Warrior Cats (5e Campaign Setting)

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Warrior Cats[edit]

Welcome to the world of Warrior Cats. A world not much different from ours.

Campaign Setting Information[edit]

Players Guide

New Player Guide
An easy guide to character creation and important rule difference from normal dnd.
Homebrew classes to fit each of the groups of cats.
As all characters in Warrior is a cat. There is only one race (Warrior Cats) and several subclasses reflecting on where they are born.
Adventuring Gear
Herbs and Poisons
Mundane and Magic Items
Some D&D feats are removed or modified. While new, cat related feats are added
New Backgrounds to fit the theme of this world
All cats speak feline but there is more than one language out there
A list of warrior terms

World of Warrior Cats

The World & Locales
Information on the world, regions, and groups of the campaign setting
Time and History
A look of the setting's history, mainly comprising of major events
A look at common societal trends and laws found in the campaign setting
There are one religion for each group
Warrior Code
A set of laws that the clans follow

Dungeon Master's Guide

Dungeon Master's Reference
A quick guide for DMs to run the warrior cat system
"Fun" Facts
Random useless data and information about the warrior system
Diseases that effects Twoleg (humanoid) most of the time don't effect cats. Here is a list of examples of diseases.
Injures and Treatment
It is a list of the common names of injures and the method of treating it.
Modified beasts to spice up things in a low magic world.
Various cats and creatures that populate the world
Variant Rules
Optional rules for DMs to implement while playing a campaign in Warrior Cats.
Adding to Warrior Cats
An "official" page for others to submit their ideas, advice, and anecdotes for the development of the setting in order to keep this clean and organized.

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