D&D 5E Iron Route Bandit Background

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Actually, the Iron Route, once a primary trade route between the Phlan and Zhentil Keep and it is used to be a site of an extensive banditry until a Phlan’s recent occupation. Any how your time like an erstwhile bandit has been given you plenty of experience in saddle and also a knack for acquiring and appraising other people’s mounts, pets, and vehicles among the other things.

This specific set of skills have been become very lucrative for you simply by working for the sake of underground as a horse thief for a local guild of thieves and also some other shadowy organizations.

  • Skill Proficiencies: Stealth, Animal Handling
  • Tool Proficiencies: One type of gaming set, vehicles (land)
  • Equipment: A set of dark common clothes, pack saddle, burglar’s pack and a pouch containing 5gp.

Feature: Black-Market Breeder

You do know about how to find out the people those who are always looking for the stolen animals & vehicles, anyway whether for providing for the sake of animal pit fights, or else in order to supply some of the desperate rogues the means for getting away faster on the mounts during an illegal job.

Actually, this contact not only providing you with some information of what such particular animals & vehicles are in high demand in the area, but also it offers to give you some favors and information (DM choice) if you bring such animals & vehicles to them. This feature is more helpful for all the d&d 5e iron route bandit players.

Suggested Characteristics Of Iron Route Bandit 5E

Personality Traits

d8Personality Trait
1If people leave their gear unsecured, they must not want it very much.
2I feel more comfortable sleeping under the open sky.
3I always pre-plan my escape should things go bad; I always like to have an exit strategy.
4I tend to give animal owners breeding and care advice whether or not they want it.
5I lost a pet as a child and sadly reflect on it to this day.
6I always form a powerful, emotional bond with my mount.
7I recoil at the thought of killing someone else’s pet or mount.
8I prefer to hang to the back of a scuffle or discussion. Better to have my enemies in front of me.


1Loyalty: Never bite the hand that feeds. (Good)
2Unpredictability: Keep your enemy guessing and off-balance like a confused deer. (Chaotic)
3Power: I strive to become leader of the pack at all costs. (Lawful)
4Freedom: I bow to no one I don’t respect. (Chaotic)
5Resourcefulness: Our wits are our most valuable resource in troubled times. (Any)
6Unity: Lone wolves fail where the pack succeeds. (Any)


1I cannot leave a harmed animal behind; I must save it or put it out of its misery.
2I leave behind my own personal calling cards when I do a job.
3I do not trust people who do not have a pet, mount, or furry companion.
4The pelt I wear on my back was from an animal that died saving my life. I will always cherish it.
5If my pet does not like you, I do not like you!
6Once you’ve ridden with me and fought by my side, I’ll be there for you odds be damned.


1I talk to animals; I believe they understand me, even if they do not.
2I growl at and bite anyone who gets too close to my food while I am eating.
3I strongly dislike enclosed spaces and require intoxication or firm encouragement to enter them.
4I robbed the wrong caravan once. The owner is a powerful merchant who holds a grudge.
5I’m an inveterate gambler.
6I judge people based on how well they stand their ground in a fight. I got no time for cowards…

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