Freak Chinaman (5e Race)
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"Powers are for the weak. I have no powers. I mean, unless you count the power to blow minds with my weapons-grade philosophical insights."
For some reason, you were cursed at birth and are considered a freak wherever you go. You are a fur covered humanlike creature, but you have backwards bending knees, a bird beak, 6 nipples, a sentient snake arm, and heterochromic eyes. In place of a reproductive organ, you have a giant eye, referred to as a "Peen-eye"
You have no history, because people of your kind are extremely rare and they all tend to wonder the realm in search of answers.
Since you are considered an outcast from society, all Freak Chinamen are trained from a young age by a wise Indian shaman, who taught everyone how to fight, heal, and partake in ritualistic practices.
Freak Chinaman Names
Every Freak Chinaman is man, and so they are considered the last of a dying breed.
Your Wisdom and Dexterity increase by +2, and your Constitution is increased by +1. The only noted Freak Chinaman in world history was noted to have incredible philosophies, was trained to fight with his feet, and could take a proper beating.
You mature like a normal human, but have no records of dying or suffering from old age.
Freak Chinamen are never evil, because of the good work they do for humanity. They are always chaotic good, considering their ability to "help" in anyway they seem fit.
Freak Chinamen range from 5 feet to a little over 6 feet tall. Your size is medium.
Your base walking speed is 35 feet, due to your extensive leg training.
You have trained eyes to see even the smallest natural creature. You have tremorsense of 10 feet, and truesight of 5 feet.
Feet Fighter. Your unarmed strike is replaced with a well placed kick, and does 1d6 Bludgeoning damage.
Shakashuri Slinger. You start, and are proficient, with the Shakashuri, which has the form of a shawm but the music of a pan flute.
Taught Shaman. You can cast Healing Word as a cantrip, but you need to have your Shakashuri to do so. Your modifier for this spell is your Wisdom modifier. You can also cast "Precipitation Boogie" as a cantrip, which is a ritual spell where you need to dance around and chant for a round to "make God cry". The rain made from this spell can cover up to a 5 mile area.
You can speak, read, and write Common and one language of your choice.