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2015-06-20, 07:50 PM
On these forums are there any posts that treat Humans of different cultures or kingdoms like different races (i.e. using starting stats different then the base human; like in Sovereign Stone or Midnight)?

2015-06-20, 07:59 PM
There could be. You could check the Homebrew Index thread.


2015-06-21, 02:26 AM
Not homebrew, exactly, but the Thieves' World 3.5 supplement has only one nonhuman race, and they're in one of the two expansion books and not the core supplement. Thieves' World is a complex and nuanced setting with lots of culture and a decently long history, so there's quite a diversity in the cultures of humans.

Milo v3
2015-06-23, 02:07 AM
Conan: The RPG has all it's races be different cultures of humans, and since it's basically 3.5e it should be usable. Alternatively, I've had it that each culture had a different +2 to ability scores and had to select their bonus feat from a list associated with their culture.

2015-06-23, 09:43 AM
forgotten realms did a limited version of this with regional feats IIRC. It manages to add flavor without a complete re-tooling of the race.

2015-06-24, 05:06 AM
See here: http://www.d20srd.org/indexes/variantRaces.



Google bloodlines d20 and see what shows up.

Races of Faerun and Races of Destiny . Google Ethnicities d20 and see what shows up

2015-12-08, 01:30 AM
-Bump up.-