Al-Tae-Fu (3.5e Feat)
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A person trained in Al-Tae-Fu may only perform this bluff on each opponent once per encounter, and once it is revealed to be a trick, it cannot be done on any who have realized the falsity ever again. A failed bluff, however is not the same as a revealed bluff. the bluff can be revealed by either the Al-Tae-Fu user failing a grapple in view of those effected, or failing any maneuver gracelessly (roll a natural 1) in view of those effected. The effect is permanent until one of these transpires.Al-Tae-Fu may be used without a bluff check as many times as the defender wishes, but each additional time it is used in the same combat encounter, the attacker begins to predict the movements, thus the Al-Tae-Fu block takes an accumulative -2 on each additional attempt. Failing an Al-Tae-Fu block counts as a failed grapple in regard to revealing the bluff.