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Vanaras are a race of intelligent anthro monkeys with magical powers originating from Hindu mythology – in fact, two important Hindu hero-deities were vanara: Angada helped Rama to find his wife Sita, whilst Hanuman was instrumental in the epic Ramayana.

In /tg/ circles, vanaras are mostly known as one of the many playable races in Pathfinder , originating from their Asiatic kitchen-sink areas in Golarion . What more old-school fans will remember, however, is that Dungeons & Dragons did it first.

D&D[ edit ]

The D&D vanara appeared in the second Oriental Adventures (the 3e one), where they are described as looking like… well, humanoid monkeys; essentially if you took a large Indian Monkey, semiprehensile tail and all, and gave it the torso and limb proportions of a human. Mentally, they’re also very monkey-like; curious and bluntly honest, but at the same time incredibly loyal, quite brave, and genuinely kind.

Under the alignment system, they are described as being strongly chaotic and equally strongly good; they show little if any respect for social mores, rules with no purpose they can understand, or codes of discipline, but they hate tyranny and oppression as well all other forms of evil. They can force themselves to tolerate caste systems, but they are never truly accepting of them; different gifts may be given to different people, but valuing those gifts differently is an idea to reject, by their personal philosophy.

+2 Intelligence, +2 Wisdom, -2 Strength
Medium
Base speed 30 feet
Climb speed 20 feet
+8 racial bonus on all climb checks, can always take 10 when climbing, can make an accelerated climb move at 30 feet per round and with only a single Climb check with a -5 penalty
Low-light vision
+4 racial bonus on Balance and Jump checks
+2 racial bonus on Hide & Move Silently checks
Favored Class: Shaman

Pathfinder[ edit ]

Actually, not much information is currently available about Pathfinder’s vanara. They come from the faux-India region of Vudra and are most common outside of that territory in Katapesh. There are also scattered colonies in Garund, the faux-Africa, but the presence of the savage, demon-worshiping apemen called the charau-ka kind of poses problems for would-be explorers.

Like their D&D and mythological ancestors, Pathfinder’s vanara are monkeys with the proportions of humans. Playful and goodly by nature, they also have a scholastic side, and do often become monks . In fact, they have their own monkly archetype, the Treetop Monk, who can use ki to boost its climbing speed, wield wooden weapons with greater efficiency, and spend ki to mimic a Freedom of Movement spell.

+2 Dexterity, +2 Wisdom, -2 Charisma
Humanoid (Vanara)
Medium
Base speed 30 feet
Climb speed 30 feet
Low-light vision
Nimble: +2 racial bonus on Acrobatics and Stealth checks
Prehensile Tail: Can be used to retrieve a small, stowed object carried on the vanara’s person as a swift action, but cannot be used to wield a weapon.

Alternate Racial Traits:

Tree Stranger: Lose Climb speed, treat all Knowledge skills as class skills.
Whitecape: Lose Prehensile Tail, gain a +4 racial bonus to CMD when resisting a bull rush or a trip.

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  • Vanara Female.png

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      Vanara (8 RP)

      Contents

        • Random Vanara Starting Ages
        • Random Vanara Height and Weight
      • Standard Racial Traits
      • Alternate Racial Traits
      • Favored Class Options
      • Racial Archetype
      • Racial Feats

      Random Vanara Starting Ages

      AdulthoodIntuitive1Self-Taught2Trained3
      14 years+1d4 years
      (15 – 18 years)
      +1d6 years
      (15 – 20 years)
      +2d6 years
      (16 – 26 years)

      1 This category includes barbarians, oracles, rogues, and sorcerers.
      2 This category includes bards, cavaliers, fighters, gunslingers, paladins, rangers, summoners, and witches.
      3 This category includes alchemists, clerics, druids, inquisitors, magi, monks, and wizards.

      Random Vanara Height and Weight

      GenderBase HeightHeight ModifierBase WeightWeight Modifier
      Male4 ft. 8 in.+2d8 in.105 lbs.+(2d8×5 lbs.)
      (115 – 185 lbs.)
      Female4 ft. 2 in.+2d8 in.90 lbs.+(2d8×5 lbs.)
      (100 – 170 lbs.)

