Human Prowess: Warcraft (5e Feat)
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Human Prowess: Warcraft
Prerequisites: human race, proficiency with any armor, proficiency with at least 2 martial weapons
Humanity isn't born for war, but it certainly has been groomed for it. When you take this feat, you gain the following benefits:
- Rallying Cry
As an action, you may let out a rallying cry. For 1 minute, you and every creature of your choice within 10 feet of you may add your proficiency bonus to the damage roll of a single weapon or unarmed attack each turn.
Once you have used this feature, you may not do so again until you complete a long rest.
- Martial Studies
A clever mind is just as deadly as a sharp blade. Select one of the following options. You may not change this decision.
-Beneath My Boot: When you land a melee weapon or unarmed attack against a prone creature, you may choose to impose disadvantage on the next saving throw that creature makes.
-Crushing Grasp: When you successfully grapple a creature, you may choose to crush them as a bonus action. This deals 2d6 bludgeoning damage and imposes disadvantage on all ability checks made to escape the grapple until the beginning of your next turn.
-Fell Strike: When you land a weapon or unarmed attack on a creature, you may opt to deal minimum damage and grant advantage on the next attack roll made against the target of this attack.
You may only use your Martial Studies feature once before requiring a long or short rest to do so again.