Kenku are a fictional race of bird-like, humanoid creatures in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. They have appeared in multiple editions in the. Benefit: You gain a +3 to attack rolls while flanking instead of +2, or you grant a + 3 bonus to attack rolls or skill checks when aiding another instead of the normal. So I signed up for D&Di to play with the character builder and noticed that Kenku is playable race. After reading a little bit about them online.
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After all this, feel like each race should have it’s own forum section, like classes do mods? They have yellow eyes in earlier editions,  or small black beady eyes in subsequent editions.
But death is a gentle mistress with a sweet embrace, and you owe her a debt of restitution. This is a roleplaying race. They’re from Monster Manual 2.
As written, there’s no mention of you needing to read it aloud, while it simply says “no components”, which would include Verbal and Somatic, not just Material. My player speaks normally, we just keep it in mind that it might be slightly unsettling to NPC’s. As mentioned in Volo’s, it’s important to include the meaning of the sounds in your description, as players will often have a heard time deciphering what you’re trying to say. They prized gold above all else and were capricious—and then, between cnd and 3rd edition, they were cursed.
In either Monster Manual 2 or 3 they are listed as a playable race. A Kenku cannot speak on its own, it can only mimic sounds it has heard. It seems like Kenku are mostly prevalent in cities so I’m wondering if there is a 4r area of the forgotten realms that they may be more likely to be found waterdeep?
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Kenku Lineage (4e Feat)
As in 3rd edition, here Kenku are official player races once again. What’s fun about it?
The kenku most recently appears in the fifth edition in the Monster Manual the Dungeon Master’s Guide and as a playable race in Volo’s Guide to Monsters. Join Date Jan Posts 2, Being of Ib – Kuru. They are presented as wingless, avian humanoids who were cursed by an ancient god, yearn for their lost flight and roam the world as dd and thieves.
Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Something does not work as expected? This page was last edited on 8 Decemberat They flock to urban environments where they form small, secretive communes, which often double as thieves guilds; robbery, mugging, assassination and blackmail are the bread-and-butter of the kenku flock, such as it is.
Kenku Lineage (4e Feat) – D&D Wiki
Adult kenkus remain with these groups for mutual protection dhd gain. When discussing a specific edition, include the edition in the title or select the appropriate link-flair.
July Learn how and when to remove this template message. As punishment, their wings, creativity and voices were taken away, making them a cursed race. Check out our Getting Started Guide!
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Posted By Morrus Friday, 28th December, They came in several flavors: They were updated to 2nd edition in the Monstrous Compendium Volume Two, and subsequently reprinted in the Monstrous Manual; they were basically identical to their Kenk Folio depiction, but more cut-down.
Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. Serving a master whose identity is now lost to their memory, the kenku coveted the glittering baubles of his household, and long to speak so that they could cajole and swindle others out of such treasures.
In these editions, Kenku clerics kkenku venerated Vecna.
Marukeru Kenku is not easy to rp. That said, I might be a little liberal with how a Kenku mimicry, as I’m interpreting them as being able to act like a sound module for a MIDI device. From fellow Kenku players, what recommendations might you have for class choice with the Kenku? Watch headings for an “edit” link when available. For more information about Wizards of the Coast or any of Wizards’ trademarks or other intellectual property, please visit their website at www.
They first appeared in the 3rd Monster Manual, and then received an “Ecology of the Kenku” article in Dragon Magazinewith a kenku-focused adventure appearing in Dungeon Magazine They do gain one of their signature abilities here though—the ability to perfectly mimic any familiar sounds, voices, and accents it can hear.