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Memory-beta

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A dwarf was a term for a person of diminuative stature. On Earth, the term was most used in folk tales and myths to describe small, bearded people.

In 2294 a bald Kartoan dwarf performed with the Deltan Duo at the Flag and Grog. (TOS novel: The Fearful Summons)


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Dwarf (Character Race) article)

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

For other articles with related titles, see Category:Dwarf.
from in-game Character Generation screen
Dwarf Male
Dwarf Female
Race Information
Home Cities: Qeynos
Kelethin
Graystone Yard
The Nursery
Stats:
Strength: 22
Agility: 16
Stamina: 25
Intelligence: 12
Wisdom: 25
Resists:
Mental: 4
Heat: 0
Cold: 0
Magic: 5
Divine: 1
Poison: 2
Disease: 2
Lore

Overview

The Dwarves are a short, sturdy people created by Brell Serilis. Stout and strong, this race is known for its bravery and sense of honor - though not particularly for its intellect. Dwarves make the most faithful of friends and, should the situation require it, the most tenacious of enemies. Dwarves possess an abiding love for stone and earth, having carved their home city of Kaladim deep into the dense rock of the Butcherblock Mountains. Kaladim's architecture showed the pride dwarven artisans take in their work: clean, elaborately carved stones were used to construct the practical yet ornate buildings within the city. Similarly, dwarven armor and weaponry is well known for its high quality and durability; it is often etched with extravagant designs and runes. Considered excellent miners, dwarves love to harvest rare and precious gems from the depths of the earth. In honor of their ancestral homeland, many dwarves mark their faces with symbols of their sacred earth.

Dwarven Traditions

Choose one of these every 10th level up to 80.
Name Effect Duration
Attribute
Stubborn, But Wise Grants a level-dependent increase to WIS. Passive
Dwarven Fortitude Grants a level-dependent increase to STA. Passive
Combat
Brell's Focus Increases Ministration by 5.0. Passive
Aid of the Stouthearted Improves the casting speed of beneficial spells by 2%. Passive
Defensive Might Increases Parry, Defense, and Deflection by 5.0. Passive
Stout Defense Increases Deflection by 2.0 and Shield Effectiveness by 2.0%. Passive
Noncombat
Another Round! Increases duration of tradeskilled drinks by 10%. Passive
Quit Sittin' Around Increases out-of-combat power regeneration based on level. Passive
Bind Wound Heals for 2.0% of max health while out of combat. 2.0 sec casting, recast 1.0 sec.
Sturdy Bones Decreases falling damage by 15.0%. Passive
Pools
Legendary Tenacity Increases mana pool by 3.0%. Passive
Short But Strong Increases health pool by 3.0%. Passive
Resist
Magic? Pah! Increases arcane mitigation based on level. Passive
Didn't Even Feel It! Increases physical mitigation based on level. Passive
Tradeskill
Dwarven Craftsmanship Increases Durability per round by 1.0 and success chance by 1.0%. Passive
Dwarven Durability Increases Durability per round by 2. Passive
Master of the Tumpy Tonic Increases Artistry by 5.0. Passive
Weapon Forger Increases Weaponsmith's Durability per round by 2. Passive
Teachings of Brell Reduces power cost of Sage reaction arts by 10%. Passive
Innate Abilities
Ultravision Provides high contrast vision, but washes out color. 2 hrs., recast 2 sec.
Mining Expertise Reduces Mining time by 1 second. Passive
Bristlebane's Work Grants the skill Disarm Trap. Passive
Charging into Battle Increases out-of-combat run speed by 5.0%. Passive

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From The Vault

Gretch, Doc Morbid's assistant

The dwarfs of Fallout are just little humans that got messed up by too much radiation in the gene pool. They are pretty much similar to normal humans, but smaller. Compared to pre-War times, dwarfism is much more common after the War, likely due to the effects of radiation.

Appearances in games

Dwarfs appear in Fallout and Fallout 2.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Dwarves are a race that appear in the older titles of the Final Fantasy. They are usually portrayed as highly skilled engineers, and almost always have a special password. Usually, that password is "Lali-ho!"

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Appearances

Final Fantasy

Concept art of dwarves in Final Fantasy.

