Sign Up or Sign In. Using Heritage allows us to recognize and embrace diversity within groups as well as create new groups on broader grounds than genus and species. Adventurer Creation From this group, you select one specific type of weapon that you have Mastered. For example, you can select Light Melee Weapons as your Proficient group, and from that, you can select daggers as your Mastered weapon.
Your Adventurer will start with one weapon of your choice, ideally the weapon he or she has Mastered. It is assumed that your Adventurer is already wearing the standard armor or clothing of their choosing—be it leather armor, chainmail, or just a cloth robe—as armor serves no mechanical function in the game. Game Masters: While this is going on, you should be thinking about what type of scenario you will be placing the Adventurers in.
Is this going to be a one-off adventure? Or are you planning to create an entire world for your Adventurers to explore? One-off adventures can be planned with a few minutes of preparation; however, if it is your goal to have a larger campaign in mind, this is going to take some work on your part to plan. Take some time to look through the For The Game Master section. No, really.
Growing up, you were probably exposed to a Family Trade. Perhaps you learned your way around a forge from your father, who was a smith. Maybe your mother was a weaver and taught you how to make and mend clothing. Whatever it was, you picked up some knowledge of this craft and gain Advantage in situations where you can put it to use. Choose some sort of Family Trade for your character; your Game Master will then decide how it will be applicable during gameplay.
Finally, Adventurers all have a driving principle called a Belief that should be noted on the Adventurer Sheet. This Belief is a simple statement used as a guiding force for your Adventurer. Humans are capable of living in punishing conditions, from icy tundra to blistering deserts.
They can produce glorious cities or live simple lives as nomads. Humans are just as varied as the places where you find them. They come in all shapes and sizes and temperaments. On average, they are between 5 and 6 feet tall, with males tending to be taller than females.
They are renowned for their talent with archery, which they use to deadly effect to protect their territories, while remaining hidden in the treetops. They are by nature a secretive people, and it can be difficult to earn their trust. Fey are slightly shorter than the average human, with slender, graceful frames and elongated ears that taper to a point.
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Because of this, they are viewed as being trustworthy individuals, but also stubborn and set in their ways. On average, both male and female dwarves stand 4 feet tall, and have broad, muscular bodies. Their behavior, even in adulthood, is childlike. They are inquisitive by nature and somewhat mischievous, although their antics are rarely malicious. Goblins are also easily distracted by shiny objects, and they have a particular affection for gold. Standing just over 3 feet tall, goblins are on average very scrawny and have wide, oblong heads with protruding, bat-like ears.
They are notoriously quick, and due to their compulsive fascination with gold, they have gained notoriety as being thieves. Despite their appearance and impish nature, goblins are usually goodnatured creatures that enjoy the company of anyone who can tolerate them. Goblin Agility: You can Test 1d6 whenever you are successfully hit by an enemy.
Declaring Evade as an Action has no additional benefit. They are highly intelligent and dignified creatures with a great respect for - and interest in - culture. In Salimarian culture, being well-dressed is an absolute must, as it is symbolic of their wealth and stature.
Their skin is glossy black and smooth with patches from their head to their tail that range from snow white, to silver, to dark grey.
It is widely known of two Heritage Traits: that Salimar are not only Pyrothermic Healing or immune to fire, but are actually Cryothermic Healing. Pyrothermic Healing: Any damage that would be dealt to you by a source of natural nonmagical fire instead heals you for that amount.
Cryothermic Healing: Any damage that would be dealt to you by a source of natural non-magical extreme cold instead heals you for that amount. They tend to live very long lives—hundreds of years—and have a reputation for being wise and learned. They are solitary creatures, preferring to live alone, even from their own kind, keeping to the forests they tend and grow. Treefolk are huge, standing close to 12 feet tall. They look like mobile trees, long bark covered bodies striding through the woods, as their crown of leaves reaches to the skies.
Ancient Heart: You cannot be healed by any means other than direct sunlight and sleep. For each Hit Point to be healed, you must be directly in the sun for an hour moving or stationary or use the sleeping rules. There are three types of Karhu: the agile, but smaller black Karhu; the strong and powerful brown Karhu; and the rare, but majestic polar Karhu,.
The Karhu have a reputation for being calm and pensive but terrifying when provoked or angered. Karhu can walk on all fours or stand upright like the other Heritages. They tend to wield no weapons even though they can , but often can be found using armor. Magic among them is exceptionally rare. They are roughly the same size as mundane bears of the same type. You cannot use ranged weapons. Strong, violent, and territorial, Lizardfolk stalk the swamps and jungles of the world, carving out their fate by tooth, claw and spiked club.
