Ibixian

Ibixian

Goatfolk are powerfully built goatlike creatures that resemble satyrs. Unlike their hedonistic and mischievous
fey cousins, goatfolk are much more physically focused creatures who favor a barbarian lifestyle.
Goatfolk choose leaders by combat, and the strongest and most aggressive lead the pack. Thus, leadership is transitory
and prone to challenge. Both males and females assert themselves and hold these temporary positions of power.
These creatures call themselves ibixians, and races that deal regularly with them use the proper name, but colloquially,
they’ve been dubbed “goatfolk.”

An ibixian loves to brawl with or alongside others of its kind.

 

Goatfolk speak Common and their own language, Ibixian. The ibixian can either worship the god Silvanus or the evil god Malar.

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