You adopt a loose stance that gives you an extra bit of swiftness that can make all the difference in a fight or chase.
Your Speed increases by 5 feet.
Speed Over Strength
With practiced agility you weave around an opponent wielding a more cumbersome weapon, quickly darting in to strike with a lighter armament.
When a creature attacks you with a melee weapon that has the heavy property, or a Large-sized or larger creature attacks you with a natural weapon, you can use your reaction to make a melee weapon attack against it using a weapon that has the dual-wielding or finesse property.
You rapidly lash out in a rising strike targeting your opponent’s brow, leaving a wound that obscures their vision.
Flinging yourself forward you barrel towards an enemy with your weapon held at the ready to unleash an attack before they can react!
Move up to 30 feet in a straight line and make a melee weapon attack. You can’t take the Dash action and use this maneuver on the same turn.
A rain of short, sharp strikes disorients your enemy.
Sometimes a good diversion is presented to you and though a foe might bloody you, your light fingers find opportunity in the exchange.
When a creature hits you with a melee attack, you can use your reaction to make a Sleight of Hand check against it.
With practice and training you learn how to shut off your facial reactions amidst battle, taking on a passive countenance from which nothing can be easily gleaned.
You gain an expertise die on Deception and Sleight of Hand checks made in combat
You make your move while your foe is busy casting a spell.
With a keen eye you constantly assess everything within sight, paying close attention to subtle visual cues and tells to better anticipate an opponent.
When an opponent opens themselves up to a reflexive strike you can deliver a blow that shakes them to their core and forces them to hesitate.
When a hostile creature that you can see moves out of your reach, you can use your reaction to make a melee weapon attack and on a hit its Speed is reduced to 0 until the start of its next turn.