Drehn (4e Race)
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Drehni, descendants of Displacer Beasts. A rutless people whose empire faded into myth.
|Average Height: 5'4"-5'11"|
|Average Weight: 135-166 lbs.|
|Ability Scores: +2 Strength, +2 Dexterity or Charisma|
|Speed: 6 squares|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 Arcana, +2 Intimidate|
|Natural Weapons: You have a tentacle attack that has a proficiency bonus of +2 and deals 1d6+your strength modifier damage. This attack also has a reach of 2 squares.|
|Displacer: You gain the Displacer racial power.|
|Displacer||Drehn Racial Power|
|Reaching for the power of the Displacer beast, your tentacles increase in size and your form seems to distort.|
|Effect: Your tentacle attack damage increases to 1d8 and you gain concealment until the end of the encounter.|
How the Drehni came into being is still a mystery, but where they get their power is another matter entirely. It is said that they all have the power of the god Dreshna in them, which allows them to transform.
Play a Drehni if you want...
- To be able to transform
- To have the tentacles of the Displacer beast.
- To be a member of a race that favors the Fighter, Paladin, Ranger, and Sorcerer classes.
 Physical Qualities
Drehni are quite buff, but some of the poorer ones mainly use their tentacles since they lack man-made weapons. They have tentacles that perfectly resemble the Displacer Beast's tentacles, and can, every once in a while, change into an identical Displacer Beast. They mature at the same rate as humans, and also die at the same age. Their hair can have any color that a human can have, including purple. Their skin color ranges from brown to white, and, though only a little uncommon, purple.
 Playing a Drehni
Drehni are bad tempered, and don't take insults well. They normally don't have mercy to other creatures, since they are normally shunned from society. But when engaged in combat, they are loyal and fight to the death. They are proud descendents from the Drawni Empire, an empire that faded into myth .
Drehn Characteristics: Bad tempered, unmerciful, loyal,
 Drehn Adventurers
Three sample Drehn adventurers are described below.