Overview Of vizier background dnd
In this vizier background 5e, you’re a vizier and also a servant of your god. You do perform the tasks which are essential for facilitating the initiates journey, that’s why the gods reward you with an entry into the afterlife with the God-Pharaoh’s blessing. Basically, you wish to achieve the most honored status in an afterlife by being the best possible servant for your god.
Ordinarily, as a vizier background 5e, you have a chance to have any class, but you’re especially likely to be a cleric, a druid (specifically if you serve Rhonas), or else a paladin.
- Skills: History, Religion
- Tool Proficiencies: One type of artisan’s tools 5e, one type of musical instrument
- Equipment: A set of artisan’s tools or a musical instrument (one of your choice), a scroll of your god’s teachings, a vizier’s cartouche, a set of fine clothes, and a pouch containing 25 gp
You might also need to get shade 5e background.
Basically, this dnd 5e vizier background’s characteristics strongly reflect the ideals and also the personality of the god which they do serve.
|Options For Vizier
|Everything I do, I do gracefully and deliberately, and with complete confidence. (Oketra)
|Nothing can shake my rock-hard focus. (Oketra)
|When I am at peace, I am an oasis of perfect calm in the world. When I am roused to anger, I am an embodiment of terror. (Kefnet)
|I enjoy teasing acolytes and initiates with juicy tidbits of knowledge wrapped up in fiendishly difficult puzzles. (Kefnet)
|I have the utmost faith in myself and my abilities. (Rhonas)
|I get restless when life in the city feels too tame, too safe. (Rhonas)
|I enjoy solitude as an opportunity to plan my victory. (Bontu)
|I use satire as a way to undermine the teachings of the other gods. (Bontu)
|I love, fight, and feast with equal zeal. (Hazoret)
|I think of those in my care as my family, in a way that most people have trouble understanding. (Hazoret)
|Options For Flaws
|I am in love with an initiate, and I want to shield this person from death in the trials.
|I secretly wish I had not been chosen as a vizier, so I could participate in the trials as an initiate.
|I secretly question whether the gods care at all about us or what we do.
|A vizier of another god seeks my death in retribution for a past insult.
|I am terrified of what lies beyond the Gate to the Afterlife.
|I secretly believe the God-Pharaoh's return will not bring blessing to this world.
|Options For Ideals
|Solidarity: The worthy must respect the worthy. In the afterlife, all will be united in goal and action. (Oketra)
|Knowledge: The worthy shall cultivate a nimble mind, so as to perceive the wonders beyond imagination that wait in the afterlife. (Kefnet)
|Strength: The worthy shall hone a strong body that can withstand the boundless energies of the afterlife. (Rhonas)
|Ambition: The worthy shall strive for greatness, for supremacy in life leads to supremacy in the afterlife. (Bontu)
|Zeal: The worthy shall rush to the God-Pharaoh's side with relentless passion, rising to overcome every obstacle in their way. (Hazoret)
|Naktamun: The life of the city is ordered according to the plan of the God-Pharaoh, and that order must be preserved at all costs.
|Options For Bonds
|My loyalty to my companions embodies the ideal of loyalty to my god. (Oketra)
|The teachings of my god are more precious to me than any possession. (Kefnet)
|I would do anything to defend the temple of my god from any harm or desecration. (Rhonas)
|I am committed to the service of my god — because it's my sure ticket into the afterlife. (Bontu)
|I love my god and never want my service to end. (Hazoret)
|I have a close friend or lover who is also a vizier.
Feature: Voice of Authority
In this d&d vizier background your voice is the voice of your god but at least in theory. Al though, your job might includes training and also instructing the initiates and also they’re required to obey you. So, in any circumstance, an actual initiate has been expected to defer to your voice and also obey your commands. Whenever, if you abuse this authority, though, your god might be punish you personally.