- Is drow a playable race?
- Can drow see in magical darkness?
- What are dark elves called?
- Can you lose in D&D?
- How do you deal with the death of a character?
- Why would a drow leave the Underdark?
- What happens in D&D when you die?
- Is drow black?
- Does drow know Undercommon?
- Are drow immune to poison?
- Do half drow have sunlight sensitivity?
- Can drow grow beards?
- How do I kill my DnD character?
- Where do drow go when they die?
- Are drow Fey?
- Do elves hate drow?
- Can an elf become a drow?
- Do all drow have white hair?
- Are drow always evil?
- What are drow afraid of?
- Is lolth a demon or a god?
Is drow a playable race?
They are a playable elf subrace in the PHB..
Can drow see in magical darkness?
That part about Drow casting Darkness was rewritten in the PHB too: When you reach 5th level, you can also cast the darkness spell once per day. The only thing which you can use to see in magical darkness is the ‘Devil’s Sight’ ability which Warlocks can get and a few monsters have.
What are dark elves called?
In the Dungeons & Dragons multiverse, especially in the worlds of Greyhawk, the Forgotten Realms and Eberron, dark elves are commonly called drow. They are dark-skinned and white-haired and are generally, but not exclusively, evil.
Can you lose in D&D?
There’s no danger, no fear… no fun! Without consequences for actions, gameplay loses its purpose. So you have to decide how effecting player choices will be.
How do you deal with the death of a character?
The Right Way to Handle Character Death in D&D 5eLet the player have his/her “last words” if possible.Have a funeral or celebration of the life of the character in-game.Allow the fallen character to write a letter or journal entry after the fact that the other players can find on his/her body.Celebrate the character OUTSIDE of the game.Keep the memory alive.
Why would a drow leave the Underdark?
A cave in leaves you trapped outside. (Forgotten Realms) Vhaeraun (Masked Lord, The Shadow), the god of drow males, territory and evil activities on the surface, commands/directs your character to leave the Underdark. Stolen away from Drow society and sold as a slave. Driven to conquer new realms for the Spider Queen.
What happens in D&D when you die?
Resurrection. You touch a dead creature that has been dead for no more than a century, that didn’t die of old age, and that isn’t Undead. If its soul is free and willing, the target returns to life with all its hit points. This spell neutralizes any Poisons and cures normal Diseases afflicting the creature when it died …
Is drow black?
The Drow are actually cave adapted albinos who secondarily acquired the ability to capture hard radiation energy via pigment, which is why they have white hair and pink eyes but skin that is nearly coal black.
Does drow know Undercommon?
Undercommon isn’t a racial language; it’s the “common” of the Underdark, and better thought of as a trade language of that realm. It’s perfectly appropriate that a drow character might remain ignorant of undercommon (perhaps they have no trade interests). Drow speak Elven (albeit in some evil-sounding accent!)
Are drow immune to poison?
Most creatures are immune to their own poison because they create it in their bodies. Drow create their poison by hand, rather than by natural means, so it works against them as well. It is called “Drow poison” because they are the poison’s inventors, and its primary users.
Do half drow have sunlight sensitivity?
You won’t suffer Sunlight Sensitivity because you will be a half-elf, rather than a elf (drow).
Can drow grow beards?
Drow do not grow beards. The only time you see them with beards are when gaming companies make ignorant mistakes and give those drow rakish large mustachios like in Neverwinter Nights.
How do I kill my DnD character?
You don’t need to go to the effort of plotting to kill her off. What you do need to do is speak to your GM and your group and tell them what’s on your mind: your character doesn’t have much to do, and you’d like to roll up a new one.
Where do drow go when they die?
They go to the Fugue Plane, where they are only taken if they are chosen by the Deities or their Servants… or they are ripped away by Demons and become currency or, worse, tortured Manes.
Are drow Fey?
In the monster manual they are categorized as Fey creatures so that is true in a way but that would also mean that drow would be categorized as Fey creatures too, which they are not.
Do elves hate drow?
Drow traditionally have a special enmity with surface Elves. Drow and Dwarves don’t really get along very well, but it’s not the same kind of intense racial hatred as with between dark elves and surface elves. … They trade and relate with each other often, something that a Dwarf or surface Elf would never think of doing.
Can an elf become a drow?
The Adventurer’s Guide states that many other Elves turned into Drow as well because of the events in that adventure. Good drow exist but the transformation doesn’t reverse. They remain drow. It actually happened in an instant, in the middle of a meeting of the Winter Council, the elf anti-drow MI6 group.
Do all drow have white hair?
AD&D Monstrous Manual says, “Drow have black skin and pale, usually white hair.” In the Greyhawk setting, all Drow have black skin and white or lustrous silver hair. In the Mystara setting, the comparable Shadow Elf, all, have albino-like pale bluish skin and white hair. Pathfinder does add the dark purple skin color.
Are drow always evil?
Originally, drow were chaotic evil in alignment. Beginning with 3rd edition D&D, drow are usually neutral evil. There have been encounters with non-evil drow, but these are distrusted as much as their brethren, due to their reputation.
What are drow afraid of?
The constant strife of their society led the drow to be paranoid and fear everyone and everything. They feared the potential loss of their station, the loss of Lolth’s favor, the loss of loyalty or outright rebellion of their underlings, and the potential of punishment from their superiors.
Is lolth a demon or a god?
Lolth is a demon lord and a goddess worshipped by the drow (some myths propose that she was originally a goddess who was transformed into a demon). She displays formidable power and great cruelty with an affection for arachnids.