The Stout Folk are well known for their artisanship and the worth of their handiworks, and you have been trained in that ancient tradition. For years you labored under a dwarf master of the craft, enduring long hours. and dismissive, sour-tempered treatment in order to gain the fin e s kills you possess today.

You are most likely a dwarf, but not necessarily. If you aren’t a dwarf, however, you have taken a solemn oath never to take on an apprentice in the craft; it is not for nondwarves to pass on the skills of those that live in the Mror Holds. You would have no difficulty, however, finding a dwarf master who was willing to receive potential apprentices who came with your recommendation.

Skill Proficiencies: History, Insight
Tool Proficiencies: One type of artisan’s tools
Languages: One of your choice
Equipment: A set of artisan’s tools with which you are proficient, a maker’s mark chisel used to mark your handiwork with the symbol of the clan of crafters you learned your skill from, a set of traveler’s clothes, and a pouch containing 5 gp and a gem worth 10 gp

Feature: Respect of the Stout Folk

Clan crafters are among the most ordinary people in the world–until they set down their tools and take up an adventuring career. They understand the value of hard work and the importance of community, but they’re vulnerable to sins of greed and covetousness.

Suggested Characteristics

Clan crafters are among the most ordinary people in the world–until they set down their tools and take up an adventuring career. They understand the value of hard work and the importance of community, but they’re vulnerable to sins of greed and covetousness.

Feature: Respect of the Makers

In Eberron, this background can also be used by humans who work with or for House Cannith. The same feature as Respect of the Stout Folk applies but to the makers of House Cannith.


Backgrounds - Clan Crafter

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