The foul corruption of undeath is a part of you. Somewhere in the past, death became infused with your lineage. Your connection to the attributes of the undead bestows frightening power when your bloodrage.
Bloodline Powers: When you enter a bloodrage, the powers of undeath manifest, empowering your attacks with fear and your body with foul resistances.
At 1st level, when you hit a creature with a charge attack, that creature becomes shaken for a number of rounds equal to 1/2 your bloodrager level (minimum 1). This effect does not cause an existing shaken or frightened condition (from this ability or another source) to turn into frightened or panicked. This is a mind-affecting fear effect.
At 4th level, your melee attacks are treated as if they have the ghost touch weapon special ability.
At 12th level, as a swift action once per bloodrage you can empower your melee attacks with fear. For 1 round, creatures you hit with your melee attacks become shaken. Creatures who are already shaken become frightened. At 16th level, those who are already frightened become panicked. This is a mind-affecting fear effect.
At 16th level, once per day you can choose to become incorporeal. You take only half damage from magic corporeal sources, and you take no damage from non-magic weapons and objects. Your attacks deal damage as normal due to your ghost strike bloodrage power.
At 20th level, you gain immunity to cold, nonlethal damage, paralysis, and sleep. The DR from your damage reduction ability increases to 8. Unintelligent undead don’t notice you unless you attack them. You gain a +4 morale bonus on saving throws made against spells and spell-like abilities cast by undead. You have these benefits constantly, even while not bloodraging.
Section 15: Copyright Notice
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Advanced Class Guide © 2014, Paizo Inc.; Authors: Dennis Baker, Ross Byers, Jesse Benner, Savannah Broadway, Jason Bulmahn, Jim Groves, Tim Hitchcock, Tracy Hurley, Jonathan H. Keith, Will McCardell, Dale C. McCoy, Jr., Tom Phillips, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, Thomas M. Reid, Sean K Reynolds, Tork Shaw, Owen K.C. Stephens, and Russ Taylor.