Name: Tyberius ("tahy-BURR-ius")
Aliases: Tyber, Tibbers
Height: 130 meters when reared up
Weight: 380,000 tons
Description: Tyberius resembles a monstrous mix between a bear, a boar and a bull - a massive, mountainous mass of muscle covered in thick spotted brown fur. A long row of thicker fur runs from her muzzle to the tip of her tail, as well as along the back of her limbs and below her chin, throat and underbelly. Possessing beastly tusks pointing up from her lower jaw and adorned with two jutting horns threatening her foes' advance, Tyberius also has long mole-like claws she uses to burrow through the earth and her enemies' bodies equ
Alias: Furufeldur, Sprucepelt
Height: 30 feet
Weight: 300 tons
Description: Pinefur are burly, four-legged creatures that are half-plant and half-organic. Their backs and limbs are covered in pine needles, which they use as fur - hence their species’ name. Their underbellies are protected with wooden plates. Their paws possess three thick wooden claws that have blunted tips. Along their backs is a row of spikes resembling pine cones, which also adorn their tails in a club-like weapon. Pinefur are often seen surrounded with bees that make their home in their bodies. Pinefur are equally comfortable walking on all fours tha
Name: Spirit Beast
Height: Varies; typically between 20 and 40 feet
Info: Spirit Beasts are extremely rare beings that sometimes manifest in the physical world. Some say the Spirit Beasts are the wandering souls of deceased animals, but their true nature is, in fact, much closer to that of the great Beasts themselves. Spirit Beasts are nature spirits that do not have the power to take on a proper physical form as the Beasts are capable of. Instead, Spirit Beasts guard nature in what ways they can. They spend most of their time incorporeal, phasing in and out of the death realms to conserve and gather their strength. Spirit Beasts are more c
Height: 20 feet (males), 25 feet (females)
Description: Baersark are easily recognizable by the fact that they wear the pelt of a bear on their backs, with the head of the animal forming a helmet. Beyond their animal pelt, wristbands and armored fur kilts, the Baersark do not wear anything besides numerous bottles of mead, weapons and assorted trophies of past foes.
Info: Bjornskaren Baersark are Skallbor warriors who wander seemingly aimlessly across the snowy wastes and frozen forests. As eccentric as they are dangerous, they are downright obsessed with the idea of doing battle and eventually dying a glorious death. As the
Since the other one died from inactivity after 5 years of use, I made a new one.
Please feel free to join up if you at all like roleplaying. And invite whoever you know that might be interested. The more we have, the merrier.
Here's to another five years, hopefully. -chugs a mug a' mead-