The great, spiritual beings who lived in the North. Their bony clans, their towneships of bone; amongst the wintery planes of the northern hemisphere.
Gyrn stand from 2.5 – 3 meters tall, thick muscled; grey-skinned beings with bony plates along their chest; up their spine; from their elbows and knees. Bony plates grow from their heads as well; with different patterns of growth indicating different clans within their tribe.
The Gyrn society revolves around the sanctity of bones; they have a reverent relationship with their ancestors, whose very bones hold the memories of their lives. Gyrn dwellings are built from the growing (and shedding) bone formations of individuals. As Gyrn grow; the bone constructs grow stronger; with older growths eventually falling off, ‘molting’, as new growths come in.
Gyrn shamans are able to read the memories; even the talents from carrying the bones of their ancestors; temporarily gaining those skills through invocation.
Gyrn are extremely strong and durable, with bonuses to strength and constitution. They are also resistant to cold.
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