Wild Child

You'd prefer if you never had to wear shoes and could spend all day and night under the open sky of the canopy of trees. You love animals and never seem to be able to keep your clothes clean.

Skill Proficiencies: Animal Handling, Nature
Tool Proficiency: Select two of the following: Cartographers' Tools, Herbalism Tools, Leatherworker’s Tools, Navigators' Tools, Poisoners' Tools, Biologists' Tools, Cosmologists' Tools, Excavation Tools, Geologists' Tools, Automobiles, Motorboats, or Motorcycles
Languages: None
Equipment: A common wardrobe (with grass-stains, smudges, and rips), two explorer's outfits, a smart phone, any two toolkits, a small item of possibly faerie origin, a collection of natural things most other people want nothing to do with.

Feature: At Home in the Wild


You have a deep respect for and understanding of nature. You have a knack for remembering your way in the wild and you can always recall the general layout of the natural terrain around you. In addition, you can find food and fresh water for yourself and up to five other people each day, provided that the land offers berries, small game, water, and such.

Suggested Characteristics


Wild Children may not be quite feral, but they do love the outdoors and all the wonders nature offers.

d8 Personality Trait
1 I form emotional bonds with other peoples pets. They don't always like that.
2 I sleep better under the stars than a roof.
3 I tend to give pet owners tips about how best to care for their animals.
4 I had a wild animal that I kept as a pet when I was young, but he escaped and I wonder where he is today.
5 I see many life lessons in nature and I like to share them to help others.
6 I'm much more comfortable around animals than I am people.
7 I have a tendency to leave doors open behind me and to leave windows raised during storms.
8 I sometimes forget to get dressed before leaving my room.
d6 Ideal
1 Purpose. Every creature has a place in the world, so I try to help others find theirs. (Good)
2 Advocate. Threats to nature must be dealt with through the law. (Law)
3 Environmentalist. The natural world is intrinsically more valuable than all the things mankind has made. (Neutral)
4 Trekker. I want to escape the civilized world and revel in everything nature has to offer. (Chaos)
5 Seasonal. Just like in nature, life is seasonal. Tomorrow shouldn't look like today. (Chaotic)
6 Preservation. Nature shouldn't be disturbed by humanity. (Any)
d6 Bond
1 My family thinks I'm odd, but they accept me anyway.
2 I have a collection of animals who live nearby that I call by name and consider friends.
3 I get very sad when I go to the zoo or circus. One day I'm going to snap and sett all those animals free.
4 My love of nature came from my grandmother who used to walk with me by the brook and tell me stories she made up about the faeries who lived there. At least, I think she made them up. But sometimes I wonder.
5 I have very deep feelings for someone but I have trouble labeling our relationship because I don't want to be a conformist.
6 If animals don't like you then there's something you're hiding.
d6 Flaw
1 I talk to animals because they're incredibly good listeners.
2 I judge people based on how they treat animals.
3 I strongly dislike being indoors on a pretty day and require multiple, strong reminders to come inside.
4 I am very protective of nature, and can be quite verbal and even hostile when it's threatened.
5 I'm unaccustomed to societal expectations and often blunder social situations.
6 I throw caution to the wind and dive into situations with wild abandon.
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