The Dungeons & Dragons 5e ruleset has an abundance of playable races for players to choose from, many of which are based on real-world animals. It’s not difficult for D&D characters to transform into animals, as this is the point of the druid’s Wild Shape ability, and there are different spells that allow the player to shift form, but there are plenty of options to be playing an animal the whole time. It just depends on whether they want to spend the entire game playing as a rabbit or a cat with a sword.
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Author: Scott Baird