Description Edit. Githzerai were naturally possessed of psionics and some magic resistance. [citation neededCombat Edit. They tended to train in martial combat and many fought as monks. [citation neededSociety Edit. Githzerai society was very monastic and introspective. The githzerai appears in the revised Monster Manual for this edition (2003), and was further detailed as a player character race in the Expanded Psionics Handbook (2004) (along with the psionic githzerai) and as a character class in Complete Psionic (2006).
The Githyanki and Githzerai are two physically nearidentical races who live in great voids and hate each other only slightly less than Illithids. Old 2 Venerable 3 Maximum Age 50 years: 75 years: 100 years 50 years At middle age, 1 to Str, Dex, and Con; 1 to Int, Wis, and Cha. This was the initial monster book for the Dungeons& Dragons 3. 5 edition, published in 2003. It includes all of the monsters from the previous third edition Monster Manual, revising them for the version 3.
5 rules, as well as including a small number of monsters not in the previous Monster Manual. Blood of Githmaal (Bloodline Ability): one of the Gith can fly into a rage 3day without fatigue, and automatically have a sneak attack of 1d6. Automatic Languages: Gith and Undercommon.
Bonus Languages: Githyanki, Githzerai, Draconic, and Terran. At the Pronouncement of Two Skies, the onceslave race splintered into the githyanki and the githzerai, the latter of whom was hated by the githyanki because their betrayal allowed the surviving illithids to retreat to isolated subterranean strongholds.
The two races were at war ever since. Monster Manual 3. 5. 2 Dexterity and 2 Wisdom: Gith are ninjalike beings from another dimension. Humanoid ( Extraplanar, Psionic ) Githyanki are native to the Astral Plane, and Githzerai are native to Limbo.
Medium: As Medium creatures, gith have no special bonuses or penalties due to their size.