Oct 042013
 

Feats of Rage

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This pdf is 3 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, leaving us with 1 page of content for 11 new rage-themed feats, so what do we get?

 

-Anarchic Aura: +2 to saves versus lawful spells and gain a chaotic aura.

 

-Chaotic Combatant: As a swift action, interrupt the teamwork feat benefits of all creatures in melee range as long as you connect with at least one attack. How awesome is this one? Quite cool idea!

 

-Deathless Rager: When having 0 HP or less, enter rages without expending rounds of rage.

 

-Enduring Rage: When receiving damage while raging, subtract the amount of rage-numbers you have left from the damage received. Nice one!

 

-Gruesome Finish: Improves Gory Finish to inflict the sickened instead of the shaken condition. Just wished the feat’s text would not use the word “demoralize”, which makes this slightly ambiguous, though not to a problematic extent.

 

-Pitiless Brutality: Activate Raging Brutality by expending only 2 rounds of rage.

 

-Prophetic Rage: When casting percentile-based divination while raging, gain a bonus to the d% equal to your charisma score. A bit specific for my tastes.

 

-Quick Hurler: Apply Catch Off-Guard to thrown improvised weapons.

 

-Sundering Stroke: +2 to sundering as long as your weapon is harder than the object you attempt to sunder.

 

-Unpredictable Rage: As long as you’re raging, aid another does not work against you.

 

-Wrath of Righteousness: Allows you to become a paladin and maintain barbarian powers. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The limitation never made sense to me.

Conclusion:

Editing and formatting are top-notch, I didn’t notice any glitches. Layout adheres to Abandoned Art’s two-column no-frills standard and the pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length.

 

This is what rage-themed supplements should look like. Opening up a couple of “Improved” venues to improve “savage” unpredictable fighting styles, we also find feats herein that simply are elegant and awesome – in fact, while not everyone of them are pure awesomeness, the amount of good and even superb feats severely outclass the two ones I’d consider filler. Taking the more than fair price into account, I’ll settle for a final verdict of 5 stars + seal of approval.

You can get this neat supplement here on OBS!

Endzeitgeist out.

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