While the axe is the most famous dwarven weapon, the hammer is at the heart of dwarves’ heritage as forgemasters and warriors alike.
A foehammer has the following class features:
This ability replaces armor training 1.
At 7th level, when a foehammer succeeds at a bull rush combat maneuver, he can make a trip combat maneuver at the end of the bull rush. If he does not move with the target, the force of his blow may still trip his foe, but he takes a –5 penalty on the combat maneuver check to trip.
This ability replaces armor training 2 and 4.
At 9th level, each time that a foehammer hits a target, he gains a +1 bonus on attack rolls against that target. This bonus stacks with each hit against that target, but lasts only until the end of the foehammer’s turn.
This ability replaces weapon training 2.
At 11th level, as a standard action, a foehammer may make a single melee attack with a weapon from the hammer weapon training group. If the attack hits, he may make a bull rush or trip combat maneuver against the target of his attack as a free action that does not provoke an attack of opportunity.
This ability replaces armor training 3.
At 13th level, as a full-round action, a foehammer may strike the ground with his hammer. If the attack deals more damage than the floor’s hardness, the space he occupies and all adjacent squares become difficult terrain. Creatures in those squares, except for the foehammer, are knocked prone (DC 15 Reflex negates).
This ability replaces weapon training 3.
This ability replaces weapon training 4.
At 19th level, as a standard action, a foehammer may make a single melee attack with a weapon from the hammer weapon training group at a –5 penalty. If the attack hits, it is treated as a critical threat. Weapon special abilities that only activate on a critical hit do not activate if this critical hit is confirmed.
This ability replaces armor Mastery.
A foehammer must choose a weapon from the hammer group.*
Though the text is missing, it is likely the following line should be added to the weapon mastery ability: “This ability otherwise functions as the fighter’s weapon mastery ability.”
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