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This Dhampir race is effectively a weaker version of a Drow, so I'll compare it to that. Ability Score Increase: The Dhampir gets to choose between the ability score bonuses of the Drow and those of the Dragonborn. This is perfectly in line with existing races. Stuff the Dhampir gets: Age & Alignment: Don't really matter from a balance perspective. ...


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I read the whole thing and feel, that it is an oversight, since every other Shapeshifter ability has an associated Spirit Point cost and the Shapeshift: Spirit is the capstone ability of the Shapeshift tree. I would price it at 8pts, in lieu with other powerful capping abilities like Reincarnation (8pts). At least it should cost 6pts, to be more expensive ...


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The answer you are looking for is in the 372th issue of the Dragon magazine, namely the article "The Gnome, The Bad and The Ugly." It is an article by James Wyatt, where he explains like this: First he points out how cute and adorable gnomes are and the issues related to creating "badass gnome" as he had troubles playing such gnome in DnD and WoW ...


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The Monster Manual (5e) says: "What low-level elves?" The only elves in the Monster Manual are drow. Even "lowly" Drow (p. 128)are far more capable than human Commoners. The other drow are among the most capable humanoids in the book, with challenge ratings 5-8. The Player's Handbook says: "Adventurers are special people" Not every member of the city ...


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In the original Unearth Arcana (That old Black Magic) they play tested am Abyssal Tiefling Variants, which replaces Infernal Legacy with: You can cast a spell gained from this trait only once until you complete your next long rest. You can cast a cantrip gained from this trait at will, as normal. For 1st-level spells whose effect changes if cast ...



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