We are nothing if not people who strive for balance. Our warriors fight only when there is need. Our hunters take only what the tribes require to live, and use all they can when they do. The shaman stands as a guide and mediator to the spirits all around us.
Tauren (13 RP)
Humanoid (0 RP)
Large (7 RP)
-1 AC and attack rolls
+1 to CMD and CMB
-4 to Stealth
10 ft. space, 5 ft. reach
Normal Speed (0 RP)
Flexible Attributes (2 RP)
+2 to any two attributes
Standard Languages (0 RP)
Hoof Attack (1 RP)
A tauren may use its hooves as a secondary natural attack that do 1d4 dmg each.
Natural Armor (3 RP)
+2 Natural Armor
Starting Languages: Taurahe and Orcish
Available Languages: Auren, Aquan, Ignan, Draconic, Terran, Thalassian, Zandalari
Which tribe you hail from is extremely important to a Tauren because it is not only your family, but the source of your strength. Though there are tauren who have mixed heritage or whose tribe was wiped out, the tribes below can give you a way to find the foundation of your character and explain who they are and where they come from.
The leading tribe of Tauren, the Bloodhoof is perhaps the most diverse among them. Braves, hunters, druids and shamans alike have all come from the tribe and are some of the most revered in all of Azeroth. The leader of this tribe, Cairne Bloodhoof, rules over all of the tauren tribes from Mulgore with a patient and experienced hand.
Native to the Stonetalon Mountains, the Cliffwalker tribe is a small tribe that works to live in peace with the inhospitable land they call home. They have a cordial understanding with the Night Elves in the region and do not openly fight against them unless provoked first. They are mostly druids and warriors, with enough hunters to provide for the tribe.
The cloudsong tribe is almost entirely composed of spiritualists and shamans. They work hard to preserve the balance of the elements and to appease the ancestors. Many act as advisors to other tribes, using their knowledge to mend rifts both in the world and between their kinsman.