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Xiongmao-Ren (Pandafolk) 5E Race

Xiongmao-Ren (Pandafolk) 5E Race

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Xiongmao-Ren: The Pandafolk Race of 5E D&D

This add-on provides a new pandafolk race for 5E D&D with four subraces.  The race is balanced against the official races of 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons.

The Xiongma-Ren (roughly translated to Pandafolk) are generally friendly humanoids that live in the forests of Rokugan, an empire far to the east of Faerun in Kara-Tur.  Friendly and peaceful, most pandafolk enjoy the small things in life, eating, drinking, sleeping, and living long and peaceful lives.

However, as is a common saying in Kara-Tur, never face an angry panda.  A determined and enraged member of the pandafolk is extremely dangerous.


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Joseph P December 15, 2019 6:11 pm UTC
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Fun choices here.
Small issue: Subrace Red-Bear Panda opens Raekun Panda (in subrace descriptions). Character create selecting seems to get two distinct sub-races.
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Aaron G December 15, 2019 7:33 pm UTC
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There's a reason the Raekun have a reputation for being rascals ... :D

I uploaded a fixed version, thx for letting me know.
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Brian B December 14, 2019 6:34 pm UTC
Booooo! Go play World of Warcraft! :(
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Aaron G December 14, 2019 9:13 pm UTC
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The Raekun take offense at your dissatisfaction. Your trash cans have been targeted for raids.
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Brian B December 25, 2019 7:49 am UTC
Typical of a furry to eat garbage.
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This title was added to our catalog on December 14, 2019.