|A warforged being created, from Races of Eberron|
|Distinctions|| Comprised of stone, metal and wood; physically powerful; come in multiple |
sizes and designs; inscriptions on forehead (called a ghulra)
|Avg. Height||6'0" - 6'6"|
|Avg. Weight||270 - 300 lbs.|
|Homeland(s)|| Aundair; Breland; Karrnath;|
The Mournland; Thrane
|3rd edition rules|
|Creature Type||Construct (living construct)|
|Advancement||By character class|
|Ability Modifiers|| +2 Constitution, -2 Wisdom,|
|Source|| Eberron Campaign Setting, pg. 20-24;|
Races of Eberron, pg. 7-9
|4th edition rules|
|Creature Type||Natural humanoid (living construct)|
|Ability Modifiers|| +2 Constitution, +2 Intelligence|
or +2 Strength
|Skill Modifiers||+2 Endurance, +2 Intimidate|
|Source||Eberron Player's Guide, pg. 32-33|
With the signing of the Treaty of Thronehold they have been recognized as sentient beings and given freedom. Ever since then they try to fit in into a world that apparently has no further use for them.
They do not need to eat, sleep or breathe, though they can benefit from the effects of magic food and potions. All Creation Forges have been destroyed since the treaty except two, one used in Sharn by Merrix d'Cannith, and the other by the The Lord of Blades in the Mournland. They were also used (Solus) in the Forge of the Mind Slayers by Tim Waggoner.
Personality:The warforged were made to fight in the Last War, and they continue to fulfill their purpose with distinction. Now that the war has ended the warforged try to adapt to the relative era of peace. The warforged have a range of personalities equal to those of other sentient beings, but most regard humans and other "breathers" with disdain. Most of (or all of) the warforged who live in the Mournland with The Lord of Blades have a deep hatred toward all living beings that are not warforged, because of being created for a purpose then getting cast away once that purpose was over.
Newborn warforged come fully formed from Creation Forges at birth, with rudimentary language and instinctual knowledge of movement. Over the first few months they are extremely adaptable and able to learn new skills, just like children of other races. It is during this period that the majority of warforged were trained by House Cannith in the art of warfare.
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