Mount Duergar is the home of the dwarves. One of the dwarves, Nerrick, after being given Nitro Powder blows up a rock, creating a canal that allows the Warriors of Light to leave the Aldean Sea and reach Melmond.

Final Fantasy III

The Dwarves inhabit the underground caverns of Dwarven Hollows and many say "Lali-ho!" When the party first visits them, they are dismayed by the stealing of one of the Horns of Ice from their sacred shrine by "that rascal Gutsco."

Final Fantasy IV

The Dwarves live in The Dwarves' Castle and the tiny city of Tomra in the Underworld. The dwarves of the castle say "Lali-ho", while the dwarves of Tomra say "Hi-ho".

They are ruled by a king named Giott and his daughter, Luca, and are protectors of one of the Dark Crystals. They use tanks as their main weapon. All female Dwarves act as nurses, and they heal Cid Pollendina after he is wounded.

Cecil Harvey, Kain Highwind, Rosa Joanna Farrell, Yang Fang Leiden, and Cid arrive at the Dwarves' Castle at about the time Golbez and the Red Wings are attempting to steal their Crystal. Cecil and his friends offer their help, and Giott accepts. Giott announces that the Crystal is still safe, but Yang senses something strange in the Crystal room. Luca's dolls, the Calcabrina, have become possessed by Golbez. Giott lets the party into the back to defeat them. They succeed, but then Golbez appears, and after a long battle, he steals the Crystal. Giott then announces that the last Crystal is in the Sealed Cave which Golbez cannot open. He then says that it is a good time to reclaim the other Crystals in the Tower of Babil. He orders his tanks to create a diversion so that Cecil may enter the tower.

Cecil's party fails to acquire the other Crystals, and they return to the Dwarves' Castle. Giott decides that it is time to open the Sealed Cave. He orders Luca to give Cecil her necklace, which is the key to opening the Sealed Cave. However, Golbez steals that Crystal, too. Giott then tells Cecil about the Lunar Whale that was alluded to in the Mysidian Legend. The Dwarves do not know that Mysidia exists, but Cecil does.

The Dwarves' tanks appear in the battle with the Giant of Babil, likely one of the few times in the world's history that they are seen above-ground.

Final Fantasy V

The Dwarves appear in the Great Sea Trench where they manage a small town, and are attempting to dig a long tunnel. A Dwarf named Rallybo feels something directly above him, though he is actually alluding to the Phantom Village. They claim to be part of a great nation, though only five or so are actually seen.

Final Fantasy IX

Several dwarves seated at Conde Petie's inn.

The Dwarves live in a town called Conde Petie. In this game, their password is "Rally-ho!" They hold the institution of marriage to be sacred, and only allow those who have gotten married to travel to the Sanctuary. This forces Zidane and Dagger, and possibly Vivi and Quina to have weddings. The dwarves also trade with "aware" black mages who inhabit a village in the forest to the south.

Other Appearances

Final Fantasy Adventure

The Dwarves live in Dwarf Cave. The player meets a Dwarf named Watts in the Mithril Mine, and he joins up temporarily. Watts appears in other Mana series games as well, such as Secret of Mana and Legend of Mana.

Chrono Cross

In Chrono Cross, dwarves live in the Hydra Marshes. When the party kills the last living Hydra, it fortunately was pregnant at the time, and the baby was successfully birthed post-mortem. It was taken care of by the Dwarves thereafter, granting the marshes some degree of hope for the future.

The dwarves prominently say "Hi-ho" as well, and are similar in appearance to the dwarves of Final Fantasy IV.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

a typical Dwarf

The Dwarves are a species of short, stout humanoid people that inhabit the Shiverpeak Mountains.

Unlike the exploratory nature of humans, Dwarves like to keep to themselves and prefer not to mix with other races. Good dwarves share a strong sense of honor and hospitality, but a general mistrust of outsiders. Still, their amazing skills as miners and crafters and their shrewd sense of trade means that they almost always open their lands to trade with humans.

Dwarves are very fond of their ale and their hammers and axes. They use Dolyaks as their farm animals and to ride them. They build ice ships to cruise the frozen lakes, rivers and even the sea shores of the Shiverpeaks.

