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The Incomplete Guide to the Inhabitants of the Feywild

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A collection of 11 Fey races and 30 subraces to bring some mischief and fairytale wonder to your game.

The Feywild is a place of extremes fueled by magic. It is a land of contradictions, bright and yet dark, beautiful yet deadly, full of endless wonder and peril interwoven and inextricable. The laws of science, logic, and reason defer to the arts of magic, story, and rhyme. And these are the people who inhabit it.

In this PDF you'll find a collection of 11 homebrewn Fey races and 30 subraces to play in a 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons game. The races include Ainmhí (Beastfolk), Arachne, Banshee, Beastkin, Elfin, Fairy, Fey Lycanthrope, Merfolk, Nymph, Treant, and Unrooted. 

(They've all been tested and balanced, but feedback is welcome and I'll update the file if something needs to be changed. I might work on original art for all the subraces in the future if this does well enough. The PDF is free, but if you like it, I'd love a contribution or a review! If I get to 10 reviews I'll add a Ghost race, or another race requested by the community)

Let me know if you implement these in your game! You can reach me at @DianaSousaArt.

Current version: v1.0.

 
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