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[Labyrinth Lord] Bearfolk

Gummi Bears from left to right: Cubbi, Sunni, ...

What bearfolk might look like

Bearfolk
No. Enc.: 2d6 (6d6)
Alignment: Lawful
Movement: 60’ (20’)
Armor Class: 5
Hit Dice: 1
Attacks: 1 (weapon)
Damage: weapon
Save: D1
Morale: 8
Hoard Class: XX

This shy race lives mostly hidden away in the woods or in remote places in the mountains. For most other people in the land (maybe with the exception of the Elves) these folks are the stuff of legend. Nevertheless until very recently they ruled over large areas of the land, but went away when the big and honorless human people became too much to bear. Bearfolk resemble, and are related to, bears, albeit smaller than their wild relatives: a large member of the bearfolk might barely reach the shoulders of an average human. Bearfolk are inventive people, easily juggling both mechanics and magic and in some cases even mixing these both areas of study to create technological/magical miracles.

Yes, indeed. It’s Gummi Bears I’m talking about. Gummi Bears for Labyrinth Lord. In my opinion that series is way too underappreciated among fantasy fans. Because, seriously, it was one of the most fantastic fantasy series ever. It had magic, magic potions, ogres, dungeons, and a whole bunch of other stuff. And the animation is still pretty decent in comparison to a lot that came afterwards.

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2 responses to “[Labyrinth Lord] Bearfolk

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