1. Quick Reference
|Race||Race Maximums||Builds||Weight Ranges||Height Ranges||Life Expectancy||Genders|
2. Brief History
Yeti are a violent, nomadic, and strong race. Their history is filled with wars, and most wars go on for centuries, even if the reason was forgotten.
3. Positives & Negatives
Yeti are a strong and rugged race. They have impressive strength and can easily hold their own in a fight. They
Quick List of Modifiers
+30 to Melee Power
+30 to Throw Power
+10 to Critical Hit %
+10 to Strength
+10 to Fortitude
+1 to Attack Actions
+1 to Reach
+25 to EP
-5 from Initiative
-15 from Evade
Flat PR of 25
Saga of Ablution: -15 to Magic Stability
are natural mountain climbers and have a good tolerance to the cold. They are also the only orc race to have any natural armor, their thick hair. However they are very quick to anger. They also have no concern for politeness and tact which often puts them at odds with other races.
Yeti benefit from bonuses of +30 to Melee and Throw Power, +10 to Critical Hit %, +10 to Strength, +10 to Fortitude, +1 to Attack Actions, +1 to Reach (they have a reach range of 2 instead of 1), and + 25 to EP. Yeti also have no terrain movement penalties when traveling through or climbing mountains and hills and possess a natural Flat PR of 25. Yeti are also unaffected by the cold. Yeti have a penalty of -5 from Initiative and -15 to Evade. Yeti are not as mentally strong as other races and therefore are best suited to being a warrior instead of a scholar or spell caster.
In the Saga of Ablution campaign, yeti have a penalty of -15 to their chance for casting stable magic.
Yeti have two cycles in their extremely short life span. The first stage, which last from birth until 9 is their childhood. During this stage they are completely dependent upon their clan, as the entire yeti clan helps out with the children. They will learn skills needed for survival in this stage, as well learn what it means to be a yeti.
The second stage, which last from 10 until their death, is their adulthood. They still usually stay part of the clan, unless it is decidedly better for them to go off on their own. Death is met with open arms as yeti long to be with their ancestors.
All yeti are generally tall, large, rarely fat. Yeti have thick hair that covers their entire body except their face and the palms of their hands and soles of their feet. They have a uni-brow over their eyes. Their hair color is typically white however brown, black, and red are possible colors.
6. Living Habitat
Yeti dwell within the mountains and high plains of Nor'Ova, and are nomadic.
7. Food & Sleeping Requirements
Yeti will eat anything they can find or catch, and require at least 2 meals a day. They must sleep a full night’s cycle every night or suffer from fatigue (-5 from endurance per missed hour).
All yeti have a similar culture. They are typically all nomadic and have a very barbarian lifestyle. They are polytheistic worshiping gods of power and brutality.
Yeti of any kind do not use a last name. Yeti only have one name, which often sounds primitive and guttural to other races.
9. Racial Relations
Yeti don't relate to other races as other races. Instead they relate on an individual basis. If the other person has wronged them, a friend of theirs, or their family, that other person and his immediate family becomes the yeti's enemy. If another person is respectful and helps the yeti, the yeti's friends, or family, then that person and his immediate family is considered a friend to the yeti. Otherwise the yeti is indifferent towards others.
10. Racial Skills & Abilities
|Skill||Effect||Stat Cost||Range & Area||Duration||Skill Points to Skill Mastery||Mastery|
|Using this skill allows you to absorb ½ of the physical damage, having only 1/3rd of it affect your EP. This is a free action.||1 /3 rddamage to EP||self||instant||1 skill point =
2 skill mastery %
|Allows you to redirect 25%, 50%, 75%, or all of your stored damage into your melee strike, increasing your damage dealt by that amount. This is a free action.||N/A||weapon's range||instant||1 skill point =
2 skill mastery %
|Skill that lets the yeti let out a loud roar which unnerves the affected targets, causing them to need to make a will check to attack or use any skills or spells against the yeti. The unnerving effect lasts for 2 rounds.||5 EP;
1 support action
|3×3 hex around user||instant||1 skill point =
1 skill mastery %
|This ability allows you to carry two times your weight limit with no penalties to your movement rate or actions. You simply need to spend 2 EP per hour that you need the effect for.|
|This ability allows you to store your absorbed physical damage so that you can release it later with the Damage Redirect skill. Using this ability to store absorbed damage costs 25% of the stored damage to EP per round.|
|Climbing - Mountains
|This ability allows you to climb difficult to climb areas successfully. You must purchase each climbing specializations seperately. The specializations are: Mountain, Cliff, Tall Tree, and Flat Wall. There is no need for climbing ability for easy to climb trees and other areas that can be climbed without training. Each specialization grants you the ability to climb those difficult to climb situations at the EP cost of climbing, refer to Exploration and Gameplay rules for more details. Mountain specialization applied.|
|Climbing - Cliffs
|This ability allows you to climb difficult to climb areas successfully. You must purchase each climbing specializations seperately. The specializations are: Mountain, Cliff, Tall Tree, and Flat Wall. There is no need for climbing ability for easy to climb trees and other areas that can be climbed without training. Each specialization grants you the ability to climb those difficult to climb situations at the EP cost of climbing, refer to Exploration and Gameplay rules for more details. Cliff specialization applied.|
|Yeti's are immune to any ice spell.|
|This talent permanently reduces all damage done to HP by 25% of any felt physical or magical damage. This would be 25% of any damage that would actually be felt by HP, after any absorption or blocking done by armor. This does not lessen ongoing damaging effects, such as poisons or burns.|
|The yeti is a natural barbarian. As such they are not keen on using wimpy projectile weapons or flashy spells. Give the barbarian an axe or a hammer any day. Due to this ability, you may choose either Blunt Weapons Mastery or Chopping Weapons Mastery abilities free of charge to start with. Your character will also increase their damage power with chopping or bashing weapons by an extra +5 and learn offensive skills faster by having a +2 on Success Rate and +1 of Failure Rate for offensive skills. However your character's damage power with other weapons that are not chopping or bashing is decreased by -10.|
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