Tiger-Man (3.5e Race)
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Tiger-men are passion in its pure form. They usually act on impulse, but such impulse is rarely selfish or harmful. They love nature and the wild, viewing as a place of freedom, and they will never suffer those who would impose their ways on others.
 Physical Description
The tiger-men are the tallest of the ani-men, with a few of their brethren being over 7 feet tall. They normally weight around 180 pounds, with the women not being much less. Their skin is usually unseen as they have a thin coat of fur on their bodies that is colored orange with black stripes. Their heads are shaped like a human's, but their hair is always worn long and is orange with thin streaks of black.
Tiger-men are slightly longer living than humans, reaching adulthood at 15 and usually living at least a hundred years.
Tiger-men are always able to find friends with humans as their ability to adapt allows to them to adjust to a tiger-man's appearance very easily. Though they do not associate much with the warforged, they do share common ground in that they are both people who feel (and sometimes are) outcast, but they go about it in different ways. Since they are often at home in the wild, tiger-men have excellent relations with elves.
Tiger-men love living in the wild, so they are usually chaotic. They enjoy the rush of freedom above all else and will gladly fight for the freedom of others, making many tiger-men chaotic good.
Tiger-men are not much for claiming an area, though they usually call small areas in the jungle and the forest their home. Tiger-men will usually go into cities only if they are with a group. They do not like crowds and cramped spaces of the city.
Tiger-men care little about religion and rarely worship a deity. However, in rare situations, you might find a tiger-man worshipping Obad-Hai, the god of nature.
All tiger-man speak Common, but they rarely pick up a second language. Even if they do, their oft-secluded lifestyles make learning other languages difficult.
All ani-men take human names, and the tiger-men are no different.
 Racial Traits
- +2 Strength, -2 Intelligence, -2 Charisma: Tiger-men are as strong as they are big, but don't think too much on passion and instinct.
- Humanoid (Feline): Tiger-men have the body of a human and the hair of a tiger.
- Medium: The tiger-man gets no bonuses or penalties due to size
- The tiger-man’s base land speed is 40 feet
- Darkvision 30’: The tiger-man can see up to 30 feet away in total darkness. They can only see in black and white under these conditions.
- The tiger-man has two claw attacks that deals 1d4 damage. (one on each hand)
- Minor Heat Endurance (Ex): The tiger-man gets a +2 bonus on Fortitude saves made to resist the effects of hot weather or exposure. Tiger-men are naturally acclimated to a jungle climate, and they can tolerate the heat and humidity very easily.
- Automatic Languages: Common.
- Bonus Languages: Dwarven, Elven, Goblin, Orc.
- Favored Class: Ranger. A multiclass tiger-man’s ranger class does not count when determining whether he takes an experience point penalty for multiclassing. Tiger-men are more at home in the jungle than in the city.
- Level Adjustment: +0
 Vital Statistics
|Middle Age1||Old2||Venerable3||Maximum Age|
|40 years||65 years||90 years||+2d20 years|
|Gender||Base Height||Height Modifier||Base Weight||Weight Modifier|
|Male||5' 2"||+2d12||110 lbs.||× (2d4) lbs.|
|Female||5'||+2d12||90 lbs.||× (2d4) lb.|