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  • Races

    h3. 1.0 Permitted Races The following races are permitted for PCs. For races with multiple subraces, players may choose from any of the playtest subraces, or the new subraces below. * [[Aventi | Aventi*]] * [[Darfellan | Darfellan*]] * Dragonborn * …

  • Aventi

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] See also: [[Aventi History | Aventi History]] [[File:344195 | class=media-item-align-right | aventi.jpg]] bq). _“Your petty human kingdoms are amusing, but they pale against the splendors of ancient Aventus—either …

  • Darfellan

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] See also: [[Darfellan History | Darfellan History]] [[File:344212 | class=media-item-align-left | Darfellan2.jpg]] bq). _“For too long we were the prey. Now we are the hunters, and no more shall we mourn.”_ —Akilu …

  • Hadozee

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] See also: [[Hadozee History | Hadozee History]] [[File:344228 | class=media-item-align-right | Hadozee2.jpg]] bq). _“So far we’ve charted a new island in the Spice Archipelago, fished for dragon turtles, visited …

  • Seacliff Dwarves

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] Most dwarves prefer to have as little to do with the ocean as possible, whether that means living beside, upon, or certainly within it. Nonetheless, some regard the open sea with incredible fascination. These rare few, …

  • Wavecrest Gnomes

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] The average gnome has very little to do with the sea. Certainly, a gnome might occasionally find herself aboard a ship following the trail of some adventure or another, but in general, gnomes tend to be uncomfortable …

  • Aquatic Half-Elves

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] Half-elves take to the sea in fair numbers and are highly sought after as crew. With keen night eyes and heightened senses, they make excellent sailors. h2. Aquatic Half-Elves Coastal communities found near aquatic …

  • Shoal Halflings

    h6. Return to [[Races | Races]] When the wanderlust takes him, rare is the halfling who does not view the sea as a great horizon to be crossed, beyond which await sights to be seen. As a result, it is not at all uncommon to find halflings aboard ships, …