The serpent creature of ancient times and decadent of human empire: A creature considered as the most human seeing of all the true yuan-ti and one of the three main and major breeds. And the other two are half-bloods and abominations. The yuan-ti pureblood is described as the human-like but have minor reptilian features like that of snake eyes, forked tongue and patchy and scaly skins. These weigh as like similar to human beings.
The yuan-ti pureblood is described as the human-like but have minor reptilian features like that of snake eyes, forked tongue and patchy and scaly skins. These weigh as like similar to human beings.
As these are not so powerful like other yuan-ti forms still the pureblood stands with poisonous powers and could also morph their bodies into the form of any viper by force of will alone and also can sense the presence of any kind of poison nearby.
They were also quite innately resistant to the magic and were not that intelligent as like half bloods. Yet still takes the pride in being more intelligent on average than that of humans.
When it’s about the psionic powers of the pureblood, this includes the ability to charm other humanoids to the entrance of animals and cause fear to them by creating darkness and to command the plants to entangle the opponents.
The Yuan-ti pureblood is quite adaptive at impersonating the humans and do often enter the human settlements in disguise as spies.
General Information Yuan-ti Pureblood 5e
|Average Lifespan||80 – 120 years|
|Homeland’s||Chult, Hlondeth, Tashalar, Western Heartlands|
|Language’s||Yuan-ti, Common, Draconic, Abyssal|
Statistics Yuan-ti Pureblood D&D
|Average Height||4’7″ – 6’6″|
|Average Weight||90 – 280 lbs.|
|Distinctions||Human appearance, with very subtle snake features, Slim hips, Fangs, Forked tongue, Patches of scaly skin, Sna|
The life cycle
Yuan-ti pureblood 5e makes pure blood could mate with half bloods or abominations but usually did not. Like other yuan-ti that they hatched from eggs and reached adulthood by twelve years of age.
The average lifespan for any yuan-ti was 80 years but attaining an age as great as like 120 years was possible. When it comes to personality, despite being thoroughly wicked, the majority of pure blood had the best of magnetic power and it’s like that yuan ti they tend to be quite arrogant and self centered.
The yuan-ti pure blood 5e was the least likely of the true yuan ti breed to remain attached to their tribe. Since they could more easily disguise themselves with they had the freedom to pursue their own interested wherever such things like them.
Yuan-ti Pureblood were the most likely yuan-ti to use grafts to modify their bodies, provides the new serpentine body parts could still be easily hidden with magic or underneath clothing until it’s required.
The yuan –ti pure blood were perfections and are only used with high quality weapons. They would rather weaken a foe from a distance than engage in melee combat.
Once the fight came to that however the pure bloods would be sent in first as the more powerful and valuable yuan-ti waited. When it’s about
It’s being the liaison, agents, spies or assassins as they could usually readily hide their serpentine features. They also oversaw the “lesser” yuan-ti servitor subraces, the brood guards and tainted ones. The Yuan-ti pureblood 5e speaks the yuan-ti language which is common and any regional languages. They often could speak abyssal or draconic well way.
Their race language is a common one and involves a great deal of rating noises and hissing that requires a forked tongue to execute. Most of them also learn common in order to blend into foreign areas.
They get matured in the same way humans do and even their life span is similar in length to that of human beings. The base walking speed of the character is 30 feet and the best part is their magic resistant and its effects.
These are seen in dim light within 60 feet as if they were in the bright light and in the darkness it can be seen as if it were it the dim light. You can’t really discern the
The racial traits
The characters possess the following racial traits:-
- +2 dexterity, +2 intelligence, +2 charismas.
- Dark vision out to 60 feet.
- These begin with four levels of monstrous humanoid which provides 4d8 hit dice, a base attack bonus of +4 , and base saving throws bonuses of fort +1, ref +4 , will+4.
- The purebloods monstrous humanoid levels give it skill points equal to 7 x (2+ int modifier). Its class skill is concentration, disguise, hide, knowledge if any, listen and spot.
- The pure blood gains a +5 racial bonus on disguise checks when impersonating a human.
- The purebloods monstrous humanoid levels give it two feats. They also receive alertness and blind fight as bonus feats.
- In advance they also have + 1 natural armor bonus.
The yuan –ti purebloods can charm other humanoids, entrance animals, create darkness and cause fear to common plants to entangle opponents. They are perfectionist and only use high quality weapons.
They would weaken a foe from a distance rather than engage in melee combat. If there is a fight, the purebloods would be sent as a more powerful and “valuable”. The pureblood often equipped with bore scimitars, studded leather
Notable Yuan-ti Purebloods
|Nhyris D’Hothek, possessor of the Crown of Horns|
|Netocris bin Shalah|
|Dmetiro Extaminos, leader of Hlondeth’s Cult of the Dragon|
|Iraska, the “Slime King”|
|Tathtlass, a female yuan-ti assassin|
|Mruthlissk, a male yuan-ti shadowdancer|
|The Rhaunister family of Mhairhetel|
The pure blood 5e
- The rhaunister family of mhairhetel.
- Mruthlissk, a male yuan ti shadow dancer.
- Tathtlass, a family yuan ti assassin.
- Dmetiro extaminos, leader of hlondeth’s cult of the dragon.
- Iraska the “slime king”.
- Zaltys serrat.
- Nhyris D’ Hothek, possessor of the crown of horns.
- Netocris bin shalah.
They bear a special role in the society by being agents, assassins, liaisons and can hide their serpentine features very easily. They use high-quality weapons and would weaken a foe from a distance rather than engaging in melee combat. If there is a fight then the Yuan-ti