Blind Rage (3.5e Flaw)

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Blind Rage[edit]

You cannot distinguish between friend and foe when you are raging.
Prerequisite: Rage Ability.
Effect: You cannot end your Rage voluntarily. You Rage for the complete duration and must attack a creature each round, if able. If there are no available creatures to attack within melee range, then you must move towards any visible creature. If no creatures are visible you attack the nearest breakable object. If the only thing left to attack is friendly units, you must attack them.

You get a Will Save of 15 DC each round on your turn to stop yourself attacking an ally.

If any foes become visible you can attack them and engage them rather than an ally.



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