Breadins (3.5e Race)
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A Breadin is easy to laugh and joke with, and curious in nature. Breadins are generally happy and optimistic, finding lights in the dark and trying to help others when they are down. Breadins love to start conversation and try to learn about everything and everyone they come in contact with. They know that bread is eaten by other cultures and races, and will be respectful to those that do eat bread or bread products, but will take offense if the person eating bread is purposely doing so to disturb the Breadin.
Breadins stand at about the size of a normal human man, and seemingly do not posses any remarkable facial features. They're bodies are wide, at about 4-5 feet, thus they normally approach doors sideways. They have thick bread arms and legs, but do not possess adequate fingers or toes. When a Breadin picks up an object they form the ends of their bread arms to form around the object, so they can pick up and manipulate objects as normal.
There are many different types of Breadins, some appearances are different variations of walking loafs of bread. Some appear to be walking sliced bread, of all different shades and shapes. Most Breadins are easy to approach and not intimidating due to their bread appearance.
Male and female Breadins are seemingly the same, the only thing that separates them is that female Breadins have slightly longer arms, and shorter legs than their male counterparts.
Bread people are very kind and generally get along well with other races. They are uncomfortable when in presence of people eating bread or bread products, but they understand that the bread they are eating aren't sentient like they are.
Bread people have a fear against birds, or bird like creatures. They can work with bird like creatures but will always show distrust towards them.
Breadins are good in nature, but there are instances of neutral or even evil Breadins, ones that were raised and bred into horrible lifestyles and their behaviors reflect that.
Breadins can and do live everywhere, but generally dislike humid or wet areas. You will find large communities of Breadins in deserts or plains. Places where they can have large open spaces to keep watchful eyes for and places that receive little to no rain.
They absolutely hate being in forested areas, because the amount of birds or bird like creatures seem to increase in those climates.
Breadins are born and raised to believe that when they die, they will be transported to a place of open fields where there is no pain, there are no birds, and there isn't any rain.
The Bread people speak common.
Breadin names are typically based off of physical traits of bread and their surroundings. A Breadin raised in the desert and hold traits similar to Rye bread would be named as accordingly.
Some examples of Breadin names are Sand Wheats, Desert Rye, Plain Grain, and Field Bun. When addressing a Breadin it is formal to address their entire name, but in casual conversation it is not uncommon to call them by their bread name.
- -2 Strength, +1 Intelligence, +1 Charisma: Breadins are typically more weak but make up for it in their ability to comprehend information and general friendliness.
- Humanoid (Breaded)
- Medium: As Medium-sized creatures, Breadins have no special bonuses or penalies due to their size.
- Breadins base land speed is 30 feet
- +1 Natural Armor :Breadins growing up become more stale and possibly toasted, so their skin becomes harder and can deflect more blows slightly easier.
- Automatic Languages: Common. Bonus Languages: Any (other than secret secret languages, such as Druidic)
- Favored Class: Any. When determining whether a multiclass Breadin suffers an XP penalty, their highest-level class does not count.
|Middle Age1||Old2||Venerable3||Maximum Age|
|30 years||50 years||65 years||+3d10 years|
|Gender||Base Height||Height Modifier||Base Weight||Weight Modifier|
|Male||4' 11"||+2d10||80 lb.||× (2d10) lb.|
|Female||4' 10"||+2d10||80 lb.||× (2d10) lb.|