Advice on Barb Build


Advice


I know I just made a post about a monk build, but I was also considering playing a Barbarian. I just want constructive feedback on both builds and will present both to our DM when we meet before the campaign.

As stated in the other thread, we use a roll method to determine starting stats, I didn't get as lucky with these stats as I did for the monk, but that's ok since I don't need as many higher stats for the Barb.

Level 7 Half Elf Barbarian (Invulnerable Rager)

Str 21 (base 18 +1 lvl 4 & +2 racial)
Dex 14
Con 17
Int 13
Wis 11
Cha 10

HP 86

Swapped the Adaptability trait for the Ancestral Arms trait so I can use the elven curve blade, 1d10/18-20x2, so that I didn't have to waste a feat for the EWP feat as I get it free with this trait and the curve blade goes with my backstory

Feats:
Power Attack
WF: Elven Curve Blade
Raging Vitality
Furious Focus

Rage Powers
Lesser Beast Totem
Reckless Abandon
Beast Totem

Again please only constructive feedback


materous wrote:

Level 7 Half Elf Barbarian (Invulnerable Rager)

...STUFF...
Again please only constructive feedback

Based on everything I have seen (and learned). You look pretty good here. Make sure to scream CROM everytime you Crit.


Broken wrote:


Based on everything I have seen (and learned). You look pretty good here. Make sure to scream CROM everytime you Crit.

Thanks, still kinda new to D&D in general and this is really only the second char I've built from scratch myself, the first was a 3.5 dwarf fighter (that someone who had played for a while helped me build) that would cut goblins in half in one attack with a 1h dwarven axe, so hearing that from someone helps.

Kinda newbish question, does CROM actually stand for anything?


CROM


Chadlee Windham wrote:
CROM

Ahh, now it makes sense, just gotta put two and two together to get three...I always thought that was spelled Krom, ehh to each his own...


With that dex you should stick with medium armor, of course, unless you expect the game will have a lot of skirmishing and such. The temptation to go at 40 feet per round is high but that's what a mithral breastplate is eventually for.


Yeah I wasn't planning on going heavy armor, just doesn't suit how I wanted to play him, as I said in my other post, I like to RP my guys pretty heavily, and with the backstory I was creating for this guy, heavy armor wasn't part of it

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