Moreauvian (5e Race)

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A castaway washes ashore on a lost island. As he loses consciousness, several hideous creatures stand over him.

Physical Description[edit]

Created by a madman, Moreauvians are humanoid monsters of surgically altered and combined animals. They have a wide range of appearances, depending on what animals were used to create them.


Moreauvians have little history to speak of. They were created to mock the gods as living works of pride and hubris.


Moreauvian culture is similar to that of humans, on who they were based. They are often outcasts and exiles, only forming small settlements with either their own kind or those who share their pain. Being living monuments to human arrogance, they have deep insight into human nature and are not easily tricked or fooled. Only a few of them, however, can resist the will of their creator.

Moreauvian Names[edit]

Few Moreauvians are given names, those that have names do not share them. Most are known by the name of their creator, and thus use human name patterns.

Moreauvian Traits[edit]

{{5e Racial Traits |summary=Pitiable creatures born from human arrogance and pride.

|abilities=Your Charisma score decreases by 1. Your Constitution score decreases by 2. Your Wisdom score increases by 2. Your Intelligence score increases by 2. Other ability score changes are determined by your animal appendages selected from the list at the end of the race description.

|age=Moreauvians do not age, but only live 30-40 years, or die shortly after their creator.

|alignment=Moreauvians are not evil and tend towards Neutrality.

|size=Moreauvians vary widely in height and build, from barely 5 feet to well over 6 feet tall depending on the animals used to make them. Your size is Medium.

|speed=Your base walking speed is 30 feet.

|trait1=vision |description1=normal vision

|trait2=Will of the Creator |description2=Moreauvians cannot be made to act against their own will by any person or creature, except their Creator. All saving throws against possession, charm, fear, persuasion, etc. are automatically passed and the Moreauvian may make an opportunity attack as a result.

|languages= You can speak, read, and write Common

Animal Appendages[edit]

At 1st level you may select 2 appendages from this list to receive features from. Only one of each appendage type may be selected.

Ape Arms Your Strength score increases by 2 and your Dexterity score increases by 1.

Bear Arms Your Strength score increases by 3, you cannot increase your ability score above 20 with this feature.

Alligator Arms Your AC increases by 1 every other level

Hyena Head Your Charisma score increases by 3 and you are proficient in Performance.

Goat Head You are proficient in Arcane and Nature

Viper Head You are proficient in Deception and you gain +1 to all opportunity attack rolls.

Hyena Torso You can consume raw or spoiled food and may scavenge meat from deceased enemies

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