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PFS StandardUltimate Flexibility Feat 20

Legacy Content

Source Advanced Player's Guide pg. 127 2.0, Pathfinder #150: Broken Promises pg. 77
Prerequisites improved flexibility

Your experience keeps you on your toes, making you adaptable to even the most dangerous challenges. When you gain a fighter feat using combat flexibility, you gain three fighter feats instead of two. While the first feat must still be 8th level or lower, the second feat can be up to 14th level, and the third feat can be up to 18th level. You can use the first feat to meet the prerequisites of the second or third feats and the second feat to meet the prerequisites of the third feat. You must meet all feats' prerequisites. In addition, you can adapt to the battlefield's challenges by spending 1 hour to train. If you do, you can reselect the feats chosen with combat flexibility as if you had made your daily preparations. You can't trade out limited-use abilities that you've already used, such as Determination.

Paragons of Promise

Source Pathfinder #150: Broken Promises pg. 75
The citizens of Promise represent some of the most capable experts, greatest minds, and powerful warriors on Golarion—ideal teachers and trainers for PCs who want to maximize their own potential. If the PCs secure Visitor’s Pins or an alliance with Mengkare, their access to Promise’s trainers and records unlock all of the following uncommon class feats.

Related Feats: Apex Companion, Aura of Unbreakable Virtue, Bloodline Metamorphosis, Efficient Alchemy (Paragon), Emblazon Divinity, Enduring Debilitation, Golden Body, Song of the Fallen, Spell Mastery, Superior Sight, Unstoppable Juggernaut