Oread is a Race in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. To create your Champion in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous you can choose between 12 races. Each of them has its special characteristics, choose one according to your preferences and style of play.
Oreads are humans whose ancestry includes the touch of an elemental being of earth somewhere along the line, often that of a shaitan genie. Stoic and contemplative, oreads are a race not easily moved, yet almost unstoppable when spurred to action. They remain a mystery to most of the world thanks to their reclusive nature, but those who seek them out in their secluded mountain hideaways find oreads to be quiet, dependable, and protective of their friends.
Oread Physical Appearance
Oreads are stout, with stony hair and skin of earthy colours. A few show their elemental heritage even more explicitly, with shining skin, rocky outcroppings, glowing eyes, or crystalline hair but, despite this, oreads are still creatures of flesh and blood. They prefer practical clothing and simple adornments to complex jewelery.
Oreads Ability Score
- Varies on selected Oread Heritage
Oread Race Traits
- Geniekin trace their lineage to beings from the various Elemental Planes. Though their progenitors are typically genies, this ancestry can derive from any number of elemental creatures. Furthermore, even geniekin whose ancestry includes only genies can manifest their elemental heritage in uncommon ways.
- Oreads have a base speed of 20 feet, but their speed is never modified by armor or encumbrance.
- Oreads have acid resistance 5.
- Oreads get a +1 racial bonus to DC on Acid spells.
- Dwarves, elves, gnomes, half-elves, half-orcs, and halflings receive a +2 racial bonus on Perception checks.
Oread Heritage in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is the different sub-races or variations of the Oread race. Selecting a heritage provides various bonuses to Skills, Ability Scores, Skill Checks, and many more. Choosing a heritage for the Oread race occurs during the Character Creation sequence of the game. You can find the different heritage for the Oread race below.
Pathfinder: WotR Oread Heritage
Dreads are humans whose ancestry includes the touch of an elemental being of earth somewhere along the line, often that of a shaitan genie. Stoic and contemplative, oreads are a race not easily moved, yet almost unstoppable when spurred to action. They remain a mystery to most of the world thanks to their reclusive nature, but those who seek them out in their secluded mountain hideaways find oreads to be quiet, dependable, and protective of their friends.
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With scintillating personalities to match their captivating appearances, gemsoul oreads command attention—and prefer it that way. Gemsouls tend to have large egos and are flashy in their relationships. They gravitate towards artistic pursuits, most frequently of a performative nature, though they also have a strong tradition of symmetric poetry. Gemsouls prefer to make their homes in flamboyant societies or places where they can make meaningful personal contributions, as well as in nations that appreciate cultivated beauty. Gemsouls typically have dazzling, faceted skin, along with a cluster of crystalline formations instead of hair and pupil-less eyes of vivid colors. Some favor tattoos in complex, branching geometric shapes, and they can frequently be seen wearing silks or brightly dyed linen to contrast their complexions.
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Stolid and indomitable, ironsoul oreads undertake great works, both physical and conceptual, with unwavering determination. Possessed of patience and a sense of self-refinement through struggle, ironsouls reflect their ancestry in their continuous and determined efforts towards self-improvement. Ironsouls are most at home in areas that reflect that same sense of directed and intentional growth, and they operate best within existing formal structures. Ironsouls wear their elemental heritage on their skin, with most having some amount of metallic sheen. Their skin tone varies, with colors ranging from gold and silver to copper-green and dull, oxide gray.
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