Lupin physical description

Lupin physical description

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Built as a humanoid with the heads of dogs, many creatures mistake lupins for gnolls from a distance. A short coat of fur covers a lupin from head to toe, while longer, silkier hair grows from the top of their heads. A lupin’s body fur tends to be monochromatic, ranging from a light gray through all the shades of brown to black, with occasional lupins sporting coats of brick red or golden yellow. Extraordinarily rare white-coated lupins do exist, but few members of other races ever see them. Some lupins have a lighter shade of their body fur on their muzzle, ears, and around their eyes, while their head hair tends toward slightly darker shades. White muzzle fur and head hair mark lupin elders.

Thick, leathery skin covers the palms of lupin hands and the soles of their feet, and they usually keep their clawlike fingernails and toenails cut short. Lupins have short, nonprehensile tails that they sometimes have difficulty controlling (especially when anxious or excited).

Lupin physical description

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