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Eye on Dark Sun
by Rodney Thompson
Despite the best efforts of the sorcerer-kings to oppress their subjects, on rare occasions individuals gain enough power and prestige to become nuisances to those despots. Sometimes, however, those who rise in status independent of the sorcerer-kings are not rebellious freedom fighters or challengers of authority, but instead agents of chaos who lash out at targets both virtuous and vile. The Black Blade is one such individual, a powerful assassin in Raam who serves neither Abalach-Re nor any of the other power bases in the city.
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Rohorind halflings are usually found in the Rohorind Forest, but might also be encountered in the western White Mountains.
Rohorind halflings descend from refugees that escaped the ruins of Basrai during the Cleansing Wars. Like most halflings of the Forest Ridge, they have forgotten most of their ancient history in the struggle to survive. Those Rohorind halfling tribes that were driven from Oronha Valley do remember that part of their history, and retain a special hatred for Kurnans.
Environment: Rohorind halflings inhabit the Rohorind Forest, located near Kurn, in huts built in the canopies of the Rohorinds massive trees.
Typical Physical Characteristics: A Rohorind halfling is about 3 to 3 1/2 feet in height and weighs around 55pounds. Their hair and skin is usually covered with leaves and natural dyes.
Alignment: A Rohorind halfling is often neutral. Typically, 50% of a tribe will be neutral-aligned, and 40% will share the alignment of the tribes leader. Like Forest Ridge halflings, Rohorind halflings tend to have no mercy or pity towards non-halflings, and they are fiercely loyal to each other within their tribe, but unlike the halflings of the Forest Ridge, they often war with other halfling tribes.
Rohorind Halfling Lore
Characters with ranks in Knowledge (local [Rohorind Forest]) can learn more about Rohorind halflings. When a character makes a successful skill check, the following lore is revealed, including the information from lower DCs.
Knowledge (Local [Rohorind Forest])
11 This is a halfling, a savage humanoid that belongs to the Rohorind tribe. This result reveals all humanoid traits.
16 Most people are wary to enter the Rohorind forest because of the halfling snipers and dragonfly riders that dwell in the woods.
21 Most halflings employ poisons from the creatures that inhabit their domain
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