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Race Compendium: Beastfolk and Anthropomorphic Animals (5E)

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18 new races for 5E! Five are fully-realized beastfolk races with detailed histories, personalities, and physical descriptions. The other thirteen are archetypes representing various generic flavors of beastfolk. Contents include:

Thrummers: Long ago, these humanoid hummingbirds were driven underground. Now they have adapted to their subterranean home. They sense their surroundings using echolocation and drink blood instead of flower nectar.

Yikars: These foul-smelling yak-men are obsessed with necromancy. They pursue forbidden magic, regardless of the toll on their bodies and souls.

Lemurians: These humanoid lemurs are the remnants of an ancient, magically advanced society. They are a scattered race of traveling bards and circus performers.

Polyfolk: These hideous beastfolk are the byproduct of a polymorph spell gone wrong. They can mimic any voice or sound.

Lotals: These barbaric axolotls love to fight, brag, dance, or do anything else that draws attention to themselves. They compete constantly to impress the spirits of their ancestors.

13 Generic Races
Amphibians
Aquatic Animals
Avians
Beasts of Burden
Burrowers
Climbers
Herd Animals
Predators
Reptiles
Scavengers
Sprinters
Serpents
Tundra Animals

 
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File Last Updated:
September 03, 2018
This title was added to our catalog on September 03, 2018.