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Gallery: Scro of Dukagsh

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These pictures have all served as sources of inspiration for my image of the characters.  Source: Google, DeviantArt, Elfwood, Tumblr, Wizards Forums.  If you know who the artist is who created any of these images, please let me know so … Continue reading

A Common Orc

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Gor’tar (Officer) Thorgir of the Clan Bloodfist took his zabbak’tarr (Rite of Passage: literal translation “rite of the warrior”) as a common orc of the Doomspear Clan, but soon after became a thrall to the Bloodfists in a failed raid for commoner women.  Dorin Bloodfist saw great potential in the young orcish Doomspear and spared him if he agreed to become a thrall for 10 years.  The Clan Chieftain felt that 10 years would give them enough time to ensure the young man’s integrity, and he was right.

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Karr’Tahl the Controller and the Book of the Law

Worldbuilding – some important info about the goblins of the Scro Empire!

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A great deal of legend surrounds Karr’Tahl the Controller and his Book of the Law.  People tend to think so little of goblins, that most reasonable scholars believe Karr’Tahl was probably a hobgoblin, orc, or human who dominated a goblin tribe.  Nothing could be further from the truth!

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Ancient warrior myths help veterans fight PTSD – Yahoo News

http://news.yahoo.com/ancient-myth-helps-veterans-battle-ptsd-153531485.html

It shouldn’t be any surprise that PTSD is an ancient condition, one as old as war. Some modern psychologists are seeking to take the war out of our veterans by looking to our mythology. My feeling – why the hell didn’t anybody think of this before?