|1 person marked this as a favorite.|
If the barbarian really wants that Bull's strength, it only takes a few levels of dip to get it. Alternatively, the barbarian is entirely free to invest in potions for it. Then he can use it as much as he likes.
Also, there is a different way of looking at this. The barbarian may well have two attacks to the cleric's one. However, the barbarian is pretty likely to hit either way, making the difference a +4 damage for him. The cleric, if built right, is far more likely to have it affect his chance to hit, meaning you're quite likely to get an extra 1d8+Str bonus+2 or something for the cleric's bull's strength. In general, a cleric taking a round of actions should be giving FAR more than +4 damage. Expecting someone to spend their round buffing you is selfish, useless and stupid. There are exceptions, of course.