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2 : Ogres And Humans

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2 : Ogres and Humans

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Foul, inbred, brutish creatures that manage to give the already loathed giantkind a bad name, ogres are savage beyond words and find mirth in the most shocking acts of cruelty. A blight on any land they inhabit, ogres are unrepentantly evil, not for any philosophical or moral reason, but for the sheer, repugnant joy of it.[citation needed]

Inbred mountains of monstrous muscles, ogres are terrifying in their appearance. Even the smallest of these hulking brutes stands at least eight feet tall, while some legends put the largest ogres at over fourteen feet tall. Humanoid in form, their bodies seem hideously distorted and unpleasant as measured by almost any standard of beauty. Ogre legs are too stumpy for their massive forms, resulting in a ridiculous hobble which unfortunately does not diminish their speed. The ogre's upper torso is well-muscled and covered in matted, sweaty body hair. Ogres possess disproportionately long arms compared to humans, giving them an ape-like appearance. Their faces appear puffy and bloated, with eyes far too small for their swollen countenances. They have large mouths lined with broken teeth that are nonetheless capable of tearing raw flesh from bone. Thanks to countless generations of inbreeding, each ogre possesses its own unique deformities. These degenerate mutations only increase the ogre's already terrifying visage.[1]

Ogres dwell in the dark shadows and dank caves of many of Golarion's mountain ranges. They are more common in the mountain ranges that are wilder and less settled, including many border mountain chains like the Menador Mountains[2]. Ogres are a particular threat in the untamed mountain ranges of Varisia, home to the most bloodthirsty tribe of ogres in all of Avistan: the notorious Kreegs. The Kreegs dwell in the shadow of Hook Mountain in the Iron Peaks[3] and are regarded for their bloodthirsty nature and their use of the cruel ogre hook. These ogres are supposedly descendants of the Mage Kings of the Wyvern Mountains who had ruled the area since the fall of ancient Thassilon. Rumours exist of a tribe of jet-black-skinned ogres in the depths of the Mwangi Expanse who are less savagely cruel than their northern, Avistani kin. Not only are they less barbaric, but some also allege that they even sell their services to certain Mwangi tribes as mercenaries for hire.[4]

Ogres are the result of breeding between greater giants and men that soon degenerated into savage, bestial imitations of both. This original pairing of man and giant must have happened in ancient times, for ogres have been a menace to civilisation as long as anyone can remember.[5] Ogre barbarism is furthered by the rampant incest that defines their tribes. Some ogres regress so far that they become completely incapable of even the most basic rational thought; such monstrous incarnations of rage are known as degenerate ogres. On the rare occasions when ogres vent their carnal lust on other species, they often force themselves upon terrified human victims, resulting in the horrifying ogrekin. When ogre blood mixes with human, it infects that family like a virus; any human bloodline sullied by ogre blood will never be the same again. Female ogres are almost constantly pregnant, and this rapid birthrate helps counteract the constant attrition of vengeful soldiers, ogre-slaying adventurers, and ogrekind's own violent natures. Ogre children reach their full size within six years, although the child-like glee ogres evince when smashing bodies and breaking bones make some wonder if they ever reach mental maturity. This rapid physical development is a necessity as few ogres live to even thirty years of age. Since ogres almost always meet a violent end, their natural lifespan is unknown. Ogres are nocturnal creatures, and while the sun does not damage them (like the undead) or impede their vision (like orcs), they still hate daylight.[1]

One tradition common to most ogre tribes is the skull hunt. When a male ogre reaches puberty, he is sent out to gather skulls in a night of murder and mayhem. These skull hunts take place on the night of a full moon, allowing the victims to see the ogre's approach. The number of skulls taken often determines the young ogre's rank within the tribe. Most ogre tribes wreak their greatest havoc during the spring months before the hated sun of the summer months rises to its full prominence. During these spring months ogres descend into the lands of civilised people, often slaughtering entire villages in night-long orgies of destruction and killing. Ogres still regularly raid neighbouring lands during the rest of the year for food and supplies, as well as for the sheer fun of it.[6] Because ogres are both lazy and very impatient, they lack skilled craftsmen among their ranks. Instead, they steal what they want from smaller, weaker races who cannot protect themselves.[7] Ogres have been known to occasionally form alliances of convenience with flocks of harpies who find ogres useful protection and too brutish to be worth tormenting and eating.[8]

