dwarf subraces 5e

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Moving on to their other features, there’s also Dwarven resilience which protects you from poison, darkvision (always useful), stonecunning, some tool proficiencies, and a few extra weapon proficiencies (which will only be useful to you if you’re not a martial class that would otherwise get these proficiencies anyway, so that does move the needle back towards this being a benefit for casters.) @font-face { Think back to what I mentioned with needing armor proficiencies for some of those tankier builds.

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Pure casters and pure martials get some decent mileage out of it too though, so don’t discount the dwarf as an option here either. Speed. font-style: normal; src: local('Roboto'), local('Roboto-Regular'), url(https://draconick.com/wp-content/fonts/roboto/KFOmCnqEu92Fr1Mu4mxMKTU1Kg.woff) format('woff'); div.asl_r.asl_w.vertical .results .item.asp_last_item::after { font-style: normal; } font-family: 'Open Sans'; font-display: swap; #wprmenu_menu.wprmenu_levels a.wprmenu_parent_item { Superior darkvision is neat, but sunlight sensitivity is pretty terrible and I wouldn’t recommend anyone put up with that. .nav-container li a{font-size:14px;font-weight:400;}.footer-bg, .site-footer .sidebar-container{background-color:#383838;}.site-footer .widget-area .widget .widget-title{color:#FFFFFF;}.site-footer .widget-area .widget, .site-footer .widget-area .widget li{color:#bbbbbb;}.site-footer .widget-area .widget a{color:#dddddd;}.site-footer{background-color:#272727;}.site-footer .site-info, .site-footer .site-info a{color:#777777;}/* cyrillic-ext */ font-family: 'aslsicons2'; Accustomed to life underground, you have superior vision in dark and dim conditions. src: local('Roboto'), local('Roboto-Regular'), url(https://draconick.com/wp-content/fonts/roboto/KFOmCnqEu92Fr1Mu7mxMKTU1Kvnz.woff) format('woff'); Frost Resilience.

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Medium armor is always a middle ground where you can get decent benefit if your stats don’t cut it for heavy or light armor. Aasimar (Volo's Guide to Monsters) font-style: normal;

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So really, the best benefits here are those resistances and spells.

So needle swings back the other way towards this being a benefit for martial types (particularly Fighters, Paladins, and some unique builds from other classes.). I’d say that the benefits of something like a half-orc would probably be better, but maybe you find the base Dwarf’s features enticing too, and that’s valid. font-style: normal; right: auto; #wprmenu_bar .menu_title, #wprmenu_bar .wprmenu_icon_menu { @font-face { Which, if you’ll recall, got a special mention when talking about the Dwarf’s base features. Dwarves mature at the same rate as humans, but they’re considered young until they reach the age of 50.

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However, the subtle distinctions between subraces allows players to diversify their builds and take advantage of benefits unique to each. You have advantage on saving throws against poison, and you have resistance against poison damage.
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That said, hit points are useful to everyone, so this isn’t a given. font-style: normal; font-display: swap; }

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Dwarves stand between 4 and 5 feet tall and average about 150 pounds. So I’ll be honest here- this subrace is a mess. The only other time I’d recommend the Mountain Dwarf is if you’re one of those people who absolutely, positively, *MUST* get as much damage dealt as possible. font-display: swap;

The Wisdom could be useful to anyone really in the form of saving throws (it’s one of the most common saves called for in 5e,) but it really will help nudge Wisdom based casters a little further (Clerics and Druid, mostly.) background: #FFFFFF; Without further adieu, here are a few of the old dwarves brought into fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. Manatouched. High dwarf—much like elves —can meditate deeply, remaining semiconscious, for 4 hours a day in place of sleeping. .menu-toggle, font-weight: 400;

You are resistant to cold damage and are adapted to cold climates. The benefits of the Hill Dwarf are useful to pretty much any character, and don’t take any careful planning or preparation to use. @media (max-width: 1069px) { Superior Darkvision. font-display: swap; font-weight: 400; unicode-range: U+1F00-1FFF; Dwarf Features. } Dwarves who take up the adventuring life might be motivated by a desire for … src: url('https://draconick.com/wp-content/plugins/ajax-search-lite/css/fonts/icons2.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), #wprmenu_bar { display: block!important; }

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And anything outside of an underdark setting makes them a liability more than an asset. So that’s almost part of the package deal, and it’s not worth it. }

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