      Table: Race Point Costs
      Racial TraitsRace Point Cost
      TypeHumanoid (vanara)0
      SizeMedium0
      Base SpeedNormal0
      Ability Score ModifiersStandard (+2 Dex, +2 Wis, –2 Cha)0
      LanguagesStandard0
      Skill BonusAcrobatics2
      Skill BonusStealth2
      Misc.Climb1
      SensesLow-light vision1
      Misc.Prehensile tail2
      Total8

      Vanaras are intelligent, monkeylike humanoids that live in deep, warm forests and lush jungles. A vanara’s body is covered in a thin coat of soft fur, and individuals with chestnut, ivory, and even golden coats are common. Despite their fur, vanaras can grow lengthy hair on their head just as humans can, and both male and female vanaras take pains to wear elaborate hairstyles for important social functions. The hair on a vanara’s head matches the color of its fur. All vanaras have long, prehensile tails and handlike feet capable of well-articulated movements. A vanara stands slightly shorter and weighs slightly less than a typical human .

      Standard Racial Traits

      • Ability Score Racial Traits: Vanaras are agile and insightful, but are also rather mischievous. They gain +2 Dexterity , +2 Wisdom , and –2 Charisma .
      • Type: Vanaras are humanoids with the vanara subtype.
      • Size: Vanaras are Medium creatures and thus have no bonuses or penalties due to their size.
      • Speed: Vanaras have a base speed of 30 feet and a climb speed of 20 feet.
      • Languages: Vanaras begin play speaking Common and Vanaran. Vanaras with high Intelligence scores can choose from the following: Aklo, Celestial, Elven, Gnome, Goblin, and Sylvan. See the Linguistics skill page for more information about these languages.

      Feat and Skill Racial Traits

      • Nimble: Vanaras have a +2 racial bonus on Acrobatics and Stealth checks.

      Senses Racial Traits

      • Low-Light Vision: A vanara can see twice as far as a human in dim light.

      Other Racial Traits

      • Prehensile Tail: A vanara has a long, flexible tail that she can use to carry objects. She cannot wield weapons with her tail, but the tail allows her to retrieve a small, stowed object carried on her person as a swift action .

      Alternate Racial Traits

      The following alternate racial traits may be selected in place of one or more of the standard racial traits above. Consult your GM before selecting any of these new options.

      • Risky Troublemaker: Some vanaras can choose to roll twice on Use Magic Device checks. If they do, they take the higher result unless either die roll is a natural 1, in which case the check automatically fails. This racial trait replaces prehensile tail. Source PZO9280
      • Tree Stranger: Some vanaras have spent their lives among humans in centers of learning instead of traditional treetop homes. These vanaras treat all Knowledge skills as class skills, but lose their climb speed racial trait.
      • Whitecape: The rare whitecape vanara clans have more in common with savanna-dwelling baboons than the jungle-dwelling monkeys that most vanaras resemble. Their stooping build grants them a +4 racial bonus to CMD when resisting a bull rush or trip . These vanaras usually have a thick mane of hair on the head and shoulders (called a “cape”) and shorter tails. This racial trait replaces prehensile tail.

      Favored Class Options

      The following favored class options are available to all characters of this race who have the listed favored class, and unless otherwise stated, the bonus applies each time you select the favored class reward.

      • Alchemist: Add +1/2 to the alchemist’s bomb damage.
      • Druid: Add a +1/2 bonus on wild empathy checks and a +1/2 bonus on Handle Animal skill checks.
      • Fighter: Add +1 to the Fighter’s CMD when resisting a reposition or trip attempt.
      • Monk: Add a +1 bonus on Acrobatics checks made to jump.
      • Ranger: Add +1/4 dodge bonus to Armor Class against the ranger’s favored enemies .
      • Rogue: The rogue gains 1/6 of a new rogue talent .

      Racial Archetype

      The following racial archetype is available to vanaras:

      Racial Feats

      The following feats are available to a vanara character who meets the prerequisites.

      • Tree Hanger
      Section 15: Copyright Notice

      Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Advanced Race Guide © 2012, Paizo Publishing, LLC; Authors: Dennis Baker, Jesse Benner, Benjamin Bruck, Jason Bulmahn, Adam Daigle, Jim Groves, Tim Hitchcock, Hal MacLean, Jason Nelson, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, Owen K.C. Stephens, Todd Stewart, and Russ Taylor.


