Krigs | New Playable Race for Fifth Edition

Krigs Krigs are spider-humanoids that originate from the Weysevain Maze and, by extension, the town of Orbea in Central Omeria. Intelligent and clever, thanks mostly to their connection to their diety-progenitor Matriarch and all other krig, they quickly positioned themselves as assets throughout most of the continent. Their overall numbers are much lower than the … Continue reading Krigs | New Playable Race for Fifth Edition

Canids | New Race for Fifth Edition

Canid Candis are dog-human hybrids that live throughout much of Omeria. Created through magical means a couple centuries past, the original canids were developed to guard temples, keeps, and other places of import. However, the canids were smarter and wiser than their creators expected and declared that there was more to their indentured existence. Wanderers … Continue reading Canids | New Race for Fifth Edition

Blood Kind | New Player Race Option for Fifth Edition

Elves have a natural tolerance against undead effects. However, there are times when elves are bitten by undead creatures—particularly vampires—when, instead of turning, they contract a passive infection in their bloodstream. If a female elf contracts this virus, there is a chance that they can pass it on to their young. Almost immediately, the child … Continue reading Blood Kind | New Player Race Option for Fifth Edition

Possumfolk (Waba-Animoosh) | New Race for Fifth Edition

Humanoid possums are known simply as possomfolk by the other races or waba-animoosh by in the opossum tongue. Possomfolk are rarely seen in major humanoid cities, preferring to live far from humans and elves. However, they do intermingle with gnomes, halflings, and wood elves, as well as the fey. Get this race option plus over … Continue reading Possumfolk (Waba-Animoosh) | New Race for Fifth Edition

Stat Anything – Time Lord/Lady | New Playable Race Option for Fifth Edition

The Time Lords were inhabitants of the planet Gallifrey, who were most famous for the creation and attempted monopolization of time travel technology. They created and upheld the Laws of Time. Time Lords were sensitive to timelines, being able to see "all that is, all that was, all that ever could be,"  but also "what must not [be]". They had an instinctive urge to … Continue reading Stat Anything – Time Lord/Lady | New Playable Race Option for Fifth Edition

Yautja Playable Race | New Player Option for Fifth Edition

Because you asked, I delivered. If you didn't already see it, be sure to check out the yautja monster for Fifth Edition as well as xenomorphs. Yautja Traits Your yautja character has the following racial traits. Ability Score Increase. your Strength score increases by 2, and your Dexterity score increases by 2. Age. Yautja have … Continue reading Yautja Playable Race | New Player Option for Fifth Edition

Backgrounds Instead of Races | Rules Option for Fifth Edition

Say you want to do an all human campaign; perhaps you're doing a modern horror setting or your campaign is a sword and sorcery epic. The problem with that is that there isn't a whole lot of variety there. In fact, the necessity for having "races" at all vanishes. Humans either get ability score increases … Continue reading Backgrounds Instead of Races | Rules Option for Fifth Edition

Variant Races | New Rules Options for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

The races in the Fifth Edition do a pretty good job of bringing balance and flavor to the game. However, they don't make room for a whole lot of variety or special abilities. For example, if I want a drow rogue that has the Alert feat, I have to wait until that drow hits level … Continue reading Variant Races | New Rules Options for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Jovian Playable Race | New Player Option for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Another Spelljammer addition (original, mind you!), this one comes from another player who had some ideas on what he wanted the class to do. Basically, the race is sentient gas. But how the hell can you make sentient gas work in Fifth Edition without breaking the game? Design Notes Here are the list of traits … Continue reading Jovian Playable Race | New Player Option for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition

Octopode Playable Race | New Player Option for Dungeons & Dragons

Octopodes are intelligent, space-faring half-octopus humanoids. They appear to be human or elven from the waist up, with only a few features that may reveal their demihuman nature: purplish or grayish skin, spots, or even rocky ridges along their back and base of their neck. From the waist down, octopodes have eight tentacles arranged in … Continue reading Octopode Playable Race | New Player Option for Dungeons & Dragons