Abyssal Chicken-Born (5e Race)
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Creatures born from- uh... abyssal chickens?
These guys are pretty obviously born from abyssal chickens and they have a half-human and half-abyssal chicken offspring... however that happens. They still have their slight ability to fly, but they also, like abyssal chickens, can't fly for long. They have that same red-ish tint to themselves and still have that giant face-covering maw on them.
Little people have the knowledge of where these abominations came from. Most say they came along when a human and a fiend chicken love each other... *ahem* Others say it was a curse put on a being who did terrible things or broke a promise that was very important and got cursed to be a fiend chicken humanoid. Another assumption is it was a curse, but the other way around as in a abyssal chicken got cursed (probably blessed for them) to be a humanoid version of themselves.
These guys can go a lifetime without seeing each other. I mean, when is it everyday you see the child of a fiend chicken and a human? When they do meet sometimes, depending on the abyssal chicken-born's personality, they either are happy to see another of their kind, mind-blown, or act all territorial (they occasionally fight 'till one dies).
Abyssal Chicken-Born Names
The names of abyssal chicken-borns are just features of them like "jaw" or "spike" translated into the Abyssal language.
Names: Kun, Hun, Zjaex, Duqis
Abyssal Chicken-Born Traits
Creatures born from- uh... Abyssal Chickens?
Ability Score Increase. Your Dexterity score increases by 2 and your Constitution score increases by 1.
Age. These guys usually live up to 80 years old.
Alignment. These creatures are born from chaotic evil, so, when they are good, they tend to be chaotic because of their chaotic nature. There are a few cases where they want to be the closest to evil as possible, but want to be good, so they decide that neutral good is perfect for them. These guys hate laws, so they are almost always not lawful.
Size. Your size is small.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 35 feet. Your base flying speed is 30 feet.
Blindsight. 50 ft. (blind beyond this radius)
Bad Flier. The abyssal chicken-born falls at the end of a turn if it's airborne and the only thing holding it aloft is its flying speed.
Bite. +4 to hit. 1d4 + 2 piercing damage.
Claws. +4 to hit. 1d6 + 2 slashing damage.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Common, Abyssal, and Infernal.