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3 Archetypes #13 - Barbarian 2

3 Archetypes #13 - Barbarian 2


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Welcome to the "season 2" of DiBastet's Archetypes. These archetypes are a mix of the remaining first wave of archetypes we created and used on our first 5e campaign in september 2014, and the second wave from january/february 2015. As always they were tested and used by my group.

Inside you'll find some, ahem, barbaric primal paths:

Extra Totems: "There are many shamanic people in the world. Some of them revere great snakes, others revere the mighty dragons..." These are the two totems we felt were needed to being with, one elementa and one grapple-themed.

Ironmonger: "Some barbarian groups disdain the crude weapons, hides and leather used by lesser warriors. Instead they master the riddle of steel, the mightiest of weapons and heaviest of armors, becoming great warrior-smiths with deep understanding of the metal's spirit." A "heavy armor barbarian" archetype. Yes, we like to have the option to go against type.

Primeval: "Many cultures whisper tales of the Primeval's feral prowess. They are warriors who have tapped into their racial memories to become savage creatures; their bodies and spirits are hardened by the wild and they truly become the Beast, losing not only their minds but also shedding their humanoid form while raging." A "shapeshifter barbarian" archetype. The 3.5 Primeval prestige class from Frostburn was one of our favorite from back them, so we had to make a 5e version.

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Xander S February 14, 2018 6:06 am UTC
Have you thought about putting all these specs in one large PDF. I ve read some of your content and it is very good
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