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8th May '16 8:13:26 PM Theriocephalus
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* '''Crafty''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]], villainous RatMen): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.

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* '''Crafty''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]], villainous RatMen): sometimes [[RatMen Rat Man]]): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.
8th May '16 8:12:22 PM Theriocephalus
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* '''Crafty''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]]): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.

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* '''Crafty''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]]): Goblin]], villainous RatMen): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.
2nd May '16 9:17:56 AM Theriocephalus
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** Tauren: Savage, but in looks only
** Undead: Eldritch
** Blood Elves: Fallen

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** Tauren: Savage, but in looks only
only.
** Undead: Eldritch
Eldritch.
** Blood Elves: FallenFallen.



** Trolls: A hybrid of Crafty, Savage (their [[TheBerserker Berserkers]] and style of fighting)

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** Trolls: A hybrid of Crafty, Savage (their [[TheBerserker Berserkers]] and style of fighting)fighting).



** Humans: Humanoid
** Night Elves: Fallen
** Gnomes: Crafty
** Draenei: Eldritch
** Worgen: Savage

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** Humans: Humanoid
Humanoid.
** Night Elves: Fallen
Fallen.
** Gnomes: Crafty
Crafty.
** Draenei: Eldritch
Eldritch.
** Worgen: SavageSavage.



** Savage - Brutes, Hunters

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** Savage - Brutes, HuntersHunters.



** Crafty - Jackals, [[HiveMind Drones]]

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** Crafty - Jackals, [[HiveMind Drones]]Drones]].



* VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI The original/RotZ era beastmen fit this, barring the new types in the further expansions.
** Savage: Orcs, duh. Sahagins are an aquatic version of orcs for the most part.

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* VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI The original/RotZ original/[=RotZ=] era beastmen fit this, barring the new types in the further expansions.
** Savage: Orcs, duh.as usual. Sahagins are an aquatic version of orcs for the most part.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'', there are
** Savage: Creepers, the now-deleted giants
** Eldritch: Endermen, Ghasts
** Humanoid: Zombies
** Fallen: Skeletons
** Crafty: Slimes, Spiders

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'', there are
are:
** Savage: Creepers, the now-deleted giants
giants.
** Eldritch: Endermen, Ghasts
Ghasts.
** Humanoid: Zombies
Zombies.
** Fallen: Skeletons
Skeletons.
** Crafty: Slimes, SpidersSpiders.



** Savage: Deathclaws, Super Mutants

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** Savage: Deathclaws, Super MutantsMutants.



** Savage: Trolls, Ogres, [[spoiler: Falmer]]
** Eldritch: Daedric Princes, Dragons
** Humanoid: Daedra worshipers and minor Daedra, Bandits
** Fallen: Vampires, Thalmor
** Crafty: Goblins and Rieklings

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** Savage: Trolls, Ogres, [[spoiler: Falmer]]
Falmer]].
** Eldritch: Daedric Princes, Dragons
Dragons.
** Humanoid: Daedra worshipers and minor Daedra, Bandits
bandits.
** Fallen: Vampires, Thalmor
Thalmor .
** Crafty: Goblins and RieklingsRieklings.



*** Humanoid: The Exile Humans
*** Fallen: The Mordesh
*** Savage: The Granok
*** Crafty: The Aurin

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*** Humanoid: The Exile Humans
Humans.
*** Fallen: The Mordesh
Mordesh.
*** Savage: The Granok
Granok.
*** Crafty: The AurinAurin.



*** Humanoid: The Cassians
*** Savage: The Draken
*** Fallen: The Mechari
*** Crafty: The Chua

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*** Humanoid: The Cassians
Cassians.
*** Savage: The Draken
Draken.
*** Fallen: The Mechari
Mechari.
*** Crafty: The ChuaChua.



