Giant

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Giant
Creature information
Group Type I Humanoid
Group Type II Giant
Aggressive Yes
Pursues Yes
Special Harvest None
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Giant
Creature information
Skin Type Details needed.
Size Details needed.
Weight (fresh) Details needed.
Weight (tanned) Details needed.

Name(s)

Adjectives (i.e., "green" or "fluffy") not included

  • Giant
  • Giant Leader
  • Ice Giant
  • Stone Giant

Location(s)[1]

--Cities and Towns--

  • None

--Terrains--

  • CWC - Mountains (Ice Giant)
  • Hubland - Glacier, Icelands (Ice Giant)
  • Upper Ramtops - Mountains (Ice Giant, Stone Giant)
  • Uberwald - Mountains (Ice Giant)

Description(s)

Descriptions are example(s) from a single individual. Variations may be numerous, and dependent upon species, gender, age, location, and other variables.

Giant

This creature is approximately fifteen feet tall and looks as if he is carved out of the mountains themselves. A rather stupid looking grin seems chiseled across his rocky complexion.

  • Alignment: Neutral

Giant Leader

This creature is approximately twenty feet tall and looks as if he is carved out of the mountains themselves. A sinister grin seems carved across his rocky complexion.

  • Alignment: Neutral

Ice Giant

This giant, roughly fifteen feet tall, has rocky skin, which is almost entirely covered in ice and snow. He looks very aggressive, more so than any of the infamous mountain yetis. This creature's relative rarity, though, (and more so the rarity of folks that have survived encounters with this giant), makes its existence seem more like a legend than something real. But here it is, about to beat up anything in sight. Probably starting with you.

  • Alignment: 8-11 degrees of evil

Stone Giant

Details needed.

  • Alignment: Details needed.

Uses

  • None

Special Notes

  • Ice giants attack on sight and automatically pursue. They will attack other NPCs (such as giant fruitbats) in the room and kill them very fast.
  • Ice giants may be found singly, or in groups of 2-3.
  • Stone giants are found near the Hub.
  • Giants and Giant Leaders are usually found carrying giant wooden clubs.

Footnote

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