Meeting Magic Warrior Dedication Feat Pre-Requisites as a Barbarian at Level 2


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Howdy, Title explains my predicament. I want to create a Barbarian Animal Instinct that Goes into Magic Warrior Dedication at Lvl. 2. Is this possible?


There's no way for a barbarian to get focus spells outside of multiclassing, so no, this can't happen at 2.


no

you need it for RP reasons or mechanics?


RP Reasons mostly!


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No I don't think you can.
Even with the Elvish heritage for multiclassing at lv 1, you still wouldn't be able to snag enough multiclass feats to pick up a second multiclass until 6 or 8 I think. Since most of the feats require lv 4 to take em.


SpaceWhale42 wrote:
RP Reasons mostly!

monk is the only martial class you can do it with...


Zwordsman wrote:

No I don't think you can.

Even with the Elvish heritage for multiclassing at lv 1, you still wouldn't be able to snag enough multiclass feats to pick up a second multiclass until 6 or 8 I think. Since most of the feats require lv 4 to take em.

elvish heritage for multiclassing?


I don't have the lost omens one. But I heard someone else talkinga bout a hertiage (I assume its a heritage, not a feat) that allowed them to start with a multiclass dedication at lv 1 instead of the normal lv 1 bonuses.

Something related to Elf specifically. I haven't seen it yet myself.


The Ancient Elf Heritage lets you take a level 2 dedication at level 1, but you still need all the other requirements.


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Ancient Elf is the heritage you're talking about.


And I don't believe it's released yet in any case.
Though it might be worth looking into when it comes out because an elvan barb sounds like fun and something you could get away with now without being utterly destroyed thanks to your Con ability flaw.


also, it works just for multiclass archetypes...so just with other classes


If it's just RP, just tell your GM you want your character to be in with this sect.
I think it's already assumed if you're from Mwangi region that you can do so if you wish.
Nothing stopping you from wearing mask without the magical benefits if you so wish.
(of course, you can be building to qualify later for actual Archetype with magical benefits)


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Quandary wrote:

If it's just RP, just tell your GM you want your character to be in with this sect.

I think it's already assumed if you're from Mwangi region that you can do so if you wish.
Nothing stopping you from wearing mask without the magical benefits if you so wish.
(of course, you can be building to qualify later for actual Archetype with magical benefits)

Imo your character will be better off in the long run just RPing being a Magic Warrior than actually taking those useless feats. They are definitely really cool in the lore! You can take Runescarred or Multiclass or something to get a bit of magic to pull it off better. Should beat the +1 vs Divination spells with an Anathema which eventually leads to stuff an Animal barbarian can already do better.

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