Intimidating strike feat 3 5
This is the primary reason for Barbarian class dips, and since Rage doesn't improve until 11th level, a single level dip into Barbarian is very appealing for many Strength-based builds.The only thing you give up by not sticking to Barbarian is users per day, but you can pick up Extra Rage if you really need it.(Ex): Some extra move speed is nice when you like to get into melee combat quickly, and it offsets the speed lost by wearing medium armor.Remember that it doesn't work in heavy armor, so be sure to trade this in for an ACF if you want heavy armor. it's good at first level and it stays good at every level.
Any feat designated as a fighter feat can be selected as a fighter’s bonus feat.It's important to note that I generally omit campaign-setting specific content.I am of the opinion that those options are intended to be limited to campaigns run in those settings, and as such they don't really apply to a generic campaign.Because so little of 3.5 is available on the SRD, I will attempt to tag items with a superscript indicating their book of origin.For help identifying sourcebook abbreviations, see my Sourcebook Abbreviations Guide.
Some feats are general, meaning that no special rules govern them as a group.