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Members of this group define themselves by their alignment and their outlook on the world first, their other abilities second. Their strengths reflect their alignment choices, and roleplaying one means putting attitude first. A good guy designation doesn't mean that every such character is a hero in your campaign.

Homebrew Good Guy Racial Paragon Classes
Name Rating1
(out of 20)
Type2 Description3
Aasimar Paragon NR Good Guy, Moderate Spellcasting, Divine Spellcasting The embodiment of good.
Cursed child of Trigon NR Racial paragon <!No Description Present!> Please edit this class and add a description!
Hu Child Paragon NR Good Guy One born of the Deity Gods Hu and Fi. Formed without birth, in an adult body. Spirit and knowledge are recieved at their creation from their divine parents. Their material body is fashioned after the universal design of humans. They are cousins to the Human Race.
Nalielmus Paragon NR Racial Paragon Nalielmus Paragons are even better swimmers, and even more gifted thanks to the special brand of chaos that infects their minds.
Nanelzian Paragon NR Racial Paragon Nanelzians who truly embrace their heritage become beings of great magical power. They cease to mimic humans, and ascend.
Nymph NR Good Guy, Skilled For those with know Nymph heritage
Silver Wyrmling (3.5e Racial Class) NR Skilled, Good Guy Silver Dragons are regal and statuesque. They cheerfully assist good creatures that are in genuine need.
  1. Shows the rating other users have given the class out of 20. Unrated classes are labeled "NR" and not fully rated classes are labeled "NFR". The rating is from the actual class's page; it is not made on this page. Follow the following link to learn more: Rating System.
  2. A general category the class fits into. e.g. Strong Spellcasting, Combat Focused, etc.
  3. A concise description of the class—should advertise the class.
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