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5e Race: The Neko
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5e Race: The Neko

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A new race, hidden in the shadows, and ruling over their clans. High in mountains or hidden in alleyways, scrounging for scraps, or fighting for rule of the tribe, holding true to their own ideals, the neko people root themselves in their ancient traditions and rituals.

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Clinton H January 26, 2016 9:49 pm UTC
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Uh were did you find the Rakshasa art on the cover?
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Steve F January 26, 2016 7:45 pm UTC
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Seems to be pretty closely based on the Khajit from the Elder Scrolls games or the Kerra from EverQuest.

There is nothing bad about this race. I'd add some example names (adult male, adult female, child, tribal/surname) and maybe a block that details their opinion of the more common races (like in the PHB 5e)

Also I would try to make the columns more consistent. The width on the first page is different in the first couple of blocks to the lower part of the page on the right.

Lastly, keep in mind that with a columned page you read like a newspaper, top to bottom left to right. On your first page, you'd read the lower left before you'd read the upper right (typically.)

and a small note to just make sure your text doesn't overlap your images, hard to read.
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