In this case the sea would rages with a fury of a god. Of course a half-orc sailor shall struggle in order to put his small ship from being torn asunder by a crashing waves and also howling winds. Probably his companion-a human wizard—waits in a ship’s tiny cabin, which is frozen with the terror. So in that case with most of his friend’s life on line and the sailor, may carefully ties a bowline knot and also remembers some of his father words: “Always check your knot twice, son.” 🙂
With all that out of the way! with this pirate background, your character shall be the master of high seas/oceans. Of course not only would you know how to sail the ship, but mainly you’ll have a salty swagger of the veteran sailor. So it always will be up to you only for deciding about how you learned this actual trade technique.
But maybe you’re a common employed there on a merchant’s ship, or you were raised by pirates. So in that way you might have gotten this experience. Either way, you shall know how to use the compass and also the fight sharks.
By sailing the high seas you have spend a good portion of your precious life. However you were not a sailor of good repute and you were the d&d pirate background 5e. Of course you raided the port towns and also you plundered ships.
- Skills Proficiencies: In Intimidation and also deception you have gained proficiency
- Tool Proficiencies: with navigators tool’s, and also with the water vehicles you will get proficiency
- Languages: Thieves cant language you knew and also one other language of your choice.
- Equipment: a flask, grappling hook and also a rapier. These equipments you have.
Place In The Crew:
Everyone in the crew has so many responsibilities and also has a specific job. You can observe the below table.
|D6||Place In The Crew|
|1||Captain, you are the master of the ship. Your word is your bond, and is as good as law.|
|2||First mate. You are used to being the second in command. You are the eyes, ears, and mouth of the captain. Loyalty is the most important thing to you.|
|3||Boarding party. You are the tip of the spear, you specialise in close combat and creating fear in your enemies.|
|4||Slave. You come from a low place in the world, doing all of the cleaning and maintenance on board the ship. Nobody knows all the crooks and crannies of a ship like you do.|
|5||Cook. A hungry crew is a useless crew. You are a master at creating ship food seem edible|
|6||Ambassador. Every ship needs someone who can go on land or aboard other ships and be the public face of the crew. Someone who can look and seem trustworthy and law abiding, that is you. You are a silver tongued con-man|
Feature: No honour.
From the dark and the seedy background you have come i.e, from where everyone is trying to get the upper hand on everyone else. As like you have learned to read people and also to see the true intentions behind of their words and actions. Here you have an advantage on (Wisdom) insight checks. This advantage even other dnd backgrounds can not have.
Why your character would have been turned to piracy, you should think about it. And also their position like what their position in the crew which means for how they interact out in the world. A captain always would act almost like a nobleman in the entire world expecting the respect and also reverence versus a slave those who would likely choice to be the unseen whenever possible. Would you also like to visit our charlatan background 5e too then make sure to click on the link.
|d8||Options For Personality Traits|
|1||I always have a plan for what to do when things go wrong.|
|2||I am incredibly slow to trust, those who seem fairest often have to most to hide.|
|3||I don’t pay attention to the risks, never tell me the odds.|
|4||I am always calm, no after the situation. I never raise my voice or let my emotions control me.|
|5||My freinds know they can rely on me, no matter what.|
|6||I stretch the truth for the sake of a good story.|
|7||To me a tavern brawl is a nice way to get to know a new city.|
|8||I enjoy sailing into new ports and making new friends over a flagon of ale.|
|d6||Options For Flaws|
|1||An innocent person is in prison for a crime that I committed, I’m ok with that.|
|2||If there’s a plan ill forget it. If I don’t forget it, i will ignore it.|
|3||When i see something valuable i cant think about anything but how to steal it.|
|4||Once someone questions my courage i never back down, no matter how dangerous the situation.|
|5||I cant help but to pocket loose coins and other trinkets that i come across.|
|6||My pride will probably lead to my destruction.|
|d6||Options For Ideal|
|1||Honour. I don’t steal from others in the trade. (Lawful)|
|2||Charity. I steal from the wealthy to help those in need. (Good)|
|3||Greed. I will do whatever it takes to become wealthy. (Evil)|
|4||Freedom. The sea is freedom, the freedom to go anywhere and do anything. (Chaotic)|
|5||Mastery. I am a predator and the other ships are my prey. (Evil)|
|6||People. I’m committed to my crewmates not ideals. (Neutral)|
|d6||Options For Bond|
|1||I’m loyal to my captain first everything else second.|
|2||The ship is most important, crewmates and captains come and go.|
|3||In a harbour town i have a paramour whose eyes nearly stole me from the sea.|
|4||Something important was taken from me. I aim to get it back.|
|5||I will become the greatest pirate who ever lived.|
|6||Someone i loved died because of a mistake that i made. That will never happen again.|
This pirate background 5e can be found on the page number 139 of the Player’s Handbook. You can do check it out guys. If you have any queries to ask us about this dnd background then feel free to put your comment down beneath in the comments section and we will try to reply as soon as we got the answer to your concerns of this topic.