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Path of the Drowned Barbarian

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A primal path for players (and DMs) who want to build a seafaring babarian with powers gifted from beyond the grave.

Barbarians who walk this path excel in aquatic combat and have recieved blessings (or curses) from souls who lost their lives at sea. This has granted them an undead resilience and fortitude while also granting them ghostly abilities that other sailors would view as unnatural and bad luck.

This primal path gives you everything you will need to play a barbarian in a seafaring setting as well as allowing you to summon spectral chains, create grog and gain a pet psychopomp.

I started work on this path before the Path of the Depths was released due to my love for the sea and desire for more aquatic themed sub-classes (I also have a water domain cleric in the works) but when the Path of the Depths was released I saw we treaded some of the same ground so I altered the subclass accordingly to lean more into the ghostly seafarer aesthetic.

Feedback and donations are very welcome! Any donations given will be used to fund my inernship in the coming year as well as go to the artists who donated their art. I hope you enjoy!

 
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Shaun S June 29, 2020 9:36 am UTC
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Great idea, I appreciate the concept, but it looks a bit overpowered for my taste.
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Evan M June 29, 2020 2:16 pm UTC
CREATOR
Hey there! What could I do to make it feel more balanced in your opinion?
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Ethan W June 25, 2020 9:33 pm UTC
Why doesn't this show up under aquatic character options?
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Evan M June 28, 2020 4:06 pm UTC
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Hi there, it should show up under aquatic character options. Unsure as to why it doesn't to be honest. I have updated the tags just to be sure though.
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