Level Up (A5E) Untamed Synergy Feat and Furious Critical, possible oversight, hoping for clarification.

butlerlog

Villager
Something that I have noticed while converting my druid. There is the Untamed synergy feat tree for berserker/druid, where it is built around allowing you to rage and wildshape at the same time. At second level and every two levels after though, the berserker gets a new furious critical effect to add to their critical hits, and later on gets a higher crit range. To add a furious critical modifier, the attack has to come from a weapon with the heavy, versatile or two-handed property. While wildshaped, your natural weapons obviously don't have any tags.

Is the Untamed multiclass intended to just not get any bonus from furious critical? It seems a pretty important feature to just not get when you are taking a synergy feat meant to make the multiclass function.
 

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Gandalf970

Explorer
If I remember reading the druid class and wildshape all of your gear is merged into you. If you are already a Berserker and have the said weapons when you wild shape, then it makes sense that you would be able to use the furious critical with Untamed Multiclass. That is my interpretation anyway.
 


TheAmishNerd

Villager
Hi! The intention was to allow all of the berserker's core abilities to function while in a wild shape and the interaction with furious critical was an oversight. We'll be making some minor revisions to the untamed feat to make this happen.
 

butlerlog

Villager
Hi! The intention was to allow all of the berserker's core abilities to function while in a wild shape and the interaction with furious critical was an oversight. We'll be making some minor revisions to the untamed feat to make this happen.
Thank you so much for the response!
 

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