Titanian (5e Race)

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The Titanians are the female inheritors of the Seelie Court. This race was created for the Lospiri Campaign Setting, and players in other campaign settings might want to look into Aasimar first. Otherwise, this is a good alternative to those.

Physical Description[edit]

Titanians have small pointed ears, fair skin, and light-coloured hair. They have six insectoid wings protruding from their backs.



The first Titanians sprung battle-ready from the fresh corpse of Titania when she fell in the Great War of the Courts.


Titanians worship a matriarchial pantheon of gods and goddesses. The dead goddess Titania, the god Oberon, and their children, Damh and Verenestra, are especially important to them. They believe the powers that be are intimately involved in their lives. Most religious observation is personal and intimate. They control a wealthy island in the far East.

Titanian Names[edit]

First Names: Alda, Breager, Davette, Hardol, Herdi, Lindrea, Obera, Pealli, Riorda, Thenrien, Titaniana, Venezan, Vinlisi, Zioma

Surnames: Aireil, Arith, Ebeliak, Firuvrian, Hisalleam, Keashen, Kethin, Malan, Mennis, Tavea, Tirsa, Veatith

Titanian Traits[edit]

Fey creatures that came from dead goddess Titania's corpse.
Ability Score Increase. You increase both your Strength and Wisdom scores 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. They are almost solely good-aligned. Titanians cannot be evil-aligned.
Size. Titanians took a body type similar to that of the LeShay. Your size is Medium.
Speed. Your speed is 30 ft. You also have a flying speed of 30 ft.
Divine Warcraft. Once between long rests, Titanians can channel the essence of their dead Matron. This takes the course of one hour and can be used on a short rest. You can bless any non-magical and magical weapons worth less than or equal to 1,000 gold. The blessing adds one extra damage die to the weapon. For example, a dagger would gain an extra 1d4 radiant damage. One charge of this blessing is expended any time you make an attack roll with the weapon. However, there are only 20 charges in the initial blessing, and 1d4 + your Wisdom modifier charges can be reclaimed from an hour of prayer. Other races regain only 1d4 charges from an hour of prayer. If the blessing's charges are depleted to 0, prayer must be held within 10 minutes or else the blessing is lost. The cooldown to bless a depleted weapon again is 2d4 - your Wisdom modifier days. The maximum of charges that can be held at one time is 20.
Encumbrance. You may not fly while encumbered.
Extraplanar. The Titanian's home is the Feywild.
Flying. If you do not move at least half of your movement in your turn while flying, you fall to the ground at a rate of 240 ft. a turn.
Holy Heritage. Due to the direct lineage to Titania, you have resistance to Radiant damage.
Winged. You may not wear any armour you are not proficient with while flying. You also may not wear normal backpacks and armour simultaneously and fly. To alter armour or backpacks for your wings, it costs 1.5 times the usual cost.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Celestial and Sylvan.

Random Height and Weight[edit]

4′ 3″ +3d8 110 lb. × (2d4) lb.

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

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