From publisher blurb:
In this book, you’ll find everything you need to create an anthropomorphic animal character compatible with the rules in the SRD5. Perhaps you’re a player looking for a specific furry race to craft your perfect avatar, or a DM building a vast world with diverse and fantastical residents. Whatever your desire, the options and rules presented are intended to give you the utmost convenience and flexibility to make incredible anthro characters.
Anthro is a term that collectively refers to creatures of numerous races of anthropomorphic animals. All anthros have the humanoid creature type, appended with the (anthro) tag.
The typical anthro (if there is such a thing), is roughly human-sized and shaped. They have animalistic skulls, though sometimes the muzzle is shortened, giving the anthro a somewhat more human profile. While fur is the dominant skin covering for anthros (hence, the race’s most common slang epithet: furry), other bloodlines might boast colorful plumage, a variety of reptilian and piscine scales, or even a chitin exoskeleton.
Fursona 5E is an update to the series for D&D 5th Edition. It contains converted content from the original Fursona:The Definitive Guide to Creating Anthropomorphic Characters, plus new material exclusive to this sourcebook.
It features a streamlined approach to character creation, so generating an anthro has never been easier. Choose from 21 races and 72 subraces, or create your own creature using a comprehensive list of traits.
Also included are new subclasses, backgrounds, feats, spells, items, and everything else you need for an anthro campaign. Whether you are a player looking to create your perfect furry avatar, or a DM building a vast world with diverse and fantastical residents, Fursona 5E is your definitive source.