** Humanoid: [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins.]] Murderous demon-worshipers (and [[InvasionOfTheBabySnatchers babysnatchers]]) with ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. Usually considered counterparts to the humans or dwarves.
** Crafty: Kobolds. Usually interpreted as UglyCute, they're very sneaky and regularly harass fortress by trying to steal anything they can get their hands on. Also Savage to an extent, as they're the most primitive of the above-ground civilizations.
** Savage: Subterranean animal-people. They live underground in scattered camps, and usually respond to a dwarf mining into their cavern with a volley of blowdarts.
** Eldritch: ''Plenty''. [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]], [[OurMonstersAreWeird randomly generated]] and obscenely powerful, live in Hell, waiting to be released and [[TheLegionsOfHell invade the world]], when not found leading goblin or human civilizations [[note]] ruling goblins through brute strength and humans through {{God Guise}}s[[/note]]. [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angels]] and [[DugTooDeep Forgotten Beasts]] also exist, and are likewise randomly generated and hostile, although angels are strictly sedentary and Forgotten Beasts very rare. TheUndead are also present, whether as hordes of zombies sent by {{necromancer}}s to swarm fortresses, intelligent, [[OmnicidalManiac life-hating]] husks animated by evil weather, or more unique ghosts and [[{{Mummy}} mummies]]. Finally, there are the Night Creatures, a catchall term for lesser horrors such as [[ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight boogeymen]],[[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent werebeasts]], and Night Trolls that kidnap non-goblins and [[BalefulPolymorph turn them into mates]]. [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Depending on how you look at it]], the player may count, too.

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** Humanoid: '''Humanoid''': [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins.]] Murderous demon-worshipers (and [[InvasionOfTheBabySnatchers babysnatchers]]) with ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. Usually considered counterparts to the humans or dwarves.
** Crafty: '''Crafty''': Kobolds. Usually interpreted as UglyCute, they're very sneaky and regularly harass fortress by trying to steal anything they can get their hands on. Also Savage to an extent, as they're the most primitive of the above-ground civilizations.
** Savage: '''Savage''': Subterranean animal-people. They live underground in scattered camps, and usually respond to a dwarf mining into their cavern with a volley of blowdarts.
** Eldritch: '''Eldritch''': ''Plenty''. [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]], [[OurMonstersAreWeird randomly generated]] and obscenely powerful, live in Hell, waiting to be released and [[TheLegionsOfHell invade the world]], when not found leading goblin or human civilizations [[note]] ruling goblins through brute strength and humans through {{God Guise}}s[[/note]]. [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angels]] and [[DugTooDeep Forgotten Beasts]] also exist, and are likewise randomly generated and hostile, although angels are strictly sedentary and Forgotten Beasts very rare. TheUndead are also present, whether as hordes of zombies sent by {{necromancer}}s to swarm fortresses, intelligent, [[OmnicidalManiac life-hating]] husks animated by evil weather, or more unique ghosts and [[{{Mummy}} mummies]]. Finally, there are the Night Creatures, a catchall term for lesser horrors such as [[ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight boogeymen]],[[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent werebeasts]], and Night Trolls that kidnap non-goblins and [[BalefulPolymorph turn them into mates]]. [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Depending on how you look at it]], the player may count, too.



** Eldritch: Demons

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** Eldritch: DemonsDemons, shapeless {{Energy Being}}s that feed on {{mana}} -- souls, essentially -- and can [[DemonicPossession possess]] mana-using creatures, horrifically warping their bodies in the process.



** Fallen: Ver'drowender such as [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=51 Nether summoners]], and their [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=58 Drowussu counterparts]].

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** Fallen: Ver'drowender Ver'drowendar such as [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=51 Nether summoners]], and their [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=58 Drowussu counterparts]].



** Savage: [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] are big, aggressive and brutish beings, with a culture composed almost entirely of violent frat boy stereotypes and near-animalistic Smaug-type loners. Most of the other types of monsters from the [[LostWoods Everfree Forest]] count as this, for similar reasons.
** Eldritch: [[{{Wendigo}} Windigos]], [[UncannyValley vaguely pony-like]] ice spirits who spread [[AnIcePerson ice]] and [[WeatherManipulation storms]] and [[EmotionEater feed on hate.]]
** Humanoid: [[ALoadOfBull The bison]] appeared to be this, as generic antagonists with little besides looks and culture to separate them from ponies, but it turned out [[GreyAndGreyMorality they are not exactly evil]] and eventually they learned to co-exist peacefully with the settler ponies.
** Fallen: [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]], shapeshifters who use their powers to replace and impersonate ponies and infiltrate target societies. Their powers, [[EmotionEater love-eating habits]] and bug-like appearance give them shades of the Eldritch.
** Crafty: [[TunnelKing Diamond Dogs]], who live in maze-like underground warrens and kidnap ponies [[MadeASlave to dig gems for them.]] Attacks tend to be answered with confusion tactics and swarms of {{Mooks}}.

