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Kenku are a fictional race of bird-like, humanoid creatures in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. They have appeared in multiple editions in the. Benefit: You gain a +3 to attack rolls while flanking instead of +2, or you grant a + 3 bonus to attack rolls or skill checks when aiding another instead of the normal. So I signed up for D&Di to play with the character builder and noticed that Kenku is playable race. After reading a little bit about them online.

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Join Date Aug Location St. That being said, what classes are dns in a 3. Please enable JavaScript to get the best experience from this site. Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3. With spells with verbal components, perhaps the kenku doesn’t use words and instead makes other sounds. TheHobgoblin gave XP for this post.

As in 3rd edition, here Kenku are official player races once again. If so, Man was the real monster all along. Being of Ib – Kuru. Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait.

They’re depicted in this source like the other monsters, although my character builder does have stat allocations and racial benefits listed as well. But in the ensuing years has made the transition from monster to player race with an endearing personality and e4 enduring fanbase.


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Perfection is a path, not a destination. Naturally this lead Kenku into mischief—their entry even specifies that many Kenku usually would assume the form of a god and accept offering from credulous worshippers.

So it cannot cast any spell it has not heard another spell caster cast. Also, some classes that gain spells innately like sorcerers develop their magic in a very personal way, and spell casters that get their spells from another being say, clerics, warlocks, and such probably have their spells granted to the in a manner that ,enku into account the caster’s language and ability to communicate.

Though there are rumored to be even more powerful Kenku who possess even more magical powers—though these are unconfirmed rumors only hinted at in their entries.

Perfection is a narrow path and it is full of rocks and potholes. In 5th Edition, they are decidedly more ravenlike. As in their previous incarnations, they possessed a degree of magic resistance and were renowned for their crafty, malicious cunning; they were occasionally known to pass themselves off as gods to steal the offerings of worshippers.

Who has ACTUALLY played a kenku?

As for roleplaying such a creature: In either Monster Manual 2 or 3 they are listed as a playable race. This site works best with JavaScript enabled.

It seems like Kenku are mostly prevalent in cities so I’m wondering if there is a specific area of the forgotten realms that they may be more likely to be found waterdeep? The kenku next appeared in the second edition’s Monstrous Compendium Volume Two[8] and were reprinted in the Monstrous Manual Kenku first made kenky surprise appearance as a PC race in the back of the 1st Monster Manual for 4th kenlu, with the following stats:.


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Tuesday, 15th May, Vicious but cowardly, kenkus usually flee or surrender the instant things start to go badly for them.


For now, in the 1st Edition days, Kenku are mischevious creatures who habitually use their innate powers to annoy and inconvenience humans. Perhaps with scrolls, they can get a party member to read it to them without using it before hand so the kenku can mimic it later when using the dnnd.

Wake of the Ravager Dark Sun Online: Actually, I am using the Tengu from Pathfinder as my base, translated over to 3. Similar Threads Let’s Make: Your mileage of course, may vary.