Born with a boundless desire to see and experience the wonders of the world, warrels are long eared, fur covered creatures that seek to gain the most from their short lives. Aside from their easily identifiable ears, warrels are very well known for their jumping prowess, and are often seen bounding through the rigging of an airship or along the rooftops of houses. Originating from The Tangles, a larger cluster of earthbergs bound together by the magic of the fey creatures that inhabit them, warrels have spread to every corner of Sordane. They can be found across all facets of society eager to live in the present, experience life, and see more of the world.
From the day they are born, warrels are racing against the clock, learning to walk in the first week, speak within a month, and are joining hunting parties before they are a year old. They reach maturity at two years of age, and by the age twelve are already starting to gray; by the age of twenty most are but a memory. They are taught at a very young age that they are one of the shortest lived races which shapes their perception of their place in the world, and molds their interactions with others. With this in mind, warrels tend to wake and greet every day as its own adventure. One they attempt to cram the most into, as many believe each time they do or learn something new it may be the last time they do. The fact that their lives are so short has led warrels to become one of the most carefree races in Sordane, always seeking the thrill of life, as they know they will not be held accountable for long. For this reason however, one of their greatest fears is imprisonment; being locked away, and slowly dying in a cold barren room cut off from the rest of the world.
Aside from years in prison, almost all warrels care very little for the result of their actions, believing that a calm life is one not lived. They see value in living as an explorer, visiting dangerous lands and delving into the depths of Sordane, as even if it results in their death, they still experienced the thrill and wonder of life. Although it is extremely rare, some warrels choose to forgo adventure, finding their joy in settling down in society, surrounded by people. Regardless of what they choose, all warrels care very little for most of society's laws, seeing them as pointless restrictions on living. The only laws they follow with extreme fervor are those that could get them locked away for months or years at a time. Otherwise, their carefree attitude is known to occasionally get them and others into trouble, as a night or two in jail for a bar brawl is just part of enjoying life.
Scale: 32mm Non-Heroic
D&D Size Category (if applicable): Medium
This product was designed by Arcane Minis for their April 2023 release, Risky Racing. They are a group of very talented artists who create unique tabletop miniatures and fantasy airships. Unless otherwise noted, all Arcane Minis come with a flat, 3d-printed disc of the appropriate size to use as a base. We are proud to be an Arcane Minis licensed merchant.
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