Fire Elf (5e Subrace)
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These elves generally have bronze, orange or yellowish skin. They stand the same height and weight as most other elf races. Along the lobes of each ear there is a yellow highlight running along it. Their skin pigment makes them seem afire when they are in the presence of fire light. This group of elves, millennia ago, sought refuge near volcanoes. They learned to become harmonious with the lava and the fire. As time progressed, they became proficient with blacksmithing and started trading with dwarves. Since they were more willing to get down to the dirty work, they have some respect from the stout folk. Some of the haughtier elf beings may deny their existence, seeing them as diminished like the dwarves they associate with. These elves have learned to master fire. Elaborate and delicate metal beams and structures don their cities paired with beautiful stonework. The elves revere their volcanoes, as they are their homes, and are very protective of them. They are on good terms and have had good relations trading with the dwarves. In fact, there are slight dwarven influences to be seen throughout the culture in mannerisms, speaking, and art.
Ability Score Increase. Your Intelligence score increases by 1.
Dwarven Weapon User. You are proficient with the warhammer.
Fire Resistance. Thousands of years of living within a volcano has made these elves resistant to its flames. You are resistant to fire damage.
Flame Touch. You can cast the burning hands spell once, at lowest level, without material components. You regain use of this spell via this trait when you finish a long rest. Intelligence is your spellcasting ability for this spell.