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In the rules for creating new races the Humanoid type states: Every humanoid creature also has a subtype to matchits race, such as human, giant, goblinoid, reptilian, or tengu. If you are making a new humanoid race, you should either find an existing sutype to match or make a new one by using the name of the race as the subtype. If you are making a half-...


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Yes, this is balanced at a theoretical level Tiefling isn't particularly powerful, as far as races go. This race is better than tiefling-- all the trades you made are slightly advantageous, and they have one additional minor ability that goes unmentioned in your self-review-- but they aren't as strong as the Yuan-Ti, for example. I'd put them roughly on ...


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This is strong, but generally balanced Similarities to Aarakocra I think the most similar race would be Aarakocra, which is generally seen as a strong race, but is officialy published so certainly not ridiculous. The language, alignment, speed and size seem fine. Size and speed are even the same as the Aarakocra. Generally race descriptions also have some ...


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I realize that I'm a bit late to this discussion, but in Volo's Guide under the "Aasimar Names" header, it states: "Most Aasimar are born from human parents..." Putting emphasis on "most", that leaves room for interpretation, in my opinion. This wouldn't change any of the actual gameplay mechanics, but for purely RP reasons, I ...


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