From muscular to stocky.
According to the few survivors of the disaster, Lava Imps were first seen amidst the Mt. Vula eruption, swimming or bopping along in molten lava and swirling Mana with wide smiling mouths and bubbling heads. They are [most likely] Dwarf transformed by the incredible maelstrom of energies. We think so because Thursar was present at Ljostari, but none of those have been seen since the eruption of Mt. Vula. Instead, these Lava Imps showed up and became the oddest of the Mana to Matter transformation aids. It’s almost as if they are the Vornir counterpart that Boriac should have been. But then again, Thursar roamed our World long before Boriac and Gods came strolling around.
Generally only seen in the Crafter working at some oddity or refining the most execusite of Raw material. But at rare times, they are seen out in the more remote sidetunnels, where strange and secret things take place. The most odd thing about them is that they need to consume Magic Shard to function properly. Never do they feed the same Shard Colour twice in a row. So, when some break the small glazier’s rim and drop down into their heads, They become animated, memories ablaze, and skills at full capacity once more. They jump to this and that guests aid. When running low once more, they travel back to the mighty altar, receiving the slowly twisting Mana maelstrom, and sit at a vacant spot so they can receive their next drop., the centre of Mt. Vula where a thousand sidecaves opens up to the main crater, each with a guest
Skjald El Mary
They are the only ones who live permanently in the great crafting halls and tunnels on Mt. Vula. And might I add, I think I’m the only one who has ever had the pleasure of munching deer-nuggets, boiled in the lava of an imp’s head.
They all seem to have the same status, and none has managed to figure out any pattern to their service pattern, tasks taken, or resting periods.
They communicate by thought, and their upper head is a hollow ‘pot’ of Mana enhanced molten lava. Where craftsmen can heat and tint various metals.
Last Updated on 2024-02-09 by IoM-Christian