Kobold

Appearance:

Build:

From muscular to stocky

Height:

Females: 195-205

Males: 205-215

Weight:

Females: 110-130

Males: 130-150

Lifespan:

Females; 300

Males: 300

Skin:

Greyish

Hair:

None

Eyes:

Any

Language:

Culture:

Legend

“Some claim Kobolds are descendants of those T'Aurs who salvaged the Eternal Bush, but there are scattered records telling of Kobold activity prior to that.”

Skjald Ulrich

 

History

T'Aurs and Dwarves Both claim a world with no Kobold, yet the Fautyr tell of their birth into the world of “the masters machinery, the thick-skinned Kobold siblings…”. Sadly, there’s not a single word indicating siblings of what or whom. So it could just as well be Kobold parents, mentioned in a cryptic way, not entirely uncommon N-Erectus.

At a couple of different places, for example Mibro Caves, Corba Tunnels and Lemyiq Crevise. There are Archaic early cave paintings showing Kobolds and their machines. So they are surely older than both The Crossing and Ljostaris fall.

Skjald Vinotis

 

No foe ever beat them… no friend ever pried them…

Their secrets are deep and dark… as thick as their bark…

Have their tribe… the greatest bribe… only they surely know.

Skjald Kazumix

 

Their earliest records tell of them being fond of mechanisation, taught by their ‘parents. And their existence is attributed to the fact that they have been able to outpower anyone attacking them for land, resources, or secrets.

Skjald El Mary

 

Huge, thick-skinned muscular people who shun other races as they are often killed so their horns can be cut off as trophies.

Skjald Ulrich

 

They generally live in stone towns and cities with a lot of basement space.

Skjald El Mary

 

Description

They have exceptional thick and tough skin, protecting them as if it were armour.

Skjald Kazumix

 

Organisation

The people live in small, isolated tribes across The Realm, and each settlement governs itself by a council of elders. They also have great variation in the food and wine they serve; it’s always a pleasure visiting them. Let’s celebrate that with a mug of foamy ale.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard

 

Special

If their blood gets in contact with Human skin, it will create an infection, that not only will cause the skin to thicken, and turn into bony plate, but also spread to the entire body. This, for humans, certain death, is called Kobold’s Embrace.

Skjald Sigurd

 

Last Updated on 2024-05-28 by IoM-Christian