These are available upon creation.
These are not available upon creation, but can be converted to at any guildmaster by using the Guild command.
These are not valid guilds, due to alignment or racial restrictions.
These mighty creatures, known for their imposing presence, often crossed paths with the hill demi-giants who shared their affinity for these expansive landscapes.While the minotaurs and hill demi-giants both roamed the plains, it was the minotaurs who possessed a unique advantage – a resilience that allowed them to thrive in the harsh winter seasons that gripped the northern reaches of Aelisus. Drawn to the challenges of colder climes, they established settlements further north, where they learned to adapt and prosper in the face of the unforgiving elements.
At around 9-10 feet tall they are taller than humans and shorter than most demi-giants.
No known hometown.
Minotaurs are not a deeply religious society as a whole.
Minotaurs have the upper body of a bull, and the form of a man. This means that minotaurs have snouts and horns atop their head. The curl of the horn differs from minotaur to minotaur - some curl upwards, while others curl outwards. Minotaurs are covered with fur from the top of the shoulders and up, and also from midshin down. They do not have human feet, but hooves. The amount of hair and fur on the torso will vary depending on where the minotaur is from, some will be more covered with more fur than others on their humanoid torso. Minotaurs are able to use their defining horns to improve their ability to charge, for those who choose a class that can.
Minotaurs live in groupings called herds, and can often be found traveling in plains, mountain landscapes or deserts. The Leader of the herd is often the most aggressive and powerful male, though rarely an elder male who is no longer the strongest is able to maintain leadership until he passes. They are a combative race and very quick to ire. Minotaurs take much pride in their horns, and in certain circles, their horns are related to fertility. Promiscuity runs rampant in the men, with each Bull never pledging himself to a single female. Despite their bovine appearance, one of the most egregious insults to a Minotaur is "Cow". With their foul temper, they have been known to strike down anyone making this mistake with hardly a word spoken. Minotaurs are fond of piercings, wearing the nose ring as a sign of reaching maturity. Some minotaurs forego this practice, believing it to be archaic.
Relationships with Other Races:
Minotaurs tend to get along with Giants and Ogres quite well due to their common propensity for combat. They also have moderately good relations with slith and panthera, feeling these races to be kindred spirits due to the animal-like humanoid appearances.