Celebrity Adventurer’s Scion Background 5e

In this blog post we’re going to write about Celebrity Adventurer’s Scion Background 5e. Which is founded acquisitions incorporated they have quite a few, i think it’s just about half a dozen or so. They’re actually really well done and really creative. I do like them quite a bit i don’t see any issue with any of them to be totally honest with you. However its fair to be said that a lot of them are geared towards the initial meeting of the campaign or of the players which is not a bad thing at all but it is rather interesting nonetheless. Before we move on to it’s description and other aspects we would like to announce our page which consists all d&d backgrounds you can check this page after this article.

Overview

Your family names strikes fear and administration in the hearts of the common folk – – But that’s god nothing to do with you. The songs and stories celebrating the adventuring exploits of your famous parent are widely known. The kids across the land grew up wishing they were you. But being the child of a famous adventurer wasn’t all hugs and kisses.

Mechanics:

Languages or the tool Proficiencies with disguise to hit a force of course fits along with that under. Languages two of your choice really good, its always worth talking with your dungeon master about languages seeing what’s in the area you’d grow up in and what you would likely gain the most benefit from in the long haul.  Taking a look at the equipment its nice that it gives you the disguise kit outright, most of the backgrounds do but some of them won’t so it’s certainly nice to see that outside of that there is nothing really worth commenting on from there.

Feature: Name Dropping

You know or have met any number of powerful people across to the land – – and of course some of them might even be remember you too. However, you might be able to wrangle minor assistance from the major figure in a campaign, at the dungeon master’s discretion. So, additionally, the common folk treat you with deference, and also your heritage and the stories that you tell might be good for one of the free meals or a place to sleep.

This essentially it lets you leverage your lit or your parents fame and fortune on your own behalf it does not provide you any direct mechanical benefit. However, i would certainly give them some form of a buff when it came to social interactions when this particular feature was relevant.

For an instance, give them advantage on persuasion checks or maybe even a flat bonus to it, when they’re rolling against someone who has reverence for their parents or may be even fear for them depending on how the world is set up and how you want to embody these specific figures.

Suggested Characteristics

The Celebrity Adventurer’s Scion should deal with fame which is not theirs, wealth that they didn’t earn and also expectations that they can never hope to meet. However these hardships can be have some adverse effects, any how those who cope with them are able to arrive at a decent attitude and also a grounded worldview. Those whoever fail become bitter—or worse.

Personality Trait

d8Personality Trait
1I will never get out of my famous parent's shadow, and no one else will ever understand this burden.
2I've seen enough of the adventuring life to have realistic expectations and empathy for my peers.
3Living up to my legacy will be difficult, but I'm going to do it.
4I'm used to the very best in life, and that's a hard habit to break.
5My parent taught me a sense of duty. I strive to uphold it, even when the odds are against me.
6No one can fake a smile, a handshake, or an interested nod like I can.
7I've been part of the adventuring life since I was old enough to walk. Let me explain a few things to you.
8No risk is too great for the rewards of defeating my enemies... and taking their stuff.

Ideal

d6Ideal
1Power: The only way to get ahead in this world is to attain power and hold onto it with all your might. (Evil)
2Peace: Those who can find or make peace in the chaotic world around them have everything. (Lawful)
3Fame: I've seen what fame can bring. And I'll do anything to get all that for myself. (Neutral)
4Training: Hard work, sacrifice, and training lead to success—and eventually to perfection. (Any)
5Anonymity: I want to be successful. And alone. With lots of guards and wards between me and everyone else in the world. (Any)
6Wisdom: Material wealth is an illusion. Wisdom is the real treasure. (Good)

Bond

d6Bond
1While my parent was out adventuring, a servant raised me, and I care about that person more than anyone.
2I consider every member of my parent's former adventuring party to be family.
3Despite their absences, my famous parent was kind and generous. I love them and want to make them proud.
4My parent once brought a cursed magic item home. It is my obsession.
5My childhood home holds all my best memories, and its upkeep is my primary concern.
6Growing up, I had an imaginary friend I could always count on. That friend is still with me.

Flaw

d6Flaw
1You don't know what I'm going through. You never can.
2You. Fetch my cloak. And maybe rub my feet for a while.
3My comrades are brave, but I must defeat this threat alone to prove my worth.
4Oh, yeah, that spell? Named after my parent's best friend. Let me tell you about them.
5My best days are behind me. Ahead lies only toil, pain, and death.
6You have to look out for yourself. No one else will.
My Thoughts On It:

It’s description is funny and it falls in line with a lot of the ack incorporated stuff it’s mechanics are terrible there’s nothing to really write home and brag about but they are certainly workable. The feature is where i have my biggest bone to contention i feel like overall virtually every other background with a couple minor exceptions has just more offer mechanically there is a lot of flavor here for sure but the mechanical benefits are like at best its similar to maybe what the athlete has you know you can kind of use reputation to maybe get people to open up to you better or even offer them a night stay but outside of that it’s just kind of meh. It’s really up to the DM to carry this feature as far as its willing to go.

Under suggest or under the suggested characteristics i think they are really strong to be honest. The acquisitions are incorporated team puts a lot of effort towards a flavor and the suggested characteristics are probably where this particular background shines as a whole it gives the dungeon master a lot of great opportunities to play around with the world set up and circumvent expectations and all this cool stuff maybe even exceed expectations you know for all the player character may or may not be a son of the god in disguise, i think that would pretty cool or even may be their parent is just a fraud overall and has cheated their reputation via betraying fellow party members and you do not discover that until quite a bit later on.

The character arcs in most cases typically write themselves and this definitely no exception there’s certainly a lot you can do.

Do you know the celebrity adventurer’s scion book ? the source of this background is “d&d acquisitions incorporated”.

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