Titanian (5e Race)
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Titanians are petite, beautiful humanoids with fair skin, exotic, voluminous hair, and clear eyes like crystal which can intoxicate weaker-minded people. They are very beautiful and their features are chiseled and angular, yet sloped to look naturally perfect. Their bodies are usually slim and very low on body fat. They have tear-drop shaped ears which are not as obvious as an elf's. They do still get mistaken for this often. As they grow older, they retain their beauty and gain a shimmering pair of wings on their backs. These resemble that of a fairy's and are very delicate and ethereal. To protect them, titanians can cause them to disappear and reappear, like magic.
During the Great War of the Courts, the valiant goddess Titania fought against all odds for the Seelie Court. She is said to have a body and physique which the titanians take after, only much bigger. The great Titania fell after many battles wore her down and traitors mushroomed within her own court. With her last breath, she praised the Seelie and vowed that, even with her death, the court would be defended by those who came after her. As if she spoke the words to life, born from her blood and lifeless body came for the titanians. They all mirrored aspects of their fallen mother and took up arms as inheritors of the Seelie Court. Like Titania, they bore the inner strength of battle and the mettle to surpass adversity. From the bones of their mother they made weapons, leaving her flesh. This flesh later formed the male titanians, which are not as belligerent as their female counterparts. As the titanians fought on, many scattered the lineage of Titania by having children with other races, which would come to bear the fallen warrior's spirit and zeal.
The titanians managed to procure a single island out far in the east where they declared their court sovereign. They have a matriarchal system where those who can claim their undying loyalty to the court and prove it in a series of trials of battle are named one of the court. Those of the court reign in a parliamentary fashion. While males are eligible to compete for a position, their demurer demeanor is usually edged out by the more confident females, which are also a majority of the racial population. The trials are meant to mirror the hardships of Titania to never forget what their purpose is. All born from Titania's blood share this same duty, they believe. Therefore, even the males are treated with the same respect as the females, rather than second class citizens. They take care of a lot of the behind the scenes chores while the females attend war conferences and fight battles.
Titanians worship a matriarchal pantheon of gods and goddesses. At the center of their pantheon is the dead goddess Titania. By association, her husband, the god Oberon, and their children, Damh and Verenestra, are also important to them. These main figures are worshipped in yearly festivals denoting the seasons. Titania is the spring. Oberon is summer. Damh is the winter, and Verenestra is autumn. Spring is thus the most celebrated time of year, when zeal runs high in the titanians and they celebrate the blooming of life after quiet winters. Summer festivity is mainly to be grateful for loving spouses and celebration of both sexes and the love between Titania and her husband through thick and thin. Damh was rumored to be a quiet child, so the winters are passed in contemplation. Autumn brings about humbleness, as Verenestra was a kind figure who did little talking, but her helpful actions spoke volumes. Titanians believe the powers of deities that be are intimately involved in their lives. Most religious observation is personal and intimate.
Titanians mainly use Sylvan names. These names consist of a first name and surname. Some names are androgynous.
Female: Alda, Breager, Davette, Hardol, Herdi, Lindrea, Obera, Pealli, Riorda, Thenrien, Titaniana, Venezan, Vinlisi, Zioma
Male: Oberron, Puck, Leglas, Titan, Aldo, Braeger, Hardol, Cetra, Riam, Ybet, Zion, Vinsli
Surnames: Aireil, Arith, Ebeliak, Firuvrian, Hisalleam, Keashen, Kethin, Malan, Mennis, Tavea, Tirsa, Veatith
Fey creatures that came from dead goddess Titania's corpse.
Ability Score Increase. Your Dexterity and Charisma scores each increase by 1.
Age. Titanians, unlike many other creatures in the Feywild, are not immortal. They are of sacred descent and were given a lifespan of 10,000 years. They mature fully at age 100.
Alignment. Titanians have the morality for the greater good instilled in their blood, but Titania's zeal can make them chaotic.
Size. Titanians took a body type similar to that of the leshay. Your size is Medium.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
Divine Warcraft. Being inheritors of a slain goddess, titanians have within them divine power to aid them in war. As an action, you can channel your inner heritage of the power goddess Titania. For 1 minute, your weapon attacks deal an extra damage die of radiant damage. You must finish a long rest to use this trait again.
Aerodynamic. The titanians are not born with the wings Titania had, but they have the potential for it, as well as the aerial reflexes necessary to fly when they come of age. You do not take falling damage from falls shorter than 60 feet and you always land on your feet. At 5th level, you gain your ethereal wings and have a flying speed of 30 feet.
Extraplanar. The titanian's home is the Feywild.
Holy Heritage. Due to the direct lineage to Titania, you are resistant against radiant damage.
Beauteous Sight. Your beauty is stunning, even while you are in battle. People would love to have your attention. You are proficient in the Persuasion skill.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write in Common, Celestial and Sylvan.
Random Height and Weight
|4′ 3″||+3d8||110 lb.||× (2d4) lb.|
*Height = base height + height modifier