A barbarian primal path for D&D 5E
Mark of the Beast
At 3rd level, A feral mauler’s unarmed attacks deal 1d4+Str damage (1d6+Str while raging) and can use a bonus action to make an unarmed attack. While raging, a feral mauler loses the humanoid tag and gains the beast tag.
At 3rd level, a feral mauler gains advantage on Animal Handling skill checks. While raging, a feral mauler can speak with animals at will.
At 6th level, a feral mauler’s unarmed attacks deal 1d6+Str damage (1d8+Str while raging). A feral mauler can score a critical hit with unarmed attacks on an unmodified roll of 19 or 20.
While raging, a 10-level feral mauler can drop to all fours to double their movement speed. Additionally, they are unaffected by naturally occurring difficult terrain and gain advantage on Perception checks related to hearing and smell.
Red in Tooth and Claw
When a feral mauler reaches 14th level, their unarmed attacks now deal 1d8+Str damage (1d10+Str while raging). Whenever a feral mauler hits a target with two or more unarmed attack they can knock the target prone or immediately initiate a grapple.
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