Gambler DnD 5E Background

As a dnd 5e gambler background all you have to make many more gold is a little gold. But except at such times whenever all you need to have nothing in your hand in the form of gold at all is a little gold. But whether you’re one of a good gambler or even a bad one too rarely matters, just because no one could divine the whims of a lady luck. Al though sometimes you’re almost up, but in some cases you’re down too. But here the thing is about gambling is that someone is always willing to take a bet.

Skill Proficiencies: Deception, Insight
Tool Proficiencies: One gaming set
Languages: Any one of your choice
Equipment: One gaming set, a lucky charm, a set of fine clothes, and a belt pouch containing 15 gp.

Feature: Never Tell Me the Odds

Here the odds and the probability are just like your bread and butter. Of course during the downtime activities which involve some games of chance or even figuring odds on the best plan, you could also get a solid sense of which choice is most likely to the best one and also which opportunities seem too good to be true, at the DM’s determination. Also see anthropologist background 5e.

Suggested Characteristics

Some of the gamble out of the necessity. Of course the others do so out of their boredom. But still the others are become addicted to the thrill of winning or else losing everything on a turn of fortune. But for some of the reasons, the gambling is less a matter of the chance and also more a matter of seeking for each and every advantage in order to ensure an outcome. Here the best gamblers could lose everything, and also the worst gamblers sometimes win too. But regardless of that, you can always being tell to the gamblers by the look in their eyes. Lady Luck haunts them.

Personality Trait

d8Personality Trait
1I plan for every contingency. Leave nothing to chance!
2Every copper wants to be a silver. Each bet is an opportunity.
3I'm one of Lady Luck's favored. Anything I try is destined to succeed.
4I've lost so much to gambling that I refuse to spend money on anything anymore.
5Nothing is certain. Planning is a coward's act.
6I can't be sure who I've swindled, cheated, or defeated, so I keep a low profile in public.
7The perfect bet is out there somewhere. I just have to keep my eyes open.
8I have beaten my addiction, but all it takes is one weak moment and I'll be back at the card table.


1Knowledge. Knowledge is power, and knowing which horse to back is the key to success. (Any)
2Fate. Whatever happens is fated, regardless of any planning or striving. (Lawful)
3Bravery. If you want to succeed, you have to take risks. (Chaotic)
4Survival. You can't win if you're dead. Live to fight another day - when the odds might be more in your favor. (Any)
5Reliability. When I was in need, I was able to rely on others. Now I want to be the one others rely on. (Good)
6Victory. Winning is the real measure of a person. In the end, the only thing that matters is the scoreboard. (Evil)


1One person in particular owes me a lot of money, and I need to keep them alive if I want to be repaid.
2I'm loyal to the friend or family member who taught me how to gamble.
3The person who saved me from my gambling addiction is the only reason I'm alive today.
4A patron once fronted me money in exchange for a percentage of my winnings. I owe them a debt of gratitude. And a lot of cash.
5A criminal syndicate I once played for isn't happy I left the game, and its enforcers are looking for me.
6Urchins once helped me find marks for my games. Now I'm driven to help them escape the streets.


1I don't know when to quit. Especially when everyone else is telling me to.
2I save my sympathy for my friends, and I have no friends.
3You think we're in trouble now? Let me tell you how bad things are likely to get!
4You can loan me a little, right? I've got a sure thing. I'll double your money, guaranteed.
5I was once a terribly flawed person, like you. Let me tell you how you can save yourself.
6I'm a great gambler. I'm just bad at math and logic.

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