Reputation - powerful and angry giant, 14 or less, extreme - Cost -20
Conversion Notes: This package represents the minimum abilities of a fog giant from the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
role playing game. This write-up uses Champions 5th edition rules.
Fog giants are large and muscular related to cloud giants. Their skin is pure white and hair.
The typical fog giant is 24' tall. The giants' have natural armor and can easily blend in with the fog.
Fog giants are proud of their strength and fighting skills, often playing games when on hunting forays in an attempt to
best one another. Their favorite such game is called copsi and consists of the giants pairing off to toss larger and
larger boulders to their partners until one of the pairs misses its throw.
The fog giant families live in caves, canyons, or thickets, in the most inaccessible areas of marsh, swamp, forest, or
coast. The men usually hunt in groups, ranging up to a dozen miles from their homes. The groups generally are formed of
giants of similar alignment.
By tradition, a young giant may not mate until he has obtained at least one large ornament of silver. Usually, the young
giant joins with several others in a quest to find one or acquire enough treasure to buy one.
Fog giants do not often mix well with other creatures or races, although they can often be persuaded to perform services
for a fee, or barter goods with groups of similar alignment. Fog giants will happily barter goods and services for refined
Territorial disputes sometimes flare up between groups, especially in times of bad hunting. Friendly disputes can
sometimes be resolved by a game of copsi or an arm-wrestling match. Fog giants fighting amongst themselves will generally
throw rocks and fist-fight, rather than use swords.
Fog giants are fond of all sorts of cooked meats, particularly hoofed creatures such as horses, cows, deer, elk, and centaur. They often cook meat by building a large fire, then impaling chunks of meat on their
swords and holding them over the open flame. Fog giants prefer fruits and sweets for dessert, and will also down large
quantities of spirits if available to them. They do not distill their own spirits or liquors. They also sometimes smoke
fresh milkweed pods in wooden pipes, though the taste is too bitter for humans and demihumans to enjoy.
Because of their size, fog giants consume a large quantity of food, and require a considerable territory per hunting group
to support themselves. The giants will often place territorial markers of boulders and logs to define the boundaries
between their hunting territories. They do not look kindly on anyone who tears down or moves these markers. Their regular
pathways are hard to hide, and are instead trapped with deadfalls of rocks and logs to discourage trespassers.