De Guerra orcs are more common in the mountains and highlands of Ber, with their strongest core on the northeast coast, along the shore of the Marrajado del Oro, where orcish sailors long raided Risuri lands. They take their name from the de Guerra family, whose matriarch Corta Nariz de Guerra is the current Bruse and ruler of Ber.
Since the establishment of modern Ber, many non-orcs have adopted de Guerra ways, especially those in the military, which often shuffles citizens around the country to train with those descended from other tribes, the better to foster national unity and pride in cultural heterogeneity.
Aggressive. As a bonus action, you can move your speed toward an enemy of your choice that you can see or hear. You must end this move closer to the enemy than you started.
Punch Above Your Weight. You are accustomed to dealing with peoples and creatures much larger than normal. Add half your proficiency bonus on damage rolls for attacks against creatures Large or larger.
Reliable and Vigilant. When you would make an ability or skill check or, you can ignore one source of . After you use this ability, you cannot use it again until you complete a .
Steady Legs. Whether climbing mountains or crewing a ship, you’ve learned how to keep yourself and your allies from becoming unbalanced. When you or an ally within reach would fallor be pushed, you can grant them an on the or check to resist. (An expertise die is an extra 1d4 that you roll and add to your main d20 roll.)
Languages. You know Common, Orc, and one Beran language such as Draconic, Gnoll, Goblin, or Minotaur.