It was probably the single most thematic character I've ever made. It won't let me select a strength value above 15 even though I have plenty of points to allocate. I wouldn’t; Water Genasi [+1 Wis] Might be a worse choice than the Fire Genasi; Elf [+2 Dex] The Barbarian Elf is not the best choice, but darkvision and sleep immunity are good mechanical choices for a martial class like a Barbarian. Earth Genasi: Good ability score increases, but somewhat mediocre abilities. True to her barbarian nature, Epa is short tempered and brutish in her interactions with others. Fire Genasi Desert Herald Search Search all Forums Search this Forum Search this Thread Tools Jump to Forum Fire Genasi Desert Herald #1 Jul 6, 2019. filcat. Barbarian. She is an Eagle Totem barbarian, so she is a bit more light on her feet. I'm building a fire genasi barbarian and am doing point buy. Is this a bug or a restriction I am unaware of? The many faces of my ragey dramatic fire child. For a less optimal, but thematically fun option; a Shadow Monk could be an interesting twist on the fire theme. True to her barbarian nature, Epa is short tempered and brutish in her interactions with others. Con is good, Int isn't. She is an Eagle TOtem barbarian, so she is a bit more light on her feet. Pass without trace is a great spell, but not so much for a barb. Designed him very Pacific Islander. #2 Mar 11, 2019. filcat. It wasn't the "strongest" character I've ever made, but I had a lot of fun with him. Each of the four fundamental elements had associated genies, so the most common genasi were air genasi, earth genasi, fire genasi, and water genasi. Para-genasi were genasi who expressed a bloodline of two elements. Epa was my first ever DND character, and I love her to bits. Given her fiery exterior, she also tends to show her emotions out in the open, unable to tame her fire Genasi … Fire Genasi [+1 Int] Darkvision, fire resistance and flame cantrip. Fire resistance and spellcasting aren't bad, though. Any Rogue would enjoy the Darkvision Fire Genasi offers and that Burning Hands could prove to be a handy "get out of jail" card for a class that is notoriously bad at handling larger numberd, not to mention how handy the Int bonus would be to an Arcane Trickster, particularly. Given her fiery exterior, she also tends to show her emotions out in the open, unable to tame her fire Genasi nature . Fire Genasi Desert Herald. Mercurial, proud, and often fearless, they are not content to sit and watch the world pass them by. See more ideas about Character art, Fantasy characters, Character inspiration. Oct 6, 2017 - Explore Jay Randall's board "Fire Genasi" on Pinterest. Here is how I would rank the three subraces: Earth walk is only good if your DM uses a lot of difficult terrain, and you consistently get annoyed by it. My favorite Genasi I ever made was a Water Genasi with the Sailor Background who was a Storm Herald Barbarian of the Sea. Fire Genasi [+1 Int] Darkvision, fire resistance and flame cantrip. RangerDeadeye. RangerDeadeye. Subraces [edit | edit source]. Fire genasi are usually thought of as hot-blooded and quick to anger, and they have earned that reputation. Fire Genasi: Meh. Fire genasi have obvious physical traits that mark them as different from Humans, and they are often the target of mistrust and persecution. I wouldn’t; Water Genasi [+1 Wis] Might be a worse choice than the Fire Genasi; Elf [+2 Dex] The Barbarian Elf is not the best choice, but darkvision and sleep immunity are good mechanical choices for a martial class like a Barbarian. Here is how I would rank the three subraces:

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