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Three Barbarian Subclasses: Warrior Mage, Bare Knuckles, Small Blades

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This product features three new Barbarian subclasses for Dungeons & Dragon's 5th Edition.

The Path of the Warrior Shaman allows third-casting (like Eldritch Knight or Arcane Trickster), including a limited ability to cast even while raging, and ritual casting. It uses Wisdom-based casting, and you choose the Druid or Cleric spell list. This is great for a Barbarian in a smaller party, or any Barbarian looking to do more than bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage.

The Path of the Bare Knuckles is a Monk-like subclass, relying primarily unarmed strikes (with damage die) and using brawn points to fuel features such as defensive positioning and counter punching. This subclass gets a bit of self-healing, too, to help you stay upright and swinging round after round.

The Path of the Small Blades is a Dexterity-based subclass, swapping out rage features such as the classic damage resistance for increased AC, with the potential for 28 AC at level 20! This subclass borrows features from other classes such as Fighting Styles and Evasion that provide the foundation for a fully effective Dex Barbarian.

 
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