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Death isn't always the end. The reborn exemplify this, being individuals who have died yet, somehow, still live. Some reborn exhibit the scars of fatal ends, their ashen flesh or bloodless veins making it clear that they've been touched by death. Other reborn are marvels of magic or science, being stitched together from disparate beings or bearing mysterious minds in manufactured bodies. Whatever their origins, reborn know a new life and seek experiences and answers all their own.

Reborn suffer from some manner of discontinuity, an interruption of their lives or physical state that their minds are ill equipped to deal with. Their memories of events before this interruption are often vague or absent. Occasionally, the most unexpected experiences might cause sensations or vision of the past to come rushing back.



  • Min: As per original race

  • Max: As per original race


  • As per original race

Life Span

  • Adulthood: As per original race

  • Longevity: As per original race


  • 3 tiles per turn


Deathless Nature

You have escaped death, a fact represented by the following benefits.

  • You have advantage on death saving throws.

  • You don't need to eat, drink, or breathe.

  • You don't need to sleep, and magic can't put you to sleep. You can finish a long rest in 4 hours if you spend those hours in an inactive, motionless state, during which you retain consciousness.

Knowledge from a Past Life

You temporarily remember glimpses of the past, perhaps faded memories from ages ago or a previous life. When you make a skill roll, if all parties consent, you may roll an additional 1d6 and add it to the number rolled.

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