Raclings for Dungeon Crawl Classics

Small in size. Their fur ranges in color from grey to brown. They stand on two legs most of the time. They are adept swimmers and climbers. Their language is a series of clicks, growls, hisses, chitters, and the occasional laugh. Despite their reputation and mask-like markings they are not all thieves.


These adorable humanoid raccoons are fun to be around.

Small in size. Their fur ranges in color from grey to brown. They stand on two legs most of the time. They are adept swimmers and climbers. Their language is a series of clicks, growls, hisses, chitters, and the occasional laugh. Despite their reputation and mask-like markings they are not all thieves.

They are innately curious and highly intelligent. Their keen minds and animal senses are matched only by their dexterity. They do not cope well with captivity!

Raclings: SZ Small, Init +2; Atk dagger +3 melee (1d4+2 or 1d10+2); AC 15; HD1d8+2; MV 20’, Climb 25′, Swim 25′ ; Act 1d20; SV Fort +1, Ref +3, Will +1; AL C.
Abilities-
Infravision: Raclings are primarily nocturnal and can see in the dark up to 30’.
Small size: Raclings range from 2 to 4 feet tall. This small size allows them to crawl into narrow passages and through tiny holes.
Scamper A halfling has a base movement speed of 20’, as opposed to 30’ for humans while on two legs. However, a Racling with nothing in its hands can drop down to all fours and scamper at 30′.
Stealth: Raclings are naturally adept at sneaking around. They gain a +7 bonus to hiding in shadows and sneaking.

And other OSR compatible games.

More to come on these furry little guys. Possibly a full on class. Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you. Game on!

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Author: Jeff Craigmile

I'm a tabletop role-playing game writer and designer from Des Moines, Iowa always looking for more work. I'm the father of four boys and human to three cats.

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