A pixie is a mythological creature that like every other myth has been used in many fantasy settings over the years. In traditional sources they are of Celtic origin, usually about the height of a finger. They can be nice, or bad, or just plain old mischievous. They are usually childlike, fond of dancing outdoors in groups and can resemble elves with their pointed ears and similar clothes. They are sometimes confused with fairies, but actually doing so in front of either a fairy or a pixie is a bad idea; hilariously, the two races are at odds or even at war on occasions! Yeah, seeing a bunch of pint size little fellas going at it won't scare you, so much as it would incline you towards placing bets on the winner.

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Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. New posts. Search forums. Log in. RPGnet stands with Black Americans in the fight for rights, safety, and justice. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. I asked him how the flight worked, and he said he couldn't go in to the specifics because of the NDA. His reply: Absolutely. In playtesting I did just that. Seroster Miw! Validated User. Cool I imagine pixies should be good for rogues or other Dex-based melee classes, right?

I mean, it just seems natural that they'll have a good Dex. Pixie Vampire is just kind of a no-brainer, but I'm actually kind of excited about Pixie Warden. Flight means they can mark up to 9 targets at a time.

Plus, anthropomorphic tiny flying bearman. Cave Bear New member Banned. I like the pixy warden idea. I think it would be cool to make it some sort of frost faerie of the winter court or something.

Take that winter transformation plus a bunch of cold themed powers and a couple of related feats and there you go! You know what makes everything better though? And what happened to my wings? And why am I a Frankenstein now? Some pixies I'd love to see in play:.

Crushgaunt Demigod of My Own Domain. I don't suppose we have any art for what we should expect from 4e pixies, do we? Crushgaunt said:. Acastus Retired User. Those pixies weird me out. What's with the bug-goat legs? Acastus said:. You must log in or register to reply here. Jessica Wardman, longtime forum member Snoopy, passed away last week.

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[4e] A Bit Of Pixie Info

This book contains exciting new character builds and options that are thematically rooted to the Feywild, a wild and verdant plane of arcane splendor, full of dangerous and whimsical creatures. Characters who trace their origins or backgrounds to the Feywild gain access to unique feats, powers, and mechanics. The book explores what makes fey-themed characters so fun and distinct. Player's Option: Heroes of the Feywild does a superb job of tying characters into the primal power and untapped magic of the Feywild. This extraplanar wilderness of deep forests and jagged mountains is largely unexplored for a reason, being inhabited by fierce beasts, vicious fey, and primal giants. In Heroes of the Feywild , players gain options for embracing the Feywild and using the world's bright reflection as a source of power. The Feywild takes the role as the traditional land of faerie, full of strange magic; fey lords and ladies of incomparable power; and foul, twisted things that prey on children and the unwary alike.


Pixies were a race of sprites native to the Feywild. Pixies resembled tiny elves, with reports placing them variously at 2. Pixies had silvery, moth-like wings and preferred to wear brightly colored clothing. Pixies were mischievous sprites that enjoyed playing pranks on people. Such pranks included leading travelers astray and tricking misers into parting with their wealth.


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Heroes of the Feywild provides new character theme options, feats, magic items, and more. The book presents three new Feywild races the Hamadryad, Pixie, and Satyr , and four sets of class alternate features and subclasses: the Berserker Barbarian subclass , the Skald Bard subclass , the Protector Druid subclass , and the Witch Wizard subclass. The original adventure is expanded to take adventures into the Feywild and it also references Heroes of the Feywild Much as with the original adventure, this Season featured considerable roleplaying and puzzles, unlike most of the Encounters. Andrew Zimmerman-Jones of Black Gate commented: "I love supplements that help to differentiate even more between different types of characters. If you want to enter into this world of raw magical power, this is definitely a must-have supplement. DieHard GameFan said that " Heroes of the Feywild sparked flashes of creativity in me and it just may do the same for you.

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