they are shark men den
they are shark men den
Dammm they are ugly, on the other hand, they do look like they could bite a Kypiq in half .
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"With very few professions such as blacksmithing or lumberjacking requiring strong upper bodies, and with no standing army necessary to protect them, the To'resk have evolved to be one of the weaker tribes physically"
I'm sorry, but they do not look weak at all.
i made a picture: In the top we see a male and female body who are physically weak (from the size of their muscles) under them we see two very physically strong people who I think the To'resk look most like.
(though even the top female body might have "strong" arms, when people say weak I think of arms like these):
Finally, while the To'resk hold true to their ancestors and continue to uphold their belief in the Qin, the To'resk have abandoned their faith in favor of the Two-Fold Queen, and the To'resk find it apropos that desert is the root of deserter.
I think this is a mistake at the end....
Physical section updated to read:
"With very few professions such as blacksmithing or lumberjacking requiring strong upper bodies, and with no standing army necessary to protect them, the To'resk have evolved to be one of the less physical tribes. That said, their food supply is typically made of grains, fruits, and lean meats, keeping them fit and free of excess body fat."
And I've fixed the error in the last paragraph. Indeed, it is The Weard that have abandoned their Qindred roots.
They still look extremely physical.
Are all these tribe pictures examples of physically strong members of the tribes or the average?
The physicality of each tribe is not set in stone, and the attribute modifiers we use only determine how easy or difficult it is for a member of a tribe to raise or lower their attributes.
With sufficient effort, virtually any tribe can be made strong or physically fit.
If it helps you look past the concept art, know that the sample concept is of members of the Teeth of the To'resk, the small retinue of guards the protect the nobility and aristocracy. So yes, they're on the stronger side of the To'resk.
Oh! Well that explains it quite well Caspian.
Gotta love the talky talky shark men
Love the reading as usual. But this one is not my kind of tribe.
shark, no...they are Vietnamese buffy vampires.
I'm not going to lie, I'm a little dissapointed in these guys. Fundamentally they are everything I wanted but nothing about them sounds good. I liked the lore since you name dropped a lot of new gods in it but even then everything turns me off from them. It sounds like a wattered down Mydarri to me that is uglier. Not a fan...I just wanted Mydarri. :'(
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Actually, if you were to ask the Brudvir what animals reincarnate as To'resk, they'd tell you alligators.
Like alligators, the To'resk are patient, watchful, and opportunistic. They tend to avoid direct conflict unless they're sure they can win, and while not as big as many of the other creatures in the wetlands, their number and hidden interest makes them dangerous.
For me personally, I quite enjoyed working on the To'resk. Their social skills, half-truths, and masked motivations make them among the best at playing the Dance of Dynasties, and they've securely positioned themselves as central traders between the northern and southern tribes.
I think the To'resk will ultimately be economic and political power-houses, but players' individual success with the To'resk will depend on their own understanding of the Dance and their ability to arrange productive marriages and gain access to valuable land.