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Hello d&d players and dungeon masters ! Thank you for supporting our background series, we’re gonna be jamming them out pretty quick here. So if you’ve missed a couple just check out our backgrounds table by visiting this page if you would like to! You will be taken to the official site. Now let’s talk about the dnd 5e vizier background. It is found in the Plane Shift – Amonkhet. Let’s take a look at its description now.


Of course you’re vizier and also a servant to your favorite god. You always keep performing different tasks which are essential in order to facilitating the initiates’ journey, anyways the gods shall reward to you with an entry into the afterlife with the God-Pharaoh’s blessing. You can achieve the highest honor in the afterlife if you are the best servant for your god.

Of course being a vizier background 5e, you can have any type of dnd class, but you’re especially likely to be a cleric, a druid (specifically if you serve Rhonas), or a paladin.

  • Skill Proficiencies History, Religion
  • Tool Proficiencies: One type of artisan’s tools, one type of musical instrument
  • Equipment: A set of artisan’s tools or a musical instrument (one of your choice), a scroll of your god’s teachings, a vizier’s cartouche, a set of Fine clothes, and pouch25gp

Voice of Authority

Your voice is your god’s voice, at least theoretically. You might have to instruct and train initiates. In addition, they must obey you. An initiate is expected to listen to you and follow your instructions in all circumstances. You could be punished by your god if you misuse this authority.

Suggested Characteristics

The background characteristics of a d d5e vizier reflect strongly the ideals, personality and values of the god they serve.

Personality Trait

d10Personality Trait
1Everything I do, it’s gracefully and purposefully, and I do it with complete confidence. (Oketra)
2My unwavering focus can be shaken by anything. (Oketra)
3I can be at peace and I will bring calm to the world. I can be a terror when I am angered. (Kefnet)
4I love to tease initiates and acolytes with juicy bits of knowledge wrapped in fiendishly hard puzzles. (Kefnet)
5I believe in myself and my abilities to the greatest extent. (Rhonas)
6When the city is too safe, too controlled or too calm, I feel restless. (Rhonas)
7I use solitude to plan my victory. (Bontu)
8I use humor to challenge the teachings of other gods. (Bontu)
9I love, fight, feast, and do it all with equal passion. (Hazoret)
10I consider those in my care my family. It is a concept that most people don’t get. (Hazoret)


1Solidarity: All must respect all. In the afterlife, everyone will join in action and goal. (Oketra)
2Knowledge: The deserving shall have a sharp mind to see the miracles that await them in the afterlife. (Kefnet)
3Strength: Only the worthy will be able to build a strong body that can withstand all the energies of eternity. (Rhonas)
4Ambition: A worthy person will strive for greatness. Because supremacy in this life leads to supremacy after death. (Bontu)
5Zeal: The God-Pharaoh will be awaited by the worthy with unremitting passion. They will rise to any obstacle they face. (Hazoret)
6Naktamun: The city’s life is ordered by the God-Pharaoh. This order must be maintained at all cost.


1My loyalty towards my companions exemplifies the ideal of loyalty toward my god. (Oketra)
2I consider the teachings of my god more valuable than any material possession. (Kefnet)
3I would do everything to protect the temple of my god against any damage or desecration. (Rhonas)
4I am committed to the service of my god—because it’s my sure ticket into the afterlife. (Bontu)
5I love my god and will never let my service end. (Hazoret)
6A friend or lover of mine is also a vizier.


1I’m in love with an initiate and want to protect him from the death of the trials.
2In my heart, I wish I hadn’t been selected as a vizier so that I could take part in the trials as an initiator.
3In my secret, I wonder if the gods really care about us or what our lives are like.
4In retribution to an insult in the past, a vizier from another god seeks out my death.
5I am afraid of the unknown beyond the Gate to The Afterlife.
6I secretly believe the God-Pharaoh’s return will not bring blessing to this world.