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      Vanara

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      Twenty-sided die.png This article related to Dungeons & Dragons is a stub. You can help 1d4chan by expanding it

      Vanaras are a race of intelligent anthro monkeys with magical powers originating from Hindu mythology – in fact, two important Hindu hero-deities were vanara: Angada helped Rama to find his wife Sita, whilst Hanuman was instrumental in the epic Ramayana.

      In /tg/ circles, vanaras are mostly known as one of the many playable races in Pathfinder , originating from their Asiatic kitchen-sink areas in Golarion . What more old-school fans will remember, however, is that Dungeons & Dragons did it first.

      D&D[ edit ]

      The D&D vanara appeared in the second Oriental Adventures (the 3e one), where they are described as looking like… well, humanoid monkeys; essentially if you took a large Indian Monkey, semiprehensile tail and all, and gave it the torso and limb proportions of a human. Mentally, they’re also very monkey-like; curious and bluntly honest, but at the same time incredibly loyal, quite brave, and genuinely kind.

      Under the alignment system, they are described as being strongly chaotic and equally strongly good; they show little if any respect for social mores, rules with no purpose they can understand, or codes of discipline, but they hate tyranny and oppression as well all other forms of evil. They can force themselves to tolerate caste systems, but they are never truly accepting of them; different gifts may be given to different people, but valuing those gifts differently is an idea to reject, by their personal philosophy.

      +2 Intelligence, +2 Wisdom, -2 Strength
      Medium
      Base speed 30 feet
      Climb speed 20 feet
      +8 racial bonus on all climb checks, can always take 10 when climbing, can make an accelerated climb move at 30 feet per round and with only a single Climb check with a -5 penalty
      Low-light vision
      +4 racial bonus on Balance and Jump checks
      +2 racial bonus on Hide & Move Silently checks
      Favored Class: Shaman

      Pathfinder[ edit ]

      Actually, not much information is currently available about Pathfinder’s vanara. They come from the faux-India region of Vudra and are most common outside of that territory in Katapesh. There are also scattered colonies in Garund, the faux-Africa, but the presence of the savage, demon-worshiping apemen called the charau-ka kind of poses problems for would-be explorers.

      Like their D&D and mythological ancestors, Pathfinder’s vanara are monkeys with the proportions of humans. Playful and goodly by nature, they also have a scholastic side, and do often become monks . In fact, they have their own monkly archetype, the Treetop Monk, who can use ki to boost its climbing speed, wield wooden weapons with greater efficiency, and spend ki to mimic a Freedom of Movement spell.

      +2 Dexterity, +2 Wisdom, -2 Charisma
      Humanoid (Vanara)
      Medium
      Base speed 30 feet
      Climb speed 30 feet
      Low-light vision
      Nimble: +2 racial bonus on Acrobatics and Stealth checks
      Prehensile Tail: Can be used to retrieve a small, stowed object carried on the vanara’s person as a swift action, but cannot be used to wield a weapon.

      Alternate Racial Traits:

      Tree Stranger: Lose Climb speed, treat all Knowledge skills as class skills.
      Whitecape: Lose Prehensile Tail, gain a +4 racial bonus to CMD when resisting a bull rush or a trip.

      • Vanara.jpg

      • Vanara Monk.png

      • Vanara Female.png

      The Races of Pathfinder
      Player’s Handbook : Dwarf – Elf – Gnome – Half-Elf – Half-Orc – Halfling – Human
      Advanced
      Race Guide:
      Aasimar – Catfolk – Changeling – Dhampir – Duergar
      Drow – Fetchling – Gillman – Goblin – Grippli – Hobgoblin
      Ifrit – Kitsune – Kobold – Merfolk – Nagaji – Orc – Oread
      Ratfolk – Samsaran – Strix – Suli – Svirfneblin – Sylph
      Tengu – Tiefling – Undine – Vanara – Vishkanya – Wayang
      Bestiaries: Android – Astomoi – Caligni – Deep One Hybrid – Gathlain
      Gnoll – Kasatha – Munavri – Naiad – Orang-Pendak
      Reptoid – Rougarou – Shabti – Trox – Yaddithian
      Inner Sea
      Races:
      Ghoran – Monkey Goblin – Lashunta – Skinwalker
      Syrinx – Triaxian – Wyrwood – Wyvaran

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