All right, you know the deal – 4 pages – 1 page front cover, 1.75 pages SRD, 1.25 pages content, let’s go!
-Black Cat: Use as a free action instead of an immediate action; Non-mythic attackers receive severe penalties and spend mythic surges to enhance the penalty; use more often via mythic power. Cool upgrade!
-Blood Drinker: +tier temporary hit points; optionally forego benefits for a lesser restoration. Fits. Like it.
-Blood Feaster: Gain listed benefits when draining 2+ points of Con, duration + tier.
-Blood Salvage: Use Blood Drinker on recently deceased corpse.
-Burrowing teeth: Gain burrow speed equal to base speed; leave a tunnel behind when burrowing at half speed; use mythic power to burrow through stone.
-Catfolk Exemplar: Change exemplar ability via mythic power; the more mythic power, the faster. Awesome!
-Claw Pounce: Add secondary rake attack to charge; mythic power for two rakes as secondary or one as primary natural weapon.
-Diverse Palate: Choose additional subtypes that scale with tiers.
-Feline Grace: Numerical escalation to +4; use mythic power as an immediate action to force rerolls of CMB-checks in the relevant maneuvers against you.
-Natural Charmer: Use mythic power to use feat as a standard action; CL versus humanoids by +1 and expend mythic surge to increase save DCs by half surge die, min 1.
-Nimble Striker: +10 ft when charging, running or withdrawing and you’re not denied Dex when running or using Acrobatics to balance on narrow/slippery etc. surfaces. You also get +2 to AC versus AoO provoked by your movement when charging/Cleave/Lunge.
Two more feats are on the SRD-page:
-Sharpclaw: Adds rend; For mythic power, you get bleed added to claws, stacking with itself. Neat!
-Tunnel Rat: Count as two sizes smaller for squeezing etc. and can use swarming to share the square of small creatures or allies, even if that ally is not a ratfolk. Allies don’t take penalties when you’re in their square. Awesome!
Editing and formatting are very good, I noticed no significant glitches. Layout adheres to Legendary Games’ 2-column full color standard and the pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length.
Jeff Lee and Jason Nelson deliver a broad selection of mythic feats here that universally belong in the upper echelon; from conservative and none too awesome ones to truly unique benefits, the feats run the gamut from solid to awesome, with a few in either direction. Barring any serious complaints, my final verdict will clock in at 5 stars.