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D&D General A Goliath and a Dwarf have a baby, describe it!

Slit518

Adventurer
A Goliath and a Dwarf have a baby together.

I want you to describe it.

What traits does it take from the parents?

How does it look?

Most of all, have fun!
 

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J-H

Adventurer
Medium size. Height is randomly somewhere between 5' and 7'.
Very sturdy (broad) build with strong bones. Rough skin.
50/50 on hair/no hair, as I don't think goliaths have hair.
+1 Str, +2 Con
Resistant to cold and poison

Doesn't get the other dwarf or goliath benefits, but the resistances probably make up for it.
 



Voadam

Legend
Pink, small, and cooing.

"Where did you find it?" asked the Goliath.

"In a reed basket floating down the river. Lets raise it as our own." said the Dwarf.

Not being able to bear children of their own they took the child to their hearts and raised him as if he was flesh of their flesh.

And thus the future king was raised not knowing his true heritage.
 

aco175

Legend
Wouldn't that be an oxymoron.

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I love the idea of mixing all the races.
I have spent years hombrewing cross races (Dworcs being a personal fav) I love this that is why I want WAY more ability to customize the custom lineage
 

Slit518

Adventurer
I love the idea of mixing all the races.
I have spent years hombrewing cross races (Dworcs being a personal fav) I love this that is why I want WAY more ability to customize the custom lineage
When I started doing 1/2 races back in 3.5, my method was you take the the stat bonuses from both races, add them together and divide by two, rounding down.
Then, you take the better vision and the better speed of the two.
You get the language of both parents.
And finally you take the number of traits each parent offers (say one parent offers 4 and the second parent offers 2) adding them together and taking the average. Using the example in Parenthesis 4 + 2 = 6/2 = 3, so the offspring gets 3 Traits from a combination of their parents.
The traits they choose must be from both parents, they cannot just take them all from one parent.
 












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