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New player race: Troll

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This document contains rules for making a troll as a player character. It also contains information for the DM about how to handle a troll in a D&D game. It is intended for use in silly short games or evil monster campaigns.

Troll race: 5 pages

Subraces: 1 page

Troll background: 3 pages

DM information: 3 pages

Designer's notes: 10 pages

 
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Brett K April 26, 2018 5:12 pm UTC
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I like the idea, but I have some suggestions. I have thought about large races and regeneration for some time. I have even made a set of rules for Large PCs. Look here, https://www.reddit.com/r/DnDHomebrew/comments/8anmcy/need_feedback_on_rules_for_homebrew/ for those rules. I also came up with a form of regeneration that worked off of your Hit Dice. Use a bonus action to expend one die to heal.

My big issue is that I can't test this myself, and I've had no feedback from those I have presented my rules to. I will say you should drop the permanent advantage to strength saves. No large creature has that ability.
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Michael N April 27, 2018 12:41 pm UTC
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I have been looking into the strength check/save advantage. You are right, no large creature has this. This text comes from enlarge spell. Looking through the Monster Manual, I see that most large creatures have a strength score around 20. I have come to the conclusion that giving you advantage on the strength checks and saving throws is a nerfed down version of giving you a plus 10 bonus to your strength score. I will remove this from the document as soon as I get the time and upload a new version.

I have skimmed your reddit thread. I will make a more in depth comment there.

I will say that using your bonus action to regenerate doesn’t sit well with me. Many classes, rogues in particular, rely heavily on the bonus action. I don’t think that having to make a choice whether you want to regenerate or disengage will work. If you have a limited amount of regenerative ability, you end up in a situation with two choices: One is to take damage and regenerate it. The other is to avoid taking...See more
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This title was added to our catalog on April 25, 2018.