Half-Drow (5e Race Variant)

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Half-Elf Variant[edit]

If you are a half-elf of drow ancestry, you may choose to have one of the following traits. These traits replace the Skill Versatility trait of the base half-elf, and are mutually exclusive.

Dark Elf Magic. You know the dancing lights cantrip and can cast it at will. Starting from 3rd level, you can cast the faerie fire spell once. Starting from 5th level, you can cast the darkness spell once. Charisma is your spellcasting ability for these spells. You regain expended uses of this trait when you complete a long rest.
Dark Elf Weapon Training. You are proficient with the rapier, scimitar, and hand crossbow.

Additionally, you may choose to have both of the following traits. You must take either both or neither; you cannot choose to have only one or the other; they do not replace any traits of the base half-elf.
Superior Darkvision. Your darkvision has a range of 120 feet.
Sunlight Sensitivity. You have disadvantage on attack rolls and Wisdom (Perception) checks when you, the target of your attack, or whatever you are trying to perceive is in direct sunlight.


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