Living Artifice (5e Template)
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|An augmented human Gunslinger Source|
|“||Gears are turning in my head! And they hurt!||”|
Living Artifices are a label given to humanoids who have used warforged technology to augment themselves. They are a natural progression of the warforged technology. With times of peace comes a Renaissance period, a period with which technology and magic blossomed. After experimenting with exotic magics and technology, artificers realized that you could use the technology to enhance or repair human capabilities. Thus the first "Living Artifice" was created: a patchwork of metal, flesh, stone, steam and magic. Living Artifices have no large permanent civilization or distinct society. They usually attempt to mingle with their native cultures. Any sentient, humanoid race has the potential to become a Living Artifice, but they do not gain any of the applicable racial perks.
Abilities. An ability score of your choice increased by 2.
Movement. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Damage Resistances. Poison.
Condition Immunities. charmed.
Languages You can speak, read, and write Common and one extra language of your choice.
Skills You gain proficiency in one skill of your choice. One of your augmentations must relate to this skill.
Organic Construct: You are sentient a living creature, augmented with constructed parts. Because of this, you are resistant to disease and require only half the normal food and water.