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The Revised Berserker

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Doomsday Productions presents the new and revised beserker! We are proud to say that it is completely free, but feel free to support us! This is our first product, and it's very exciting. Please tell us what you think in the reviews section. Thanks!

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Jacob C November 05, 2017 2:29 am UTC
Couple of things, first off Fury. Fury would be make more sense if it was JUST a resistance to psychic damage. Then just combine that with the other level 3. I would also recommend making the upgrade levels for blood crazed be 10 and 14 to keep in line with when you get other feats for this primal path. I would also change the level 14 feat in some way, due to that not really making sense. I mean many barbarians use a great-ax and that effect doesn't really affect great-axes. As that would bump the damage die up to a d20, or it would be broken up into 2 d8s, which makes it less effective for barbarian's brutal critical feat. I would just keep retaliation as the level 14 ability. Also, just as a heads up, it's berserker not beserker.
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Doomsday P November 05, 2017 2:35 am UTC
Uhh... The die getting upgraded thing does not include 1d12. Examine it closer. Oh, and thanks for the typo alert! I didn't notice it. :)
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Jacob C November 05, 2017 3:01 am UTC
I know it doesn't, that was my problem with it. Most people running a barbarian use a great-ax because of it's synergy with brutal critical, but the level 14 ability leaves no room for that.
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Doomsday P November 05, 2017 5:06 am UTC
Hmmm... I'll look into it. Thanks for the feedback!
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This title was added to our catalog on November 03, 2017.