The Ursine – A Bipedal Bear Race for D&D 5th Edition

EDIT OCTOBER 2018: I decided to move this old page to Patreon, so that way it can continue to evolve there while I continue to ponder new creations.  Plus, subscribers to see the race evolve into something even better!

For anyone that supports me on Patreon, you can take part in the reshaping of the Ursine race.  Find more here!

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6 thoughts on “The Ursine – A Bipedal Bear Race for D&D 5th Edition

  1. Hey there! I’ve just come across your blog while in search of an Ursine PC homebrew. I do a little homebrewing myself, but I haven’t perfected balancing races quite yet, haha. I love what you’ve come up with and I really like everything I’ve seen so far.
    Anyway, the group I DM for uses a reference binder with printed homebrews that I’ve accepted into our setting, each one with a credit for the author, of course. I was wondering if I could put this homebrew in PDF format (using The Homebrewery system) and possibly add a panda sub-race for my setting as well? I’d be more than happy to send you the final product, if you’d like.

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    • I’m actually in the midst of updating the races, myself. This draft is quite out of date. That said, you can print this for personal use. (I’m also pondering a panda sub race, myself, by the way.)

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  2. I love this race and can imagine it in other places. I am thinking of creating a version of SpellJammer that is more science fantasy based with the aesthetics of raygun gothic/dieselpunk. This and any other human-animal hybrid race you have done. If these were to be collected for purchase in print and/or pdf I would be most interested in purchasing such material.

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