Dungeons & Dragons 3.5: Battlerager Class

I have read a couple of books by R.A. Salvatore. He is a master in describing new archetypes when it comes to heroes. The most famous one of course being Drizzt himself. But he doesn’t leave it at that. While Bruenor, Wulfgar, Catti-brie and Regis are cool enough, some of the side characters are even cooler! I’m thinking of Pwent specifically. He’s the man, I’ll tell ye! Anyway, I’ve wanted to play a Pwent for some time now, but all the battlerager classes out there just don’t cut it. There was but one PrC that came close to my actual picture of Pwent, namely this one. So, I started to work on my own one. I wanted to create a real battlerager, something entirely different from a barbarian, though it has some abilities in common. A battlerager isn’t a one way mean machine, he has a couple of tricks up his sleeves too! And the great way that a battlerager wears his armor is so specific, that some new rules had to be invented for the purpose of conveying that feeling. And so, here it is!

Class: The Battlerager

Enjoy the read and let me know how the battlerager fitted into your campaign.

3 responses to “Dungeons & Dragons 3.5: Battlerager Class”

  1. Rense says:

    This is a nasty little bugger! I’ve always liked the stories you told about Battleragers, but now you’ve really brought them to life! Not only did you adapt some existing rules, but, as you indicate yourself, you wrote some new rules!

    It would be fun to try some of those Battlerager tactics! They truly appear frantic. Oh, and scary as an opponent.

  2. drew says:

    I just finished the drizzt series and I play D&D and thought about making a battlerager class for games at home. The class you made is very good but I worried it might be overpowered. After looking over it, I think itll work. ty

  3. admin says:

    Thanks! I have one character playtesting the Battlerager too. It’s great fun 😀

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