Hello adventurers of all shapes and sizes. Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for clicked on to the 40th episode of our d&d feats list series. My goodness has it been a good run so far. Today we’re gonna be taking a look at one of the only orc racial features in the entire game currently. Today we’re taking a look at dnd 5e orcish fury feat for those particularly moody orcs out there or technically half works in this case.
It’s kind of weird why that’s the case well whatever it does not matter. This feat is found in the xanathar’s guide to everything if you don’t have it i’d highly recommend getting it it’s a great resource to have on hand. With that hype out of the way let’s take a look at the description so we know what we’re talking about.
As i briefly mentioned earlier there is a prerequisite for this and that is you gotta be a dnd 5e half-orc. Which kind of makes sense you know names orchish, fury so if you’re worn or couldn’t really make much sense right! that being said. The feat read as followed.
As per this d&d 5e orchish fury feat your inner fury will burn tirelessly. You can gain the below mentioned advantages.
- It can increase your strength or Constitution score by 1, up to a maximum of 20.
- When you do hit by using an attack which has been made with a simple or a martial weapon, you can simply roll one of a weapon’s damage dice an additional duration and also add it like an extra damage of the weapon’s damage type. However once you could use this ability and you can not use this again unless until you make it to finish a short or a long rest.
- Al though immediately after you would use your Relentless Endurance trait, you are also capable to use your reaction to make one weapon attack.
Really really cool stuff there. You know i got a couple ideas with synergize great with. But it’s definitely worth taking a look at just of your half-orc in general. That being said let’s look at the walkthrough and let’s flesh the so just a little bit better. You can also read our latest trending article on drow high magic
So, first and foremost that +1 to strength or con a fairly self-explanatory. Depending on what build you’re gonna want to go with it kind of varies. If you’re a caster you usually want conover strength. Even if you’re a gish. That being said if your strength is one away from its modifier increase and that’s what you’re using then i’d put it in that regardless that kind of takes priority right! You may also like to read our second chance feat 5e article.
Okay so the second proponent there when you hit with the martial weapon you can rule additional damage die. Really really cool stuff, it’s kind of similar toward though half works already have with savage attack only this one doesn’t need to be done on a critical hit can be done on any strike which is really cool it’s kind of like attacking with an offhanded weapon. Really cool stuff and then the 5e relentless endurance roughly translates to reaction getting you an additional weapon attack.
Which is really cool when you think about it. If in case you’re not familiar with what relentless endurance is. When you are reduced to zero hit points but not killed right away you can drop to one hit point instead and then you can’t use it again until you finish a long rest up. So it’s pretty cool, so it’s basically let’s you take a hit and get up and then hit someone else right back.
Which is very much like an orc kind of thing like flavor wise and more wise it makes sense. That being said let’s take a look at my personal thoughts on it.
overall, i think this is pretty good. You know it wouldn’t be my first choice for anything in particular or any builds in particular. But it would be an interesting second. In terms of who’d gain the most from this all of your melee attackers or your melee weapon attackers to be more specific.
So path of the kenzie monk would actually gain a decent amount from this Dex or close range based rogues and also get quite a bit of usage out of this and as well as your hex blade warlocks.
Reason why a couple of reasons why i guess firstly you gain the benefit of tankiness just through being a half-orc alone and this feat really helps you bolster that attack damage which is super great. Fighters could benefit from it as well the only thing is as fighters and barbarians there are better feats out there for them than this one and that’s how in order to get a ton of attacks as it is finders especially. So i wouldn’t put it very high on their list of usage. Would you like to read our lucky feat in dnd 5e article!
That being said! i might be wrong, but please if you have any thoughts, opinions, builds ideas, cool stories or anything like that please take it down in the comments below i love reading them i always respond. Thank you so much guys and as always happy adventuring and have a great day.