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Tribality Publishing – Through Their Own Eyes


We have a new publication on DriveThruRPG today. This is the twelfth product we have released: Through Their Own Eyes written by Brandes Stoddard. The races of fantasy are more than funny-shaped humans. See them in a whole new light with this collection of personality features, customized to each race, which you can use in place of or in addition to the personality features from your background. For GMs, when you’re creating a new culture of each race, just select a few items from each collection as the culture’s dominant outlook to put a new spin on an old classic.

Here you’ll find personality features for elves (including drow), dwarves, gnomes, halflings, half-orcs, dragonborn, tieflings, aasimar, goblins, and kobolds.

You can get a copy through our Publisher’s page or with this direct link: Through Their Own Eyes. If you’ve been a Patreon with us for a while, we have sent out coupons to our Shaman, Hunter & Warrior supporters. Thanks to everyone that has helped us to this point!



  • Manos Ti

    OK, I love it.

    So simple but yet so flavorful. It can really help bring a vivid character to life.

    One of my favorite so far.

    • Glad you like it!

    • Manos Ti

      Well, there are not much not to.

      Already rated and reviewed in DTRPG.

      My only regret is that it came a couple of days too late for my new Moon Elf PC (my first ever High Elf and my first Wizard as well).

    • thanks for dropping a review out there for Brandes!

    • Unexpected Dave

      It’s a fantastic tool for making non-human characters who feel unique, but still non-human. Well worth the price.

    • Thank you so much!

  • Colin McLaughlin

    No Ratatoskr or Bladelings? BOYCOTT!

    • Man, I am just the worst! This is a slap in the face from the devs! Welfare epix!11!!!11!!!!

    • Colin McLaughlin

      Sure, just more options for the casual races. Typical Stoddard. Fire him already!

  • Tim Baker

    This is a great collection. I’ve already used it when building my wife’s latest character.