Duergar: also called Gray Dwarves, live deep in the Underdark. They are thinner than other Dwarves, and have medium to dark gray hair and skin. Although player character Duergar may be of any alignment, Duergar are known to be almost exclusively lawful evil, and will be suspected by other characters. These Dwarves avoid daylight, and avoid being on the surface except at night and on the gloomiest days.

Gully Dwarves: are lighter than most, thinner, with narrower limbs and fingers, but commonly pot bellies. Although they are physically similar to other Dwarves, they are often covered with boils, scars, sores, and filth, since they have no sense of personal cleanliness. They develop wrinkles very quickly after about age twenty-five. Skin colors run from olive brown to light parchment to dirty gray-brown, sometimes splotched or mottled. Males wear full long scruffy beards, and females have heavy pork-chop sideburns but no hair on the chin. Hair color varies, including dirty blond, brown, rust, gray, and dull black, with eyes of watery blue, dull green, brown, or hazel.

These creatures are incredibly stupid, proud of their meager abilities, and very durable and survivable. They regard cowardice a virtue, and raise groveling to an art form. They can distinguish one from many, but have no number system, and cannot distinguish few from many, using “two” for any number greater than one. Similarly, they regard their own needs as paramount, their own people as highly important, and their own tasks as pivotal in the grand scheme of things. Since they regard other races as, well, not exactly inferior, but not quite up to themselves, it is not possible to persuade them of their own faults.

Hill Dwarves:

Mountan Dwarves:


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