101 Alternate Racial Traits (PFRPG) PDF
Rite Publishing(based on 4 ratings)
What makes a character unique?
Many facets create a distinctive personality and character, and the proper traits can go a long way towards making your next hero much more memorable. Why not make sure you've got the best to choose from?
With 101 Racial Traits you'll find more options for all the core races, certain to give any character a distinctive and personal background. Make your dwarves "unshakeable" or "Born with Axe or Hammer," and your "Highborn" elves the keepers of an "Alicorn bloodline." Gnomes might be "Well-Traveled," or be handy with "Steam and Fumes." Even humans can find something a bit more exotic, making them a "Child of Destiny," or gifting them with "Eidetic Memory." These traits provide interesting options for the mechanics-minded and roleplaying flourishes to personalize every PC.
Whether you decide on a Wendigo Ancestry, life as a Star-Touched elf, a Quickling Spirit, a half-elf Bastard's Life, a half-orc's Noble Savage heritage, or a halfling's Cannibalistic Reputation, having at least fourteen options for any race means hundreds of combinations and characters designed with panache and flair. It means a character with not just good traits, but the Rite traits!
101 Alternate Racial Traits also includes all of these new character options for HeroLab (Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook and Advanced Player's Guide data sets required) at no additional cost!
Author: Steven D. Russell
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