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Pirate DnD 5E Background

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Hello adventurers! Are you curious about the pirate background of 5e? This article will answer all your questions. Today we will be looking at pirate dnd5e background. This is my favorite background in the player’s guide. It is also a bit different from many of the backgrounds in the handbook. It is an interesting list. If you haven’t checked out all our backgrounds yet, you can visit our official page. Let’s get to the bottom of this pirate story by checking its description.

Description

For many years, you’ve been sailing on a seagoing boat. You have experienced the great storms, the monsters of the deep, and those who want to sink into your craft for the endless depths. Your first love may be a distant line on the horizon, but you are certain that it is time to explore something new.

With your DM, you discuss the nature of a ship you have sailed before. These are the questions.

It was a merchant vessel, a navy vessel, a ship or discovery ship, or a pirate boat. Is it famous or infamous? It is it well-traveled? Are you able to see it sailing?

Which of the following were your duties aboard – boatwain or captain, navigator, cook or another position? What were the first mate and captain? Are you on the run or in good terms with your crew?

  • Skill Proficiencies – Perception, Athletics
  • Tool Proficiencies –Navigator’s tools, vehicles (water),
  • Languages None
  • Equipment: A set of common clothes and a belt pouch with 10 gp.

Feature: Ship’s Passage

You can easily get free passage on a sailing vessel for yourself or your adventuring companions whenever you feel the need. You can sail on any ship you’ve been on or on another ship you know well (probably one that was captained by an ex-colleague).

You can’t be specific about a route or schedule that meets your needs just because you’re calling in favor. Your DM will determine the time it takes to get you where you want to go. You and your companions will be expected to assist the crew on the voyage in return for your free passage.

Variant Feature: Pirate

You have spent your entire youth living under the sway of a dread Pirate, often a brutal cutthroat who taught you how to survive in the world full of sharks and savages. You’ve been a thief on high seas, and you have sent many a soul to the briny grave. Fear and bloodshed are not unfamiliar to you. You’re also known for having a rather unsavory reputation in many ports.

Alternative: Bad Reputation

Let’s say your character is a pirate. You might choose this background feature over the Ship’s Passage. No matter where you go, people will be afraid of you due to your reputation. If you’re in a civilized settlement, you can get away with minor crimes like refusing to pay at the tavern, or breaking down doors at local shops. Most people won’t report you to the authorities.

Suggested Characteristics

Pirate Personality Traits 5e

d8 Personality traits
1 My friends know that they can count on me no matter what.
2 I work hard to be able to play when I’m done with work.
3 I love sailing to new ports and meeting new people over a pint of ale.
4 I distort the truth to tell a good story.
5 A tavern brawl to me is a great way to get to know another city.
6 A friendly bet is always a good idea.
7 My language is as bad as an otyugh nest.
8 I enjoy a well-done job, especially when I can convince another person to do it.

DnD Pirate Background Ideals

d6 Ideal
1 Respect: Mutual respect between crew and captain is what keeps a ship together. (Good)
2 Fairness: All of us do the work and share the rewards. (Lawful)
3 Freedom: The sea represents freedom, the freedom to travel anywhere and do whatever you want. (Chaotic)
4 Mastery: I am a predator and other ships are my prey. (Evil)
5 People: I am committed to my crewmates and not to ideals. (Neutral)
6 Aspiration: One day I will own my ship and chart my destiny. (Any)

Bond

d6 Bond
1 I am loyal to my captain first and everything else second.
2 The most important thing about a ship is its crewmates and captains.
3 My first ship will always be with me.
4 A harbor town has a paramour who nearly took me from the sea.
5 I was cheated of my fair share of profits and I want my due.
6 My captain and crewmates were murdered by ruthless pirates, who plundered my ship and left me to die. My revenge will be exact.

Flaw

d6 Flaw
1 I will follow orders even if they are wrong.
2 To avoid extra work, I will say whatever it takes.
3 No matter how difficult the situation, I will never give up if someone doubts my courage.
4 It’s difficult for me to quit drinking once I have started.
5 I cannot help but keep any coins or trinkets that I find in my pocket.
6 My pride is likely to lead me to my demise.
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