*The above feat description is misleading; Great cleaveallowsno limit to the number of ''cleaves''.Thisonly works if each cleaving attack deals a killing blow. Forexample,a PC fights four goblins and an orc. Round 1: the PC kills Goblin 1, prompting the character to make a Great cleave. The Great cleave strikes goblin 2, and the damagefrom that attackimmediatelykills goblin 2, prompting the PCtomakeaGreat cleave at goblin 3. That cleaving attack kills goblin 3, letting the PC make yet another Great cleave,thistime at the orc.However,that attack did not deal enough damage to kill theorc, andthe PC is not allowed any further cleaves.
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The above feat description is misleading; Great Cleave simply removes the limit to the number of cleaves per round. There is a common misconception that subsequent cleaves in the round are only possible if the previous cleave results in the death of an enemy, but this is not true.