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Nausicaä Harris' Player Species Guide

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This guide provides a series of homebrew statistics, bringing the “monster” species into a similar tier as the nice-looking mammals of the Player's Handbook and reviving forgotten gems from previous editions. Dungeons & Dragons ought to enable the players to go as hog wild as the Dungeon Master is allowed to, and I aim to deliver. This includes:

  • Revised player statistics for goblinoids, gnolls, kobolds, lizardfolk, orcs and half-orcs, and yuan-ti, with expanded subtype options
  • Conversions for six other “monsters” from 5th and previous editions
  • Conversions and new takes on eight supplementary player species from earlier editions
  • New variants for aasimar, humans, and tieflings
  • Original art

This guide was a labor of love created over the weeks when my regular D&D group was unable to meet. Donations are accepted but by no means expected; I'm far more interested in your readership and support.

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