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Nasci

“We are surrounded by various histories and fragments from the ages. Some are true. Some are only the approximation of truth. Some truths are hard to accept. If you believe only what you like in the histories, and reject what you don’t want to believe, it is not the truth you seek, but a confirmation of your own opinions. You will never find truth that way."

Jeff Wheeler, Dryad-Born

Heartfelt, pleasant, and encouraging by nature, the Nasci see fulfilling their callings and responsibilities to be their primary mission in life.  They are the spawn of the guardian of the wood, and take the role of warden on as a mantle passed down from their heritage.  They are constantly seeking lifelong bonds and believe in harmony and peace.  The Nasci have a very clear idea of the way things should be, which they strive to attain throughout their lifetime.  But just as the gentle breeze of the fall can warm the soul, be wary of the storm that rages inside, for the Nasci are capable of bitter cold and fierce wrath for anyone who would harm nature or their loved ones.

 
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May 14th, 2016
Some intriguing ideas here, although it's not always clear how the Nasci might fit in with some of the other plant and fey creatures in the D&D setting overall. Perhaps some further discussion of their fey ancestry would have been useful too. Certa [...]
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March 29, 2016
This title was added to our catalog on March 26, 2016.