Boggarts (4e Race)
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The boggarts, once mischievous and hedonistic, are in Shadowmoor vicious and warlike. Their interests have turned from curiosity to pillage, and from stealing pies to stealing babies.
|Average Height: 3´4–4´9˝|
|Average Weight: 75–110 lb.|
|Ability Scores: +2 Strength, +2 Constitution|
|Speed: 7 squares|
|Languages: Common, Goblin|
|Skill Bonuses: +2 Athletics, +2 Intimidate|
|Tattermunge Mania: While bloodied, you deal an extra 4 damage on a sucessful attack. Increase the extra damage to 6 at 11th level and to 8 at 21st level.|
|Mudbrawler: While bloodied, you get +2 to all defenses. Increase the bonus to 4 at 11th level, and to 6 at the 21st level.|
After the Great Aurora transformed Lorwyn into Shadowmoor, the boggarts changed from troublesome tricksters to animalistic marauders. The boggarts of Shadowmoor are not malicious but still highly dangerous. They live to eat and will consume anything they come across, organic or not. They are little more than beasts, and their language is rudimentary at best.
Shadowmoor boggarts come together in loose packs called gangs. Known boggart gangs include the Mudbrawler, the Tattermunge, the Scuzzback, the Bloodwort, and the Boartusk. They roam Shadowmoor's mountains and forests in search of food to sate their hunger.
Play an Boggart if you want...
- To be a persistent savage.
- To be a member of a race that favours the Fighter and Barbarian classes.
Boggarts wear piecemeal armor scavenged from other races, sometimes nailed to their very bodies. Like their Lorwyn counterparts they come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, but are uniformly more feral and sinister in appearance.
Playing a Boggart
Male Names: Dren, Furto, Geg, Gyik, Joffin, Nibb, Yasgo
Female Names: Meme, Wort
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