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As per this you’re almost an initiate, on a specific path for completing the trials of the five gods in a hope of earning the glorified death in a specific final Trial of Zeal. Some of the combination from any of your natural aptitude, your crop’s needs and also your teachers’ assessment while you’re an acolyte that led you to focus on your training in a specific area of specialization – hand-to-hand combat, long-range combat, or spellcasting. A well-rounded initiate can be called truly worthy of an afterlife.
After all this, if you’re a hand-to-hand specialist, consider it as the barbarian, fighter, monk, paladin, or rogue classes. You could be fighter, ranger, or rogue, just as a long-range combat specialist. Suppose, if you’re the spellcasting specialist, then you might be a bard, sorcerer, or wizard. You might also have considered multiclassing, or using feats to enhance your skills in each of these areas.
- Skill Proficiencies Athletics, Intimidation
- Tool Proficiencies:Vehicles (land) is one type of gaming set.
- Equipment:A simple puzzle box or scroll that contains the basic teachings about the five gods. Common clothing, and pouchEach 15gp. Cartouches can also be earned by those who have completed any trials since the beginning of the campaign.
Features Of DnD 5E Initiate Background
This background contains a single feature: Trial of the Five Gods. We’ve explained it in the below paragraph you can check it out now.
Trial of the Five Gods
Your life is centered around five trials that will determine your worthiness for the afterlife. The training is available to you 24/7, so you can prepare for and endure all the trials. Under the supervision of viziers, the servitor Mummies (the anointed), will provide you with a safe place to live and meals.
Of course you can enjoy all of these benefits when only as long as you would obey a societal norms of the Naktamun – training for the trials (with or without your crop), in order to obeying the orders of the gods and of course for following the different instructions of their viziers. But if you’re violating any of these norms that time you risk being treated as a dissenter.
The initiate’s life has normally been focused on the trials, but it does not need to all about the trials. Though some of the initiates are highly focused upon their training, most of the undergo which is training while it is also experiencing joy, sorrow, love, loss, anger, jealousy, hope, faith, delight – the whole range of the mortal emotions and also the experience.
Probably, the afterlife might have been a constant presence in it’s every initiate’s mind, but of course it is culmination of a life well-lived—not a replacement for it.
|1||If the mood turns serious, I always have a joke nearby.|
|2||I use sarcasm and insults to keep a distance between myself and my crop-mates, because I don’t want to get attached to them.|
|3||I’ll settle for nothing less than perfection—in myself, in my cropmates, in everything.|
|4||I’m so focused on the glorious afterlife that nothing in this life can shake my calm resolve.|
|5||My passion is to share my knowledge with others.|
|6||I work hard to be able to play hard at the end. I fully expect to play even harder in the glorious afterlife, but I’m not in a hurry to get there.|
|7||I’m perfectly happy letting others pick up the slack for me while I take it easy.|
|8||I’m constantly sizing up everyone around me, thinking about what kind of opponent they’ll be in the final trial.|
|1||Solidarity: The thing that matters most of all is that we’re there for each other. (Lawful)|
|2||Knowledge: The world is a puzzle — a mystery waiting to be solved. (Neutral)|
|3||Strength: My own perfection is all that matters to me. Let others strive for that perfection in their own ways. (Any)|
|4||Ambition: I’m going to prove that I deserve only the best — of everything. (Evil)|
|5||Zeal: I will do anything worth my time. (Any)|
|6||Redemption: I will work harder to overcome the doubts I harbored when I was younger. (Any)|
|1||One of my crop-mates, my dearest friend, is the one I will be facing in the final trial.|
|2||I am in love viziers.|
|3||I am particularly drawn to one of the five gods, and I want nothing more than to win that god’s particular favor.|
|4||Naktamun is my greatest love.|
|5||My weapon was a gift of a loved trainer who had died in an accident.|
|6||I have a memento of my time in the acolyte ranks that I cherish more than all other things.|
|1||I’m easily distracted by an attractive person, which could be the death of me in the trials.|
|2||I really wanted to be a vizier, and I’m angry at the god who didn’t choose me.|
|3||Training to live a long life and then dying in the end seems like a huge waste of energy.|
|4||I’m not at all sure I’ll be able to grant a glorified death to any of my crop-mates.|
|5||I have a bitter grudge against one crop-mate, and we all want the other to fail.|
|6||I think I’ve figured out that this world is not what it seems. Something is very dark.|