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I dont know if this is the table you are looking for, but table 3-1:Character Advancement and Level-Dependent Bonuses last two columns, Feats and Ability Score shows which levels you get an extra feat or ability score on. You get one feat at level 1 (subject to changes from race, class, etc.) and extra feats on 3rd level, 5th level, 7th level, and so on so forth.
You can find the table here on d20srd and its on page 30 in the rulebook.
Prerequisites: A minimum ability score, another feat or feats, a minimum base attack bonus, a minimum number of ranks in one or more skills, or anything else required in order to take the feat. A feat may have more than one prerequisite. This entry is absent if a feat has no prerequisites.
Normal: This entry lists the normal rules that apply to a character who does not have the feat. A character with the feat, on the other hand, can overcome these limitations. This information can help players understand why the feat is useful. If not having the feat causes no particular drawback, this entry is absent.
Benefit: What the feat enables the character (âyouâ in the feat description) to do. A character cannot select a feat more than once unless it specifically says so. If a character somehow has the same feat more than once, the benefits of these feats do not stack unless indicated otherwise. Unless otherwise noted, the term âlevelâ refers to character level.
All characters have certain abilities that donât directly stem from their races, classes, or skills. These abilities, called feats, represent specialized talents that can come from a wide range of possible sources. When you select a feat for your character, it can represent advanced training, an arcane ability gained from a strange machine on an abandoned alien planet, a knack picked up during your youth, or nearly anything the GM agrees is reasonable for the campaign.
Some feats have prerequisites. A character must have each indicated ability score, feat, base attack bonus, skill, class feature, and other listed quality in order to select or use that feat. She can gain a feat at the same level at which she gains its prerequisites. A character canât use a feat if she loses a prerequisite, but she doesnât lose the feat itself. If at a later time she regains the lost prerequisite, she immediately regains full use of the feat that prerequisite enables.
Slippery Shooter (Combat)
You leave fewer openings when making a ranged attack. D
Prerequisites: Dex 15, base attack bonus +6. D
Benefit: You gain a +3 bonus to your Armor Class against attacks of opportunity you provoke by making a ranged attack.
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