source Welcome to Character Building Exercise, a feature about building characters for your RPGs. We’ll walk through how we created a particular character and solicit your thoughts on the build.
click here This time around, we built Kleeck, a level 4 aarakocra ranger, for a Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition campaign.
I created Kleeck for two reasons: D&D released rules for aarakocra (bird folk) and my friend and DM had an open spot at his table for another player. As aarakocra can fly, I thought it would be fun to build an flying ranger that could deal death from above with volleys of arrows.
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enter site I already had my race and class down, so that was easy. What was most exciting for this build was creating his backstory, which informed much of his abilities and stats.
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go here Kleeck was a member of a major colony of Aarokocra in the Star Mounts of the High Forest. A secretive and guarded people, they were nearly wiped out by a cruel green dragon that scattered the survivors, Kleeck included.
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get link And now, what you’re probably waiting for, let’s get into his combat stats:
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buy accutane In line with my idea for the build, Kleeck’s ranger fighting style is Archery, which gives a bonus to ranged attacks. I also gave him the Hunter abilities, and took the Colossus Slayer bonus (extra 1d8 to attacks if the target is below its hit point maximum).
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Since he’s an aarakocra, he can fly if I put him in light armor. I thought the 50 feet of flying speed was worth losing 3 points of AC. Hopefully being in the air won’t make him an obvious target.
With his desire for revenge and being a giant bird man, he should be pretty fun to roleplay. And when the arrows start flying, he should be a pretty deadly hunter.
I have included the first page of his character sheet below if you’d like to check it out. Click the image for a full-size version.
What do you think of the build? Have you built a ranger in 5e? Or made an aarakocra character?
Leave your thoughts in the comments.