The Deldrimor generally worship the Great Dwarf, and believe that he created the first dwarves at Anvil Rock. Some Dwarves also worship Dwayna or Grenth. The Brotherhood of the Dragon also seek wisdom from Glint, but do not worship her. Some members of the Stone Summit, including Hierophant Morlog, appear to worship the Great Destroyer.

In the world of Guild Wars, Dwarves are represented by the nation of Deldrimor and the xenophobic and violent group, the Stone Summit. Like many other role-playing games, dwarven women are either no where to be seen in everyday dwarven life, or, like the dwarves of Middle Earth, Discworld and certain D&D campaign worlds, they are largely indistinguishable from the males. In Sorrow's Furnace, near where the Dredge slaves are working, you may see one of them say "I wonder what a female dwarf looks like? Do they have beards too?".

Dwarves in Cantha

The Aurios Mines contain relics which are suspected to be from an offshoot of the Deldrimor Dwarves, however dwarves do not appear to have a presence in modern Cantha.

Dwarves in the Depths of Tyria

The Deldrimor Dwarves also have a presence in the Depths of Tyria.

See also

Facts about DwarfRDF feed

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
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From Marvel Database

Character Template Help
The Dwarf

Dwarf (Earth-616)
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Real Name
Current Alias
The Dwarf

Identity

Universe

Base Of Operations
Mobile

Characteristics
Gender

Height
4' (approximately)

Eyes

Hair

Status
Marital Status


Contents

History

History of character is unknown.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

The Dwarf is in possession of several lost pages from the Darkhold. He has been known to take select pages and seal them inside of special black envelopes and deliver them to various individuals.

Recommended Reading

  • Darkhold: Pages from the Book of Sins
  • Midnight Sons Unlimited

Links

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about the attackable NPCs. For the non-attackable dwarves at the Mining Guild, see Dwarf (Mining Guild). For the dwarven race, see Dwarves.
A detailed image of a dwarf
Dwarves are relatively low-level monsters, who are occasionally given out as Slayer assignments. They are slightly resistant to Magic attacks, and are not recommended for low levels, as they can hit two's frequently. Dwarves are good charm droppers for higher-level players. Even though the level 10 dwarves between Falador and Barbarian Village appear to have steel pickaxes, they do not drop them.

One of the dwarves at the Mining Guild sells the Mining cape to players with level 99 in Mining for a fee of 99,000 coins.

Locations

Drops

(m) indicates that the drop is only for members.

Please add your charm drop rates to the next template:

Charm drop percentages
No Charm

89%

5 - 16%

0 - 5%

0 - 5%

0 - 3%

Represents 90% confidence range, based on a sample of 79 kills.
1 charm is dropped at once.

Please add to the log (only if fifty or more creatures killed)

Mining and Smithing

Runes

Weapons and equipment

Gems

See also

Artwork on the dwarf.
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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

File:Dwarf.gif
This creature is in the Humanoids class.
Dwarf

90 Hit points
45 Experience points per kill

Summon/Convince: 320/320 (Illusionable)
Abilities: Melee (0-30)
Pushable: ?
Push Objects: ?
Est. Max. Damage: 30 hp per turn
Immune To: None.
Strong To: Earth (-10%)
Neutral To: Physical, Holy, Energy, Ice, Drown, Life Drain
Weak To: Death (+5%), Fire (+5%)
Sounds: "Hail Durin!".
Behavior: Dwarves fight to the death. They cannot move items that are in their way.
Field Notes: These creatures live in caves and mines. They're commonly used by low level knights for training purposes.
Location: Kazordoon Dwarf Mines, Dwarf Bridge, deep Elvenbane, Tiquanda Dwarf Cave, Cormaya Dwarf Cave, Island of Destiny (Knights area), Beregar.
Strategy: Just attack them but be careful because they are usually found in groups and can be accompanied with Dwarf Soldiers and Dwarf Guards.
Loot: 0-8 gp, 0-2 White Mushrooms, Hatchet, Axe, Leather Legs, Pick, Letter, Studded Armor, Copper Shield, Iron Ore (very rare), Dwarven Ring (very rare). (Loot Statistics)
See also: Creatures.
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