April Fools Article (5e Race)

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April Fools!
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April Fools Article[edit]

Pages with this template, as long as they are not breaking policies or guidelines, should not be edited as spam or vandalism, or marked for removal, review, or editing.

Physical Description[edit]

April fools articles are beings of immense power. They are immune to most rules on the wiki, and even the all-powerful stub template cannot affect them.

These beings can have a wide variety of appearances. They can be long, short, well-written, misspelled, etc. There is no limit to what an April fools article can look like.


Members of this not-so-exclusive group have been around since the early days of the wiki. Since they were first created, they lurked in the background, never hoping that they could gain the same amount of attention as other articles. Occasionally, an April fools article is created that is greater than the others, but would still only ever be able to dream of becoming a featured article.


The nature of April fools articles makes them exclusively loners. Most often, their creator will release them into the world, half-formed, where they will languish until some benevolent soul takes pity on them. The article is either destroyed or drastic measures must be taken to bring them the minimum standard.

April Fools Article Names[edit]

April fools articles don't have gendered names. Their names tend to be goofy and often indicate their nature before even reading the article itself.

April Fools Article Traits[edit]

The most impervious kind of article to exist.
Ability Score Increase. Your Constitution score increases by 100, because you are able to withstand any attempt to destroy you.
Age. April fools articles typically become mature around 3 seconds and don't age well.
Alignment. Evil. Always evil.
Size. You have no size.
Speed. Your base walking speed isn't relevant, because you can't play this race anyway.
Oblivious Vision. You can see just fine in most levels of light, unless, of course, what you are looking at is terrible, in which case you are completely blind.
Unplayable. Try as you might, you will never be able to exist in the same world as serious creatures. Your DM will always forbid you from being played at the table.
Chuckles. You were created in order to make others laugh. As an action, you may make a DC 25 Charisma (Performance roll. On a success, you might be able to make someone breathe out of their nose a little harder.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Common and one other language of your choice.

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