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'''Ramags''' are a humanoid subspecies and a playable race in the [[Midgard]] setting for [[Pathfinder]] and [[Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition]]. They are the descendants of an ancient, fallen empire that was ruled by powerful magical beings called the Titans, until the titans went insane and tore their empire apart. Specifically, they inhabit the region of the Southlands, Midgard's Africa analogue, known as the Abandoned Lands, the former realm of Glorious Umbuso. They essentially look like humans with the proportions of apes - long, lanky limbs paired with short, compact torsos - and super-thick strands of hair that looks something like a cross between tentacles and dreadlocks.
 
'''Ramags''' are a humanoid subspecies and a playable race in the [[Midgard]] setting for [[Pathfinder]] and [[Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition]]. They are the descendants of an ancient, fallen empire that was ruled by powerful magical beings called the Titans, until the titans went insane and tore their empire apart. Specifically, they inhabit the region of the Southlands, Midgard's Africa analogue, known as the Abandoned Lands, the former realm of Glorious Umbuso. They essentially look like humans with the proportions of apes - long, lanky limbs paired with short, compact torsos - and super-thick strands of hair that looks something like a cross between tentacles and dreadlocks.
  

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Ramags are a humanoid subspecies and a playable race in the Midgard setting for Pathfinder and Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. They are the descendants of an ancient, fallen empire that was ruled by powerful magical beings called the Titans, until the titans went insane and tore their empire apart. Specifically, they inhabit the region of the Southlands, Midgard's Africa analogue, known as the Abandoned Lands, the former realm of Glorious Umbuso. They essentially look like humans with the proportions of apes - long, lanky limbs paired with short, compact torsos - and super-thick strands of hair that looks something like a cross between tentacles and dreadlocks.

5e PC Stats[edit]

Ability Score Increase: +2 Intelligence, +1 Dexterity
Size: Medium
Speed: 30 feet
Arcane Heritage: You can ignore class requirements when attuning to magic items.
Mystical Understanding: You have Proficiency in the Arcana skill.
Spell Damping: You have Advantage on Strength and Dexterity saves against spells.