I participate in a D & D 3.5 campaign.
I would like to include in my world the opportunity for a PC to turn into a kind of nature-based look on one of the animals in my current campaign. I'm using the process of transformation to become a Dragonborn in Dragon's Breeds as a basis for the operation of the mechanics of transformation. I just needed a good model for what would be the race to which they would turn.
I have created the model below for a gorilla avatar. Does it look like a +0 model? What could be removed if this is not the case?
Avatar of Nature (Gorilla)
Bonus statistics: +2 Str, -2 Int
Basic Speed: 30 feet of earth, 30 feet climb
Darkvision at 60 feet.
The Gorillafolk enjoy a +4 natural armor bonus.
Natural Weapon: a gorillafolk has two jaw attacks and one bite attack,
massive powerful hands being the main weapon. When not to fight
with weapons, he uses his natural weapons to tear down his opponents.
Each attack has a damage value of 1d6.
Brachiation: a gorillafolk is considered to have the gift of brachiation
even if it does not meet the requirements.
Gorillafolk have a +8 racial bonus to climbing checks and can still
choose to take 10 climbing controls, even if you rush or are threatened.
Wild Empathy (ex): Gorillafolk can use body language, vocalisation
and behavior to improve the attitude of an animal This power works
like the class of wild empathy of the druid.
Spelling abilities: 1 / day – talk with animals, detect snares and
pits, detect animals or plants. Foundry level 5.
Automatic languages: Gora and Common. Bonus language: Elven, Sylvan,
Halfling, Gnome, Goblin, Giant and Orc.
Class of choice: Barbarian or Ranger