Elves

Summary:

Elves skin ranges from the beautiful colors of autumn leaves, and their hair tends to be long, shiny, and white. Their eyes are large and dark, and they are of slender build. They are typically around 5ft tall. They trace their heritage to the fey, which they claim give them their innate magical powers. Elves have a huge respect towards nature, and attempt to protect what is left of it in the realm. The majority of the Elves come from the forest Rosenberg, which they fiercely protect from outsiders. Other elf nations are the following: Southern Rosenberg, and San’Susia. Southern Rosenberg is more reclusive then Rosenberg and San’Susia is mainly ran by humans but is a melting pot of various races, and elves being on the minority majority.

Elf Traits:

  • +2 Dexterity, -2 Constitution: Elves are graceful and agile but somewhat slight build.
  • Medium: As Medium creatures, elves have no special bonuses or penalties due to their size.
  • All elves receive the martial weapon proficiency feats with longswords and shortbows (composite included) for free.
  • Low-light vision: Elves can see twice as far as a human in starlight, moonlight, torchlight, and similar conditions of poor illumination. They retain the ability to distinguish color and detail under these conditions.
  • Gain the feat Herbalist for free. Elves also always treat the skills Heal and Knowledge (Biomancy) as a class skill despite the class they are currently in.
  • As elves are creatures of the fey, they have retained some of their abilities. An elf may use healing touch. To cast healing touch the elf must make a healing check (DC15+5/each time used a day). Healing touch heals the willing target 2d8 + (Charisma Modifier) hit points.
  • Elves are immune to sleep, paralyze, and charm effects and spells, and are considered creatures of the fey for all feats, prestige classes, and abilities.



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