D&D – Why you should play Tortle race 5e In Dungeons & Dragons – Character art – Rookzer0


17 Replies to “D&D – Why you should play Tortle race 5e In Dungeons & Dragons – Character art – Rookzer0

  1. That artwork is so good I love it! I love tortles, they're my favorite race to roleplay. They're just sweet nice lil turtle people and they honestly need more attention in d&d

  2. I’m pretty new to D&D, and I’ve been making an informal list of races and classes I most want to play. I’m not sure I’d want to play a tortle in a full campaign, but the more I see of them the more I think I want to try one out in a one-shot. I much prefer magic casters like bards, sorcerers and wizards but I think a tortle would be great to test something like a fighter, druid, or cleric—classes I’m interested in but not as much as the other aforementioned ones. I particularly think a tortle druid or tortle cleric could be something interesting to play in a one-shot.

  3. Middle aged mundane monk tortle!

    Middle aged mundane monk tortle!

    Middle aged mundane monk tortle!

    17 Nat AC!

    Tortle power!

  4. I DM'd a campaign where one of my players was a Tortle Warlock who, during one session, scored some Boots of Speed on a random loot roll.

    It was as hilarious as it sounds. Gotta go fast.

  5. Because whenever you find a Female Tortle to mate with, the SHELLS ARE EQUIVALENT TO AC 1 OLD SCHOOL , THAT'S +9 BASE SCALE ARMY AC AND A HOT BRINE Water Solution can make the shell pliable until it dries again allows for FORMED SCALES FOR TORTLE SHELL CHAINMAIL AC 1 OLD SCHOOL

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