Tag: Mesoamerican Adventures

Yamas (Llamafolk) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

High up in the mountains in the deep Surlands of Biru live a race of gentle, rural folk known by the Mexjicanos as yamas, or llamafolk. These llama humanoids live alongside the Biruvians and are semi-nomadic, traveling from the edges of the eastern rainforests of the Amassona all the way to the Antisuyo crests bordering […]

Pistoleros (Gunslingers) for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The pistolero is a warrior of the gun. Some wield iron for good. Others for evil. Either way, these gunfighters are the best at what they do, capable of hitting small targets from hundreds of feet away. Pistolero (Gunslinger) Medium humanoid (any race), any alignment Armor Class 15 (hide armor) Hit Points 65 (10d8 + 20) […]

Naguals for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

In Mesoamerican folk religion, a nagual or nahual (both pronounced [na’wal]) is a human being who has the power to transform either spiritually or physically into an animal form: most commonly jaguar, puma, and wolf, but also other animals such as donkeys, birds, dogs or coyotes. Naguals in Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition In Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, naguals are malevolent shapechanging fiends that possess lost souls. […]

Tecuani for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Tecuani, whose name literally means “people-eater”, are jaguar humanoids that live in the forests and jungles in the southern parts of the Mexica empire. The tecuani are a superstitious, yet proud race. They welcome outsiders but are known to be particularly hot-tempered and quick to feud. The tecuani people prize strength above all other attributes and […]

Luchadores for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Lucha libre (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈlut͡ʃa ˈliβɾe], meaning “freestyle wrestling” or literally translated as “free fight”) is the term used in Latin America for professional wrestling. Since its introduction to Mexico in the early 20th century, it has developed into a unique form of the genre, characterized by colorful masks, rapid sequences of holds and maneuvers, as well as “high-flying” maneuvers. The wearing of […]

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