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Races of Hollow
|Good Races of Hollow:||Centaur; Dwarf; Dryad; Elf; Feline; Minotaur|
|Neutral/Non-Aligned Races of Hollow:||Avian; Draconian; Dragon; Giant; Gnome; Half Elf; Hobbit; Human; Pixie; Troll|
|Evil Races of Hollow:||Drow; Fermin; Lycanthrope; Naga; Ogre; Orc; Preklek; Shadow Gnome; Undead; Vampire|
Life Expectancy: 800-1200 Homelands: Gualon, Frostmaw Average Height: 8ft-20ft Average Weight: 1200-10,000 lbs (calculator) Preferred Classes: Warrior Classes this race can be: Warrior, Knight, Monk, Paladin, Death Knight Alignment: Any but tendancy to be Chaotic Preferred Weapons: Club, Axe Aggression Level: Usually Extremely Aggressive Intelligence Level: Usually Low Magic Rating: Always Low Strength Rating: Very High Weak Against: Psychological Attack Strong Against: Physical Attack Related Races: Ogre Allied Races: Orc, Ogre Enemy Races: Dragon, Dwarf, Human
The idea of the physiology is really quite simple: they are very large. Giants resemble large humans, though this may or may not be a result of a common ancestry. Since giants tend to be rather unintelligent, they aren't very proficient with magic, but what they lack in brains they make up for in physical strength.
Frostmaw Giants: See Frostmaw
Giant Sub Species
There are Gualon giants, and Frostmaw giants. See Frostmaw for details on the latter.
Giant's & Religion
Frostmaw Giants: Frost giants follow Aramoth, almost exclusively. In the war god they find all things pertaining to their nature: aggression, war, neutrality, and mercilessness. In their temples and shrines, they sacrifice to him, and the finest of their warriors belong to Aramoth's Chosen, a league of holy warriors that the war god favors. These giants offer the blood and lives of their foes to the god, and in the end, their own lives, for they seldom die peacefully.
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