Does the furious rage flaw cancel out a Barbarians rage?
Barbarian is raging, and then gets hit with a crit, triggering his furious rage mythic flaw. Does the furious rage completely override the existing rage, removing any bonuses, or does it instead "stack", giving another -2 AC and the inhibited skill use?
Furious Rage: Whenever you are demoralized by the
Intimidate skill or hit by a critical hit, you go into an
uncontrollable rage. This functions like the barbarian’s
rage class feature, but you do not gain a bonus to your
Strength or Constitution score (even if you have the rage
class feature). This limits the actions you can perform and
gives you a penalty to your Armor Class. The rage lasts for
1d4 rounds plus a number of rounds equal to your mythic
tier, but you are not fatigued after this duration expires.
Doesn't function as the spell...
|Steven T. Helt Contributor|
Looks to me like Intimidate plus high threats are how you control a mythic barbarian. One set of penalties, no bonuses. Makes sense right: that characters loses control and flies off the handle uselessly. That way barbarians don;t take it for essentially No Flaw.
It's still "no flaw" for barbarians. Sure, they take the penalties, but it's not like a mythic barbarian really needs the Str/Con bonuses anyways.
What it does is give a barbarian a free rage, during which they can use all of their rage abilities, and after which they're not fatigued. This definitely falls into the "barely a flaw" category.