Lutins of Calebth (4e Race)
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Lutins, or forest gnomes, are a race of gnomes living in the forest, however, they are in many ways different from their tricky cousins. They are kind and benevolent souls, ready to help anyone in need as long as they are nice to them. Despite their kind nature however, if offended a lutins will play all sorts of tricks and bad jokes on the one who offended him. Lutins are shy yet adventurous, they can be found in almost any forest in the world. The forest gnomes are also natural healers, they are also well known to be powerful arcane wielders. Lutins worship good gods of healing and nature.
Play a Lutin if you want...
- To be small, mysterious and knowledgeable.
- To be a a cute, likable hero.
- To be a member of a race that favors the wizard, cleric and ranger classes.
 Physical Qualities
Lutins are small humanoids standing about 3 feet tell and weighting no more then 60 pounds. They are proportioned much like humans and look like most gnomes except that they are a bit smaller. Lutins have the same range of complexions as humans, most have brown hair but blond and green hair are also common. Lutins usually keep their hair medium short. Facial hair only develop at elderly age for lutins and elder often grow large beard. They have short, pointy ears.
Lutins usually dress in stylish and colorful clothes, preferring tone of green, red and brown most of the times, they also most commonly wear pointy hats. In fact, all lutins own at least one pointy hat and they always wear it for special occasion, ceremonial feast, festivities or religious ritual. Its a sort of non-written tradition for them, it represent the unity of the lutins. Some wear it everyday, others only when it is required.
Lutins age as humans until adulthood, then the aging drastically slow down, most lutins can live up to 200 years old.
 Playing a Lutin
Lutins in Calebth: In the world of Calebth, Lutins are natives of the Eneo island, yet the can also be found in the Sylvan forest, in the forest of the Ollaef kingdom and of the Nord. Lutins worship Morwel, Garl Glittergold and Elhona. They are in good terms with Gnomes, Eladrins and elves, dwarves and the people of Ollaef. The Sethians hate them and many times has tried to invade Eneo. They dislike to be called forest gnomes, and calling them anything but lutins is likely to offend them.
Lutin Characteristics: Magical, patient, friendly, joyful, good-natured, silly, benevolent, generous.
Male Names: Andran, Aerin, Danro, Carrich, Findan, Gennet, Lazian, Lucdal, Merren, Rolbin, Osren, Varrin.
Female Names: Adrey, Breel, Caedi, Danna, Einna, Farhri. Liddan, Keydda, Paelia, Miana, Shayn, Vahnia, Wenian.
 Lutin Adventurers
Three sample <!-your race-> adventurers are described below.