Bumblebee (5e Race)
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Male: Abe, Barry, Beezy, Benson, Buzzard, Charmy, Florian, Sting
Female: Beatrice, Bree, Daisy, DeBee, Fleur, Flora, Honey, Mischa, Phoebe,
Bumblebees are hard-workering insects who take pride in what they do. Some are guided away from their nests by a spirit of adventure. Others are sworn to protect their hives from outside threats, and are prepared to give their lives in the name of their Queens.
Ability Score Increase. Your Dexterity score increases by 2 and your Wisdom score increases by 1. In addition, your Constitution is reduced by 1
Age. Bumblebees reach maturity after 2 weeks, and typically live as long as 3 years
Alignment. Due to their hive-mind mentality, Bumblebees typically lean toward lawful alignments. They pursue the greater good of their hive at all times, leading many of them to favor good alignments, in contrast to their wasp cousins.
Size. Miniscule. You count as one size smaller than tiny.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 5 feet. You also gain a flying speed of 20 feet
Busy Bee. You gain an additional ability score improvement at 2nd and 6th level. Note that this does not stack with the additional ability score increases granted to fighters or rogues.
Sting. You can channel the last of your life energy into one final, all-out attack. As an action, you can sting an enemy creature within 5 feet of you. The creature must succeed on a DC 15 Con save, or take poison damage equal to 2 x your level.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Common and one other language of your choice. Bumblebees do not share a unique language but can communicate simple feelings and ideas through buzzing noises.
When creating a Bumblebee character, you can use the following table of traits to help flesh out your character. Use these tables in addition to or in place of your background's characteristics.
|1||I always work hard for the good of my hive.|
|2||I can't resist buzzing angrily around people I dislike.|
|3||I have no conept of personal space.|
|4||I love the feeling of wind behind my wings. There's nothing like taking flight on a warm, sunny day.|
|5||I have a knack for sensing when it's going to rain. My trick is that I think so any time I see a cloud.|
|6||I prefer to communicate through the buzzing songs of my people.|
|7||Every flower is precious. It is my duty to protect all that bears pollen.|
|8||I prefer to always work in a group. My people are strongest in a swarm.|