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Question about Brutal Strike feat from PHB II 
19th-Dec-2009 06:23 pm
Vetinari
In the PHB II (D&D 3.5), on page 72, the Feat Table lists "Brutal Strike" as dazing an opponent, but the full feat description on page 76 lists it as sickening the opponent. This is a pretty key difference; which one is it? I couldn't find any errata for it. Thanks in advance!
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19th-Dec-2009 11:38 pm (UTC)
I have a feeling that text trumps table.
20th-Dec-2009 04:23 pm (UTC)
In 3.5, text always trumps table.
11th-Jan-2010 09:34 pm (UTC)
Anonymous
I have not actually read the PHB II, so take my comment with the usual giant grain of salt...

"Brutal Strike" sounds like a feat that lets characters hit things better. I can see how hitting someone would daze them, but I'm not sure how hitting someone would make them sick. If this were to come up in my campaign, I'd probably rule in favor of Daze.
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