Silverquill Student 5E Background

Being a dnd 5e silverquill student background you already had spent so many years of practicing your writing and also the oration within the hope to becoming the student of the Silverquill College. However your studies mainly focus on the languages, literature, and the power of words, both the magical and otherwise. Although the metaphorical power of your usage words in order to illuminate or even to be conceal has been joined with some of the literal ability of the magic in order to do the same in your academic pursuits though.

  • Skill Proficiencies: Intimidation, Persuasion
  • Languages: Two of your choice
  • Equipment: A bottle of black ink, an ink pen, a book of poetry, a school uniform, and a pouch containing 15 gp.

Feature

Silverquill Initiate

Here you would gain the Strixhaven Initiate feat and also the must choose Silverquill within it. In addition to that, if you have already been spellcasting the or else pact magic feature, the spells almost all are on the Silverquill Spells table are added to this spell list of your spellcasting class. (Suppose, if you’re the multiclass character with the multiple spell lists, then these spells are added to all of them.) Also check this article called climbing kit 5e.

Silverquill Spells 
Spell LevelSpells
1stDissonant Whispers, Silvery Barbs
2ndCalm Emotions, Darkness
3rdBeacon of Hope, Daylight
4thCompulsion, Confusion
5thDominate Person, Rary's Telepathic Bond

Just consider to be customizing how all of your selected spells are look whenever you could cast them. Even though your Silverquill spells might have been accompanied by the visual effects those are resembling splotches of an ink or else radiating ripples of golden light. Any of the auditory effects of your spells frequently sounds like amplified echoes of your regular voice speaking the spells’ verbal components-even amid the crash of lightning or a fiery eruption.

Building a Silverquill Character

Many of the bards are found a specific home in the Silverquill, in putting the power of their voices in order to use with the Silverquill magic. Of course the Wizards (mainly those who study the Schools of Illusion and Enchantment) are commonly in the Silverquill, as are Warlocks. Clerics with the Divine Domains of Light and Trickery also fit in well among the mages of Silverquill.

So many of both the Paladins and Rogues are attend Silverquill College as well, highlighting the diversity of the student body.

Suggested Characteristics

The suggested characteristics of Silverquill Student background 5e are defined as follows: With the different colleges intense standards looming over to them, the Silverquill students are frequently range from the cocky and cutthroat for overwhelmed perfectionists and of course the Silverquill Personality Traits table are suggesting a variety of traits that you might adopt for your character.

Personality Trait

d6Personality Trait
1I'll say whatever I need to in order to maintain my high social status.
2I prefer saying the blunt truth over a pretty lie, and I don't particularly care whose feelings I hurt.
3I believe that uplifting my peers is the best way to succeed.
4I've mastered the art of using humor as a defense, and I always have a charming joke ready.
5I always wait before speaking, analyzing the situation for whichever angle is most advantageous to my goals.
6No one knows about the all-nighters I've pulled to keep my magic looking effortless, and I'm going to keep it that way.

Silverquill Trinkets: Whenever you make your character, at that specific time you may roll once on the Silverquill Trinkets table, Instead of on the Trinkets table in the Player’s Handbook, for your starting trinket.

Silverquill Trinkets

d6Trinket
1A black leather notebook filled with half-finished poems
2A set of flashcards detailing different colloquialisms and their meanings
3A canteen that makes any liquid drunk from it taste sweet
4A forged permission slip granting access to the special archives of Strixhaven's libraries
5A stylish silver pin that references a famous series of novels about warlocks
6A stack of small pieces of parchment, each enchanted to stick to whatever surface it's pressed against and peel off easily

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