There is solid archeological evidence that the thri-kreen once claimed Stormreach as their own city. They established their own structures within the underground sections of giant ruins. What event destroyed their civilization is totally unknown.
In modern-day Stormreach, the thri-kreen make excellent guides for anyone wanting to explore the jungles or underneath the city. One reason for their aptitude as guides is their immunity to the Traveler's Curse.
Description & Personality
Thri-kreen are medium-sized humanoid figures resembling an anthropomorphized four-armed praying mantis. Their favorite environments are arid grasslands. As a general rule the thri-kreen like hot and dry weather.
Thri-kreen form strong bonds with other individuals, which they call clutch-mates. Thri-kreen don't trust anyone outside of this small group of friends.
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