Yarny (5e Race)

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Yarny[edit]

Physical Description[edit]

Often made from any color of wool Yarnys have short, stubby legs, identical to their arms, small bodies and often small heads that are adorned with a set of small horns. While still small, they take on any shape of your choice.

History[edit]

Nobody knows where the Yarnys came from, but someone, somewhere, must've decided to make a woolen army of figurines

Society[edit]

Yarnys often only work well with one of their own. Commonly, they can merge themselves with each other and grown in size depending on the amount of Yarnys in the party, But do not have a functioning society .

Yarny Names[edit]

Yarnys often have human names, more often than not containing a pun relevant to themselves

Male: Woolliam, Michwool, Simon Cowwool, Wooly Sully Female:

Yarny Traits[edit]

Ability Score Increase. Your dexterity score increases by 2 and your charisma increases by 4.
Age. As Yarnys are made entirely out of wool they do not age. Rather, their body fully deteriorates after 6 continuous months in the ground.
Alignment. Yarnys are far too pure to execute evil deeds. Your alignment is Lawful Good
Size. Yarnys have short, stubby appendages and barely reach 1 foot. Your size is tiny
Speed. You have a base walking speed of 30 feet.
Yarnvision. You have the ability to peek around corners and through small holes while no one else would be able to
Lasso. You are able to extend your arm out and grab something up to 30 feet away from you. While doing this you take disadvantage against all attacks
Yarny Unite. If one Yarny is close to another Yarny they can merge together. Doing this adds together their height, weight and hit points
Knitter's Arms. If Yarny is unconscious, a member of the group has a choice to roll Sleight of hand in order to glue Yarny back together, if this happens no death saves are needed (Please Note: Yarnys are not able to sew each other back together)
Yarmour. If Yarny is close to a cotton object, they can use said object as armor, to the DM's choosing.
Languages. You can read and write Common, however, you aren't able to speak as Yarnys are made of string and so can not form a working voice box to speak.

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Random Height and Weight[edit]

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Height
Height
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Base
Weight
Weight
Modifier**
1′ 0″ +1d4 .5 lb. × (1d4) lb.

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


Suggested Characteristics[edit]

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