Corrupted furbolg

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Corrupted Furbolg
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Faction/Affiliation
Character classes

Fighter, Warlock (presumed)

Racial capital
Racial mount

n/a

Homeworld
Language(s)
Average height

7'-8'4" (male), 6'8"-8' (female)

Alignment
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Corrupted furbolgs are furbolgs twisted into savage and violent versions of their more peaceful kin through the Burning Legion’s evil influence. They are hunched like their normal kin, standing about 9 feet tall and weighing between 300 and 400 pounds. They have strange markings in their fur and indulge in scarring and piercing to enhance their savage appearance. They are also known to decorate themselves in the remnants of those they have killed. Some corrupted furbolgs display additional demonic characteristics, such as horns, the ability to generate fire, and so on. These are unique individuals who often end up as the leaders of their own war parties. Unlike a standard furbolg, corrupted furbolgs are violent and survive by raiding and looting the communities they come across. They are willing to cooperate with other corrupted creatures to further the Burning Legion’s aims.[2]

Culture

Corrupted furbolgs have abandoned the worship of nature and with it the structures of their past. Instead, they are driven by the most powerful among them. Should more than one furbolg achieve power, the corrupted furbolg band will split into smaller groups and each will go its separate way. The ranks of the corrupted are filled by the taint of the Burning Legion. Corrupted furbolgs have no taboos against biting, and use their powerful jaws as weapons. They do not usually wear armor or use weapons. If possible, a corrupted furbolg will charge in preference to other maneuvers.[2]

Language

Corrupted furbolgs speak Ursine, and sometimes the Darnassian tongue.[1]

Tribes

See Furbolg article for corrupted furbolg tribes.

Wrath of the Lich King

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In the Grizzly Hills, two tribes of furbolg, the Frostpaw and the Redfang tribes have been corrupted by the Old God Yogg-Saron and constantly fight over ownership of Grizzlemaw.

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References

  1. ^ a b Borgstrom, Rebecca; Eric Brennan, Genevieve Cogman, and Michael Goodwin. Manual of Monsters, 46. ISBN 978-1588-4607-07. 
  2. ^ a b Borgstrom, Rebecca; Eric Brennan, Genevieve Cogman, and Michael Goodwin. Manual of Monsters, 46, 47. ISBN 978-1588-4607-07.