In the meantime Meki is seen sitting next to the tree log, left after the tree was cut. The ogre girl asks the stranger if he is the notorious demon hunter who is travelling, slaying all Oni in his path. He is surprised that she has heard of him, but then asks her why are they attacking the city. Meki answers that the humans have cut trees and moved stones from one place to another to build the castle and tells him that humanity are the enemy of her kind. He accuses her that her love for nature stems from the anger caused by her losing her land and therefore it is revenge. Finally 5 minutes passes and the Oni has recharged her power. She attacks him saying that he is a threat and she must get rid of him. He laughs and tells her that she is free to try. Back in the city Sett tells Sally that she is also a threat and proceeds to use his kihou, but much to his shock Sally manages to survive. She then look around herself as if she hasn't realised that there was an explosion, and tells the ogre that she can't let him do it again. She takes her sword out and slash her enemy, defeating him in the process, but then passes out.

Half-ogres had a height somewhere between that of a human and an ogre and taller than a half-orc,[2] often between seven and eight feet (210 and 240 centimeters).[4] They usually weighed between 315 and 425 pounds (143 and 193 kilograms).[4]

Half-ogres were generally thought of as large, strong, and stupid among human civilizations, but considered exactly the opposite way by ogre tribes.[3] They were especially not trusted by dwarves or gnomes, because of their ancestry.[2]

Ogres, along with other Immortals, began reappearing in the Eastern Lands around 449 HE[2]. Although many Ogres fought and stole from humans, other clans merely wanted to find a place to settle down and farm. Some Ogres love farming, and they did not have enough space to farm in the Divine Realms.

The nobles of Fief Dunlath, during their rebellion against King Jonathan in 450 HE[3], were using Ogres along with humans as slave labor in their illegal Black Opal mines. The ogres joined with humans, animals, and other immortals in the revolt against Dunlath's masters. The ogre Iakoju befriended Daine and others in the revolt.

Shrek is a gigantic, green-skinned, physically intimidating ogre with a Scottish accent. In Shrek Forever After, it is revealed that he is much smaller than the average ogre. Even though much of his past is unknown, according to Shrek the Musical, it is revealed that Shrek was sent away by his parents on his seventh birthday, because it was a tradition among all ogres. (The original book also has his parents evicting from their swamp.) He is seen traveling alone, being either screamed at or teased by passers-by. The only time he receives a pleasant greeting is a wave from a young Fiona, who is promptly led away by her parents. In the book, his parents threw him away from the dark hole where he had hatched.

Shrek lived alone in a swamp in the middle of the forest. At first, he appears to like his privacy and enjoys scaring people, but never harmed them. He enjoyed his own life at his home like taking mud baths, brushing his teeth with bug paste to make breath nastier and stinkier, and farting in his pool. Even though his background is unknown, it is assumed that most ogres harm people, although Shrek wasn't violent yet he was still thought of as an evil, intimidating, and hideous ogre to most. He does woodwork sometimes.

Throughout the rest of the trip back Fiona warms up to Shrek and Donkey, and Shrek begins to fall in love with Fiona. After stopping to camp at an old mill, Shrek and Fiona make dinner and almost share a kiss. However, Donkey points out that sun is setting causing Fiona to quickly retire into the mill. When bringing her a flower that evening to confess his true feelings, Shrek overhears Fiona talking to Donkey about how no one could love an ugly monster (she is really talking about herself as an ogress). This caused Shrek to falsely think thinks she's talking about him. Enraged and hurt, he goes and brings Farquaad who takes her to his castle. As promised, Shrek gets his swamp back and he is by himself once again. Donkey tries to explain what happened the night before, but Shrek thought he was talking about him behind his back and yells at him in anger and leaves him behind. Despite getting back his privacy, however, Shrek began to miss Fiona. Upon encountering Donkey, and after an intense argument, he apologizes to him, after the latter reveals that Fiona wasn't talking about him. With their friendship mended, They rode Dragon (whom Donkey started a relationship with) to Duloc. 041b061a72


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