Blossom Shifter (5e Race)
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A blossom shifter is of completely humanoid shape. They have soft pastel colored skin that matches in color to whichever flower they prefer, though their skin is not solidly that color as they have lighter spots all over them that vaguely resemble the dapples on a horse. Their hair starts at the scalp white, and the further down it goes, the darker it gets, ending in a deep shade of their chosen color. Their irises are almost the same shade as the bottom of their hair, give or take a few shades either way. Their bone structure is often soft and gentle, like the subtle curves of a flower.
Despite not actually being related to any type of flower, the blossom shifters got their name by looking like humanoid flowers and having the ability to slightly shift their appearance to even resemble other creatures, though their natural colorings usually give them away. Their initial shift is always into the color that they are naturally, but they can then slight shift to a more natural color for whatever species they have chosen. Despite their relatively kind nature, blossom shifters are often distrusted by those who see them shift, as they are sometimes mistaken for doppelgangers.
Blossom shifter society is all about kindness and compassion toward those around you, as in all societies, there are some who differ from the norm, but you will never find anyone still living in this society who is strictly malevolent, it just doesn't happen. Blossom shifters originated in the Feywilds.
Blossom Shifter Names
Blossom shifter given names are often names that mean peace and tranquillity, or virtuous names, though they have also been known to have flowery or nature orientated names. However, if a blossom shifter leaves their home, many have been known to take a new name to better fit into their chosen society.
Male: Credence, Reid, Jasper, Leif, Cliff, Flint, Glenn, Forrest, Grove, Hawke, Leo, North, Orion, Wolfe, Ash, Blaze, Clay, Raine, Ignatius, Starr, Oak
Female: Serenity, Modesty, Patience, Hope, Chastity, Grace, Myrtle, Violet, Summer, Winter, Ophelia, Pansy, Daisy, Jewel, Jasmine, Charity, Lily, Clementine, Evangeline, Celeste, Rose, Prudence, Autumn, Ivy, Fawn, Maple, Tempest, Temperance, Willow, Brooke, Ember, Rayne, Storm, Starr
Family: Sycamore, Acacia, Cedar, Birch, Camphor, Aspen, Ilex, Bristlecone, Magnolia, Cottonwood, Hawthorne, Hemlock, Hickory, Elder
Blossom Shifter Traits
A humanoid with the coloration of any arrangement of flowers. They have a very androgynous look about them and you can barely tell between the genders.
Ability Score Increase. Your Intelligence score increases by 2, and your Wisdom score increases by 1.
Age. A blossom shifter reaches maturity at 25 before this age they are still considered children as they cannot reproduce until 25. Blossom shifters can live up to 250 years before wilting like the flowers they resemble.
Alignment. Blossom shifters are never of a evil or lawful alignment. Instead, they favor the aspects of freedom chaotic alignments grant them.
Size. You stand from 4'8" to just above 6'. Your size is Medium.
Speed. Quick and nimble, your base walking speed is 35 feet.
Darkvision. You can see in dim light within 60 feet of you as if it were bright light, and in darkness as if it were dim light. You can't discern color in darkness, only shades of gray.
Extra Reaction. When attacked, as a reaction, you can perform an Acrobatics skill check, the DC equal to the attack roll, if it is a surprise attack you do not add your Dexterity modifier. If you succeed the attack misses. You must finish a long rest before you can use this trait again.
Fey Ancestry. You have advantage on saving throws against being charmed, and magic can't put you to sleep.
Nature Dweller. Having been raised with nature as such an integral part of your life, you are proficient in the Nature skill.
Languages. You can speak, read and write, Common, Elvish, and Sylvan.
Random Height and Weight
|4′ 8″||+2d8||80 lb.||× (2d4) lb.|
*Height = base height + height modifier