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Tuamtae are human-like fey, who remind many of teenage children in both appearance and action. They tend to become tricksters and truth-tellers, especially where everyone else is afraid to do so. It is said that some Tuamtae maybe kidnapped children turned into fey.

Tuamtae Racial Traits 
+2 Dex,+2 Charisma,  -2 Wis,. Tuamtaes are peripatetic and flighty  
A Tuamtae’s base movement speed is 30 feet when walking. 
Low-light Vision: A Tuamtae can see twice as far as a human in dim light such as starlight, moonlight, or            torchlight. Dauntless (Su): Even though they might suffer from fear, they will never show it outright. They need never flee in the face of fear-based attacks but receive normal morale penalties. 
Hard to Pin Down (Ex): Tuamtaes gain a +2 bonus to Reflex and Will saves.
Glib (Ex): Tuamtaes gain a +4 bonus to Bluff and Diplomacy checks. 

+2 Dex
Copycat (Sp): You can create an illusory double of yourself as a move action. This double functions as a single Mirror Image and lasts for a number of rounds equal to your cleric level, or until the illusory duplicate is dispelled or destroyed. You can have no more than one copycat at a time. This ability does not stack with the Mirror Image spell. You can use this ability a number of times per day equal to 3 + your Wisdom modifier.
spell like abilities disguise self, invisibility, ventrilquism, ghost sound, confusion
Bonus feat  Luck of the fey

Personality: Tuamtae tend to be hyperactive. Among the fey it is said that they have “big souls in a small body.” They enjoy everything about their lives, finding passion in everything they do. They invariably believe that life is inherently fun and often fail to see the more somber side of things. They know no fear even when they should, and many have no understanding of mortal death. Of all the fey, they are simultaneously the wittiest and the most thoughtless, as they blurt out the first thing that comes to mind. They tell things as they are, no matter the consequences. The more serious among them tend to relish melodrama and pathos. 

Physical Description: Each Tuamtae resembles a human teenager. They have large pointed ears, round underneath and on the sides, but coming to a sharp teardrop’s point. Their hair follows suit and runs from reds to greens or other bright colors. It is often streaked with darker tones. Their eyes are large, and sharply tilted, often with tiny wrinkles around their edges. Their noses, chins and cheekbones are delicate and almost fragile- looking. 

Relations: Tuamtae enjoy the company of everyone, but sometimes others grow tired of theirs. In particular, lawful beings such as dwarves and many humans cannot bear their presence, though they are beloved by all of the fey. 

Language: Tuamtae speak Sylvan faithfully. They never developed their own language, since they were too busy talking to everyone else. 

Male Names: Amadán, Gunna, Oberon, Oisin, Peerifool, Midhir 

Female Names: Ainsel, Béfind, Bib, Corrigan, Klippee, Loirag, Nuala, Pressina 

Adventurers: Of all the fey, Tuamtae are most likely to head away from their homelands for a few centuries to have a good time among the mortal folk. When they do so, they will tend to avoid seeking riches, except as a novelty to be discarded when they grow bored. They will, however, throw themselves into the fray whenever danger looms. They will attempt to focus on dramatic actions, like holding on to a dragon’s tail as it takes flight, or leaping onto a giant’s back, sometimes to the detriment of the party’s goals. Afterwards, the puck might be contrite or shamed, but this won’t stop him from trying the same type of stunt again. They do care for their allies and for mortals, and many Tuamtae will 
willingly give up their lives for them. 

Favored Class: Rogue. Tuamtaes are the ideal weavers of deceit. 

• Level Adjustment: None. Tuamtaes are suitable to begin play as first-level characters.