Neko, 2nd Variant (5e Race)
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Nekos are mischievous, crafty creatures, and are never afraid to face a challenge or competition. due to their social natures, Nekos can seamlessly integrate themselves into any culture and can be found almost anywhere. Their personalities are like snowflakes, with no two Nekos being exactly enough.
Nekos are humanoids with cat-like ears, long tails, some even have whiskers or fur on their torsos and legs. they are generally of a smaller build, typically being slim and lightweight. Their eye and hair color can vary widely. generally, male Nekos won't grow beards, and some believe that they are incapable of doing so.
Nekos evolved from a more cat-like humanoid species, although today they have adapted a more human form with only a few differences setting them apart from humans or elves
Nekos can be easily found in most societies, however, they will usually be isolated from non-neko, with their own hierarchy including their own leader. Sometimes Neko will form small independent settlements, with trained fighting forces
Neko names are a mix of Human, Elven, Nature, and even pun-based names.
Male: Will, Bellmont, Aspen
Female: Shelly, Mewlin, Blaze
Forest-dwelling humanoids with cat-like features.
Ability Score Increase. Your Dexterity increases by 2.
Age. Nekos mature twice as fast as Humans but live much longer sometimes living over 120 years.
Alignment. Nekos are curious and free-spirited and lean towards Chaotic Alignments.
Size. Your size is medium.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Darkvision. You can see in dim light within 60 feet of you as if it were bright light, and in darkness as if it were dim light. You can't discern color in darkness, only shades of gray.
Great Flexibility. You gain proficiency on Acrobatics (Dexterity) checks.
Cat Nap. You are used to only sleeping in small spurts therefore 4 hours for you is considered a full nights sleep and you do not take any penalties to passive perception while asleep
Naturally Graceful. You have resistance to fall damage because you always land on your feet when falling.
Feline Ancestry. You may turn into a cat with fur color of your hair color. You have all the same ability scores, but your total hit points are 2 in this form. You can also not attack in this form.
Ability Score Increase. Your strength score increases by one.
Natural Climber. You have lots of experience climbing trees, and have advantage on athletics or acrobatics rolls that involve climbing trees.
Claws. You can attack somebody with your claws for 1d6.
Ability Score Increase. Your charisma score increases by one.
lovable personality. because of your sweet disposition, people tend to think the best of you. you gain proficiency in persuasion. if you already have proficiency in persuasion, you add twice your proficiency bonus to persuasion rolls.
huggable nature. You gain advantage on grapple checks, and it is typically not seen as an aggressive gesture
Random Height and Weight
|4′ 9″||++1d10||90 lb.||× (+1d20Ib.) lb.|
*Height = base height + height modifier