Minotaur

Definition

A Minotaur is a mythical creature with the body of a man and the head (and often feet) of a bull. The most well known tale is the Greek myth of Theseus in the Labyrinth. Minotaurs are typically very big, strong and powerful, but not necessarily very smart, although they can be quite cunning at times. They tend to favor solving problems using their strength rather than their brains, which gives them a reputation for violence and bloodshed.

Hollow-specifics:
All minotaur characters are male. They must breed with females of other races in order to reproduce, and all children from these unions are male minotaurs.

Elinon-specifics:
Minotaurs are lawful, raised to believe in a strict code of honor. They will go to great lengths to die in battle, even if they must challenge one of their own to do so.

Playing Tips & Tricks

  • Know what your character looks like. Color of fur (brown and black are the most common), eyes, horn style/length/sharpness, etc.
  • Give him some bull-like mannerisms. Scratching his horns on trees or posts. Lowering his head as if we going to gore someone. Something unique.
  • What codes or beliefs does he live by?

Known Minotaurs

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