All right, you know the deal – 4 pages – 1 page front cover, 1.75 pages of SRD, 1.25 pages content, let’s go!
-Agile Tongue: Pick up objects weighing up to 10 lbs and execute trips with your tongue; also numerical escalation for steal and disarm. Cool!
-Draconic Aspect: Gain resistance 10 according to your scale’s color; use mythic power for temporary immunity; cool synergy with dragon-scaled racial trait with alternate benefits. Two thumbs up!
-Draconic Breath: +4 saves vs. sleep/paralysis; 1/day breath weapon, +1/day per mythic tier; breath weapon depends on color of scales, with only chromatics covered as per the base feat. Has special synergy for draconic/kobold-blooded kobold sorcerors.
-Draconic Glide: +4 saves vs. sleep/paralysis; extended glide speed, synergy with gliding wings trait, which also allows for mythic power-based true flight (sans maneuverability rating).
-Draconic Paragon: +4 saves vs. sleep/paralysis; Additional breath use, damage output upgrade and synergy with more draconic feats; cool!
-Kobold Ambusher: Decreased penalty when moving fast while Stealth-using; also, better ambush-damage.
-Kobold Sniper: Better chance to stay hidden while sniping; also increases damage and allows you to sow strife between allies, who erroneously believe their allies attacked them. Cool!
-Mother’s Gift: Manifestation chosen intensifies in varied, cool ways. Awesome little feat!
There are three more feats on the SRD-page:
-Sea Hunter: Use feat versus creatures with a swim speed or freedom of movement; use mythic power to entangle targets sans requiring a second combat maneuver check.
-Stretched Wings: Increased flight speed plus Wingover via mythic power. Cool!
-Tail Terror: Tail is a primary natural weapon, apply Weapon Focus/Specialization for one kobold tail attachment to all of them; spend mythic power to upgrade the benefits to the Mythic versions of the feats temporarily.
Editing and formatting are very good, I noticed no significant glitches. Layout adheres to Legendary Games’ 2-column full color standard and the pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length.
Jeff Lee and Jason Nelson’s final feat-based mythic mini does provide a diverse array of interesting feats, some of which can even be considered brilliant; that being said, in direct comparison, the pdf does not manage to reach the level of pure excellence, “only” remaining a pdf you can’t complain about, a very good buy – hence, my final verdict will clock in at 5 stars.