Another early species of Calsin, ogres are enormous creatures with brains that barely serve to match their body size. Throughout their entire history, they've simply served as slaves, never bothering to take on a culture of their own. That's not to say that they're animals, as conversations can easily be had with them. That said, the conversations are often described as talking to a child, a fact that simply frustrates most people.
Shortly after the orcs sacked the elves and charged north, they ran into the giants for what was probably the thousandth time. As always, viewing the orcs as vermin to be crushed, the giants began tearing through the orcish lines, killing thousands of them. In desperation, the orcs called out to their god, Nubierd, for salvation. In response, he created the ogres, enormous beings designed to serve as slaves to the warmongers. Had the orcs used the ogres with any amount of sense, it is likely that they could have demolished the giants once and for all. Instead, they simply took their new gifts and led a charge into the heart of giant territory. The giants roundly stomped them, bringing the orcs to the brink of extinction. In exchange for the cessation of hostility, the orcs offered the ogres as the giants' own slaves. The giants agreed to the deal, and the ogres remain as slaves to the giants to this day.
Height: - 40-50 feet
Unusual Characteristics: - Ogres more or less resemble large blobs of fat that vaguely take on a humanoid form. - Their skin is nearly invulnerable to all forms of attack, making them valuable allies on the battlefield. - 3 fingers on each hand, making it even more difficult for ogres to master advanced skills.
Coloring: - Grey-black.
Lifespan: - 80-100 years
Magic: - Blood Magic
Worshiped gods: - Probably whoever they're currently enslaved by, though they struggle to understand the concept of a god.
Other notes: - Several experiments have been performed where ogres were taken from captivity and placed in situations where they didn't have to serve as slaves. In most cases, the ogre continued to ask for tasks until someone gave in and began ordering it around. In other cases, where everyone refused to give it orders, the ogre became hostile and began rampaging until someone killed it.