Talk:Catfolk (3.5e Race)
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Hey Deadchainer! I hope you dont mind but you inspired me and I created a companion race based on catfolk called houndfolk. You can edit anything you want (after all, it was based on your race!) but please make sure you're making IMPROVEMENTSItalic text because I worked very hard. Hopefully you dont mind and will forgive me for taking a lot of your ideas and modifying them to fit my needs. Like I said, feel free to edit constructively. Thanks for the inspiration! -Szilvina13
- Deadchainer, I to made some races to go along with catfolk. I hope you don't mind. Your race helped me so much. Thanks! -Mysticwarrior4
I believe you have made a terrible error with the catfolk, for they do not posses any natural weapons of any sort, such as claws and fangs. Races of the wild is where i gathered my information from, just thought i let you know.
- -this is a race from RoW, he just put it into the wiki. -Salad
Overall +6 to abilities (with no minus to any ability), the three different natural attacks, and tons of bonuses to skills makes this a bit OP at a LA +1, in my opinion. Anyone else have thoughts? --Badger 11:19, 20 August 2010 (MDT)
- I'm inclined to agree, Badger. I've seen a similar race like this on Creature Catalog, called a rakasta. It has all that natural attack stuff, plus better natural armor and some other stuff to boot. As a result, its LA is much higher at +3. --Gedren56 13:54, 20 February 2011 (MST)
Catfolk already exist
Guys, the Catfolk are a race published in Races of the Wild. Not sure if you are aware of this or not. Here sometime today...hopefully I will have a decent amout of that book updated in the wiki. -- Irykyl 09:24, 3 February 2012 (MST)
- Nice Fix.-- Irykyl 11:40, 3 February 2012 (MST)
I found a picture of a leopard that looks like a member of the Catfolk. Do you mind if I post it on this page?
Sir Dinadan 12:14, March 23rd, 2013