The typical aasimar includes the features like…hair which shines as the metal, jewel toned eyes, lustrous skin color or even the glowing and the golden halos too. It is said that the creatures are descendants of angels and arose due to the holy union of species. There are is a huge difference even among the members of same race. Aasimar 5e Description: The creature is known to bear celestial touch due to amazing physical features. It is quite similar to appearance with humans and other plane touched characters. It has pale white eyes devoid of pupils and adorns gray or golden colors.

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Edit Aasimar bore the mark of their celestial touch through many different physical features that often varied from individual to individual. Most commonly, aasimar were very similar to humans, like tieflings and other planetouched. Nearly all aasimar were uncommonly beautiful and still, and they were often significantly taller than humans as well. Most aasimar had pupil-less pale white, gray, or golden eyes and silver hair, but those descended from planetars could also have emerald skin, while those descended from avoral celestials might have feathers mixed in with their hair.

Those descended from ghaeles often had pearly opalescent eyes. Solar -descended aasimars often had brilliant topaz eyes instead or silvery or golden skin and those with couatl or lillend lineage most commonly had small, iridescent scales. As in tieflings, aasimar bloodlines could sometimes run dormant for generations, reemerging after being hidden for some time.

Aasimar were also quite perceptive, noticing things that others did not, and many could see largely unimpeded in perfect darkness, while also possessing the ability to cast magical light to aid those who could not see. Aasimar were also, like many of their celestial forebears, resistant to the effects of acidic elements, extreme cold, or electrical charges. Even those raised by understanding parents could not escape their strangeness, or the curiosity or even fear that their unique nature sometimes provoked.

Many aasimar even suffered prejudice, something that deeply hurt the soul of the aasimar in question since most had an inherent bent towards empathy for others.

Some aasimar fell into the trap of evil, corrupted perhaps by experience or the counsel and aid of an evil god. Shar and Sseth in particular took pleasure in corrupting aasimar and turning them from the ways of their celestial forebears, nursing grudges fueled by the prejudice of others. Most aasimar avoided this path, however, and a few even received direct counsel from their celestial ancestor or a creature in its service. These individuals were the aasimar most likely to manifest the stereotypical virtues of a celestial.

Aasimar could live for the whole of their life without ever meeting another of their kind and, as such, were resigned to living amongst other races. As a result, not many aasimar met others of their kind, though such meetings were more common in Mulhorand , owing to the relatively larger number of aasimar there.

On the rare occasions where two aasimar did meet, they often felt a kind of kinship and unspoken understanding with one another. Most aasimar were likely to take the side of another instinctively, regardless of personal feeling and there was a strong bond between aasimar of all stripes.

A great many become paladins , most in the service of good, and the philosophy of lawful good paladins often resonated strongly with aasimar. Those descended from non-lawful outsiders, on the other hand, most often became clerics , though a few also became paladins. Many of these aasimar in particular often felt a strange bond to the animals whom their divine ancestor was a patron of.

Others, particularly those born outside of Mulhorand or its neighbors, often took on gods appropriate for the nation in which they lived. The human gods Lliira and Milil also had aasimar as servants. Many aasimar enjoyed the company of races as varied as half-elves or half-orcs , though very few aasimar got along well with tieflings, whom the celestial-descended race was instinctively wary of. Genasi were likewise alien to aasimar, who found the elemental race strange even by their own standards.

Of the other common races, aasimar had little overall opinion, since dwarves , elves , and the like had little history of persecuting aasimar but neither did they have a history of befriending them.

Drawn to Imaskar by powerful wizards , the Mulani slaves called upon their gods for aid. Just as the gods could initially appear only as avatars so did their celestial servitors initially require mortal bodies, resulting in the first devas.


Aasimar D&D 5th Edition (5E)

Create a Page Aasimar Aasimar bear within their souls the light of the heavens. They are descended from humans with a touch of the power of Mount Celestia, the divine realm of many lawful good deities. Aasimar are born to serve as champions of the gods, their births hailed as blessed events. They are a people of otherworldly visages, with luminous features that reveal their celestial heritage. An aasimar, except for one who has turned to evil, has a link to an angelic being. That being — usually a deva — provides guidance to the aasimar, though this connection functions only in dreams.

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While some looked like normal humans , most retained physical characteristics derived from their ancestor, with the most common such features being horns, prehensile tails, and pointed teeth. Some tieflings also had eyes that were solid orbs of black, red, white, silver, or gold, while others had eyes more similar to those of humans. Tiefling skin was usually human-like in color, though extending past normal human colors into reddish hues as well. Tiefling hair was also often the same color as human hair, though dark blue, red, or purple were common shades amongst the race.

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