Walking Dead

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Walking Dead
Level 1 Undead, Medium size (5 feet base)
30 feet speed
4 (1d10)
3 (1d8)
Hit Points

Attack Specialization (Unarmed Strike)

Favored Attacks
Bite (inflict damage): Might vs. Guard
Advantage 1. Any creature struck by this attack, must make a Fortitude Check (10) or suffer the Persistent Damage Tier 2 Bane (1d4).
Special Actions
Reanimate (Unique): If certain measures aren't taken (see text), the zombie will return to life 1 hour after being killed with half its normal hit points.
No room left in hell
Core Rules Compatible


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What caused you to create this Character?

Homebrew Used

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Character Build

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Basic Information

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Visual Description

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Type of Speed

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Character Background

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Perks & Flaws

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Perk Name

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Flaw Name

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Goals, Beliefs, Instincts, Motivations

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What the character believes and what they will do about that belief.


Things the character does almost on reflex. This can help the character out, like always looking up whenever they enter a new room to make sure nothing is hiding or about to drop on them. Might tie to equipment or a Flaw even. These could get the character into trouble too.


What motivates the Character. For animal creatures, this could be food, protection of themselves or their young. This section is helpful to other GMs to use an NPC in their campaign.


This section is used to describe the Attributes that are picked, as well as to include the attributes that might not be listed in the Stat Box b/c they aren't as important, but still part of the build. You can also go into more detail about how the character uses certain Attributes, and possible self-limitations you've put on the character in regards to each attribute.

Attribute 1 reasoning

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Attribute 2 reasoning

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You could go into detail not only on each of the Defense areas (Hit Points, Guard, Toughness, Resolve), but ways in which the Character keeps themselves protected. The reasons behind allowing a defense to be low, etc.


This section is for including information from the feats, the flavor/fluff of how the Character uses them, as well as links to where the feat is mentioned on the wiki.

Feat 1 reasoning

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Feat 2 reasoning

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Equipment 1

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Equipment 2

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Favored Actions

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Banes and Damaging Attacks area


Boons area


Special area, for actions done through items, feats, Defend Interrupts, etc.


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Notes of Interest

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Listing any people or organizations that need to be mentioned, and where the content came from.

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