Appearance|Outfit and Armor|Weapon(s)|
Other Gear (you may have up to 15 extra items, does not include healing potions|(If any) Familiar, Mount, or Animal Companion|
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Race- The type of creature your character is. There are 7 races that your character can be. If you have played some form of DnD before and know other races you can play as those. If you want to make a race for your character, let me know and I'll help you.>
<Human. The most basic and versatile race. I think you know what a human can look like. They do well in any class. Humans have lifespans of 80-90 years.
<Elf. Elves are faster than other races but take more damage when they are hit. They are slim, shorter than humans, they have pale skin and any colored hair, their most significant trait is that they have pointed ears. Elves make great wizards. Elves can live up to 700 years.
<Half Elf: Half elf half human. They look like a cross between a human and an elf. Like humans, they do well in any class. They can live up to a little over 100 years.
<Half Orc- Stronger than other races but not as smart. Half orcs look like a cross between a modern and a prehistoric human. They do best as a barbarian. Half ors rarely live over 70 years old.
<Dwarf- Dwarves are harder to kill than other races but not the most popular. Dwarves are short and compactly built. Skin, hair, and eye color is like humans. Their hair is worn long and men value their long beards. They do best as fighters. Dwarves live up to about 300 years. They are about 3 quarters the height of a human.
<Gnome- Gnomes are harder to kill but not as strong. Gnomes have the blue eyes and other than that have the standards laid down for humans in their skin and hair color. Gnomes are half the height of a human. They live up to 100 years old. Gnomes make good bards.
<Halfling- Halflings are fast, but not as strong. They look like humans but they are a third of the size. Halflings live between 400-500 years. They are good rogues.
<Fighter- fighters are warriors that do best with all weapons and armor.
<Rogue- A stealthy spy and/or thief that specializes in using stealth and speed. They normally use small, sharp weapons or ranged weapons and armor that is light.
<Ranger- A warrior that is comfortable in the woods. They use any weapons and wear armor that is light. A ranger can have an animal that travels and fights with them.
<Druid- A spellcaster that is one with nature and therefore casts spells related to nature. A druid uses medium and ranged weapons as well as light armor. A druid has an animal companion much like a ranger.
<Cleric- A divine spellcaster, healer, and capable warrior. Mainly has spells related to healing. They can wear armor of any weight and use medium sized weapons.
<Paladin- A fighter with divine protection and some magic abilities used for healing. They can use all kinds of weapons and armor. Paldins also have a warhorse or pony that travels with them called a mount.
<Sorcerer- A spellcaster that may use a few weapons and no armor. They rely mainly on their magic. They may have an animal that they are linked to known as a familiar.
<Wizard- Almost exactly like a sorcerer, but they rely on study and constant practice to cast their spells.
<Bard- A person who casts magic through music. They wear light armor and use a few weapons. They rely on their music and their magic.
<Monk- A skilled warrior who uses a magic called ki to fight while only using their fists or a few small weapons and no armor.
<Barbarian- A savage warrior who can go into a rage that makes them temporarily faster and stronger than other classes and then causes them fatigue afterwards.
(Note:It is not recommended, but you may multiclass, which means to be in more than one class. You may only have up to 3 combined classes but limiting it to 2 is best if you multiclass)