Cat People Dnd

Cat People Dnd. You have a cat’s keen senses, especially in the dark. Nekojin are a popular trope in anime, manga, and other related media, which is why.

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, always striving to bring people together and flexing his diplomatic muscles. They are slender and quick with a vast array of hair and eye colors of almost any combination. Catfolk reach adulthood in their teens, and can live up to three centuries.

Nekos Are Small Humanoids With Cats Ears, Tails, And Occasionally Whiskers.

If you hit with them, you deal slashing damage equal to 1d4 + your strength modifier, instead of the bludgeoning damage normal for an unarmed strike. This can range from simple cat ears to ears + a tail to pretty much anything between that and a feline humanoid. A pacifist bureaucrat, he abhors violence, and rarely puts his magical prowess on display.

They Lived Around 15 Years.

The race may be a rule out dungeons & dragons concerning the fantasy species or ancestry of a personality. Your base walking speed is 30 feet. The wampus cat has advantage on melee attacks against any male she has seen employ divine magic or wield a holy symbol.

Cats Were Valued By Humans For Companionship And Ability To Hunt Small Vermin And Household Pests.

The cat has advantage on wisdom (perception) checks that rely on smell. Catfolk reach adulthood in their teens, and can live up to three centuries. Actually, d&d tabaxi were taller than the most of the humans nearly at 6 to 7 feet.

In Addition, Your Claws Are Natural Weapons, Which You Can Use To Make Unarmed Strikes.

She can innately cast the following spells, requiring no material components: Your dexterity score increases by 1. For that reason they were most often found in inhabited regions as pets, or sometimes as wild cats (domestic cats without any owners).

A Race Of Cat People, With As Many Variations As There Are Colors.

Nekojin are a popular trope in anime, manga, and other related media, which is why. Although this generator is mainly aimed at world of warcraft players, many of the names can also be used for pets in other games or real life. Racial traits +2 wisdom, +1 charisma, dual mind, mental discipline, mind link, severed from dreams