Toad (4e Race)

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Small kindly people with the natural gift of healing and can invoke the power of the stars.


Racial Traits
Average Height: 3' - 3'5
Average Weight: 80-120 Ib

type: toads are humanoids with the toad subtype

Ability Scores: +2 intelligence or dexterity, +2 charisma
Size: Small
Speed: 5 squares
Vision: Low light
Languages: Common, elven
Skill Bonuses: +2 bluff, +2 arcana
Oversized: You can use weapons of your size or one size larger as if they were your size.
Star's Healing: Gain the Star's Healing racial power.
Shroom Top: +2 to stealth when in a forest or in an area with vegitation.

Star's Healing Toad Racial Power
Restore the body and the soul!
Daily Star.gif Healing
Standard Action Melee Touch
Requirement: Spend a healing surge.
Target: One ally
Effect: Target gains hit points equal to one of your healing surges.
Target gains the use of one of the encounter powers it has already used that is yuor level or lower.
Special: Do not gain hit points from the healing surge

Toads are a small kindly and trusting people. They don't take insults personally and are always ready to be friends. Toads are easily spooked so they tend to avoid undead and scary monsters.

Play a toad if you want...

  • A simple care-free character
  • To find a way to get past problems without fighting
  • To be able to heal your allies and friends.
  • To be a member of a race that favors the bard, paladin, cleric, rogue and wizard classes.

Physical Qualities[edit]

Toads are pale with big eyes and a small face. They have a mushroom cap on the tops of there heads. this mushroom top is white with many colored spots. Males are bald while female toads have braids under their mushroom caps that is usually a rich brown and braided.

Playing a Toad[edit]

Toads would rather find ways to get past fight esspecially when it comes to ghosts and undead. They love to use their Shroom Top power aso they are often near a forest. Toads love nature and often have gardens. It would take a long while to convince a toad to harm a plant.

Toad Characteristics: Care-free, loving, fun, timid

Names: Toad, Toadette ect, names can be like regular human names but their end initial makes it sound like a different word usually reflecting their personality (Example Tayce T. is the cook and Fice T. is the guard.).

Toad Adventurers[edit]

Two sample toad adventurers are described below.

Toad is a toad bard. He started playing the lute when he was very young. When he saw that he could influence and heal people with his music he went on a quest for riches. But when he returned to his small community, he found them all dead. Now he and his lute are off to find revenge!

Toadette is a toad cleric. She was orphaned when she was just a baby and was found by a group of traveling nomads. Once she discovered her power she became their healer. Unfortunately, a powerful sandstorm separated her from the rest of the group. lost, she wandered the deserts until she was too tired to move. when she woke, she was in the middle of a brilliant oasis surrounded by mysterious druids. How did she get into the druids garden. She has gone off to find out.

Slippy Toad was a brilliant builder who ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time, at the sake of his fellow adventurers and many MANY others. He never provided any help as he was not trained like his companions. Most of the time he required their aid in order to get out of combat alive. He is remembered for quotes such as "Whoa! Help me! Thanks, Fox. I thought they had me."

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