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Dwarf

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Dwarves

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Strength
Agility
Influence
Wisdom
Aura
Constitution
Dexterity
Discipline
Logic
Intuition
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-5
-10
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-10
+15
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+10
+5
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The hardiest of the races of Elanthia, dwarves are short (usually under 4'6"), stocky and ruddy faced. They have dark, deep-set eyes with dark, wiry hair. Their beards are often long and elaborately braided, and are matters of great pride. Some dwarven females are bearded, some are not. Dwarves have a natural resistance to certain forms of elemental magic. Dwarves are neither agile nor quick of feet. Dwarves are well-known for their mining, though they keep their gold, silver, mithril and other mines hidden underground.

Before the Undead War, the dwarves lived in an empire, the capital city of which was called Kalaza. Dwarven soldiers returned from Kalaza and brought the red rot, which wiped out more than half of the population. Since that day, each clan has lived on their own, paying no attention to the political affairs of the outside world.

Famous Dwarves: Khazi Khazar, Ghorsa Borthuum

Did you know? Kalaza was hidden after the Undead War, barricaded and hidden by the dwarves that survived the plague. It is said that only dwarves now know its location.

See also: Dwarven Cultures, A History of Dwarves

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