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Disabled NPC of the Week: Jeralion the Centaur


Jeralion the Centaur from this week's Accessible Adventure of the Week: The Dour Dowry. Jeralion was born with a form of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome known in centaurs as Slough (/slo͞o/) Hoof, which causes fatigue and pain.

Disabled NPC of the Week

A male centaur. The horse body, tail, and short straight human hair are black. He has horse ears coming out of the top of his head. His skin is pale. He wears a silver necklace with a medallion consisting of a + in a circle.At Wyrmworks Publishing (, we believe that the more people have chances to interact with disabled people, the more normal it will become in their lives, the more comfortable they will be around disabled people, and the more inclusive our world will become. To this end, we release a free disabled character to use in your game every week to help your players grow accustomed to disabled people in an RPG setting, allowing them to get used to interacting with disabled people.

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This product uses disability mechanics from Limitless Heroics - Including Characters with Disabilities, Mental Illness, and Neurodivergence in Fifth Edition.

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This character is one piece of a movement within the D&D community to invite, encourage, and include those who have not been, both in the RPG community and nearly everywhere in real life. Wyrmworks Publishing is dedicated to using RPGs to help you make lives better, to provide tools, training, and a community to this end. We believe that this will extend far beyond the ever-growing RPG community as more and more people learn, grow, and give and receive acceptance. Join the movement by signing up for announcements!

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October 07, 2021
This title was added to our catalog on September 06, 2021.