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Yuan-ti were originally humans who transformed themselves into serpent folk through ancient rituals. Most yuan-ti were corrupted into monsters by those rites, but some yuan-ti instead became a new people who mix characteristics of humans and snakes.

Blessed with resistance to magical and poisonous effects by the rituals that created them, each of these yuan-ti manifests their serpentine heritage in a variety of ways: a forked tongue, snake eyes, a snakelike nose, or some other ophidian characteristic.

The worst of the yuan-ti are people-eating, demon worshipers, Sseth being the most revered. They honor him through bloody sacrifices, their victims often the many civilized folk of the world.



  • Min: 140 cm (4'7")

  • Max: 190 cm (6'3")


  • Common

  • Abyssal

Life Span

  • Adulthood: 18 years

  • Longevity: 120 years


  • 3 tiles per turn


Alternative Origins

You may choose to be a pureblood, halfblood, or abomination yuan-ti. Let us know in your application so we can help accommodate in game upon approval.


You have superior vision in dark and dim conditions, negating the Perception and to-hit penalties present at nighttime and in the dark areas of the world.

Natural Magic (Water)

Attuned to water and poison, the yuan-ti know the basics of such magic. You know the Poison Spray cantrip.

Yuan-Ti Resistance

Yuan Ti are hardened to the poison and magic that created them. You have a +2 to your Constitution, Wisdom, and Charisma saving throws, aswell as Poison Resistance.

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