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Natural weapons operate under different rules than do manufactured weapons, which are covered in the Universal Monster Rules and in the Combat Rules. The short version is, you get to attack once with each natural weapon, regardless of how many iterative attacks you have from high BAB. So if your BAB was +6/+1, you would get to attack once with each claw, ...


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No, Urban barbarian is not capable of using a normal rage. This was clarified by James Jacobs on Paizo's official forums. It does indeed replace normal rage. An urban barbarian doesn't get to apply a bonus to both Str and Con. He instead gets only one +4 bonus, but has the advantage of being able to choose Dex if he wants or of being able to split the ...


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How about this? Its kind of simple, but you don't need it to be that convoluted. You want a two-weapon barbarian with effective mobility, able to make killer attacks either as a full attack or a standard one. That sounds a lot like a Tempest build to me. Alternate Barbarian and Fighter levels with a dip into Tempest. Take the Ferocity alternate class ...


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OK, so, to begin: you are going to get +2 Dex, which is nice-ish, −2 Con, which sucks but at least you’ll get bonuses and d12 HD, and you will get a bunch of other stuff that barely matters at all. For reasons, you probably will not be using any traditional elven weapons (though the less traditional elven-specific weapons in Races of the Wild are ...


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spiritual Lion totem (Complete Champion p.46 ) = Pounce at first lvl Max jump skill multi-class 2 lvl of fighter for feats power attack, leap attack (complete adventurer p.110) feat leap of the heavens if you can or when you can (players handbook II p.80). Explaination: make a full attack on charge with pounce leap attack : You can combine a jump with a ...


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You can give fall damage by jumping in the air while grapling. You both would recieve fall damage and be prone unless an ability like slow fall or feather fall says otherwise. However, the barbarian is not best way to achieve your goal. The best way to pull off a pile driver like you are describing would be with a Monk/Druid. You only need to multiclass ...


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Yes, you can do this, no you won't get very far, and I'd definitely rule that both of you take the falling damage. First, yes you are allowed to move a target you are grabbing. So you can feasibly grab them with your action, then use your movement to fly with them. However, since you are moving with a grabbed target, your movement speed is halved, so you ...



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