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Path of the Corsair - Barbarian Subclass

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Path of the Corsair is a new primal path for the barbarian class in Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition.

With a terrible crash, our ship rammed the pirates’ vessel in the middle of the night.
Grappling hooks shot through the rain and sank deep into the other ship’s wooden decking.
Thunder and screams echoed in the storm that raged around us.
“Follow me!” I bellowed. “Let us show these land crab scums what happens when you raid the wrong islands!”

You have chosen the Path of the Corsair and become one of the dreaded Barbarians of the Sea.
Discuss with your DM to decide your background. Were you born in a sea tribe? Did you join a band of raiders in your youth? Perhaps you have always been drawn to the free life of a pirate?

Includes:

➛ Five unique subclass features
➛ 12 improvised weapons with a naval theme
➛ Suggested background ideas
➛ Three full pages of content
➛ High-resolution colour illustrations

The Path of the Corsair is a great subclass for barbarian and a great supplement to Ghosts of Saltmarsh or any other campaign with a coastal region.

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This title was added to our catalog on September 11, 2019.