D&D Gambler Background 5E

In this article we have a real treat in store for us today. We’re going to be taking a look at dnd 5e gambler background. This is found in the acquisitions incorporated book and i really like i think it’s cool. I love almost everything by acquisitions incorporated so i am a little bit biassed in that regard. However i think a lot of people are gonna be in agreement with me over this. Now without further ado let’s take a quick look at it’s description. If you haven’t checked out our dnd backgrounds guide and if you would like to then please have a look at it through the given link.


As a gambler background dnd 5e all of you need to make a ton of gold is a little gold. But except at those situational times when all of you need to have no gold at all is a little gold. Of course whether you’re one of the good gambler or a bad one rarely matters, just because no one could be divine the whims of a Lady Luck. But sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down. But here is the things about the gambling is that someone has always been willing to take a bet.

  • Skill Proficiencies: Deception, Insight
  • Tool Proficiencies: One gaming set
  • Languages: Any one of your choice
  • Equipment: One gaming set, a lucky charm, a set of fine clothes, and a belt pouchcontaining 15 gp

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Suggested Characteristics

Some gamble out of the necessity. So normally others do so out of the boredom. Of course, still others would become addicted to the thrill of winning or even losing everything on a turn of the fortune. So for some. the gambling is the less a matter of chance and also more a matter of seeking in an every advantage for ensuring the outcome. Any how the best gamblers can lose everything, simultaneously the worst gamblers sometimes win. So, regardless of this, you can always be tell to the gamblers by the look in their eyes. The lady luck would haunt them too.

Personality Traits

D8Personality Traits
1I plan for every contingency. Leave nothing to chance!
2Every copper wants to be a silver. Each bet is an opportunity.
3I'm one of Lady Luck's favored. Anything I try is destined to succeed.
4I've lost so much to gambling that I refuse to spend money on anything anymore.
5Nothing is certain. Planning is a coward's act.
6I can't be sure who I've swindled, cheated, or defeated, so I keep a low profile in public.
7The perfect bet is out there somewhere. I just have to keep my eyes open.
8I have beaten my addiction, but all it takes is one weak moment and I'll be back at the card table.


1Knowledge: Knowledge is power, and knowing which horse to back is the key to success. (Any)
2Fate: Whatever happens is fated, regardless of any planning or striving. (Lawful)
3Bravery: If you want to succeed, you have to take risks. (Chaotic)
4Survival: You can't win if you're dead. Live to fight another day—when the odds might be more in your favor. (Any)
5Reliability: When I was in need, I was able to rely on others. Now I want to be the one others rely on. (Good)
6Victory: Winning is the real measure of a person. In the end, the only thing that matters is the scoreboard. (Evil)


1One person in particular owes me a lot of money, and I need to keep them alive if I want to be repaid.
2I'm loyal to the friend or family member who taught me how to gamble.
3The person who saved me from my gambling addiction is the only reason I'm alive today.
4A patron once fronted me money in exchange for a percentage of my winnings. I owe them a debt of gratitude. And a lot of cash.
5A criminal syndicate I once played for isn't happy I left the game, and its enforcers are looking for me.
6Urchins once helped me find marks for my games. Now I'm driven to help them escape the streets.


1I don't know when to quit. Especially when everyone else is telling me to.
2I save my sympathy for my friends, and I have no friends.
3You think we're in trouble now? Let me tell you how bad things are likely to get!
4You can loan me a little, right? I've got a sure thing. I'll double your money, guaranteed.
5I was once a terribly flawed person, like you. Let me tell you how you can save yourself.
6I'm a great gambler. I'm just bad at math and logic.

Feature: Never Tell Me the Odds

Here the odds and the probability are like your bead and butter. While downtime activities which involve games either of the chance or figuring out odds on the best plan, and you could get a solid sense of which choice is likely to be a best one and which opportunities seem mush good to be true, at your DM’s determination.

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