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Anyway, Dhampir are the result of this mingling of the mortal and the undead. They resemble tall, pale versions of their past life races. Dhampir tend to sit between two extremes: They crave blood though they can consume mortal food , and their eyes tend to entrance the minds of those who look into them for too long.
I mean, on the surface they look exactly like any other kind of undead. Occasionally they look a bit more blue, but then a lot of undead are blue. These guys are weird.
See, most intelligent undead are created when you infuse the soul with energy from the Plane of Negative Energy. That sort of reinforces the soul albeit in a warped form , allowing it to bypass all of the biological functions of being alive.
Some crazy elves or something have figured out how to do that with positive energy. I mean, if it were just elves, I could write it off as some crazy elf things.
But some powers have taken to doing it as well. Even "I-Hate-Undead-Raaaah" Pelor has granted a few champions eternal un life for some divine purpose.
I suppose I can see why. How does it even work? Can they attack a Dustman? Why are they still corpse looking? Is there a Deathless Vampire that donates blood?
Eidolon Some people are just too stubborn to stay dead. Somewhere out in the Great Wheel, there is a city called Manifest where the Ethereal, the Shadowfell, and the Prime Material intersect in this weird way.
The end result is that the souls of the dead They linger as these sort of psuedo-ghosts, eventually learning how to manifest bodies of ectoplasm.
Anyway, at some point over the past few shakeups of the entire fabric of magic, someone has figured out a way to replicate this effect outside of Manifest, using a sort of spiritual anchor called a Manifest Stone.
They can move around, sort of feel things, and are pretty much completely solid entities. Granted, they still look like ghosts. The call of What Comes Next is a strong one, and an Eidolon has to struggle against it every day.
Most of them cope with weird vices. Things to remind them what being alive is like. Oh, I should mention that sometimes an Eidolon can form naturally.
Imagine a giant undead Kobold. It is purely a mechanical balance thing. I realize there is no equivalent of resurrection for Gravetouched, and that the raise dead equivalent is a level later.
Typically, raising a dead character is an RP thing, rather than a "I pay this much gold to the Cleric" thing. Being able to raise Gravetouched with Necromancy is just a flavor perk.
The Dhampir subrace was inspired by the Vryloka, the Dhampir race from Pathfinder , and a desire to not be a total goth weeaboo.
The Deathless Subrace is primarily found in the Eberron campaign setting. Eidolonoi are from Ghostwalk , with some heavy tweaking.
I may have failed some knowledge checks. Last edited by CubeB; at Changed the Resilience features of the Necropolitan, Deathless, and Eidolon.
Added Heart of Light feature to Deathless. I especially like the interpretation of the eidolon and reanimation section. In fact I think I may take some inspiration from the reanimation feature for my settings orcs.
I also just want to say that the formating of your post is very good. Last edited by Rfkannen; at If you want to see some art here is my instagram https: I figured that the reanimation thing would be an interesting quirk.
Have a lot of undead sort of dead? Also how do these races interact with the infamous Intellect Devourer?
I would really like some input on this 5e Homebrew http: You have advantage on saves against the poisoned, paralyzed, stunned, and exhausted conditions.
Though I worry that the Deathless might be a bit weak with that. Resistance without a vulnerability is still really good.
You know, I forgot about the intellect devourer. As long as something has an intelligence score, the intellect devourer can target it or possess it.
I cannot guarantee that they will enjoy the taste Similarly, an Illithid can suck on a Manifest Stone like a psychic jawbreaker. Now it is a general resistance to Conditions.
Potent, but not overpoweringly so. I still worry that the Deathless is a bit weak, however. A proficiency in a skill? Here were things I was considering.
Deathless are the anathema of the undead. A Deathless may cast the light cantrip, but it must always target themselves. A Deathless knows the sacred flame cantrip.
Would adding something else be too powerful? Originally Posted by sajro. Is that supposed to say: Zombies and other unintelligent undead I was just wondering, and the rest seems really really cool.