In this article we’re going to be going over one of the more interesting backgrounds, at least in its relation to its feature. We’re going to be talking about the d&d 5e knight background. This is one of the more og backgrounds. Just for dnd in general knights have always kind of been a central theme to the stories and in the fantasy genre that’s also been the case so their popularity is likely not to waver anytime soon and it is found in the good old players handbook which of course makes sense for the reasons i brought up earlier and this particular background is actually a headache for a couple DM’s still talk with to this day and i will and know why that is in a little bit here that being said before we move on to its description. If you would like to check out all of the dnd 5e phb backgrounds please check out the page and we also mentioned so many different sources backgrounds too.
You understand wealth, power and privilege. You carry a noble title, and your family owns land, collect taxes, and wields significant political influence. You might be a pampered aristocrat unfamiliar with work or discomfort, a former merchant just elevated to the nobility, or a disinherited scoundrel with a disproportionate sense of entitlement. Or you could be an honest, hard-working landowner who cares deeply about the people who live and work on your land, keenly aware of your responsibility to them.