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Talk:Berserker (3.5e Optimized Character Build)

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Not SRD....[edit]

One, only the Player's Handbook items are SRD here. That's the only real problem.

Two, since this doesn't seem to be a 20-level build, might I suggest the half-ogre from Savage Species, which gives +6 Str and +2 Con, as well as Large size?-- 21:36, 5 September 2008 (MDT)

3.0 Material and...[edit]

Sword and Fist is a 3.0 splatbook, so unsure how "3.5" the build is. Furthermore, with Frenzied Berserker you're liable to get your party killed :-S --Ghostwheel 03:05, 14 July 2009 (MDT)

Tribal Protector is from Sword and Fist. That's a D&D 3.0 book. Maybe you want to mix in some D&D 4 stuff, too? *lol* User1234

A feat suggestion[edit]

Consider taking Combat Brute from Complete Warrior, because momentum swing lets you hit with a x3 multiplier on power attack damage the round after charging as long as you take a -5 penalty or greater from PA. So then you can preform a leaping charge for x3 PA damage, and then hit with another x3 PA the next round with momentum swing.

For your consideration...[edit]

If you look in the Deities and Demigods book, you'll find Berserk, a prestige class that emulates a Barbarian's Rage and Frenzied Berserker's Frenzy, basically giving you the equivalent of 3 stackable forms of rage. It also give you Damage Reduction a lot faster than Barbarian will. I wouldn't even bother taking more than a few levels of Barbarian, take the Extra Rage feat, and pour your extra levels into Frenzied Berserker and Berserk. Also, it gives you +10 movement speed with its first level. Which, in my opinion, is totally worth it just for that.

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