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100 Dwarves for Aysle

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This supplement has 100 briefly described dwarves that can be used in a game of Torg: Eternity. The dwarves cover a range of personalities and beliefs and can be found in different places; they can be used as allies, random encounters or potentially even foes.

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  • Caitrìona Siosal: Caitrìona is one of those dwarves who seeks a glorious death in battle against Uthorion's forces, though they also want to make sure their death is both glorious and useful; Caitrìona has no desire to fall in battle for no purpose. They constantly volunteer for dangerous missions, and will take point when entering and bring up the rear when leaving, especially if the latter is whilst under fire. Sooner or later, Caitrìona is more than likely going to achieve the death they are seeking so ardently.
  • Carwen Voiles: The dwarves that are present on Core Earth now are all that remains of the dwarves of Aysle, or at least so most believe. Carwen is one who doesn't necessarily agree with this statement, and wants to lead an expedition back to Aysle to see if there are still surviving dwarves back in their home cosm. Most believe that such an expedition would be futile and would just lead to more dwarven deaths, especially as the Land Between is much more dangerous to travel through than it used to be. This hasn't dissuaded the dwarf from their goal, though.
  • Cennydd Meylor: Cennydd is a dwarf who has been tinkering with new designs for ranged weapons, using some of the ideas from Core Earth. In particular, they are fascinated with the idea of firearms. Though such are not possible under Aysle's axioms, Cennydd believes that perhaps something similar could be fashioned that would work, perhaps using such as springs, air power or even steam to propel a projectile. Given the need to ensure that such a device will work in Aysle, Cennydd spends most of their time outside of Core Earth, except when performing research.
  • Ceredig Arthur: Ceredig is a dwarven smith who has become fascinated with modern metals, though such of course cannot be made in Ayslish zones. This hasn't stopped Ceredig from looking further into the matter, however; they do have a belief that it might be possible to make the equivalent of modern metals through the use of magic, getting around the problems caused by Aysle's low tech axiom. The dwarf believes that, if they can do enough research, they could make something modern that is technically magical in nature, rather than technological.
  • Carwen Belvin: Carwen believes that the dwarven folk are doomed, given that they have lost their homelands and almost all of the dwarves have been wiped out. They feel that nothing the dwarves do can bring their folk back from the brink, and that they should stop trying. Not that Carwen has given up on life, or on fighting Uthorion; they are just more of the opinion that it is better for the dwarves as a folk to go out in a blaze of glory that will be sung about for years rather than slowly wither and die away.


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