Unstoppable Rage (5e Feat)

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Unstoppable Rage[edit]

Prerequisites: Rage class feature
One of your Rage uses becomes an Unstoppable Rage, which you may spend to go into an unstoppable rage.

When you go into an unstoppable rage, in addition to the normal Rage features:

  • You do not take damage until your rage ends or you are incapacitated. When either of those conditions are met, you take all the damage that you would have taken and for every 20 points of damage taken you during your unstoppable rage you gain one level of exhaustion.
  • When your unstoppable rage ends, you gain one level of exhaustion.

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