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Sharkfolk Player Race

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This PDF contains traits and lore for a new player race for Dungeons & Dragons 5e; the sharkfolk.

Calling themselves the Carchari, sharkfolk spend much of their lives as lonars.  They rarely come together in groups, usually only to tackle obstacles too large for a single individual to overcome.  The other races of the world consider them to be pirates and raiders, violent beasts who kill on sight and come onto land only to plunder.  While many Carchari do find themselves venturing down this path, the race as a whole simply yearns for adventure and excitement, and pirating often provides those in spades.

Sharkfolk make great barbarians; their increased strength and constitution lend to the class well, and their blood frenzy ability is not only flavorful (BLOOD RAGE), but mechanically useful for any kind of striker class such as fighter or monk.  Assassin rogue sharkfolk are also a bit of a mechanical niche, owing again to their blood frenzy which can give them much-needed advantage for a single attack.

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11-13-2017 - Version 2.0

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  • With the release of Xanathar's, the PDF has been updated with a sharkfolk racial feat.  The aim is to make the sharkfolk even more of a watery predator, adding an increased swimming speed, blindsight while underwater, and an increased use of Blood Frenzy (which is something you may want even while landlocked).  These new traits are based on earlier designs for the race that were cut or removed, but felt appropriately sharky.

10-31-2017 - Version 1.2

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Josh B November 05, 2017 3:27 pm UTC
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Is this meant for 5e? It doesn't say anywhere but the mechanics seems to be 5e's.
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Jeff V November 08, 2017 3:23 pm UTC
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Yes it is, I'll make sure that's properly referenced in the description.
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Kay H November 01, 2017 2:03 am UTC
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It looks great but there is no file to download.
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Jeff V November 01, 2017 2:43 pm UTC
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That's very odd; I see a download in my creator page and also when I attempt to "purchase" it as a customer. Can you attempt to "purchase" again and see if a download becomes available? You have to go through a few pages before it'll show up.
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Kay H November 01, 2017 9:01 pm UTC
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I got it now. Thank you
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