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Half-celestial does not make any requirements on your alignment, and you cannot fall as a half-celestial the way a paladin can; there is no such thing as an “ex-half-celestial,” no way to lose the template or its powers. They list “Always Good” as an alignment, but always does not actually mean always with alignment; you can have non-Good half-celestials. ...


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Are there any mechanical requirements for playing an obese character in D&D 5e? If so, what are they? No, there are not. Your character is obese if you say he is. That’s it. Done. The description of a character is entirely up to the person playing that character.1 It is desired that mechanics “back up” description, so you should think about ...


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Welcome to tabletop RPGs! First off, yes, you can have an obese character. (But you might not be able to have one at this table.) I'd point out a term of art that @RS Conley used that I recommend to your consideration: "mechanics." We use it as shorthand for "all of the rules, rolls, modifiers, agreed-upon by the group, typically defaulting to the core ...


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There is a huge number of things that could be included in an answer to this question, but as I do not know what your general process is like as well as for the sake of brevity I will just delve into one exercise that has worked well for me. Start by deciding what kind of personality you'd like your character to express This may seem a little obvious ...


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Yes, you can. (Standard Disclaimer: work with your GM for how that influences game play). There are no mechanical requirements, but you can make it part of your character's state of being. The following provides some points of departure for your discussion with your DM on how to bring this into your campaign. This answer addresses "overweight/obese" as ...



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