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Candlekeep Geographic Vol. 1: Tabaxi Subraces (5e)
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Candlekeep Geographic Vol. 1: Tabaxi Subraces (5e)


Tabaxi are a mysterious and oft-misunderstood race of creatures. With unclear origins, far-away roots, and tight lips about the lands they have come from, it is often difficult to suss out more than we already know about them.

Enter this handy field guide! Within the pages of this article, you will find additional information on Tabaxi, as well as the introduction of three new subraces, as the author explores Chult and beyond to track down those blessed by the Cat Lord. Also in this guide is an unexpected, Rakshasa-themed Tiefling variant, for those of fiendish blood who wish to pass as your furry bretheren.


4 brand new subrace options for Tabaxi and Tiefling!

11 brand new Feat options for Tabaxi and Tiefling!

The Candlekeep Geographic series consists of articles and journals written by esteemed Candlekeep scholar Balthezar, sometimes called "Cloudgazer," as he explores the continent of Faerûn and beyond.

A set of character options designed by David Hardie.

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