Quiet Anger (3.5e Trait)

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Quiet Anger[edit]

You are bottled within yourself and letting no emotions visible, but within is a mix of everything that has been kept inside.
Benefit: You gain a +4 to bluff and when letting your emotions go, you gain temporary "Die Hard" feat.
Drawback: −4 to Diplomacy and Fortitude saves
Roleplaying Ideas: A character with this trait may be any class with a temper problem and it would work well with a Barbarian.



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