Aerial Warrior(Barbarian Path)
The pegasi have worked out unique ways to take fury to the skies. They maximize their flying mobility to strike at foes from all directions at once. This archetype can only be taken by barbarians with a natural fly speed.
Swift Wings: Starting when you choose this path at 3rd level, your wings seem to go into the same frenzy as the rest of you. You can take a dash as a bonus action during a rage. When you do, your movement rate is increased by 5 feet. This bonus increases by 5 feet at 7th level and every 4 levels beyond it.
Ultimate Mobility: At 3rd level, when you take this path, you become harder to hit while moving. While you are raging and not wearing heavy armor, other creatures have disadvantage on opportunity attack rolls against you. If they roll a natural 1 on an attempted opportunity attack against you, you may use a reaction to make a single melee attack against them.
Dive Bomb: At 6th level, while raging, If you attack after moving at least half your allowed movement rate, you gain advantage on the attack roll and add twice your rage bonus to the damage. With such a charge, while raging, you also gain advantage to break things at the end of the movement.
Master of the Skies: At 10th level, You can attempt to knock fellow flyers from the sky. Make a single melee attack. Instead of dealing damage on a hit, the target must make a strength or dexterity save (their choice) at a DC of 10 + your strength bonus + your proficiency bonus. A failure knocks them prone, which causes a flyer to plummet to the ground, even if fueled by magic or similar means. Creatures that would not normally fall due to being knocked prone only falls 5 feet per point they miss by. Any saving throw you make that would prevent your falling is made with advantage.
Fastest Alive: Starting at 14th level, When struck with a melee or ranged weapon, you may, if not wearing heavy armor, use a reaction to immediately make a dash action. This causes the attack to gain disadvantage, which may turn a hit into a miss. You still provoke for the movement. If you end the movement beside an enemy, you may make a single melee attack as part of the movement at disadvantage.