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Humanoid Type[edit | edit source]

A humanoid usually has two arms, two legs, and one head, or a humanlike torso, arms, and a head. Humanoids have few or no supernatural or extraordinary abilities, but most can speak and usually have well-developed societies. They usually are Small or Medium. Every humanoid creature also has a subtype.

Humanoids with 1 Hit Die exchange the features of their humanoid Hit Die for the class features of a PC or NPC class. Humanoids of this sort are presented as 1st-level warriors, which means that they have average combat ability and poor saving throws.

Humanoids with more than 1 Hit Die are the only humanoids who make use of the features of the humanoid type.

Features[edit | edit source]

A humanoid has the following features (unless otherwise noted in a creature’s entry).

Traits[edit | edit source]

A humanoid possesses the following traits (unless otherwise noted in a creature’s entry).

Monsters with the Humanoid Type[edit | edit source]

Creature Entry CR Type and Subtypes Size

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?Challenge Rating ?Type ?Subtype ?Size format=template template=3.5e Monster Table Row link=none

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Humanoid Type Creatures[edit source]

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A

B

C

Humanoid (aquatic)[edit | edit source]

E

Humanoid (dwarf)[edit | edit source]

D

Humanoid (elf)[edit | edit source]

Humanoid (gnoll)[edit | edit source]

G

Humanoid (gnome)[edit | edit source]

G

Humanoid (goblinoid)[edit | edit source]

B

G

H

Humanoid (halfling)[edit | edit source]

H

Humanoid (human)[edit | edit source]

H

Humanoid (orc)[edit | edit source]

H

O

Humanoid (reptilian)[edit | edit source]

K

L

R

T



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