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Hell, you CAN have massive damage. I made an example using Flail feat tree and Cleave tree on a level 20 Martial Artist in an endless wave of easy to kill mooks. He would have Reach enough to Cleave about 30 people in a rowwithout moving, then 5 foot step on the last guy and hit 8 more, the 5 foot again, to hit another 8 , continuously up to his move speed. If he has a mount with 100 move speed, he can kill like... 400 people in one turn, or really, one half action (he couldn't do it twice in one round, since Cleave Supremacy's move thing is measured per round). And In fact, thinking about it, if he applied the Fend trick to his attacks against this endless wave of mooks that are always hit and always die when hit, he could literally cleave infinitely.

That means next turn, he gets +400 attack and damage (or, with Fend, a theoretical +infinity), letting him deal, over 9 or so attacks that round, well over 5000 damage to a single target.

However, you should note that this is pure theory. Logically, you won't be able to one-shot EVERY mook, and there will hardly ever be a situation where there will be mooks crammed in every 5 foot square. A 1 isn't an instant miss, but at TL 20, you probably have some chance of missing, or potentially being Parried/Shield Blocked.

If everything is perfect to the point of pure theory, though, yes, you can do infinite damage