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Even then, the elf-orc will find himself tortured and ridiculed on a regular basis for his relation to hated elves.
Even half-orcs find themselves treated better than these poor creatures. An elf-orc will be pitied at best by fellow elves and at worst regarded with fear or suspicion.
It is not unknown for elves to jump to conclusion about these relatives of the hated orcs and sometimes fear will lead to capture and torture although it is rare for elves to be so callous as to kill an elf-orc without proof that they actually mean them some harm.
Dwarves will not attack an elf-orc on sight. As a fair minded, lawful good race dwarves do not make such rash decisions and often grant individual elf-orcs the opportunity to prove themselves.
In human lands, the elf-orc is treated no worse than a half-orc and in many cases they are regarded more highly due their somewhat more attractive appearance.
The fact that neither of their parents is human sometimes works in their favor under these conditions. Humans are wary of half-orcs or half-elves feeling that they are impure humans.
The elf-orc can be regarded as just another race and thus find some acceptance in human lands. Half-orcs and half-elves sometimes get along with elf-orcs, understanding much of what they went through due to being a half-breed and seeing the disdain of their kinsmen for who and what they are.
Gnomes tend to be slightly suspicious of elf-orcs but no more so than with any of the tall races and sometimes an elf-orc who enjoys a good joke makes great friends among the Gnome people who will protect him from the mistreatment he receives at the hands of others.
Halflings have no special regard or hatred for the elf-orc and take them on a case-by-case basis.
A helpful elf-orc can sometimes find acceptance among a halfling community who may use him as a helpful mercenary to defend their homes or as a helpful laborer doing in a single day what it would take a Halfling to do in a week.
The savage humanoids greatly enjoy finding the odd elf-orc abandoned in the wilderness or one who has reached maturity and has escaped from either his orc or elven life to find a place to fit in.
Elf-orcs are strong and agile and even though they lack stamina, this combined with their wild orc nature and elven affinity for magic makes them a valuable combatant.
Many elf-orcs find themselves taken in by such groups who take advantage of their tortured background and hire them on as mercenaries either for fighter or magic support, sometimes as both.
While not the happiest life, the elf-orc typically finds himself treated better by other savage humanoids than either by elves or orcs and not knowing any better will settle into this life and sometimes even finds himself eventually leading a tribe of another race.
The Elf-orc almost always takes after chaos due to the heritage of both of its parents. An elf-orc raised by orcs or savage humanoids tends towards evil whereas one raised by elves tends towards good.
If raised in human lands, the elf-orc has no predisposition towards good or evil although a large proportion of these become chaotic neutral.
In some special cases, elf-orcs have been known to be lawful if raised by humans of extreme moral stature.
There is even a story of one that became a Paladin…. Elf-orcs have no land of their own although individual elf-orcs who rise to stature among the savage humanoids or in human communities sometimes either conquer some land or purchase it.
These elf-orcs tend to make such places open to members of all their kind so that the elf-orcs have a place to congregate and be with others like themselves.
Still, there are always rumors among the orcs, elves, and dwarves that the elf-orcs are planning a Kingdom of their own and agents of each of those communities watch elf-orc gathering places for the slightest hint that this might be true.
Elf-orcs tend towards atheism feeling that the patrons of both of their parents have turned their backs upon them.
Some elf-orcs raised by orcs find that they gain some favor with Gruumsh if they spend their lives constantly trying to purge any signs of the elf stain from their bodies and by killing as many elves as they can in their unusually long lives.
Such elf-orcs become horribly scarred and tend to start wearing animal skins all over their body to mask their limited body hair by orc standards.
Many of these elf-orcs attempt to go through the ritual to become an Eye of Gruumsh but due to their elven nature, this ritual is usually made more brutal for these initiates and thus only one elf-orc has ever been on record to become an Eye of Gruumsh.
Some elf-orcs can gain favor with Luthic or Yurtrus as those gods care more about who can further their divine portfolios than whether or not they are full orcs.
Shargaas is the only orc god that shows any favor to the elf-orc much as he does with half-orcs. Their usually high dexterity makes them efficient thieves and assassins something that he finds very useful although he also approves of their mistreatment by other orcs as he feels that this helps to build character.
Shargaas is also the only orc god who allows elf-orcs to enter his clergy. Corellan Larethian pities elf-orcs who have fallen so much farther from grace than an ordinary half-elf.
Several minor elven deities are accepting of elf-orcs. Deep Sashelas does not share Corellon Larethians hatred of the orcs for they do not have a record of despoiling his oceans.
Thus, elf-orcs are welcome in his temples. Fenmarel Mestarine as the elven god of outcasts also accepts elf-orcs especially wild elf-orcs although he despises all Drorcs.
In addition, Lolth, the spider goddess of the Drow has some admiration for the battle prowess of the elf-orcs and more than a few Drow have taken elf-orcs in to live amongst them.
Elf-orcs who find themselves in human lands favor human gods with many serving Olidammara, god of Rogues, seeing a god who favors those who rely on their own devices.
Kord is another favorite among elf-orcs who appreciate a god that likes a good brawl. Nazarn although an ascended half-orc does not limit himself to only that race and thus more than a few elf-orc warriors count him as their patron.
Elf-orcs with an evil bent favor Erythnul, god of slaughter, and find that worshipping him is a means to getting back at those who have made their lives so painful.
One day he meets a lost Elf who claims that she's lost, because she was searching for an Orc to violate her. She seems pretty persistent and will do anything to get violated.
Will this young Orc be able to hold up to his promise or will he fail. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter.
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