Amiri by Wayne Renolyds. The barbarian "Iconic" character for Pathfinder. Iconic characters in Pathfinder illustrate the hows and whys of class to players both new and old, along with having their own place in the setting.
The barbarian has fewer distinct tactical options than D&D's other primary melee combatant, the fighter. Instead of the many bonus feats that the fighter can choose from, barbarians receive a small but unique list of special abilities that make them equally valued on the battlefield.