Winged Folk

Winged Folk

Known by a multitude of names – Winged Elves, the El Karak Elam, or the Avariel – the Winged Folk dwell to the west of the Cragspire Mountains in a great aviary called Rookroost. Rarely seen out of the extreme Northlands, most people in the Lost Lands consider the Winged Folk to be the stuff of legends.

Physical Description
Winged Folk are small in stature. Males are just slightly above 5 feet tall and usually weigh around 110 lbs. Females are slightly smaller than males. Wingspan usually averages 8-10 feet in length. Male wings are usually brightly colored (blue, red, black, and green being the most common colors). Female wings are usually greyer in appearance or have large amounts of earth tones. All bones of the Winged Folk are hollow. Females carry eggs for 6 months which they then give birth (lay) to. Eggs are tended by both parents for two months until the young chips its way out of its shell. If wearing a large cloak or robe, the Winged Folk can usually conceal their wings quite effectively. Winged Folk reach adulthood around age 25 and live to be around 120 years old.

Game Stats
Winged Folk have their own language called Avian. All Winged Folk suffer a minus one to strength and a minus one to constitution, but a plus 2 to dexterity. All Winged Folk have advantage on perception checks when actively looking or searching. Winged folk are size medium, move 30 feet on the ground, and 30 feet in the air. All Winged Folk suffer disadvantage on attack and saving throws underground, or in a structure 10 feet or less in width. Winged Folk suffer disadvantage on any rolls while airborne when wearing any armor heavier than light armor. Flight movement is reduced to one-half or one-fourth when at medium or heavy carrying capacity accordingly.

Winged Folk

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