Bretons

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In addition to their quick and perceptive grasp of spellcraft, even the humblest of Bretons can boast a resistance to magical energies. They are particularly skilled at summoning and healing magic.

UESP Lore

Names

Female: Angeline, Babette, Bothela, Cairine, Carcette, Colette, Daighre, Delphine, Eola, Erith, Fianna, Isabelle, Julienne, Kaie, Laelette, Lisette, Madena, Mena, Michel, Mirabelle, Modhna, Muiri, Nana, Rhiada, Sabine, Senna, Sorine, Sybille, Uaile, Vivienne, Voada
Male: Adeber, Alain, Anton, Arniel, Belchimac, Bendt, Braig, Cedran, Clinton, Cynric, Degaine, Delvin, Donnel, Dryston, Eltrys, Enmon, Erj, Etienne, Garvey, Giraud, Glover, Hathrasil, Imedhnain, Krag, Madanach, Maurice, Moric, Octieve, Omluag, Phinis, Rondach, Sebastian, Stromm, Tuthul, Uraccen, Willem

Playing a Breton

If you choose to play a Breton, modify your character as follows:

  • Add 1 to your Willpower ability.
  • Pick one of the following ability focuses: Intelligence (Cultural Lore) or Intelligence (Historical Lore)
  • You have the Dragon Skin daily power, which provides +4 armor rating for 4 rounds (60 seconds).
  • Your Speed is equal to 9 + Dexterity (minus armor penalty if applicable).
  • You can speak and read Common.
  • Roll twice on the Breton Benefits table for additional benefits. Roll 2d6 and add the dice together. If you get the same result twice, re-roll until you get something different.
Breton Benefits
2d6 Roll Benefit
2 +1 Perception
3-4 Focus: Intelligence (Restoration)
5 Focus: Intelligence (Illusion)
6 Focus: Intelligence (Conjuration)
7-8 +1 Intelligence
9 Focus: Intelligence (Alteration)
10-11 Focus: Intelligence (Mysticism)
12 +1 Communication

Strengths and Weaknesses

  • +2 Resistance to Magic

Bretons

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