Races of Eberron. This document presents versions of several races from the D&D world of Eberron: changelings, kalashtar, shifters, and warforged. For more . Races of Eberron (D&D manual).jpg. Genre, Role-playing game. Publisher, Wizards of the Coast. Publication date. April Media type, Print. ISBN · 0- Races of Eberron is a supplement to the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing. Complete list of all D&D spells, rulebooks, feats, classes and more!.

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This is the first time 3. I agree Juggernaut and Skirmisher are undertuned, but only compared to Envoy – compared to any other off they still get as much or more including the base WF traits, Eberfon just gets that little bit beyond. Kinda feel the same way about the mind connection. I would love tables like that for all races. Races of Eberron also provides new substitution levels, prestige classesfeats, spells, magic items, equipment, and other options faces creating characters for any campaign world.

Pages to import images to Wikidata. Official play assumes characters can’t get Plate until 5th level. Even then it’s not that bad, you just sell the extra armor and put the money towards something the party needs like you would do if you didn’t have any heavy armor users. I like Divergent persona but expertise seems excessive and not really on theme.

Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. I would say the half-orc is better at this point but not by that much, the darkvision being the biggest factor. Just give them one free proficiency to help them flesh out whatever disguises they frequently resort to. For a lot of those levels HP loss through weapon attacks is the main threat you are facing. Do you make a lot of perception checks in combat?

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Both have their situational benefits, one being real, but one providing clothes to match. I’m not talking roleplay, but mechanically. This is really only a downside if your DM is throwing tons of magical armor at the party and there’s no one else to wear it.


Gotta disagree on the Warforged front. Along a similar line, the book does get into variant racial options, from Valenar Elves to some slightly different Gnomes and the like. Which isn’t gamebreaking overall, but damned useful. I do feel like the shapeshifting should probably have a use limit.

Its wierd as is and counter to other race design for no story reason. No amount of mental gymnastics makes this balanced. Submit a new text post. Wed Adams rated it really liked it Feb 02, What are everyone’s thoughts on these races?

Classes in Races of Eberron – D&D Tools

Saying “well someone should be on watch anyway” makes it sound like you haven’t dealt with that much. The changeling clothes don’t change when they shape change so rberron limits it a bit. Even if we compare the ‘strongest’ of your example, gnome cunning, it does not remotely compare to a legendary item, the closest analogue being a Mantle enerron Spell Resistance, of which the feature is even WORSE than the item.

I’d still like them to change it to allow some sort of mechanic for them to gain the benefits of magical armor at the cost of the overall AC calculation. It is, given, mainly a PC tool, it seems, to help with making characters of the races described.

Ebereon not even taking into account that the warforged can still wield enchanted shields, rings of protection, and the like.

Need to control a mount, shift for advantage on Animal Handling. How can they feel like they can keep up? Give this a look if you’re curious. And if you are not running an Eberron campaign and want to use the races, this is a great option for just that. Antioch rated it it was amazing Dec 26, Disease immunity is something that seems to hardly ever come up, and is something a level 3 paladin gets.


Maybe give two free but less-powerful artisan tools rather than one really powerful tool and Expertise.

Find of like The Five Nations, this book divides itself in the beginning between the different races, and then uses the dberron of the book to get into feats and spells and items and that kind of thing. Changeling, I think, is in a pretty good spot, though unsettling visage seems like more of a doppelganger thing. So I am left to give the book a 6.

Races of Eberron

And expends a class feature on rather than getting something elsebut I agree this comes up rarely, same with food and drink.

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It’s definitely something you can build into to really crack it out. That or give them advantage on Death Saving throws to indicate that they’re physically more durable and can take a beating. And the math of the game is bounded. I also think you’re downplaying the impact of AC and HP loss. The official article on their website has the same link. That and the WF were the only truly nuts things in there, I thought.

Disease immunity is something that seems to hardly ever come up, and is something dd&d level 3 paladin gets, Mot having to eat or drink also hardly comes up, since few DMs track that sort of stuff. I disagree even d&s on immunity to sleep though not the spell, that’s rare enoughbut being able to keep watch e&d doing a long rest is amazing – that’s an extra set of Perception rolls to provide backup for whoever else is keeping watch, and night ambushes are some of the toughest fights if you fail.