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Faerie Halfling

A D&D 5e Race Option for Halflings

Faerie Halfling


number of Halflings found their way into the Feywild early


time, their curiosity drawing them to the beautiful, yet

dangerous plane of unbound nature and magic. The Halflings settled and the magic of the plane slowly changed and moulded them over time, their forms shifting and adapting to suit their surroundings.

Faerie Halflings are often confused for Leprechauns by planar travellers to the Feywild, the sands of time having caused their looks to veer further away from their kin from the Material plane and closer to the Faeries that inhabit the very wilds they reside in. The nature of Faerie Halflings has also become much more guarded than that of their predecessors, they're far less trusting and guarded. However, when a Faerie Halfling feels comfortable, their jovial personalities run wild and unbound.

Fey Adaption

The bodies of current Faerie Halflings have changed to the point where they hardly resemble regular Halflings. Their already diminutive bodies have shrunk even smaller and their skin turning to light shades of lime, olive or teal, allowing them to hide from and avoid the many threats of the plane. Their forms are rarely abundant in thick muscle, the Faerie Halflings usually have thin or wirey frames; Faerie Halflings often weigh between 20 to 30 pounds and rarely stand much more than 2 feet tall. Their hair grows out in deep and dark shades of red or brown, it is incredibly uncommon for a Faerie Halfling to be born with blonde or a different colour of hair and children born with odd hair colours are often ostracised out of strange superstition. Faerie Halflings carry on their Material Plane kins practicality in their looks, wearing their hair and clothing without much flair. Their concern pushed towards practicality and survival rather than vanity.

Woodworkers and Carvers

In order to go by unnoticed within the Feywild, the Faerie

Halflings began building their homes into the huge trees that cover the plane. Their homes decorated with an abundance

of beautiful wood craftings made from the same wood their

homes are carved from.

Faerie Halflings are encouraged and pushed into the craft

a young age, learning and absorbing the knowledge of their


parents. It's a custom for most Faerie Halflings to carve their own home when they reach adulthood.

Guides of the Wilds

Some more self confident Faerie Halflings will approach

planar travellers within the Feywild, offering information or guidance in return for objects made of iron or steel, which they revere more than precious stones or typical wealth.

A Faerie Halfling may eventually become trusting of the

ones he is guiding and find a place among their adventuring party, leading them to travel to the Material plane and across other planes of existence.

Finding Faerie Halflings in the Feywild is often a rare occurence, finding a Faerie Halfling living and adventuring in the Material plane could be considered as rare as finding a Hill Giant without an appetite.

Faerie Halfling Names

Though they keep themselves practical, their names; like their looks; stray further from their Material plane kin. A

Faerie Halfling has three given names and a family name; it is

a customary for them to give their entire name when asked.

M ale Names: Dolton Karloss Tyris, Wynston Thomas Regis, Bendon Quincy Stephen, Lonton Adron Varley, Lyam Gregirry Oskaar.

Female Names: Breenie Lola Felicity, Yonda Tiffany Hilerry, Gemna Tary Scheila, Sarra Astara Berry, Izabel Deedry Melly.

Family Names: Feywillow, Greenvine, Fairykeeper, Orchardwind, Spryleaf, Grasstoes.

Faerie Halfling Traits

When you create a halfling character, you can choose the

faerie halfling as an alternative to the subraces in the P layer's Handbook. A bility Score Increase. Your Dexterity score increases by


and your Wisdom score increases by 2. Ability Score Decrease. Your Strength score decreases by


Age. A faerie halfling reaches adulthood at 20 and generally lives a little longer than their distant relatives, usually living into their third century. Alignment. Faerie halflings have adapted to their surroundings and believe that their own survival is of the utmost importance, they favour neutral alignments. They rarely take risks for others, but when they do, they'll do it with all of their ability. Size. A typical faerie halfling rarely grows higher than 2 feet tall and they tend to weigh between 20 to 30 pounds. Your size is Tiny. Speed. Your base walking speed is 20 feet. Lucky. When you roll a 1 on an attack roll, ability check, or saving throw, you can reroll the die and must use the new roll. Brave. You have advantage on saving throws against being frightened. Halfling Nimbleness. You can move through the space of any creature that is of a size larger than yours. Adopted Ancestry. You have advantage on saving throws against being charmed. Wild Stealth. You have advantage on Dexterity (stealth) checks made to hide in forested terrain. Evening The Odds. You know the Shillelagh cantrip. Wisdom is your spellcasting ability for it. Wood Carver. You gain proficiency with artisan's tools (woodcarver's tools). Languages. You can speak, read and write Common, Halfling and Sylvan.

with artisan's tools (woodcarver's tools). Languages. You can speak, read and write Common, Halfling and Sylvan.