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Elven subraces, 5 new ways to play an elf

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NOTE: WHILE OT OF DATE, THIS WORK WILL REMAIN IN THE GUILD AS A PAY WHAT YOU WANT. IF YOU LIKE IT, CHECK OUT THE UPDATED VERSION, MY NEW SUBRACE COMPENDIUM.

Those subraces were meant to explore –
and make playable in 5th edition – five unusual concepts of “elf”.

Two of them – the sea and winged elf – are highly traditional, and follow concepts well known to D&D players.

The savage elf is the elven version of a well known stereotype, the primitive and vicious ancestor or fallen heir of a proud civilization.

The venerable elf's concept comes from my studies of Hindi culture and Sanskrit literature, and from the intuition that D&D traditional elves offer a great foundation for an Indian-like culture; Sanskrit even provided the name for all the subraces.

Last but not least – first in fact – the debauched elf is my porting in 5th edition of a certain race of elfin humanoids, their emperor being the albino whose adventures and novels were, among other works, instrumental in the birth of D&D.


Last but not least, if you have any suggestion, please write a review and comment. I'm more than eager to update my works to make them more suitable.

 
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