Their efforts are concentrated on getting as much attention to their proposed changes, and after having looked said changes over ourselves, we decided to help them out by sharing them. For all the in-depth analysis and details, head on over to the aptly named barbarianbuffproposals.strikingly.com, while we take a look at the general idea here.
The main problems Free and Rage focus on are twofold:
Certain parts of sets and/or builds are simply not working, such as Rend in WotW or Avalanche in MoE.
A lot of supporting legendaries are either outdated or just bad, and so a lot of BiS slots are taken by generic cross-class items, so LoN and primary skill builds are weak as a result.
The solutions are manifold and very detailed, but are also separated into 3 categories, with the first being a simple (but also very detailed) fixes to the broken sets and skills, as well as buffs to the under-performing legendaries, while the second goes much deeper and suggests larger gameplay changes, such as set and item overhauls. The third category is somewhat separate and focuses on passive skill changes/buffs.
The actual solutions presented in these 3 categories are truly massive and detailed, so we’ll just focus on category 1, aka the “simple” number increase only solutions, and direct you over to the barbarianbuffproposals site for all the rest:
As mentioned, this is just 1 of three proposed solutions and you should really check out the full page as it not only gives a great overview of where Barbarians are at the moment, but also some great solutions that go beyond simple number tweaks. In any case, big thanks to Free and Rage for keeping the Barbarian community alive and caring so much about the class and game in general.