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Basically, the things you need to do are stack to-hit, damage, and things that boost charges. Roughly at L10 you should have the following Rageblood class feature (might as well get access to Swift Charge) L1 At-Will Howling Strike (can be used on a charge, extra damage at-will) L1 Feat Two handed weapon expertise (feat tax, extra damage on charge) L2 ...
The listing in the description is just there so that in the most common cases (Small and Medium) you don’t have to go look up the Natural Attacks by Size Table. A weapon that deals 1d6 when Medium deals 1d8 when Large, so yes, your claws deal 1d8. The linked table can be used to scale up or down any natural weapon (and its more-or-less identical to a ...
No It does not matter if you use the Shifty or Shifty Maneuver (as any kobold should since 17/4/2012). Both take actions other than free, so you can not squeeze them between the trigger of an action (killing an enemy), and the action itself (making an MBA).
You know, it occurs to me that since Berserker Strength (Player's Handbook II, p. 33, by the way) isn't actually "rage or frenzy" as required by Bear Warrior, you'd need another source of Rage or Frenzy to qualify for the class, even though the effect of Bear Form would still trigger when you dropped below. Brian S is correct, in any case. "Whenever ...
It exists The Quantum Barbarian hinges on the Berserker option (which causes him to start raging below a certain amount of hit points, and stop above that amount) and the Bear Warrior prestige class. Bear warriors turn into bears when they rage, gaining a certain amount of hit points in the process that they lose when the rage ends. As a result, if the ...
Quoting the description : Whenever the elemental kin takes an amount of energy damage equal to or greater than her barbarian level while raging If your Barbarian does not take damage, it won't benefit from this.
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