A titan is a moving wave of destruction on the battlefield.

They are experts in close-quarters combat who have blended hand-to-hand combat wearing power armor with firearms into a devastating combination.

Havoc Charge

Starting at 3rd level, when you move at least 20 feet in an interrupted line towards an enemy, you gain advantage on attack rolls against that enemy and all enemies gain advantage on attack rolls against you until the start of your next turn. If you successfully attack your enemy, you deal an extra 2d6 damage of the same type. This bonus damage only applies to the first attack you make against this enemy this round.


Starting at 7th level, you would take damage from an effect that deals half damage on a successful saving throw, as a reaction you may choose to take half damage on a failed saving throw or no damage on a successful saving throw. You can use this ability a number of times equal to your Constitution modifier. The usages of this ability reset once you take a long rest.

Havoc Barrier

At 10th level, when you use your Havoc Charge class feature, you may spend a reaction in order to gain temporary Hit Points equal to half your level (rounded down). Once you use this ability, you must take either a short rest or a long rest in order to use it again.


Starting at 15th level, whenever you successfully attack a creature using your Havoc Charge ability, you can spend a bonus action to create a massive shockwave within a 10 ft. radius. All creatures within this radius must succeed Dexterity saving throw with a DC of 8 + your Strength modifier + your proficiency bonus, or immediately be knocked prone.

Army of One

At 18th level, the damage done by your Havoc Charge class feature increases to 4d6. Additionally, this damage applies to all attacks you make in the round against the creature you used your Havoc Charge on, instead of just the first.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

Power Armor (5E) © 2020, Legendary Games; Authors Robert Brookes, Jesse Benner, Jeff Dahl, Robyn Fields, Nick Hite, Andre James. Adapted by Michael Ritter.