Benefit: While you are raging, you designate a single foe within 30 feet of you who must make a Will save (DC = 10 one-half your character level your Charisma modifier) or become shaken for as long as you continue to rage and the target can see you.
(A shaken creature suffers a -2 morale penalty on attack rolls, saves, and checks.) A target who makes the save remains immune to the intimidating effect of your rage for one day.
This is part of the (3.5e) Revised System Reference Document.
I'm making my first Barbarian, and was wondering if anyone has an opinion of the Intimidating Rage feat out of Mo W.I'm going with a diplomacy/intimidation theme and thought this a fitting feat.Anyone have and opinions or experience with the feat in action? With intimidating rage goinf you can easy intimidate someone five or more levels higher then you.I really like this feat and thing it adds character to the rage ability. I have to admit I would not have taken it except for the fact you have to have it to play be a Frenzied Berserker.And they remain shaken for the duration of your rage.
Then again, he probably doesn't have Intimidate anyway...
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I will have to say that my DM kinda house-ruled the feat for me a bit.
He ruled that if I succeed in causing someone to be shaken that if I can make them fail a second or even a third save vs.
my intimidating rage that their fear increases which causes them to go into the deeper stages of fear.