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** Savage: '''Savage''': [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] are big, aggressive and brutish beings, with a culture composed almost entirely of violent frat boy stereotypes and near-animalistic Smaug-type loners. Most of the other types of monsters from the [[LostWoods Everfree Forest]] count as this, for similar reasons.
** Eldritch: '''Eldritch''': [[{{Wendigo}} Windigos]], [[UncannyValley vaguely pony-like]] ice spirits who spread [[AnIcePerson ice]] and [[WeatherManipulation storms]] and [[EmotionEater feed on hate.]]
** Humanoid: '''Humanoid''': [[ALoadOfBull The bison]] appeared to be this, as generic antagonists with little besides looks and culture to separate them from ponies, but it turned out [[GreyAndGreyMorality they are not exactly evil]] and eventually they learned to co-exist peacefully with the settler ponies.
** Fallen: '''Fallen''': [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]], shapeshifters who use their powers to replace and impersonate ponies and infiltrate target societies. Their powers, [[EmotionEater love-eating habits]] and bug-like appearance give them shades of the Eldritch.
** Crafty: '''Crafty''': [[TunnelKing Diamond Dogs]], who live in maze-like underground warrens and kidnap ponies [[MadeASlave to dig gems for them.]] Attacks tend to be answered with confusion tactics and swarms of {{Mooks}}.
2nd May '16 8:58:50 AM Theriocephalus
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* Savage ([[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orc]], [[OurOgresAreHungrier Ogre]], occasionally [[AllTrollsAreDifferent Troll]] or [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giant]]): Big, tough, and [[DumbMuscle usually not particularly bright]], these lot are generally a race of TheBrute. May have a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race]] or NobleSavage bent if cast sympathetically. Counterpart to the Stout.
* Eldritch ([[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demon]], [[TheUndead Undead]]): Powerful, dangerous and inherently magical, these are often the most frightening and inhuman race. They may have the most [[OurMonstersAreDifferent variety]] within them. Counterpart to the Fairy.
* Humanoid ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Hobgoblin]], BeastMan, sometimes orcs): Effectively humans, with a similar society and capabilities, but stranger looking and often foreign. Sometimes just [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans themselves]]. Counterpart to Mundane.
* Fallen ([[TheFairFolk Dark Elf]]): [[EvilIsSexy Good looking]], [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative]] [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing]] jerks who are downright proud of it. Usually live underground or in some other well-hidden area, specialise in stealth, sneakiness and ruthlessness. Dark mirror of the High Men. Like High Men, they're the most likely to be absent from the FantasyAxisOfEvil. An alternate depiction of the Fallen is as propagandists and diplomats of the Axis, whose mission is depicting the Dark Lord "with a human face" to unsuspecting schmucks (it's, of course, patently untrue, because the Fallen are still conniving, lying bastards).
* Crafty ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]]): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.

