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Barbarian Archetype: Path of The Consuming Predator

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Maybe one of your parents was a druid or a shaman, and you learned the traditions of your clan...

Maybe you always could do this, and circonstances forced you into discovering this power...

Maybe you served a mystical animal or creature, whom you had to consume to acquire its powers and further its quest or yours...

Or maybe you take pleasure in consuming the flesh of your victims in a constant search for power…

Whatever the reason is, you gain strength by consuming your fallen foes, and distill their powers into elixirs of to supplement your way of fighting.

However you found out about this power, you keep refining its use and method, including the appropriate mystic or research. Maybe it is a spiritual tradition, or the “logical” extension of your alchemical researches, or the dark expression of your affiliation to an Evil God? Or something entirely different.

The Consuming Predator is an archetype for the Barbarian that centers around using monsters based elixirs to supplement your barbarian powers with a strong narrative potential for both player and dungeon master. 
This is the first time I write anything homebrew and I'd love played reviews!
 
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Jonathan D April 29, 2019 2:59 pm UTC
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What check must the barbarian pass to make an elixir of a new creature? In the document you say it is a "save check".
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Hadrien C April 29, 2019 3:08 pm UTC
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Hi,
It is a constitution save, I'll make the edit shortly.
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