Describing Barbarian Subclasses pt. 1:
By - TheFirstPancake101
So I guess Totem Warrior will be Vixen, Storm Herald is Thor, Ancestral Guardian is Shaman King, and Zealot is Anderson from Hellsing
I cannot confirm nor deny any of that
Nah man, Zealot is just a 5 minute montage of Doomguy w/ the berserk power up
I would've used James MacEvoy from Split for beast barbarian, but overall pretty cool.
As someone who has played beast barbarian, you completely nailed the experience
I took expertise in athletics when I played - partly for grappling but also partly so I could jump over 100ft from standstill. It just became the primary way my character moved, kinda like the hulk
Wild Magic Barb is more the scene of him wandering around charging peoples phones, those spell slots back are clutch.
Honestly, the Wild Magic Barbarian is broken
I mean, that ability was fine, I expanded the wild magic to a D100 table that seems more balanced with a more even distribution of useful and situationally useful or detrimental.
Exactly, they should have balanced it like Wild Magic Sorcerer.
Wow the beast barbarian got spiderman, rather than The Phantom or Bravestar...
Damn I feel old now.
I was really hoping for Rob Schneider's The Animal....
I finally get to play instead of DM, and I just made a Wild Magic Barbarian last night. My new DM already hates me.
My DM forbids them even if they're canon
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