Civilization has taught you one thing: you don't fit in. You decided long ago that you want nothing to do with society or other intelligent beings, and moved to a secluded place. Your time away from society has taught you how to take care of yourself, but your social skills suffer. Being alone this long has maybe even damaged your sanity, if you had any to begin with. However, you find comfort in whatever animals you can coerce or endear into staying with you.
Skill Proficiencies: Animal Handling, Survival
Tool Proficiencies: Herbalism kit
Languages: One of your choice
Equipment: a small or smaller beast that is loyal to you, a hunting trap, a filthy blanket, a set of ragged common clothes, and 5 gp


Your time alone has led you to develop an eccentricity in your behavior. It is something clearly noticeable, but without any major ramifications on your day-to-day life. Choose an eccentricity of your own, or roll on the table below.

d6 Eccentricity
1 I mutter to myself under my breath.
2 I name each animal I meet and treat them like a person.
3 I hoard a small, common object, such as a nut or keys.
4 I stare at whatever interests me, regardless of how socially acceptable it is.
5 I make noises whenever I am uncomfortable.
6 I have a trinket that I always keep with me in my hands.


Your time spent in the wilderness has taught you how to find and make cover in practically any circumstance. When you are in the wilderness, you have advantage on Wisdom (Survival) checks made to find shelter, and if you are unable to find shelter you are able to make shelter in half an hour using only the resources provided by nature. This shelter protects from most of the elements, though not from extreme weather or temperature.


Outcasts are all maladjusted to society, but not all outcasts are unable to adapt. Outcasts are not even necessarily loners, and groups of outcasts have gathered together in their mutual lack of social skills and formed tight communities, though it does not happen very often.

d8 Personality Trait
1 I make few friends, but those I make are treated like family.
2 Even after all these years apart from society, I still remember my manners.
3 I intentionally try to shock any civilized person with my behavior.
4 I pretend to be a person of great wisdom to lure people and their supplies to me.
5 I endear myself to everyone, even more so if they do not like me.
6 I observe things from afar; only when I've fully assessed a situation will I act.
7 I am oblivious to everything but my most immediate surroundings.
8 I secretly hate being alone, but I have never found a place I fit in.
d6 Ideal
1 Nature. The laws of nature triumph over any man-made statutes. (Neutral)
2 Order. Keeping things the way they are is the only way to maintain my lifestyle. (Lawful)
3 Change. I am never comfortable with a schedule. I crave something unexpected. (Chaotic)
4 Freedom. Society is stifling my ability to live as I please. (Chaotic)
5 Respect. Society is better without me, and me without society. (Good)
6 Seclusion. I avoid civilization for seclusion's sake. (Any)
d6 Bond
1 I am deeply attached to the area of wilderness I call home.
2 My loyal animal is all the family I'll ever need.
3 I still have one friend in the nearby society that I see from time to time.
4 I was expelled from my family and still bear the wounds of mistrust.
5 I live with fellow outcasts, but don't truly fit in with them either.
6 I share a hovel with a close friend, relative, or lover.
d6 Flaw
1 I am slow to trust anyone I do not consider a fellow outcast.
2  I always think of myself before my allies in dangerous situations.
3 I'm overly cautious with my abilities and supplies, often not using something when I need it most in fear that I will need it later.
4 I am incredibly wasteful, since nature will just provide me with what I need anyways.
5 I lie constantly and even deceive myself.
6 If you can't take care of yourself, you'll get no help from me.