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Under a strict interpretation of the SRD, I'd think none of those races would be susceptible to a Werewolf bite. Any humanoid or giant hit by a werewolf’s bite attack in animal or hybrid form must succeed on a DC 15 Fortitude save or contract lycanthropy. The limiting factor is on the bite itself. The power only affects humanoid and giant races, and ...


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The only thing that determines a creature's susceptibility to Lycanthropy is creature type. "Lycanthrope" is a template that can be added to any creature of the humanoid or giant types. There are no other requirements for the template, though one can only contract the Lycanthropy affliction from a lycanthrope within one size category of the target. To ...


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You might want to work with your DM on that one. In the backstory of my Drow she was abdondonded as a baby and found and bright up by Moon Elves. I told my DM and this was his ruling: So if your character has been bought up by Moon-Elves, then they're probably more used to being above ground than underground. So i would rule that She would have no ...


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I’d say those guides are wrong. Racial bonuses don’t tend to be super-important in general; as long as you don’t literally have a penalty to an important score, it’s probably fine enough. What are some things a druid wants from his race? A bonus feat. Well, yes, dwarves don’t get this and it’s amazing. Shame to miss out. But this also applies to ...


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It's pretty much just that other races are better -- as you say, like humans with the extra feat. Druids need a lot of feats: everyone needs Natural Spell, and many druids take Augment Summoning. Getting an extra feat helps. There are also some roleplaying considerations. Dwarves are all about metalsmithing and wearing heavy armor, and druids are about ...



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