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* Savage '''Savage''' ([[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orc]], [[OurOgresAreHungrier Ogre]], occasionally [[AllTrollsAreDifferent Troll]] or [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giant]]): Big, tough, and [[DumbMuscle usually not particularly bright]], these lot are generally a race of TheBrute. May have a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud {{Proud Warrior Race]] Race|Guy}} or NobleSavage bent if cast sympathetically. Counterpart to the Stout.
Stout. When present in ScienceFiction settings, the Savage is usually a hostile alien {{Proud Warrior Race|Guy}} or a population technologically backwards primitives, whether aliens or a LostColony.
* Eldritch '''Eldritch''' ([[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demon]], [[TheUndead Undead]]): Powerful, dangerous and inherently magical, these are often the most frightening and inhuman race. They may have the most [[OurMonstersAreDifferent variety]] within them. Counterpart to the Fairy.
Fairy. In ScienceFiction settings, this role is usually taken by hostile StarfishAliens or the local HordeOfAlienLocusts.
* Humanoid '''Humanoid''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Hobgoblin]], BeastMan, sometimes orcs): Effectively humans, with a similar society and capabilities, but stranger looking and often foreign. Sometimes just [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans themselves]]. Counterpart to Mundane.
* Fallen '''Fallen''' ([[TheFairFolk Dark Elf]]): [[EvilIsSexy Good looking]], [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative]] [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstabbing]] jerks who are downright proud of it. Usually live underground or in some other well-hidden area, specialise in stealth, sneakiness and ruthlessness. Dark mirror of the High Men. Like High Men, they're the most likely to be absent from the FantasyAxisOfEvil. An alternate depiction of the Fallen is as propagandists and diplomats of the Axis, whose mission is depicting the Dark Lord "with a human face" to unsuspecting schmucks (it's, of course, patently untrue, because the Fallen are still conniving, lying bastards).
* Crafty '''Crafty''' ([[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblin]]): Small, numerous and often smart and cunning, otherwise they wouldn't still be around. These buggers are usually the most technically inclined group, with [[DeathTrap trap-filled]] lairs and warren-like fortresses but still tend to use ZergRush tactics. Often UglyCute. Counterpart to the Cute, of course.
20th Apr '16 7:51:06 PM Theriocephalus
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** Eldritch: ''Plenty''. [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]], [[OurMonstersAreWeird randomly generated]] and obscenely powerful, live in Hell, waiting to be released and [[TheLegionsOfHell invade the world]], when not found leading goblin or human civilizations [[note]] ruling goblins through brute strength and humans through {{God Guise}}s[[/note]]. [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angels]] and [[DugTooDeep Forgotten Beasts]] also exist, and are likewise randomly generated and hostile, although angels are strictly sedentary and Forgotten Beasts are very rare. TheUndead are also present, whether as hordes of zombies sent by {{necromancer}}s to swarm fortresses, intelligent, [[OmnicidalManiac life-hating]] husks animated by evil weather, or more unique ghosts and [[{{Mummy}} mummies]]. Finally, there are the Night Creatures, a catchall term for lesser horrors such as Night Trolls that kidnap non-goblins and [[BalefulPolymorph turn them into mates]], [[ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight boogeymen]], and [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent werebeasts.]] [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Depending on how you look at it]], the player may count, too.

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** Eldritch: ''Plenty''. [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demons]], [[OurMonstersAreWeird randomly generated]] and obscenely powerful, live in Hell, waiting to be released and [[TheLegionsOfHell invade the world]], when not found leading goblin or human civilizations [[note]] ruling goblins through brute strength and humans through {{God Guise}}s[[/note]]. [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Angels]] and [[DugTooDeep Forgotten Beasts]] also exist, and are likewise randomly generated and hostile, although angels are strictly sedentary and Forgotten Beasts are very rare. TheUndead are also present, whether as hordes of zombies sent by {{necromancer}}s to swarm fortresses, intelligent, [[OmnicidalManiac life-hating]] husks animated by evil weather, or more unique ghosts and [[{{Mummy}} mummies]]. Finally, there are the Night Creatures, a catchall term for lesser horrors such as [[ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight boogeymen]],[[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent werebeasts]], and Night Trolls that kidnap non-goblins and [[BalefulPolymorph turn them into mates]], [[ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight boogeymen]], and [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent werebeasts.]] mates]]. [[AlternateCharacterInterpretation Depending on how you look at it]], the player may count, too.



** Savage: [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=60 Orcs]], [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=47 Berserkers]].

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** Savage: [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=60 Orcs]], [[http://www.drowtales.com/worldsettingarchive.php?id=47 Berserkers]].Berserkers]], and the barbarians of the Black Sun Clans.



** Savage: [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] are uniformly portrayed as big, aggressive and brutish beings, and are rarely very bright. Most of the other types of monsters from the [[LostWoods Everfree Forest]] count as this, for similar reasons.

