Winged Elf (5e Subrace)

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Design Note: See Flying Races (5e Guideline).

A winged elf watches the dragons, Source

Winged Elf (Avariel)[edit]

The Avariel (Aril-tel-quessir in Elvish or "winged folk") were among the first of the elven races to migrate to Faerûn. However, conflict with dragons almost wiped them out before the First Flowering and while they have survived since that time, they are considered by most to be myths or legends.

Avariel are more delicate than their earth-bound cousins, with hollow bones to aid their flight. They have pale skin, often porcelain white. An Avariel's wings are usually white, very pale blue, black, brown or speckled. Avariel are also known to practice the dyeing of wing tips. Their eyes are slightly larger than normal and range in color from brilliant blues to green or purple. Their hair color normally is a silver-white or black.

Avariel are said to have the most beautiful voices of all the Tel'Quessir, and their songs are greatly sought after by bards of other races.

Ability Score Increase. Your Charisma score is increased by 1.
Angelic Voice. You have advantage on Performance checks that involve singing.
Flight. You have a flying speed of 30 feet, but you cannot be wearing medium or heavy armor while flying.

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