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The Hylians aren’t quite elves, but they aren’t quite human either. I focused on a template for them that emphasized archery, but also honed in on how they are favored of the gods, and a bit otherworldly. Link, in Ocarina … Continue reading
The Goron are big fellas, and in the history I give them a prominent role in supporting Hyrule. Tied to flame and living in the guts of a volcano, they’re pretty cool. And they faceplant to relax. So they can’t … Continue reading
Sensual desert thieves, the weird Gerudo are perhaps closest to a traditional adventuring class. This template borrows most heavily from my previous templates. All Gerudo characters will be female, unless the DM allows someone to play the Desert King, for … Continue reading
We see various Deku creatures in the games, but the only time I ever actually played a Deku was in Majora’s Mask. I think it was a viable adventuring creature, so I developed it for play in Old School Hack. … Continue reading