Lifeforms

Scrasamax
The Karkos People By: Scrasamax

The Karkos represent an attempt to create a bad guy race with almost no redeeming features, a true villainous species without resorting to established tropes or handwaving.

by Scrasamax
57xp
5 replies
146 views
Ramhir
BattleSteeds By: Ramhir

“So, you want to buy a horse?” the grizzled Catfolk horse-master said.

“Yes. I'd like to buy a battlesteed and I'll pay whatever you ask,” the human replied.

“No. We never sell the Little Brothers of the Clan. Find a regular horse instead.”

“But my Lord wants a battlesteed and ...”

“No.”

by Ramhir
12xp
24 replies
2554 views
Lockheed
The Kebah-Di'i, students of the White Sand God By: Lockheed

Displaced natives, the alien Kebah-Di'i have taken to the new ways of their adoptive society with surprising gusto.

by Lockheed
14xp
5 replies
2566 views
Scrasamax
The Hill Folk By: Scrasamax

The Hill Folk are friendly, as well known for their crafts as their crops.

by Scrasamax
13xp
2 replies
4395 views
CaptainPenguin
The Flinthill Clan By: CaptainPenguin

Brutish masters of the Highlands, the grey-skinned, wolf-riding men of the Flinthill Clan are famed for their ferocity and their savagery.

by CaptainPenguin
17xp
8 replies
5426 views
EchoMirage
Braggu By: EchoMirage

They are the menace of the borderlands, travelling with their herds paths they used for millenia, and razing any signs of civilization in the process. When the winter is especially harsh or the summer unusually dry, they descend upon the heartlands of kingdoms like a plague, more a natural disaster than an enemy.

by EchoMirage
15xp
5 replies
4648 views
Maggot
The Jabbaru - rhino folk By: Maggot

Towering giants that stand well above 15 feet,these inhabitants of the great grasslands that border the most remote boundaries of the nation of Xhiklus,are an intimidating cross between humanoid and rhino. Their massive heads resemble those of a rhino,but they possess the hunched,hulking lower bodies of a humanoid being,and are endowed with the ability to fashion and use tools with their huge,three fingered hands. Often called ''the Grey Monsters'' by most people of the Hundreds,they are a force to be reckoned with.

by Maggot
22xp
7 replies
4692 views
MoonHunter
The Orcen: A New Take on Orcs and Barbarians and Horsemen By: MoonHunter

When looking for an Orc substitute in a campaign, one should think about just a violent ethnic group of people. Huns, Goths, Visigoths, Franks, and Mongols, have all the same campaign effect of Orcs and other “monster races” that fight in large groups/ hordes. And it has the added bonus of people not being able take the moral high ground when they kill an intelligent being… because it is a people… not just a worthless Orc.

by MoonHunter
30xp
36 replies
18286 views
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