Thoradorian (3.5e Race)
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Thoradorians vary in personality, but most are considered to be calculated, and noble warriors. Although thet seem stubbern at times, they think things out in their head while sticking to their morales. The younger males tend to be more haughty, but their superiors make it an obligation to teach them to see past their "foolish" pride. Thoradorians hold truthfullness, honour and duty above all other things, and individuals that practice these principles is usually rewarded greatly, and is strived for throughout a Thoradorians's day.
Thoradorians stand anywhere for 5 and a half to 7 feet tall, and vary in weight from 150 to 350 poundsd, their bodies are covered in short, soft fur that ranges in colors of Dark Mahogany to Dirty-blond to Stone-grey. Thoradorians tipicly have Yellow eyes, but other colors, such as Copper, Saphire, Dark and Light Brown, Greyish-green, and even (on rare occurrences, White), can be found without suprise. Thoradorians have a musclar system that is far superior to humans, a result of the effort to change their own race into thoroughberd warrior race. Their muscles are three times as dense as the average human, and can run faster than a dog. They seem to be unnaturally quick on their feet, as well as take quite a beeting from the strngest of the common races. They walk on two dog-like legs and stand on the knuckles of their feet, which have aposable thumbs, but when in a hury, they can move twice as fase on all fours. The most distinguishing facial features of the Thoradorian, are their large bat-like ears, large eyes with cross-slit pupils, and the pair of tusks that extend from underneith their cheek bones.
Thoradorians instinctively believe that a first impression is more important than rumors or racial affiliations.
Thoradorians are usually lawful or neutral good, though the neutrals take on the lawful aspect of this median. Thoradorians believe strongly in order, but if they think it unfare, the will shead their duty for morals.
Thoradorians originated underground, but colonized the surface. They can adapt well to any area, as long as they are welcome.
Thoradorians worship their own pantheon, the head of which the Greater God, Thumbdar: Immortal Flesh God of War and Healling, resides. This pantheon is said to be a group of divinely powerfull Thoradorians that sleep underground, and extend their will to their loyal fallowers.
Thoradorians speak Common and Terran
Thoradorians, having grown up together next to humans tipically pick similar names, Dwarven or Elven names, though they tend to be more blunt and hard sounding.
- +4 Strength, +2 Dexterity, -2 Constitution, +2 Wisdom
- Thoradorian's base land speed is 40 feet.
- Darkvision 60 ft
- Thoradorians gain a +2 Racial Bonus to search and spot checks, and a +4 Racial Bonus to Listen Ckecks
- Thoradorians gain a +4 morale bonus against fear
- Automatic Languages: Common and Terran.
- Favored Class: Cleric.
- Level Adjustment: +3
|Middle Age1||Old2||Venerable3||Maximum Age|
|30 years||40 years||50 years||+1d20 * 4 years|
|Gender||Base Height||Height Modifier||Base Weight||Weight Modifier|
|Male||5' 6"||+1d6||120 lb.||5 × (2d6) lb.|
|Female||5' 0"||+1d6||90 lb.||5 × (2d6) lb.|