LE Large Fire Giant Humanoid
Senses Perception +18; low-light vision
Languages Common, Jotun
Skills Athletics +25, Crafting +22, Intimidation +23
Str +7, Dex +0, Con +5, Int +2, Wis +2, Cha +0
Items +1 Striking greatsword, +1 half plate, sack with 5 rocks
AC 31; Fort +23, Ref +16, Will +18
HP 175; Immunities fire; Weaknesses cold 10
Attack of Opportunity
Speed 25 feet
Melee greatsword +24 (magical, reach 10 feet, versatile P), Damage 2d12+13 slashing
Melee fist +23 (agile, reach 10 feet), Damage 2d8+13 bludgeoning
Ranged rock +23 (brutal, range increment 120 feet), Damage 2d8+13 bludgeoning plus 1d6 fire
Flaming Stroke (evocation, fire, primal) The fire giant imbues its blade with flames and makes a greatsword Strike with a -2 circumstance penalty against each creature in a 15-foot line. It makes only one attack roll and compares the result to each creature's AC. This Strike deals an additional 1d6 fire damage and counts as one attack for the fire giant's multiple attack penalty.
Throw Rock (fire) A rock thrown by a fire giant deals an additional 1d6 fire damage on a hit.
The most militaristic of all giants, fire giants focus obsessively on learning combat techniques, mastering the arts of forging weapons and armor, and finding new ways to dominate their enemies. As a result, their social and political structures are grounded firmly in martial hierarchies, with a strict emphasis on following the orders of one's superior, no matter if you are accountable to a lowly soldier or report to a powerful officer. As soon as a fire giant can walk, they are fitted with their first suit of forged armor. This armor is constantly remolded and replaced as the fire giant matures, both to ensure they are comfortable with steel against their skin and also to teach the giant as early as possible that they bear the burden of fighting to protect their traditions and way of life. To a fire giant, death is the flame in which the future is forged.
Fire giants are usually identified by their powerful stature, bright-orange hair that flickers and dances as if it were aflame, and heavy steel armor worn over garments of crimson, amber, or black. Most fire giants are covered in scars and refuse to conceal or obstruct them, as each jagged mark serves as a reminder of a valuable lesson they learned in battle. A typical fire giant stands 12 to 16 feet tall, weighs about 7,000 pounds, and lives to be 350 years old.