Aasimar

Overview

Average Height:

  • Male: 5'0“ - 7'4” (150 - 220 cm)
  • Female: 4'7“ - 6'11” (140 - 210 cm)

Average Weight:

  • Male: 124 - 280 lbs (56.2 - 127 kg)
  • Female: 89 - 245 lbs (40.4 - 111 kg)

Skin Color(s): Pale to dark brown, emerald, gold, silver.
Hair Color(s): Red, blonde, brown, black, silver.
Eye Color(s): Pupil-less pale white, gold, gray, or topaz.
Physical Characteristics: Physically similar to humans, capacity to cast supernatural light.

Physical Description

Aasimar are human-based planetouched, native outsiders. They are often, but not always, descended from angels and other creatures of pure good alignment, though while predisposed to good alignments, they are by no means always good.

Aasimar bear the mark of their celestial touch through many different physical features that often varied from individual to individual. Most commonly, aasimar are very similar to humans, like tieflings and other planetouched. Nearly all aasimar are uncommonly beautiful and significantly taller than humans, as well.

While several aasimar are immediately identifiable as such, others are less distinguishable than tieflings from their human ancestors, commonly standing out with only one unusual feature. Most have 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 have pearly opalescent eyes. Solar-descended aasimars often have brilliant topaz eyes instead, or silvery or golden skin.

Abilities

As a general rule, aasimar are a wise and charismatic race, possessing of strong insights and a powerful allure with which most races could not compare. Aasimar are also quite perceptive, noticing things that others do not, and many can see largely unimpeded in perfect darkness, while also possessing the ability to cast magical light to aid those who can not see. Aasimar are also, like make of their celestial forbears, resistant to the effects of extreme cold, acidic elements, or electrical charges.