Clan Crafter 5E Background

As usual this background being a stout folk were a well known for the sake of their artisanship and also for the worth of their handiworks, of course you’ve been trained in an ancient tradition. For some specific years you had been labored under the dwarf master of the craft, and even enduring the specific hours mostly long hours and even dismissive, the sour-tempered treatment in an order to gain the best skills that you possess today.

You almost likely to be a dwarf, but it is not necessarily-specifically in some parts of the north and also the shield dwarf clans might have learned long ago which has only to be proud fools that who are more concerned for the sake of their egos which was their craft turn away from by promising apprentices, al though those of the other races too.

You might not be the dwarf, however, you’ve been taken the solemn oath never ever to be taken on the apprentice in the craft; basically, it was not for the non-dwarves for pass on the skills of the Moradin’s favored children. You wouldn’t have been difficult, however, even by finding the dwarf master those who were willing to receive the potential apprentices whoever came by your recommendation.

Skill Proficiencies

History, Insight

Tool Proficiencies

One type of artisan’s tools

Languages

Dwarvish or one other of your choice if you already speak Dwarvish

Equipment

A set of artisan’s tools with which you are proficient, a maker’s mark chisel used to mark your handiwork with the symbol of the clan of crafters you learned your skill from, a set of traveler’s clothes, and a pouch containing 5 gp and a gem worth 10 gp

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Feature: Respect of the Stout Folk

Also the respected like the clan crafters were among the outsiders, even no one be esteems them quite to be highly like the dwarves do. You have always been free room and also board in any place wherever the shields dwarves or else the gold dwarves dwell and also even the individuals in such type of the settlements might be through among themselves for being determined those whoever can offer you (and possibly your compatriots) also the finest accommodations and also the assistance.

Suggested Characteristics

You can use the tables for the guild artisan dnd 5e background like the basis for your traits and also motivations, even modifying the entries whenever it is appropriate to suit for your identity (for an example; consider the words like the “guild” and “clan” to be interchangeable)

Bond

D6Bond
1The workshop where I learned my trade is the most important place in the world to me.
2I created a great work for someone, and then found them unworthy to receive it. I'm still looking for someone worthy.
3I owe my guild a great debt for forging me into the person I am today.
4I pursue wealth to secure someone's love.
5One day I will return to my guild and prove that I am the greatest artisan of them all.
6I will get revenge on the evil forces that destroyed my place of business and ruined my livelihood.

Ideal

D6Ideal
1Community. It is the duty of all civilized people to strengthen the bonds of community and the security of civilization. (Lawful)
2Generosity. My talents were given to me so that I could use them to benefit the world. (Good)
3Freedom. Everyone should be free to pursue his or her own livelihood. (Chaotic)
4Greed. I'm only in it for the money. (Evil)
5People. I'm committed to the people I care about, not to ideals. (Neutral)
6Aspiration. I work hard to be the best there is at my craft.

Flaws

D6Flaw
1I'll do anything to get my hands on something rare or priceless.
2I'm quick to assume that someone is trying to cheat me.
3No one must ever learn that I once stole money from guild coffers.
4I'm never satisfied with what I have – I always want more.
5I would kill to acquire a noble title.
6I'm horribly jealous of anyone who can outshine my handiwork. Everywhere I go, I'm surrounded by rivals.

Personality Traits

D8Personality Trait
1I believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right. I can't help it – I'm a perfectionist.
2I'm a snob who looks down on those who can't appreciate fine art.
3I always want to know how things work and what makes people tick.
4I'm full of witty aphorisms and have a proverb for every occasion.
5I'm rude to people who lack my commitment to hard work and fair play.
6I like to talk at length about my profession.
7I don't part with my money easily and will haggle tirelessly to get the best deal possible.
8I'm well known for my work, and I want to make sure everyone appreciates it. I'm always taken aback when people haven't heard of me.

Basically, your bond is most of the type clearly related to the master or else the clan which can taught you, or else it might be to the work which you could produce. Always your ideal might have to do by maintaining high quality of your performing work or else preserving the dwarven traditions of the craftsmanship.

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