Fiend

Fiend

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When it comes to combat, few truly wish to fight. Sure, there are those who enjoy pitting themselves against a foe that will challenge them, but a Fiend is an entirely different being. While normal most of the time, when a battle starts they become a weapon of war, cutting and slashing through foes as if they were nothing. A Fiend relishes battle, relishes the blood running down his arms, relishes how he watches his opponents fall before him. Those stuck fighting a Fiend, beware; they are beyond human in their capabilities. Inhuman endurance, inhuman power, and an inhuman desire to spill your innards across the ground.

New Edge

Brutal Fighter
Prerequisites: Adept Combat, Novice Intimidation
Effect: You learn the Moves Rage and Strength.

The Class

Fiend
[Class][+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Brutal Fighter
Static
Effect: You gain the White Flame Ability.

Executioner
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Fiend
Static
Effect: As long as you are Enraged, you may make a Coup de Grace Action as a Standard Action instead of a Full Action.

Bleed
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Executioner
1 AP - Swift Action
Trigger: You hit with an Attack while Enraged.
Effect: The Target takes damage equal to your Combat Rank for 1d4+1 rounds. This damage is not affected by Defenses or Type Advantage.

Brutal Strikes
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Fiend, Expert Combat
Static
Effect: You learn the Moves Crush Claw and Facade. You may only use these Moves while Enraged.

Adrenaline Rush
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Fiend, Expert Combat
1 AP – Free Action
Trigger: You fell a foe; or roll a 20 on an Accuracy Roll against a foe while Enraged.
Effect: You gain Temporary HP equal to your Combat Rank doubled.

This Fight Isn't Over!
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: Adrenaline Rush
Battle
Trigger: You fall unconscious while Enraged.
Effect: You gain 1 Injury. You may continue to act this turn as if you were still conscious.

Warmonger
[+2 Attack]
Prerequisites: 5 Fiend Features, Master Combat
Static
Effect: You learn the Move Thrash. As long as you are Enraged before using Thrash, you do not become Confused.

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