As our lands burn, our children are slain, and our game is taken from us we will never forget the Nine for what they have done. Nor will we ever forgive.
Common KnowledgeNomadic by nature the Centaur have roamed the eastern grasslands for generations. The very same grasslands that were the first to be corrupted into the land known simply as Death's Cradle. Today, this prideful race of hunters and shamans has devoted their lives to the singular task of cleansing their land of undeath, no matter the cost.
They are lead by the The Six Clans.
Our people have hunted beasts for generations. Now we hunt beasts of a different nature.Finding themselves without their ancestral hunting grounds, Centaurs have been forced into more settled lifestyles. Naturally skilled at hunting and pathfinding, most Centaurs have taken up work protecting the various roads and trade routes between settlements. Because of this, they are no longer a rare sight outside of the Verdant Expanse.
Age Centaurs mature around the age of 16 and live to an average of 120.
Size Your average height is 5 to 6 feet, your average weight is around 2,000 pounds.
Languages Common, Sylvan
ChargeIf you move at least 20 feet straight toward a target and then hit it with a melee weapon attack on the same turn, roll the weapon’s damage dice twice and add them together. Once you use this ability, you can’t use it again until you finish a short or long rest.
HoovesYour hooves are natural melee weapons, with which you’re proficient. If you hit with a hoof, the target takes bludgeoning damage equal to 1d6 + your Strength modifier.
Equine BuildYou count as one size larger when determining your carrying capacity and the weight you can push or drag.
In addition, any climb that requires hands and feet is especially difficult for you because of your hooves. When you make such a climb, each foot of movement costs you 4 extra feet, instead of the normal 1 extra foot.
Finally, a Medium or smaller creature can ride on your equine back if you allow it. In such a situation, you continue to act independently, not as a controlled mount.