Leopurrs stand between 6 and 6 1/2 feet tall, and weigh around 175-200 pounds. They appear like bipedal leopards, with tawny fur, black and brown spots, green or yellow cat eyes, and the slightly rounded pointed ears of the catfolk. Leopurrs are the most versatile and devout of the greater catfolk, favoring the cleric, druid, hunter, and warpriest classes.
Leopurr Racial Traits (Advanced 19 RP)
Leopurrs gain the following racial traits, in addition to the normal catfolk racial traits, and may change the normal catfolk traits.
Ability Scores: Leopurrs are charismatic and use their physical power and agility to great advantage. They gain +4 Charisma, +2 Strength, +2 Dexterity. (4 RP; flexible x2)
Claws: Greater catfolk gain 2 claw attacks that deal 1d4 points of damage and add 1-1/2 their Strength modifier to damage rolls. If a greater catfolk takes the cat’s claws catfolk alternate trait, the claw damage increases to 1d6. (2 RP)
Natural Climber: Leopurrs excel at hunting prey from trees and other high vantage points. They gain a climb speed of 20 feet (along with the +8 racial bonus on Climb checks a climb speed affords). (1 RP)
Powerful Jumper: Leopurrs are always considered to have a running start when making Acrobatics checks to jump. (2 RP)
Weapon Familiarity: Leopurrs are proficient with the mace (light and heavy) and the warhammer. (1 RP) <