Savarath (5e Race)

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Physical Description[edit]

By The M-Man

Savaraths resemble bulky demons and are usually the color of stone and rock, although they can sometimes be the colors of gemstones. Their skin is made of all the different types of stone which depends on their region of birth. Their bones are also made from the same metal they were forged with. They also have horns of all shapes and sizes which are also made from the same metal, essentially bone protruding from their head.


Savaraths are beings that were formed of stone and metal. They were created as servants for the dwarves by a small circle of incredible intelligent forgers among the community. These constructs had the size and ability to heft loads of ore for the dwarves. However, unbeknownst in the original design, they developed sentience. They eventually rebelled against the dwarves and became more humanoid over the following years after release from captivity, even developing gender preference. They melded different metals to their bodies to make new alloys that served them as armors. The dwarves are the only race who know about the savarath origins. For the past years, the savarath have studied all the beings on the surface to decide which of them would make great allies or dangerous enemies.


The savarath prefer to live underground, as their powers are stronger there. The savarath were at war with the dwarves many centuries ago, but are now largely forgotten. These creatures are peaceful among each other and aggressive to any outsider that enters their home. The savarath homes are split up in a hierarchy based on the value of the metal on their body. The savarath live in a cave system deep underground, far in the depths of the Underdark. Their home is known as the Hollow and that is where they now originate from. They do not like any other race because they do not trust them, which is why they study all races to see if they can find any allies to fight against the dwarves. Their villages are run by royalty who are usually the gold rank. The gold ranks are also the only rank who can speak to the platinum ranks, which are seen as gods to the savarath. Now the savarath are starting to explore the world above ground to test all races to see who their allies could be.

Savarath Names[edit]

Savarath names come partially from naming schemes for minerals for females. Males have a more chaotic naming scheme.

Male: Zuna, Yakazar, Yoler, Wolther, Xunda

Female: Acculite, Guana, Xylitha, Luna, Zithia

Savarath Traits[edit]

Stone creatures who study other races, and have near indestructible limbs.
Ability Score Increase. Your Constitution score increases by 2, and your Wisdom score increases by 1.
Age. The savarath mature at the age of 40 and normally live to the age of 400 before they break down.
Alignment. Savarath are usually chaotic but can range through all the alignments.
Size. Savarath are usually from 5 to 6 feet tall. 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.
Metallic Limbs. Because a portion of your body is metal, your hits are rock solid. Your unarmed strikes deal bludgeoning damage equal to 1d4 + your Constitution modifier.
Stone Skin. Your rock hard body is impenetrable. When unarmored, your Armor Class is equal to 14 + your Constitution modifier. You may wear a shield and still receive this benefit.
Relationship Studies. As the Savarath have studied races for centuries, they have a bit of inside information in just how everyone ticks. You are proficient in the Insight skill.
Languages. You can speak, read and write in Common and Dwarvish.

Savarath Height and Weight[edit]

6′ 6″ +1d8 130 lb. × (1d10) lb.

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

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