Yennog Savage gets its name from the warrior training at Yennog. At this ancient gnoll bastion, they teach warriors to inflict massive damage over accuracy. From the gnolls, this class tactic spread to the Theegans and the goliath and from them outward across the lands.
|subtract from your to-hit and add to your damage, but not to exceed your base attack bonus, when going coup-de-grace the power attack should be maximized since the to-hit is automatic, when attacking low armor classes, forgo to-hit for a quicker kill
|critical threat range is doubled
|+1 on attack with selected weapon type
|+4 on confirm critical with selected weapon type
|gain Improved Toughness as a free feat
Greatsword Threat Range
|greatsword weapon type
|Improved Critical feat
|double threat range
|Power Critical feat
|+4 on confirm critical roll
|as above with a 14 or more required on the confirm critical
The above table can be used for any other weapons with a base threat range (designated as Critical
in the Players Handbook - Table 7-4) of 19-20.