Talk:Anomalous Human (5e Race)

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Musicus Rating[edit]

Musicus Meter
Score: 6
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Anomalous Human Score[edit]

Base Anomalous Human Score: 1

Cost Racial Trait
1 Ability Score Increase.
1 Total.

Blindstriker Score: +5

Cost Racial Trait
1 Ability Score Increase.
-2 Adapted Blindness
3 Laser Beam.
2 Radiant Blast.
0.5 Sacred Flame.
0.5 Power of Light.
5 Total.

Siegemaster Score: +5

Cost Racial Trait
2 Ability Score Increase.
0.5 Powerful Build.
0.5 Athletics Proficiency.
2 Strength Over Time.
5 Total.

Ironskin Score: +5

Cost Racial Trait
3 Iron Skin.
1.5 Toughness.
1 Total Endurance.
-0.5 Heavy Body.
5 Total.

Beastfolk Score: +5

Cost Racial Trait
1 Ability Score Increase.
1 Claws.
1 Burrow.
0.5 Savage Form.
0.5 Climbing Ability.
1 Thick Skin.
5 Total.

I really, really, really like this race. Quincy (talk) 17:54, 1 November 2018 (MDT)

Thanks a ton! --Calibri (talk) 18:26, 1 November 2018 (MDT)
Upon further review I do have one minor complaint, though. The Beastfolk subrace gives you a climbing speed of 10 feet. According to the SRD rules for climbing, that is literally 5 feet slower than a normal human's climbing speed. You might want to bump that speed up a little, so it's actually a feature. Say to 30 feet? Or instead of giving the Beastfolk a climbing speed, say something like "climbing doesn't cost you additional movement". Quincy (talk) 18:33, 1 November 2018 (MDT)
Ooh, thanks for noticing! I'll fix that right up! -- 19:09, 1 November 2018 (MDT)
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