Mythic Minis: Far Eastern Racial Feats
All right, you know the deal – 4 pages – 1 page front cover, 1.5 page SRD, 1.5 page content, let’s go!
-Blood Beak: Numerical escalation,. bleed on crits and negative conditions on crits. Solid.
-Carrion Feeder: Numerical escalation + mythic power-based rerolls with tier-bonus.
-Life’s Blood: Creature gains twice damage you take in hp; additionally, a creature subject to it can gain fast healing if you spend mythic power. The original feat is problematic and so is, by extension, this one.
-Long-Nose Form: Skill-bonuses in long-nose form and spend mythic power for temporary scent-based blindsense.
-Magical tail: Sp-use increase; also spend more uses PLUS mythic power for more powerful effects. Very cool, though the feats grants too early access to some very powerful SPs.
-Realistic Likeness: Numerical escalation and mythic power-based misdirection – pretty cool!
-Scavenger’s Eye: Numerical escalation; move action to determine the most valuable item; mythic power-based reroll. Pretty weak.
-Shadowy Dash: Full-speed Stealth (even running) while in dim light or below, even while being observed. Also, use mythic power to trail shadows. Absolutely awesome!
-Sleep Venom: Numerical escalation and additional uses.
There is more on the first SRD-page:
-Spit Venom: Numerical escalation regarding uses per day and faster spitting of poison; if you spit as a full-round action, greatly extend reach based on tier; pay mythic power to AoE-spit – awesome!
-Tengu Raven Form: Better variety via the base feat; switching sizes fluently and additional uses per day via mythic power. Neat!
-Tengu Wings: Fly speed expands and duration as well; Extend this duration at the cost of 1/2 movement. Cool!
-Tree Hanger: Better climbing and no denied Dex-bonus; the bigger the action used, the better your bonus, with mythic power supplementing this.
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 an intriguing mythic mini, which, while not always perfect, does sport some truly inspired mythic feats. Furthermore, the issues I see here are predicated mostly on the base feats (apart from the kitsune’s imho a tad bit too strong improved SPs) – but I can’t blame the pdf for that. Hence, this one “only” gets a final verdict of 4.5 stars, rounded still up to 5, though – a great little pdf.