Rapier of the Dancing Swordsman
|4||+2 Bluff||Improved Feinting|
|5||+2 Physical Stat Bonus A||Weapon: +1|
|6||–||True Strike 1/day (Self Only)|
|8||+2 Bluff, Tumble||Feinting Attack +1d6|
|9||+2 Physical Stat Bonus A, B||Weapon: +1|
|10||–||Haste 1/Day (Self Only)|
|12||+2 Bluff, Tumble, Jump||Quicken Feint|
|13||+2 Physical Stat Bonus A, B, C||Weapon: +1|
|14||–||Dimension Door 1/day (Self Only)|
|16||+2 Bluff, Tumble, Jump||Feinting Attack +1d6|
|17||+2 Physical Stat Bonus B, C||Weapon: +1|
|18||–||Greater Heroism 1/day (Self Only)|
|20||+2 Bluff, Tumble, Jump||Greater Feint|
Improved Feinting: This is not the feat of a similar name. This ability negates the -4 for trying to feint a non-human and reduces the ‘low intelligence’ negative to -4.
Physical Stat Bonus: The bearer of the Rapier gains an enhancement bonus to one physical stat (Str, Dex, Con) at the indicated levels. The wielder decides which stat is A, B and C.
Spell Like Abilities: The spell like abilities can be used on the wielder’s turn in the same amount of time it takes them to feint in combat. Even if they are free actions they cannot use both abilities in the same round of combat.
Feinting Attack: The wielder does additional damage every time he feints in combat. This damage is added even if the opponent is normally immune to sneak attack damage.
Quicken Feint: Wielder of this weapon may now feint in combat one category quicker than before. Even if it is a free action, as those with the Improved Feint feat, this can still only be done once a round.
Greater Feint: Wielder of this weapon may now feint in combat one category quicker than before. Even if it was previously a free action, as those with the Improved Feint feat, this can be done in between each of the wielder’s attacks.
This blade was forged by the greatest swordsman in ancient times: Algeroth the Quick. He was known for his speed and versatility in combat. The greatest duelist of his times, it is said that he best many and man and beast in one on one combat. The sword seems to distract enemies by gently singing to them. As it cuts the air it sounds like a distant siren’s song.