Dwarflings (4e Race)
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"Little dwarf" Dwarflings are traveling merchant. They are honest yet sly in their own way.
|Average Height: 3'5" - 3'10"|
|Average Weight: 90 - 140 lbs|
|Ability Scores: +2 constitution, +2 dexterity|
|Speed: 5 squares|
|Languages: Common, Dwarven and one other|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 bluff, +2 diplomacy|
|Cast-Iron Stomach: +5 racial bonus to saving throws against poison.|
|Dwarven resilience: You can use your second wind as a minor action instead of a standard action.|
|Dirty fighting: Combat advantage grant you a +3 on attack rolls instead of a +2.|
|Cornered rat: When bloodied, you gain +1 to AC and reflexes defenses.|
Often called Half-dwarf, Dirt dwarf or Dwoogles.
Play a dwarflings if you want...
- To be sly, yet tough.
- To be able to easily take advantage over your oponents.
- To be a small dwarf.
- To be a member of a race that favours the rogue, ranger and warlock. classes.
Dwarflings resemble dwarves, but smaller.
The average Dwarflings stand around 3 1/2 feet tall and weight a bit less then a normal human. Blond hair are more common among them then the other dwarves.
Playing a dwarflings
Dwarflings travel the world in order to buy and sell diferent goods and make some money out of it. They often construct large underground settlements near commercial cities, or sometimes dirrectly under them.
Not all of them are merchants however, a lot earn their living by stealing what they need from others. However, those theives do have a sort of unwritten code of honor:
- Never steal from the poor.
- Never steal from the hard-working artisan.
- Never steal from an honorable warrior.
They usually prefer to steal from rich lords, or dishonest merchants. They never steal from other dwarves, no matter how rich they could be. This code was established by one of the first dwarflings to travel the world, and is largely respected in the dwarfling comunity.
Dwarflings are not as bonded with ancient tradition as are other dwarf, however they do have a lot of respect for ancient tradition and their dwarven ancestors.
A lot also choose the path of treasure hunters, exploring the world in search of great treasure.
Dwarflings Characteristics: Hard-working, organised, adaptable, confident, lucky, resourceful, bold.
Male Names: Hurdek, Olrin, Odin, Bordak, Okmar, Olmar, Derro, Darron, Marro, Lugo, Hirak, Jogar, Galram, Golrag.
Female Names: Dutress, Faloess, Mina, Sceliess, Mariona, Donna, Fina, Madress, Razwon, Darwania.
Three sample dwarfling adventurers are described below.