Tontatta Dwarve (Grand Line Supplement)

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Tontatta Dwarve[edit]

The Tontatta are one of the many races in the Grand Line, being chibi sized but with the strenght many man lack.

Physical Description[edit]

A bunch of Tonttata Dwarves surrounding a human woman, by toei animation, [1]

Dwarves are an extremely small sentient race. In comparison to an average sized human, their difference in height is approximately the same as that between a normal-sized human and an average-sized giant. They are mostly human in appearance, with chibi-like proportions, and often have pointed noses. Members of the Tontatta Tribe have thick fluffy tails.


Over 900 years ago, the dwarves set out to sea in search of resources. The Donquixote Family proposed a treaty in which they would provide shelter and resources in exchange for manual labor. As Gancho puts it, this was the darkest period of the Tontatta tribe. The Donquixote Family enslaved the dwarves and the humans of Dressrosa prospered from their labor.

After the Void Century, the Riku family became the rulers of Dressrosa. King Riku at the time was saddened by the mistreatment the dwarves suffered and liberated them. After forming a bond with the Riku family, the dwarves covered Dressrosa with luscious greens and blooming flowers. The dwarves were also allowed, as part of their compensation, to take anything they wanted from the country, no questions asked. To cover for them, King Riku created the legend about fairies and firmly implanted it into his people as a means of covering for the dwarves' actions.[5]

Over 400 years ago, explorer Mont Blanc Noland visited their kingdom and helped the dwarves by fighting off the "bad humans" who were ravaging their lands. For his actions, Noland was considered a hero by the dwarves, who built a statue to honor him as a hero.


Dwarves refer to humans as "Big Humans" and casually ask them whether they are good or bad and as a tradition a good human can prove him/herself by either giving up their weapons or being stripped of all their possessions. Dwarves are very careful not to be seen by any humans as they will try to kill anyone who sees them unless they promise not to tell anyone of their existence. They are also gullible to anything humans say to them, making them simple to be motivated by Kyros and easily fooled by Doflamingo.

Tontatta Dwarve Names[edit]

Male: Leo, Bomba, Kabu, Flapper, Bobomba, Maujii

Female: Mansherry, Bian, Cotton, Wicca, Chicory

Tontatta Dwarve Traits[edit]

Ability Score Increase. Your Strength score increases by 2 and your Dexterity score increases by 1.
Age. You live much longer than most other races, being able to live up to 200-300 years.
Alignment. Tontatta Dwarves are almost aways good aligned, being aways ready to help
Size. Tontatta Dwarves are generally small creatures, ranging from barely 1 feet to well over 2 feet tall. Your size is Tiny.
Speed. Your base walking speed is 35 feet.
Darkvision. darkvision
Unmatched Dwarve Strenght. You count as two sizes larger when determining your carry capacity.
Agile Creatures. Due to your small body you are agile by nature, you will gain proficiency in the Acrobatics skill.
Natural Warriors. You will gain proficiency in light armors, and simple melee weapons.
Great Cultivators. The Tonttata Dwarves are knowm to be a excellent farmers, you will gain proficiency in the Nature skill, and you may roll with advantage in checks involving any kind of farming.
Extremely Naive. You have a huge weakness against other creatures, you have almost no distrust. When someone rolls an Intimidation, Deception, Persuasion checks against you they can do with advantage. You will also gain disadvantage in Insight checks.
Languages. You can speak, read, and write Dwarf and common.

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