows how to make an enemy bleed, but you know how to do it better. By sacrificing 1 die of Sneak Attack damage, you may cause an enemy some lasting hurt, dealing 1 point of damage per round after per die sacrificed this way. This wound is hard to heal, and cannot be healed until at least 2 rounds after, after which a character may attempt to heal it using the Heal skill with a DC of 10 + your Rogue level + Dex modifier, or may be healed so long as the affected is magically healed for a number of hit points equal to your Rogue level.
Well, that's all for now. May add a feat or two later. Please PEACH and comment.