Therionthrope (3.5e Race)

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Therionthropes are half-animal, half-human creatures. They frequently have animal heads and human bodies. They are usually unique, being the results of a very unusual set of circumstances, or the result of organized cross-breeding. In most cases, they are incapable of producing offspring.

Vital Statistics[edit]

Therionthropes gain all the advantage of being human except for the human bonus feat. For that feat, they may choose among one of the following abilities. They may later use a General Feat to acquire more of these abilities.

Therionthrope Abilities (Choose One, or Choose as a Feat)
Character Creation Abilities

The following abilities are only available at character creation. These abilities may be taken using a general feat or a fighter bonus feat.

  • Quadraped (size becomes large, must wear custom armor, move +20 feet, gain two secondary claw or hoof attacks, +2 LA)
  • Horns or Antlers as a secondary weapon (1d6 damage, choose bludgeoning or piercing). May not wear helms.
  • Two claw attacks as a secondary weapons (1d4 slashing, medium). May not use claws while wearing hand gear. May also take the pounce ability.
  • Two hoof attacks as a secondary weapons (1d4 bludeoning, medium).
  • Bite attack (tooth or beak) as a secondary attack (1d4 piercing).
  • Tail attack as a secondary weapon (1d6 slam). May learn multiattack. Must wear custom armor (x2 cost).
  • Monstrous Humanoid type
  • Aberration type

Many therionthropes are considerably less human that those described here. More extreme therionthropse are described under their appropriate creature entry and are usually found under Monstrous Humanoid or Aberration.


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