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Diamond Dwarf

Diamond Dwarf

Language: Rogolan (diamond dwarf dialect)

Script: Rogolan Runes (2 AP)

Area Knowledge: depending on home region (for example, dwarf town and surrounding mines)

Social Status: none

Common Professions:

  • Mundane Professions: all but Gladiator, Knight, and Tribal Warrior
  • Magic Professions: Mage (rare)
  • Blessed Professions: Blessed One of Hesinde (rare), Blessed One of Phex (rare), Blessed One of Rondra (rare)

Common Advantages: Aptitude with Craft Skills (usually Earthencraft and Metalworking), Socially Adaptable

Common Disadvantages: Afraid of… (the Sea), Negative Trait (Curiosity, Greed, Stinginess), Personality Flaw (Vanity)

Uncommon Advantages: none

Uncommon Disadvantages: Afraid of... (Cramped Spaces), Frenzy, Nightblind

Common Skills: Animal Lore, Artistic Ability, Carousing, Dancing, Earthencraft, Geography, History, Math, Mechanics, Metalworking, Music, Myths & Legends, Orienting, Pick Locks, Seduction, Stealth

Uncommon Skills: Flying, Sailing, Swimming

Common Names:

  • Male: Angrox, Balum, Cratosh, Gandresh, Grotho, Jandrim, Migosh, Norrin, Rabagash, Topash
  • Female: Angalla, Cadrima, Etoscha, Igrima, Magmasha, Segrima

Dwarven names consist of a first name plus either “son of [parent]” or “daughter of [parent]” (for example, Balum son of Grotho, or Angalla daughter of Segrima).

Cultural Package Diamond Dwarf (29 AP)

Carousing +1, Dancing +1, Earthencraft +1, Geography +2, History +1, Metalworking +1, Music +1, Myths & Legends +1, Pick Locks +2, Seduction +1, Stealth +2

 

Publication: Core Rules page 122