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Asking AI to Make a D&D Character!

Make me a unique dnd 5e character, choose the race, class, subclass, spells (if needed), feats, equipment, ability scores, background, backstory, name and appearance.

Sure, here's a unique D&D 5e character for you:

Race: Aasimar

Class: Sorcerer

Subclass: Divine Soul


  • Cantrips: Sacred Flame, Guidance, Mending, Message

  • 1st level: Cure Wounds, Shield, Guiding Bolt

  • 2nd level: Lesser Restoration, Spiritual Weapon

  • 3rd level: Revivify, Daylight

Feats: War Caster


  • Quarterstaff

  • Light crossbow with 20 bolts

  • Scale mail

  • Shield

  • Component pouch

  • Backpack

  • Bedroll

  • Rations (5 days)

  • Waterskin

  • 10 gp

Ability Scores:

  • Strength: 10

  • Dexterity: 14

  • Constitution: 14

  • Intelligence: 10

  • Wisdom: 12

  • Charisma: 18

Background: Acolyte

Backstory: Born to a family of aasimars who had long served as clerics of their deity, our character was expected to continue the family tradition. However, from a young age, they exhibited an innate talent for magic that could not be ignored. Despite their parents' initial reluctance, they were eventually allowed to train as a sorcerer, and they quickly became known for their unique abilities.

As they grew older, our character began to feel torn between their duties as an aasimar and their newfound passion for magic. They sought the guidance of their deity, but received only silence in return. Feeling lost and alone, they left their family and began to wander the land, using their magic to help those in need.

Name: Arintha Dawnbringer

Appearance: Arintha is a tall, slender aasimar with silver hair and bright blue eyes. Their skin has a faint golden glow, and they wear scale mail adorned with holy symbols. They carry a quarterstaff and a light crossbow, and always keep their component pouch close at hand. Despite their serious demeanor, they have a warm and comforting presence, and often use their magic to heal the wounded and comfort the dying.

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