Moon Fey (5e Race Variant)

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Satyr Variant

The term "lunatic" is an apt word for many a satyr. On moonlit nights, their crazy parties and roughhousing seem to turn up to a new level of pandemonium. Some of them are, in fact, the true causes of this riotous behavior. These are moon fey satyr. They are rarely seen save for on moonlit nights when they gather their normal satyr brethren and rile them up with a natural air of charisma and skilful music. Their skin is bluish and pale unlike the usual healthy flush of a satyr, and their eyes are milky white. But this appearance does not stop them from being the life of the party. Their horns are pale white and more brittle than a normal satyr's, making them unfit for head-bashing.

This race variant replaces the ram and reveler traits. You instead gain raucous ambience and musician.

Raucous Ambience. Using a musical instrument, you drum up a merry and irresistible tune. As an action, choose one creature within 15 feet of you that is not deafened or immune to being charmed. The target must succeed a Charisma saving throw against a DC of 8 + your Charisma modifier + your proficiency bonus or begin dancing uncontrollably, using all their movement to dance without leaving their space, until the end of their next turn. While dancing, they have disadvantage on Dexterity saving throws and attack rolls and other creatures have advantage on attack rolls against them. You must finish a long rest before using this trait again.

Musician. You are proficient in one musical instrument of your choice.

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