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** Savage: [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons]] are uniformly portrayed as big, aggressive and brutish beings, with a culture composed almost entirely of violent frat boy stereotypes and are rarely very bright.near-animalistic Smaug-type loners. Most of the other types of monsters from the [[LostWoods Everfree Forest]] count as this, for similar reasons.
20th Apr '16 7:42:04 PM Theriocephalus
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** Orcs are textbook Savages, along with slightly smarter (not saying much) goblins, the ever-hungry [[OurOgresAreDifferent Ogres]], and the inbred, brutal [[OurGiantsAreBigger giants.]]

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** {{O|ur Orcs Are Different}}rcs are textbook Savages, along with the slightly smarter (not that that's saying much) goblins, [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins]], the ever-hungry [[OurOgresAreDifferent Ogres]], and the inbred, brutal [[OurGiantsAreBigger giants.]]
26th Mar '16 5:57:18 PM jormis29
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** Eldritch and/or Humanoid - both the Lunarian ([[CreatorsPet Toyohime, Yorihime]], Kaguya, Eirin and Moon Rabbits like Reisen Inaba) and the Half-Ghost (Youmu, Youki) can fulfill both of those roles. Full ghosts (Mima, Yuyuko, Murasa) are more of the former than the latter, however.

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** Eldritch and/or Humanoid - both the Lunarian ([[CreatorsPet Toyohime, Yorihime]], Kaguya, Eirin and Moon Rabbits {{Moon Rabbit}}s like Reisen Inaba) and the Half-Ghost (Youmu, Youki) can fulfill both of those roles. Full ghosts (Mima, Yuyuko, Murasa) are more of the former than the latter, however.



** Crafty - the Kappa, i.e. Nitori

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** Crafty - the Kappa, {{Kappa}}, i.e. Nitori
13th Mar '16 4:42:48 PM Theriocephalus
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* Savage ([[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orc]], [[OurOgresAreHungrier Ogre]], maybe [[AllTrollsAreDifferent Troll]]): Big, tough, and [[DumbMuscle usually not particularly bright]], these lot are generally a race of TheBrute. May have a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race]] or NobleSavage bent if cast sympathetically. Counterpart to the Stout.

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* Savage ([[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orc]], [[OurOgresAreHungrier Ogre]], maybe occasionally [[AllTrollsAreDifferent Troll]]): Troll]] or [[OurGiantsAreBigger Giant]]): Big, tough, and [[DumbMuscle usually not particularly bright]], these lot are generally a race of TheBrute. May have a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race]] or NobleSavage bent if cast sympathetically. Counterpart to the Stout.



** Orcs: Crafty (in the case of Goblins) or Savage (humanoid and brutish)
** Trolls: Savage (the giant, brutish type)
** Black Númenóreans: Fallen. Assorted [[FallenAngel fallen Maiar]] such as Sauron, the balrogs, or the first dragons might also count, with some Eldritch elements.
** Evil humans (Haradrim and Easterlings): Humanoid (Uruk-hai could also count here, as it is theorised they are human/orc crossbreeds)
** Nazgûl: Eldritch (the closest thing to a "magic" race on the evil side, though they're closer to EliteMook or CoDragons status). It works better if you count the Barrow-Wights and the other Undead that the Witch-King commands as a single "race", together with whatever you get turned into if you get stabbed by a Morgul-blade and don't receive treatment in time.

