Shy people (5e Race)

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Shy people[edit]

Physical Description[edit]

Typical shy guy and shy gal

Shy people are dressed in body covering clothes and masks to hide their true forms from scrutiny


Shy people live in seclusion in forests and caves, as such their eyes have sharpened to the low light of the two locals


They often hold a tribal society including simple homes, weapons and rituals

Shy People names Names[edit]

Male: usually their occupation followed by guy otherwise just shy guy, but sometimes human names have been given to them

Female: usually their occupation followed by gal otherwise just shy gal, but sometimes human names have been given to them

Shy person Traits[edit]

Secluded forest dwellers
Ability Score Increase. +2 str
Age. unknown
Alignment. Most shy guys lean towards chaotic but some deviations from this have happened
Size. Shy people have a range of sizes from just under 5ft to 5ft and 5in, Your size is Medium.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Darkvision. You can see in dim light within 60 feet of you as if it were bright light, and in darkness as if it were dim light. You can't discern color in darkness, only shades of gray.
Shy. you wear a mask to hide your face, others have disadvantage on insight checks on your deception attempts
Tribal weaponry. You have proficiency with blowguns, spears, bows, and hammers
craftsmen. Pick any artisan tool proficiency and you gain fishing tackle proficiency
heavy handed. Your unarmed damage does d4
Warm clothes. your robes are extra warm and you don't suffer any disadvantages as a result of the cold
Languages. Common and Shyish the language spoken between shy people
Subrace. cave and forest


Ability Score Increase. your intelligence score increases by 1
Cave knowledge. You have advantage on investigation checks made in caves
superior darkvision. You perceive darkness as dim light up to 60ft
Small presence. you have proficiency in stealth


Ability Score Increase. your wisdom score increases by 1
Forest living. you gain advantage on investigation made in the forest
Foraging. you can find enough food in the forest to feed 5 people and gain proficiency in survival
Crafting. you can contribute 10g per day on crafting instead of 5gp per day

Random Height and Weight[edit]

5′ 0″ +2d4 100lbs lb. × (10) lb.

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