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Races, Subraces, & Culture

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Ever play a dwarf who in his backstory was raised by a family of half-elves and wonder how did he learn to fight with dwarven weapons. Shouldn't he be a bit weaker, however more charismatic. Well if not you should play a character like this.

What you get.

  • All PHB Races & Subraces are broken down into Races, Subraces, and Culture. 
  • Volo's Races are broken down into (minus the monsterious races) 
  • Feyblood
  • Aarokoca & Deep Gnomes
  • Gray Dwarves
  • Tiefling Bloodlines 
  • 8 Other cultures outside of Racial Cultures
  • Fully done and streamlined system. 

What you don't get.

Balance. I mean you get as much balance as I could fit into this while trying to keep it as close to WOTC styling as possible. 

I am currently working on my next release which will include many more races and subraces from the past and a few of my own. With that release will come my rebalanced release. 

 
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Imogen C February 03, 2018 9:39 am UTC
this looks interesting

i thought other setting stuff was allowed as long as it can be worked within forgotten realms somehow (eg how spelljammer allowed other races to appear in other worlds
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William C February 03, 2018 1:03 pm UTC
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Interesting. I will have to do more research. Until then I still have plenty of choices to go with as is.
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This title was added to our catalog on February 02, 2018.