Speiran (5e Race)
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The Speirans are fairies of air. They are outlined in various colours, namely blue and white. Their faces are usually nondescript. They are legendary for their spies and charlatans. They are famous for their collective love of mischievous pranks. This race was created for the Lospiri Campaign Setting, specifically the realm called Bhodomhan.
Speirans are outlined in various colours, namely blue and white. Their faces are usually nondescript. They all have wings, but they serve no purpose as they innately have the ability to fly.
Their history, besides their lineage and some major facts recorded by outsiders, is unknown even to them. When Speirans are traveling, a slight breeze can be felt around them. When they travel in groups, harsh winds plague the local area.
They have a strong sense of being Air Elementals, but they have no true lineage linking them to the Elemental Plane of Air. They generally integrate well with neutral races. They worship the Air Primordials, and some still revere the late Queen of Air and Darkness. Their government is a democracy that is non-functional, and they live among the other races of Bhodomhan at this point.
Male: Acheiri, Eulodeo, Heido, Nawath, Nywas, Oili, Sirwi, Toren
Female: Oseika, Fakeil, Feiral, Hysina, Ilossa, Lirtirra, Reasta, Yuil
A race of fairies made of air.
Ability Score Increase. You increase your Charisma score by 1.
Age. Speirans came into existence from the last breath drawn by the Queen of Air and Darkness. Once one dies, another will form within the next century. They don't need to mature and do not die from old age.
Alignment. Speirans are usually light-hearted and are mostly amoral. They are most often Neutrally aligned. They cannot be lawfully aligned.
Size. Your size is Small.
Speed. Your flying speed is 25 ft. You do not walk on the ground, but instead, you are constantly flying or hovering.
Elemental Susceptibility. Due to the fact that you are made of air and are not as innately powerful as Air Elementals, fires lit inside you or that you move within 5 feet of begin to feed off the oxygen of your body. You are vulnerable to fire damage.
Extraplanar. The Speiran's home is the Feywild.
Incorporeal. Since your form is made of air, it is hard to deal physical damage to you. You have resistance to non-magical bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage.
Magical Tricksters. Speirans have a natural affinity of pranks and tricks. This is complemented by their ability to cast certain spells without taking a class. At 1st level, you know one of the cantrips from the Speiran Spell Table 0. At 3rd level, you can cast one of the 1st level spells from the Speiran Spell Table 1 once a day. At 5th level, you can cast one of the 2nd level spells from the Speiran Spell Table 2 once a day. Charisma if your spellcasting ability for these spells.
Titania's Curse. Before Titania fell during the Great War of the Councils, she cursed the Unseelie. The Speirans continued to carry part of this curse after the destruction of the Unseelie Court. You have disadvantage when making skill checks against lawful-aligned creatures and saving throws against effects they create.
Whirlwind. Due to what you are made of, you can occasionally call upon the wind within you. Using an action on your turn, you force creatures within a 5 feet radius to make a strength saving throw. On a failed save, that creature takes 1d8 bludgeoning damage and is flung up to 20 feet away from you in a random direction and knocked prone. The creature stops if it would hit a object or creature. The saving throw for this ability is 8 + your proficiency bonus. At level 5, the damage increases to 2d8. At level 9, the damage increases to 3d8. At level 13, if the saving throw is successful, the target takes half the bludgeoning damage and isn't flung away or knocked prone. At level 17, the damage increases to 4d8. You regain the ability to do so at the end of a long rest.
Languages. In the Lospiri setting, you can speak, read, and write Auran and Sylvan. In other general settings, you can speak, read, and write Common and your choice of Auran or Sylvan.
Random Height and Weight
|1′ 8″||+4d6||10 lb.||× (2d4) lb.|
*Height = base height + height modifier
When creating a Speiran character, you can choose spells from the following lists as you level up in accordance with the Magical Tricksters feature.
|Spell Table 0|
|Spell Table 1|
|4||Speak with Animals|
|6||Tasha's Hideous Laughter|
|Spell Table 2|
|1||Gust of Wind|