The Tortle 5e (5th Edition) Race D&D Races
D&D 5e Tortle’s live a really simple life as peaceful farmers on the Savage Coast of Mystara. it’s a section that’s expanded because of the mini-setting of Red Steel. By nature, they’re inoffensive. But they’re going to fight to defend their homes and naturally, they’re superb at tanking. They need never managed to urge any semi-official update to later editions like their fellow Red-Steel introduces the Aranea.
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- Size: Medium
- Type: Humanoid
- Tag’s: tortle
Tortle General Info
- Activity Cycle: Day
- Average Lifespan: 50 years
- Favored Climate: Temperate, warm
- Language’s: Aquan, Common
- Favored Terrain: Swamps, forests
- Average Height: 5-6 ft (1.52-1.82 m)
- Average Weight: 450 lb (204 kg)
- Distinctions: Shell, back darker, front lighter and more yellowish than skin
The tortles shape of arms and hands is comparable to the human’s shape of arms and hands. The tortles won’t wear clothing, but a number of them may wear harnesses, cloaks, and belts for carrying tools and supplies. Like humans, they will easily wield most weapons.
Most of the Tortles consider an easy life and others might call it a lifetime of adventure. Most of them are born near sandy coastlines and as soon as they’re ready to walk, they become nomad survivalists wanting to explore the wilderness.
D&D 5e Tortle Traits/Stats
- Ability Score Increase: Strength score increases by 2 and therefore the wisdom score increase by 1
- Age: After birth, your’s young Tortles character crawls for a couple of weeks before learning to run on two legs. By the age of 15, they are doing reach adulthood Tortles reach adulthood, and at the age of fifty and live for around 365 years.
- Size: Adult tortles stand 5 to six feet tall and weigh around 350 pounds. One-third weight is off their shells. The dimensions of your tortle character are medium.
- Alignment: Tortels lead ritualistic and orderly lives. As they age, they become more set in their ways by developing customs and routines. a couple of them are selfish and greedy and have a tendency more toward evil but most are lawful good. For a tortle it’s unusual to shuck off the order within the favor of chaos.
- Languages: We can speak, read, and write Common and Aquan.
- Subrace: There are three subraces available for tortle 5e: Razorback, Softshell, Desert. Pick one.
Tortles are the humanoid tortoises. These tortles walk upright with a ponderous and rolling gait. The creature has the leathery, reptilian skin and shells that cover their backs and bellies. The tortle grows up to six feet tall and quite 750 pounds is its weight.
Totles doesn’t have hair. The color of their skin is blue-green or olive. Their backshells are shiner and typically darker than their complexion and their front shells are lighter and have a yellowish cast. Tortles have a beak-like and toothless mouth and ready to deliver a vicious bite.
- Male: Aranck, Arre-Catte, Beshiltheeni, Dustu, Gad, Kanuna, Lanu, Mahkah, Nastas, Taheton, Grok
- Female: Abetzi, Anna, Doya, Ehawee, Kuwanyamtiaw, Macawi, Mituna, Talulah, Sikya, Sokow
- Family Names: Anthu, Chilan, Dzuwa, Galu, Lanpansi, Mwala, Mwezi, Nyanja, Tengo, Thanthwe
Tortles tend to urge along well with the opposite 5e races that have similar personalities and habits as tortles are reclusive and peaceful. They walk and spoke during a lower and milder fashion than the opposite dwellers of the fabric plane. They’re unaware of technology and board hunter-style tribes. Normally tortles sleep in straw huts and dust.
Random Height and Weight
- BaseHeight: 5′ 0″
- Weight Modifier: 350 lb.
- Base Weight: × (4d6) lb.
- Height Modifier: +4d4
Tortles live under the servitude of the chief of the Tribe who rules sort of a king. Tortles are very friendly to most of the opposite races especially; they’re friendlier toward peaceful Lizardfolk. There are only some races that are ready to look past the reptilian aspects of both their species and since of this, they get along. Tortles generally sleep in harmony with nature, aside from using the slash and burn farming method.