Kri (5e Race)

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Kri

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"I have not seen a person that can go toe to toe with a kri... but I also have not seen one that wanted to try."

-Jekua Fallen (Arena Master)

Physical Description

Kri are the embodiment of unbridled strength. Each one stands 10-12 feet tall and weighs 600-900 pounds. Their skin varies from dark gray to almost white, with the females being on the lighter side of the scale and the males shifting more to the darker hues. Their blood is almost translucent, making it seem like they don't bleed but their blood will fade to a grayish red after several hours exposed to air. both male and female kri do not grow hair but males grow short horns around the jaw line.

History

Very little is know of kri history they have no written or oral traditions and do not seem interested in the matter, the most popular theory is they were made as a warrior/slave race for more advanced or civilized races and either rebelled and escaped or were discarded when a more suitable replacement was found.

Society

Kri are very rare do not live in groups, therefore they do not have much of a society of their own but take from any society the are involved in, though they all seem to be very honour bound and most will dedicate themselves as a warrior to particular groups or individuals.

Kri Names

Kri take their names from the society in which they were raised.

Kri Traits

Design Note: This race uses the Large Player Characters and Oversized variant rules.

Kri are large and incredibly strong creatures, but lack any mental strength.
Ability Score Increase. Your Strength score increases by 2, and your Constitution score increases by 1.
Age. Kri reach maturity at age 15 and live around 80 years
Alignment. Kri consider themselves honourable and tend more towards lawful and good alignments.
Size. An average kri is 10-12 feet tall and weighs 600-900 lbs. Your size is Large.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Destructive Strength. You have advantage on Strength checks made to break structures and other objects.
Leap. Your superior strength allows you to jump twice the distance you would usually be able to.
Huge Frame. Your powerful muscles allow you to push further beyond what most creatures your size are capable of. You count as one size larger when determining your carrying capacity and the weight you can push, drag, or lift. However, you require twice as much food and water per day as a normal creature your size, and you have disadvantage on dex (Stealth) checks.
Languages. You can speak but not read or write Common.

Random Height and Weight

Table: Kri Random Height and Weight
Base Height Height Modifier Base Weight Weight Modifier
8′ +2d12 450 lb. x (2d6) lb.



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