Name Prerequisites Frequency Target/Trigger Effect Use
The Feature’s Name and Category. Sometimes the category is important when counting how many Features you have for a particular class, when trying to meet a prerequisite. Other then Class Features or Advanced Features, there are a subset of Features for each existing class, Arms Features as well as normal Features.
Prerequisites must be met before you can take any Feature.
Frequencies (Aka action types ) in D&D. These limit how often you can use a Feature.
An action’s type essentially tells you how long the action takes to perform (within the framework of the 6-second combat round) and how movement is treated. There are six types of actions: standard actions, move actions, full-round actions, free actions, swift actions, and immediate actions.
In a normal round, you can perform a standard action and a move action, or you can perform a full-round action. You can also perform one or more free actions. You can always take a move action in place of a standard action.
In some situations (such as in a surprise round), you may be limited to taking only a single move action or standard action.
A standard action allows you to do something, most commonly make an attack or cast a spell.
A move action allows you to move your speed or perform an action that takes a similar amount of time.
You can take a move action in place of a standard action. If you move no actual distance in a round (commonly because you have swapped your move for one or more equivalent actions), you can take one 5-foot step either before, during, or after the action.
A full-round action consumes all your effort during a round. The only movement you can take during a full-round action is a 5-foot step before, during, or after the action. You can also perform free actions (see below).
Some full-round actions do not allow you to take a 5-foot step.
Some full-round actions can be taken as standard actions, but only in situations when you are limited to performing only a standard action during your round. The descriptions of specific actions, below, detail which actions allow this option.
Free actions consume a very small amount of time and effort. You can perform one or more free actions while taking another action normally. However, there are reasonable limits on what you can really do for free.
A swift action consumes a very small amount of time, but represents a larger expenditure of effort and energy than a free action. You can perform only a single swift action per turn.
An immediate action is very similar to a swift action, but can be performed at any time — even if it's not your turn.
Not an Action
Some activities are so minor that they are not even considered free actions. They literally don’t take any time at all to do and are considered an inherent part of doing something else.
In some situations, you may be unable to take a full round’s worth of actions. In such cases, you are restricted to taking only a single standard action or a single move action (plus free actions as normal). You can’t take a full-round action (though you can start or complete a full-round action by using a standard action; see below).
The Target/Trigger line explains when the Feature may be used, or what kind of target it can be used on. If there is none, it probably means that there is no target, as the Feature is an ongoing effect.'
If your available actions allow for it, you may activate multiple feats off one trigger, but you may activate any single feat only once due to the same instance of a trigger. For example, "I Believe In You!" may be activated only once per attack.
The Effect will list in detail what the Feature does.
Next to the Feature Category, small icons are placed as a quick reference as to when a Feature is appropriate to use, and how it affects you Trainer’s turn, for their actions: