Titan's Strength (5e Feat)
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Prerequisites: Strength 15 or higher
You are noticeably stronger than the average warrior, you gain the following benefits:
- You can wield a melee weapon that has the Two-Handed property with one hand instead.
- You cannot dual wield two-handed weapons but you can wield a two-handed weapon in your dominant hand while wielding a one-handed melee weapon in your offhand (i.e Greataxe and Shortsword combination or Greataxe and Longsword should you choose to take the Dual Wielder feat as well).
- You can wield a shield while wielding a two-handed weapon in one hand. You gain disadvantage on melee attack rolls made with your two-handed weapon while also wielding a shield, reason being it is quite difficult to maneuver such a large weapon while maintaining the required positioning to effectively wield a shield.
- Due to your immense grip strength, you have advantage on strength based rolls to maintain possession of your weapons against disarming effects and you gain a climbing speed equal to half your base movement speed.