Rag Doll, Variant (5e Race)

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Construct Doll[edit]

Hurried footsteps echoed through the hall, rapidly approaching the door of the mages laboratory. The mages assistance hurriedly began preparing the mages experiments. The door flew open as the assistant finished the preparations and the mage entered the room. The mage disregarded his assistant and looked upon his creation. In front of him stood a large, humanoid doll constructed of a combination of mix-matched fabrics and steel, consisting of 4 arms and 3 legs. His ultimate creation. He pulled out the incantation and began his experiments.

Physical Description[edit]

Construct dolls are humanoid dolls that vary in both size and in shape. They can have any modification imaginable, such as wings, extra arms, or extra legs. Their body is made up of a combination of steel and variously colored fabric. The design of a construct doll is only limited by the imagination, with some holding more functionality than others. They are sustained through magic that was inserted into their bodies by the magic user who made them.

History[edit]

Construct dolls are constructs created by powerful artificers or wizards that are created for a multitude of purposes. Some are used merely as assistants and others are used as guardians or protectors. Whatever the purpose a construct doll serves, they often hold little sentience and are likely doomed to a life of servitude.

Society[edit]

Construct dolls are a servant race and thus their society is that of servitude towards their creators. Rarely does a construct doll break free of the servitude, but it is not unheard of. An independent construct doll comes to be either from breaking free from their servitude, or the death of their creator. Such construct dolls often spend their lives wandering, with no real purpose, and are often rejected by society.

Construct Doll Names[edit]

Construct Dolls can have any name, given to them by their creator.

Construct Doll. Ash, Cabe, Axel, Bit, Ranger, Geno, Scrappie, Cyd, Qwerty,Talus, Tinker, Oro...

Construct Doll Traits[edit]

Construct dolls are powerful, humanoid creations that vary in size and shape depending on function and imagination.

!WARNING! The Construct Doll race is not designed for immediate use in a party, but instead when a new character must be rolled up or a new player is introduced during a campaign.
Ability Score Increase. Any ability score of your choice increases by 1 and your Constitution increases by 2.
Age. As a construct, you are created fully mature and you do not age.
Alignment. You are very often lawful, but otherwise tend to follow your creator's alignment. Alone, you are often lawful neutral.
Size. Construct Dolls vary in size, ranging from 4 ft to 16 ft, and your size ranges from small to large.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Inserted Mechanism. You have a light weapon or tool kit inside of you that you can snap in or out as a bonus action. You gain proficiency in the tool kit or light weapon that you choose.
Unarmored Defense. Your AC equals 12 + your constitution modifier when you are wearing no armor.
Eye's Perfection. You gain darkvision, tremorsense or blindsight with a radius of 60 ft.
Special Engineering. You gain one of the following.

Resistance. You gain resistance to one damage type of your choice that is not bludgeoning, slashing or piercing damage.

Fixable. You are treated as a living creature instead of a construct when being targeted for healing.
Hinged Limbs.. Due to your limbs consisting of metallic axis, each limb must be greased once per week. Greasing a limb will use up 1/16th of a standard container of grease and takes 5 minutes for small constructs, 10 minutes for medium constructs, and 20 minutes for large constructs per limb. Failure to grease a limb results in the following.

Arms. You have disadvantage on attack rolls and contests of strength.

Legs. Your movement speed is decreased by 10 feet and an additional 5 feet after each subsequent week.
Constructs Nature. You do not have to breathe, eat, drink, or sleep. You have resistance to bludgeoning damage and immunity to poison damage and the exhausted, poisoned and unconscious conditions. You are vulnerable to fire damage. Your long rests take only 4 hrs instead of 8 and you are fully aware of your surroundings during it.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Common and one other language of your choice.

Small Height and Weight[edit]

Base
Height
Height
Modifier*
Base
Weight
Weight
Modifier**
2′ 0″ +4d6 8 lb. × (13d4) lb.

*Height = base height + height modifier
**Weight = base weight + (height modifier × weight modifier)

Medium Height and Weight[edit]

Base
Height
Height
Modifier*
Base
Weight
Weight
Modifier**
4′ 0″ +4d12 60 lb. × (110d4) lb.

*Height = base height + height modifier
**Weight = base weight + (height modifier × weight modifier)

Large Height and Weight[edit]

Base
Height
Height
Modifier*
Base
Weight
Weight
Modifier**
8′ 0″ +8d12 500 lb. × (125d12) lb.

*Height = base height + height modifier
**Weight = base weight + (height modifier × weight modifier)

Suggested Characteristics[edit]

When creating a Construct Doll character, you can use the following table of traits, ideals, bonds and flaws to help flesh out your character. Use these tables in addition to or in place of your background's characteristics.

d8 Personality Trait
1 I don't understand the motivations of others around me.
2 I have to remain perfectly orderly, even when I am in a dangerous situation.
3 I feel at ease when alone.
4 I believe that I can be accepted into the community, even if I am different.
5 I feel more intelligent and powerful than anyone else I have met.
6 I am the pinnacle of my kind, and no natural creation shall surpass me.
7 When people treat my like a slave or oddity, I do not believe that they should.
8 My craft is the only thing that really matters to me.
d6 Ideal
1 Power. The people around me are weak, and the only creatures worthy to walk the earth are constructs. (Evil)
2 Logic. I must use my greater comprehension of the world to my advantage. (Lawful)
3 Serenity. When I am separated from the rest of the world, I can finally unleash my potential. (Neutral)
4 Respect. All beings deserve to be treated like equals, even if they are constructs. (Good)
5 Community. A functioning community is like a machine, all of its parts must work together in harmony. (Lawful)
6 Self-Improvement.I must make myself the most powerful of my kind, and I will not let others stop me. (Any)
d6 Bond
1 I must defend my creator to my last breath. He/she gave me life, so I must preserve theirs.
2 My people are just as kind-hearted as others, and I will do anything to prove it.
3 I lived as a slave, and now that I am free I will do anything to prevent this happening to others.
4 My enslavement sets boundaries, and i can use these boundaries to my advantage.
5 I was attacked because I was different, and I will fight back against those who do that.
6 The tools of my craft are all I have, and I will put them to good use.
d6 Flaw
1 I hate myself for my man-forged form, and envy the natural beings who are so real.
2 I overlook obvious solutions in place of more complicated ones.
3 I secretly believe that everyone is beneath me.
4 I was but a worker, and I did not have enough time to train myself mentally.
5 I say what I think, and sometimes what I think insults others.
6 I do not understand the workings of by body, and this leads to my huge self-doubt.



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