Strigi (4e Race)
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A race of over-lookers. Wise owls who are valuable assets to any party.
|Strigi Mind Strigi Racial Power|
|The creature clutches it’s head in pain as it kneels down and bends to your will.|
|Hit: 1d4 + Intelligence modifier Psychic damage, and the target is dominated until the end of your next turn.|
Increase to 2d4 + Intelligence modifier damage at 11th level, and to 3d4 + Intelligence modifier damage at 21st level.
Play an Strigi if you want...
- To be solemn and solitary
- To look unique
- To be a member of a race that favours the wizard, cleric, and paladin classes.
Strigi average at about 6’2” in height and are very light due to their hollow bones. Strigi are described as giant owls. They have large “eyebrows” and have long wings with large feathers at the end to serve as hands. A typical Strigi’s feathers range from brown, gray, black, white, or tan. Their eyes have a large, black pupil that is surrounded by a color of brown, blue, white, or black. Male Strigi often have small “beards” of feather’s on their chins. Strigi stand upright and move slowly.
Strigi children grow up slowly, reaching adulthood at 25. They make up for it by living for about 200 years.
Strigi prefer plain robes. Strigi clothing has a very simple style. They almost never wear jewelry or other unnecessary items, showing their solitary ideals.
Playing an Strigi
Strigi are a very solitary race. They often live alone or in small colonies on mountains. The Strigi is a morally sound race, and are very balanced in their interests. They are big thinkers, and almost never reckless. Strigi will ponder long and hard before making important decisions.
Because of the Strigi’s solitary nature their culture has be unaffected by the rest of the world. Few Strigi are of an very evil nature, and just as few are of a devout good nature. The Strigi are often called the over-lookers because from their high perch they watch the rise and fall of nations and great empires.
Strigi view all races as equals and view all sides of anything. Strigi are very solemn, and very respectful. Strigi crave knowledge
Some Strigi seek adventure for purely recreational purposes or to widen their knowledge of the world. Most Strigi do not adventure for wealth of personal gain, but for knowledge or a sense of purpose. Strigi orphans raised in towns of other races often turn to adventuring, forced by their different nature. Strigi give off a powerful, solitary presence, but most people who have worked with them admit they are an integral part of a team.
Strigi Characteristics: Balanced, detached, knowledgeable, patient, perceptive, pondering, solemn, solitary.
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