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** Orcs: Crafty (in the case of Goblins) or Savage (humanoid '''Savage''': The Trolls, huge and brutish)
** Trolls: Savage (the giant,
brutish type)
beings of low intelligence (most are barely above animal intellect), easily outwitted but very dangerous up close.
** Black Númenóreans: Fallen. Assorted [[FallenAngel fallen Maiar]] such as Sauron, '''Eldritch''': The Nazgûl are the balrogs, or the first dragons might also count, with some Eldritch elements.
** Evil humans (Haradrim and Easterlings): Humanoid (Uruk-hai could also count here, as it is theorised they are human/orc crossbreeds)
** Nazgûl: Eldritch (the
closest thing to a "magic" race on the evil side, though they're closer to EliteMook or CoDragons status). status, being only nine. It works better if you count the Barrow-Wights and the other Undead undead that the Witch-King commands as a single "race", together with whatever you get turned into if you get stabbed by a Morgul-blade and don't receive treatment in time.time.
** '''Humanoid''': Evil humans such as the Corsairs, Haradrim and Easterlings. Also the Orcs, especially the (possibly [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]]) Uruk-Hai, generally lacking the strength, low intelligence and disorganization that qualifies Orcs as Savage in other works.
** '''Fallen''': Black Númenóreans, descended from evil men of [[{{Atlantis}} Númenór]] who escaped its death and threw in their lot with Sauron. Assorted [[FallenAngel fallen Maiar]] such as Sauron, the balrogs, or the first dragons, might also count, with some Eldritch elements.
** '''Crafty''': The Goblins of the deep tunnels and warrens beneath the Misty Mountains, generally responsible for a good deal of the bad guys’ technology--Tolkien describes them as making “no beautiful things, but many clever ones”--notably averting the EvilIsSterile employed elsewhere in the series.
7th Mar '16 1:07:31 PM Theriocephalus
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** Pentex are the Crafty, as they are the embodiment of IndustrializedEvil: an MegaCorp, who acts as TheCorrupter, whose hat are products which MayContainEvil.

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** Pentex are the Crafty, as they are the embodiment of IndustrializedEvil: an MegaCorp, who a MegaCorp that acts as TheCorrupter, whose hat are products which MayContainEvil.



** Humanoid: Humans in general, [[HumansAreFlawed though it's hard to blame them given the world they live in]]. [[TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil Hunters]] embody the flexibility and unpredictability portion, as well as [[WeHaveReserves their numbers]].

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** Humanoid: Humans in general, [[HumansAreFlawed though it's hard to blame them given the world they live in]]. In terms of playable factions, [[TabletopGame/HunterTheVigil Hunters]] embody are essentially regular humans fighting against the flexibility and unpredictability portion, as well as [[WeHaveReserves their numbers]].darkness, often taking the fight a [[HeWhoFightsMonsters little too far...]]
6th Mar '16 11:49:26 PM Unferth
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** Tzimisce are the Eldritch, as they are clans of MadScientist and EvilSorcerer types. Tzimisce clan unicue Discipline is Vicissitude, PsychicSurgery, which is used to inflict BodyHorror on both clan members (with PowerUpgradingTransformation abilities and other things) and enemies. They also get the hat for being easily the most strange and inhuman vampires. Also, Malkavian clan has shades of this with all their MadOracle tendencies.

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** Tzimisce are the Eldritch, as they are clans of MadScientist and EvilSorcerer types. Tzimisce clan unicue Discipline is Vicissitude, PsychicSurgery, which is used to inflict BodyHorror on both clan members (with PowerUpgradingTransformation PowerUpgradingDeformation abilities and other things) and enemies. They also get the hat for being easily the most strange and inhuman vampires. Also, Malkavian clan has shades of this with all their MadOracle tendencies.



** Lasombra, Ventrue and Salubri are the Fallen, with the latter has heavy shades of Savage. Lasombra and Ventrue are two whole Clans of [[ManipulatineBastard manipulative bastards]], [[SleazyPoliticians corrupt politicians]] and [[AristocratsAreEvil evil aristocrats]]. Salubri take the hat for switching from vamires' TokenGoodTeammate to little more then revenge-obscessed Sabbath's thugs.
** Finally, Tremere and Nosferatu are Crafty, the foemer being human [[MageTheAscension Mages]] artificially turned into vampires and using BloodMagic instead of core Disciplines, and the latter as a Clan of vampire hackers and spies.

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** Lasombra, Ventrue and Salubri are the Fallen, with the latter has heavy shades of Savage. Lasombra and Ventrue are two whole Clans of [[ManipulatineBastard [[ManipulativeBastard manipulative bastards]], [[SleazyPoliticians [[SleazyPolitician corrupt politicians]] and [[AristocratsAreEvil evil aristocrats]]. Salubri take the hat for switching from vamires' TokenGoodTeammate to little more then revenge-obscessed Sabbath's thugs.
** Finally, Tremere and Nosferatu are Crafty, the foemer former being human [[MageTheAscension Mages]] artificially turned into vampires and using BloodMagic instead of core Disciplines, and the latter as a Clan of vampire hackers and spies.
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