Jötunn (Berserk Supplement)
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Native to the blustery Interstitial plane of Jötunheimr, the jötnar (singular jötunn) are a ravenous race of hairy, knotty barbarians. Known to raid villages in tundra to the far north, they are primarily carnivorous, especially when it comes to humans. On the rare occasion that a human is able to earn the respect of a jötunn, most often by besting them in single combat, fertile offspring are not out of the question. Giving birth to a half-jötunn is as dangerous for a human as it is leisurely for a full jötunn. Half-jötunn can often be recognized by their ravenous consumption of meat, towering build, and natural skill with clubs.
Simple, deliberate, stubborn, and hulking. Not very nimble.
Ability Score Increase. Your Strength and Constitution scores each increase by 2.
Age. Jötnar age slightly slower than humans in all regards, reaching adulthood at around age 25 and only dying of natural causes around 250 years of age, should they make it to that age.
Alignment. Jötnar thrive on antagonization and aggression, causing them to lean toward evil alignments.
Size. Jötnar tower over mounted human combatants. Your size is Large.
Speed. You have a base walking speed of 30 feet.
Athletic. You have proficiency with the Athletics skill.
Giant. Your creature type is considered to be giant.