Then again, he probably doesn't have Intimidate anyway...
arcane awarded balance barbarian bard beastfolk beguiler changeling chaos cleric combat creation divine dragon druid elf evil fighter good human law monk moved psion psionic ranger rogue swordsage warlock wizard Intimidating Rage Type: General Sources: Complete Warrior Your rage engenders fear in your opponents. Benefit: While you are raging, you designate a single foe within 30 feet of you that you can attempt to demoralize as a free action (see the Intimidate skill).
Well, Extra Rage so he gets it more times per day might be good... Warrior such that every time you enter a rage, as a free action you can demoralize one enemy within 30 ft with Intimidate.
And they remain shaken for the duration of your rage.
It gives sexist men and women cover to discriminate both in hiring and in giving projects, and to brand female attorneys based on “appropriateness,” which too often correlates to perceived social class (of which race also factors in) and to body type.
Don’t get me wrong: In the legal profession, there are appropriateness lines.
A player of mine wants to play a half-orc paragon/monk he plans on going into fist of the forest so whenever he rages his con increase will make his ac penalty go away.
He has been asking me for feats that improve his rage. I know there is one that increases the str bonus given by rage but i dont remember the name or the bool=k A player of mine wants to play a half-orc paragon/monk he plans on going into fist of the forest so whenever he rages his con increase will make his ac penalty go away.
A foe that you successfully demoralize remains shaken for as long as you continue to rage.
You may only use this feat against a single foe in any particular encounter.
But there’s a big difference between making individual choices in a constricted environment in order to better your changes at getting a job you need, and convening a where you have leaders in the legal field shaming women for what they wear, and promoting some really backwards, sexist viewpoints.