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Minor Change, removed offensive language
Made a minor change, removing offensive language in the description of Trap sense that some racist must have added at one point. 184.108.40.206 03:45, December 27, 2011 (UTC)
Request someone with MotB fill in levels 21-30 please. I don't yet own the expansion and am anxious to see what it will offer barbarians (and several other classes for that matter).
Ex-Barbarian rage? Edit
Can anyone confirm whether Lawful ex-Barbarians can still rage as in NWN1? The article merely says they cannot gain more Barbarian levels, but does not list Rage in the list of retained benefits. A previous version of the article did explicitly say they lose the ability to rage, but this has been edited out.
Anyone know what happens when a Lawful ex-Barbarian reverts to non-Lawful? Does the Rage ability come back?
An opinion on 'ideal Barbarian Status' as posted by ARHicks Edit
Ideal stats for beginner players.
- Strength: 18 (Add 12 Bonus points and Great Attribute feats)
- Dexterity: 12
- Constitution: 14
- Intelligence: 12
- Wisdom: 10
- Charisma: 8
Note: The stats are based on humans, but the attribute scores will differ depending on what race you are. This is just one of the many builds you can use. This build allow you access to Thundering Rage and Overwhelming Critical. On a even smaller note, if you cross-class one level, you can get Epic Rage at level 29. -- ARHicks00
This opinion piece was posted on the article page. The article page is not the place for opinions so I moved it to here. And in case you're wondering, I don't endorse this opinion. GT74 19:47, 22 May 2009 (UTC)
Changed a line in the rage section Edit
I changed the line from the rage section that read:
"Note: Barbarian rage no longer stacks with Frenzy or the spell-like Rage."
Since this isn't true; as far as I'm aware Rage stacks perfectly well with Frenzy since Rage = non-enhancement bonus and Frenzy = enhancement bonus.
Damage Reduction vs. Resistance? Edit
Is it Damage Reduction, or Damage Resistance that they get? As I understand it, Damage Resistance is defined as being non bypassable under any circumstances. Is this the case with what Barbarians get? Nokem 17:07, July 30, 2011 (UTC)