Most Lizardfolk adventurers start as outcasts or raiders, and eventually grow into something more, becoming heroes and legends of the Lizardfolk back home. They make implacable allies and relentless foes. Lizardfolks are scaled, with a muted assortment of colors the better to lurk and blend into the swamps they call home.
Many have a ridge of fins or spikes along their spine, and some webbing in their clawed feet and hands. Cold-Blooded: Any attempt to persuade, influence, or manipulate a Lizardfolk through appeals to emotion or feelings suffers Disadvantage. No problem! You gain Advantage when Testing to do acrobatic tricks such as tumbling, long-distance jumps, climbing, and maintaining balance. Provided the right reagents and recipes, you can mix potions, elixirs, and poisons.
You also gain Advantage when identifying unknown liquids. Armor Master: Your paltry weapons cannot pierce my iron hide! You have mastered wearing armor like a second skin. When wearing any form of armor, you have an extra 3 Hit Points that must be lost before you take physical damage. These hit points cannot be healed and must be restored via repairing your armor.
It takes a full 8 hours to repair all 3 Hit Points. Barfighter: Funny how you always fancy yourself a drink, right on Unification day.
You can select Improvised Weapons as a Weapon Group. You do not get to pick a Weapon to Master. Instead, when fighting with any Improvised Weapons, you get one extra action each turn. Beastspeaker: What is it, boy?! The king fell down a well?! You are able to communicate with animals. This form of communication is primitive and very simplistic. You can attack with primal and furious rage. You can choose to make an attack with Disadvantage. If you do and succeed, you deal 2 damage instead of 1.
Blacksmith: I can fix that! Once per day, you can make a Test with Advantage. If successful, you can restore 1 Depletion point to any object. See Item Expenditure and Depletion Points; pg. While Fighting Unarmed, your Evade action Tests with 2d6 instead of 1d6. You gain Advantage when attempting to convince someone of something or otherwise influence them.
Cleave: I will bathe in the blood of enemies! If your attack drops an enemy to 0 Hit Points, you may immediately make an extra attack with Disadvantage. Dark-fighter: Who needs eyes, when I have all the other senses? You do not suffer Disadvantage for having your sight impaired. When an adjacent ally is hit, before Evade Tests are made, you may choose to have that attack hit you instead. When an attack would reduce you to 0 Hit Points, it instead reduces you to 2 Hit Point.
You can do this once per day. However, you have Disadvantage on all rolls that require careful and delicate manipulation, social grace, or might be severely impacted by your intoxication Game Master discretion. Dungeoneer: We go left. You gain Advantage when attempting to find your way through a dungeon or cave system and when attempting to identify creatures native to dungeons or caves.
You gain Advantage when checking to see if you know specific information. Eidetic Memory: You remember that guy in that city? Who did that thing?
I remember exactly what he said. When Testing to recall information, you have seen or heard previously—even in passing—you succeed on a roll of 4, 5, or 6. Familiar: Your faceless shadow cat is really freaking me out, man. For as long as you can remember, you have never truly been alone. Another spirit has linked itself to yours, accepting you as its friend and master.
See Magic; pg. Your speed increases from 25 feet to 30 feet. You gain Advantage on Tests when chasing or running. As an Action, you can Test 2d6 to heal a creature other than yourself. If the Test is successful, the target creature is healed for 2 Hit Points. This Trait can also be used to cure poison, disease, and other physical ailments that are non-magical. You must be next to the creature to heal it. Lucky: Whew! That was close. You may reroll one Test per session. Marksman: The odds of hitting your target increase dramatically when you aim at it.
When using the Focus Action, your next attack with a ranged weapon is successful on a Test of 3, 4, 5, or 6. Martial Artist: Be like water, flowing through cracks. You can select Unarmed as a Weapon Group to be proficient with.
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If an enemy within range fails to hit with an attack against you, you may immediately make an attack with Disadvantage against that enemy. Perceptive: What has been seen cannot be unseen. You gain Advantage when Testing to gain information about your surroundings or find things that may be hidden.
You gain this even while asleep. When you roll for Depletion, you can choose to reroll once per day. You must keep the second result. You are able to reload a Ranged Weapon and fire it in one Action.
You gain Advantage on all Save Tests. If you choose this Trait, your Adventurer gains a shield at Adventurer creation. Sneaky: Hey, did you hear something?
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Your family carries magic in the blood, and while the centuries have diluted the power, you are still able to subtly influence the world around you by merely willing it to happen. You gain Advantage when Testing to do something with brute force.
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