Ah, the tritons. Imagine if the humans spent a few centuries far beneath the sea, where their arrogance and pretension could grow undisturbed.
  Tritons are the rulers of the ancient seas of Zihæt. Today they can be found ruling their empire, Venúék in the Middle Sea Basin.   Tritons have been isolated so long they have a limited understanding of the surface world of Zihæt.

Basic Information

Biological Traits

Adapted to even the most extreme ocean depths, Tritons are unaffected by the cold.

Additional Information

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Triton are native to the Venúék empire in the Middle Sea Basin.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

They have the ability to see in darkness, and can breath both air and water.

Civilization and Culture

Naming Traditions

Most triton names have two or three syllables. Male names typically end with a vowel and the letter s, and female names traditionally end with an n. Tritons use their home protectorate as a surname, with the name formed by adding a vowel followed by a “th” to the end of the protectorate’s name.   Female Triton Names: Aryn, Belthyn, Duthyn, Feloren, Otanyn, Shalryn, Vlaryn, Wolyn     Male Triton Names: Corus, Delnis, Jhimas, Keros, Molos, Nalos, Vodos, Zunis   Triton Surnames: Ahlorsath, Pumanath, Vuuvaxath

Common Dress Code

Well suited to life in the deep, tritons wear little clothing unless armored for battle. They fashion most of their clothes and other items from materials found in the ocean: coral, seaweed, shells, bone, sea urchin spines, the shells of monstrous crustaceans, and so on. Having an old, well-developed civilization, tritons know much of how to refine these materials into garb as rich and weapons as sturdy as any found on land.
Up to 200 years
Average Height
1.35m - 1.6m
Average Weight
90lbs - 150lbs
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Their bodies are covered in fine scales that range from yellowish-green through shades of blue to deep purple. Their heads are crowned with prominent crests, and fins sprout from their forearms, calves, and shoulders. Their digits are webbed, allowing them to swim as quickly as they can run.
Geographic Distribution
Related Ethnicities


Author's Notes

Information in this section may include role playing statistics or descriptions taken from the D&D 5e SRD, or paid subscription to D&D Beyond.

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