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Barbarian Subclass: Path of the Mongrel
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Barbarian Subclass: Path of the Mongrel

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People have wanted to play as werewolf PCs in D&D forever, but it's usually got a few issues waiting in the wings when it's brought up.  Is it overpowered?  Will the player be satisfied when and where it comes out?  Will the player or DM control the beast form?  Basically, it's a hassle, but the want lives on.  The idea for a barbarian werewolf struck me when I was reading the lycanthropic subclass for Matt Mercer's Blood Hunter.  I had never thought to tie it into a class feature before that.  However, while I was reading it, I immediately thought "this kind of thing would work perfectly with the barbarian's Rage feature."  I think it meshes quite well with the idea of becoming a bestial force of nature when you rage, but with this subclass, it's taken to it's literal zenith.  Hope it gets to be enjoyed by some people.  Feel free to leave any constructive criticism or concerns in the comments.

 
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September 18th, 2018
This subclass has awesome flavour, and it's features are very fun! I would love to see a little art in the document to spice it up, but ultimately the flavour and mechanics of this subclass are enough to drive it to 5 stars! Great work! [...]
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