More player options to fight devils! Now for the Half-Orc!
Prerequisite: Orc or half-orc
You’ve been touched by devils, but that has only increased your powers, not corrupted you. You gain the following benefits:
- You gain a magic melee bite attack. You are profficient with the attack, it deal 1d6+1 + Strength modifier damage and counts as magic to overcome damage resistance.
- You can use your Relentless Endurance once per short rest instead of once per long rest.
We let’s keep hammering on devils! How about to fight the monsters?
You move so fast, its a flash of silver. You gain the following benefits:
- Increase your Strength or Dexterity by 1, to a maximum of 20.
- Your first attack that hits each round counts as silver for effects the overcome damage reduction and immunity.
Ok, another quick one for Tieflings.
Sheep Among Wolves
Your a tiefling, but it’s hard to know it. You gain the following benefits:
- You have a short tail and small horns you can easily hide in your hair and pants. Your skin is a normal human color of your choosing.
- You gain advantage on Charisma checks with humans who do not know you are a tiefling.
How about something for the Tieflings out there?
Your family has a long history. At some point diabolic blood entered your veins and gave you some protection few have. You gain the following benefits:
- You gain damage resistance against cold, fire, and poison damage.
Welp if we’re going to do one side of the book of vile darkness, let’s hit the other.
You’ve gotten used to bearing your enemies into submission, and now it’s pretty thrilling. When you do damage to a foe equal to your level, you gain advantage on your next attack roll on your next turn.
Let’s keep making material to fight us some devils! Now some love for the dwarves!
Forged In Fire
The dwarves dig deep and while hell isn’t under their feet, the forge glows hot regardless of the plane. You’ve grown up fighting flames in the forge and fires from monsters found in the deep dark. You gain damage resistance to fire damage.
How about some alternative features for the monk?
Ki Force Strike
Starting at 5th level, you can hit a foe with your ki. You can spend 1 ki point to attempt to strike a foe within 100 feet with a melee strike. You may make multiple attacks in a round at range each round by spending a ki point for each strike.