Yeti (3.5e Race)
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Shy but a brute, most members of the Yeti species would rather run than fight. Although when angered they become very hostile. Most tend to have a good nature and would more rarely attack an evil creature than a good one.
Strong and tall a yeti can be as tall as a giant but most stand 8-9 feet tall. They have long snow white fur for long winters. They also have large black eyes small noses and large mouths.
Many races think the Yeti species do not exist but really the Yeti is shy. Although some Yetis that make themselves known usually get along best with every race that wont kill them or enslave them.
Many are neutral good because they feel no need to obey order or fight agianst it but naturally have a good heart.
Yetis live in cold areas in high mountains.
Yetis have no understanding of religion because there is no organized church and not even an organized group of Yetis for that matter. Although, many worship the things around them such as water, earth, fire, and such. Those who get involved with other races worship their gods.
Most Yetis learn Giant from their parents but many are intellegent enough to learn other languages.
As Yetis grow up and learn more they soon give themselves names.
+2 Str -2 Cha
Yetis are strong but ugly
Subtype:Big foot- As Yeti but live in warm areas and low hills.
Base land speed of 40 no penalty in winter or mountains
Cold Breath: Once per day a Yeti can use its cold breath racial ability to make an enemy feel cold which makes it loose health every other round for 6 rounds.
Automatic Languages: Giant, Common Bonus Languages: Any Level Adjustment:+1
Random Starting Ages
Adulthood |15| Old |40| vulnerable |70| Maximum|1D20|
Favored class: Barbarian