While the ferocity and danger of direwolves makes them somewhat of an omen to most, the diminutive goblins have an unusual bond with these savage creatures. While it is beyond the abilities of goblins to tame these beasts, a certain amount of respect can be achieved between the two if a daring goblin chooses to live among the wolves and care for a pup from a young age. Having recognized said goblin as one of their own, a direwolf may then permit the goblin to ride it.
The claws of a wolf are not generally regarded as being the more dangerous parts, but on a beast this large, they are thicker and longer than iron nails. Their riders smear a poison on the front set, not unlike that used by the orcish assassins, making a swipe from these beasts’ paws into a most deadly stroke.
|Advances from:||𐑜𐑭𐑚𐑤𐑦𐑯 𐑯𐑲𐑑|
Attacks (damage × count)
|𐑓𐑨𐑙𐑟||𐑚𐑤𐑱𐑛||9 × 4||𐑥𐑱𐑤𐑱|
|𐑒𐑤𐑷𐑟||𐑚𐑤𐑱𐑛||4 × 4||𐑥𐑱𐑤𐑱||(𐑐𐑶𐑟𐑩𐑯)|