Brutal Combatant (5e Subclass)

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Brutal Combatant[edit]

Fighter

Weapon of Choice

When you choose this subclass at 3rd level, choose one Melee weapon you are proficient with. Attacks with this specific type of weapon add your proficiency bonus to its damage. You cannot be disarmed or pick-pocketed of this weapon as long as you are not incapacitated. This weapon of choice will be used for other Brutal Combatant features.

Shock and Awe

Starting at 7th level, once per round when you take an opponent to zero hit points with an attack with your Weapon of Choice, you may roll an attack with it one additional time as a reaction. All hostile creatures within 30 feet of you must make a Wisdom saving against this additional attack roll as a DC. On failed save a creature becomes stunned until the end of their next turn.

Follow Through

At 10th level, whenever you hit a creature with your Weapon of Choice, its must make a Strength saving throw or Strength (Athletics) check (defender's choice) against your attack roll as a DC. If the creature fails the save or check they are knocked prone. You may use your bonus action to attack a prone creature with your Weapon of Choice.

Devastation

Starting at 15th level, your Weapon of Choice does one extra die of damage. Whenever you take a creature to zero hit points with attack from your Weapon of Choice, you may make one additional attack with it against another creature within reach.

I Think Not

Starting at 18th level, If you roll a "1" on an attack roll with your Weapon of Choice, you may immediately reroll your attack with advantage. You may only use this Once per finished long rest. Also at 18th level, if you take damage from a creature, you may use your reaction to attack them with your Weapon of Choice. If this attack takes the target to zero hit points, this feature will not consume your reaction.


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