Moppling (4e Race)

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Mopplings[edit]

If you think small equals cute and fragile you're wrong with these war monkeys.

Racial Traits
Average Height: 3’10” – 4’2”
Average Weight: 80 – 90 lb.
Ability Scores: +2 Dexterity, +2 Constitution
Size: Small
Speed: 6 squares
Vision: Normal
Languages: Common, Choice of one other
Skill Bonuses: +2 Acrobatics, +2 Endurance
Moppling Resilience: You can use your second wind as a minor action instead of a standard action.
Monkey Feet: You gain +2 racial bonus to grab checks and athletics checks made to climb when barefoot.
Surprise Assault: You can use surprise assault as an encounter power.


Surprise Assault Moppling Racial Power
You leap onto your enemy, grabbing on and give it a beating while at it.
Encounter
Minor Action Melee
Target: One creatue
Attack: Strength + 2 Vs. Reflex
Hit: 1d6 + Strength modifier damage, and you grab the target. If you sustain the grab, you deal 1d6 + Strength modifier damage.

Level 11: Strength + 4, 2d6 damage
Level 21: Strength + 6, 3d6 damage


Play a Moppling if you want...

  • To play a little daredevil.
  • To be small and tough.
  • To be a member of a race that favours the Rogue, Fighter, and Ranger classes.

Physical Qualities[edit]

Mopplings stand about 4 feet tall and weigh about 85 pounds. They resemble small humans and are proportioned mostly like human adults. Mopplings have large hands with long fingers. Their feet as well are large with long toes resembling fingers. They can use their feet to firmly grab objects or onto surfaces but lack an opposite toe to manipulate them. Mopplings arms are very long, reaching just about under their knees while standing straight. Females have no body hair but males have hair growing on their chest and on their feet. Males don't grow beards but they often have long, full sideburns, a goatie, or tuffs of hair on their cheeks. Mopplings skin colors are the same as humans. Their eyes are blue, green, purple, pink, and brown. Mopplings hair colors are all equally common and ranges in brown, black, blond, red, and indigo with all the shades in between. Mopplings reach adulthood at 17, and live as long as humans.

Playing a Moppling[edit]

They are fierce, mighty and short! Mopplings love to fight and often have friendly duels to test their skills. Mopplings are a race who take pride in proving that the small races are as strong as the big ones....

Mopplings Characteristics: Brave, stubborn, high-spirited, friendly, curious, resourceful

Male Names: Astar, Benkei, Jozu, Kino.

Female Names: Mona, Laolan, Fenne, Emmie.

Mopplings as Adventurers[edit]

Jozu is a rogue who love challenge. He will always try to get the most hard to reach objects even if it's not worth so much trouble. The thieves guild appreciate this aspect of him very much, sending him very often on infiltration jobs, either for spying or getting something important...

Since her childhood, Laolan always had a great talent for fighting. She enjoyed sparring with her father every day until she reached adulthood. She left the village to travel and meet with new opponents to fight with. After a while she found the best way to do so by joining a band of mercenaries.

Astar is a simple guy with a simple passion that drives him. He love meat more than anything else.And so he became a hunter to get himself all the meat he want.Astar travels the world to hunt every kind of animal that exist to taste they're meat for his own delight.



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