D&D General What Do Tabaxi Look Like in Your Games? (A Poll)

What Do Tabaxi Look Like at Your Table?

  • Type 1

    Votes: 3 3.3%
  • Type 2

    Votes: 8 8.9%
  • Type 3

    Votes: 40 44.4%
  • Type 4

    Votes: 55 61.1%
  • Type 5

    Votes: 18 20.0%
  • Type 6

    Votes: 9 10.0%
  • Type 0

    Votes: 8 8.9%
  • Something else (post a picture)

    Votes: 5 5.6%


Where is that Singe?
Tabaxi are as varied as the felines they represent. Kin to the Leonin.

Sample pic from an AI image of mine:

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No tabaxi per se, but I have a collective animal people called Bremyn. They are sort of Narnia style, so somewhere between 6 & 3.

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Speaking of which, I use an "Animalfolk" race (sometimes referred to as Anhiyawen, a pseudo-Arabic translation). They are a fey race that encompasses everything from what D&D would term Aarakokra to Zebraman under one umbrella, letting me have any animal-humanoid race I want with a single origin story. They can even mix and match and interbreed (so one might have a tiger father, a deer mother and duck children), though they usually follow strains. They have their own cities in the wilds west of the civilized nations, as well as within the feywild.


4 but not jungle cats

"Kittani": Housecats and wildcats
Tabaxi: Cheetahs, puma, ocelots
Leonin: lions, tigers, leopards, panthers

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