|Note: INT is INS, this troll has an INT of 8
Trolls can add their size to their strength for carry purposes (this allows them to carry two 200kg ponies)
Hill Trolls are quite tall (at 9' to 12' tall). Their arms are longer than other Trolls (sometimes even dragging the ground). They have long, stringy hair that grows far down their back and under their arms. The only clothing they wear consists of simple cloaks made from animal hides. Their skin is covered with abrasions and scratches that never seem to heal. Hill Trolls seem to be a cross-breed between Cave Trolls and Forest Trolls.
Hill Trolls live an average 300 years long. During their long life, they will live in small communities (3-30) in shallow caves found in rolling hills. Over a period of 10 years, 15-20 Trolls will be born to a tribe. Hill Trolls are hunters. They thrive on the rich wild life found in the rolling hills. Unfortunately, this often includes various other races, such as Gnomes, Dwarves, and Humans. However, they are limited to hunting during the twilight hours just before dark, just after dawn, or during the night time hours. During daytime, they are at Hard to all actions. In addition, they are temporarily blinded if ever exposed to direct sunlight (Herculean to all actions for as long as in the direct sunlight).
These Trolls do not often use crafted weapons (relying instead on their natural weaponry—claws and fists). This is usually because Hill Trolls lack the ability to make such weapons. When they do use a weapon, it is one they have taken from a previous victim. For ranged combat, these Trolls can hurl rocks up to 100' away. Hill Trolls are immune to naturally occurring heat and cold. In addition, they take half damage from all heat and cold attacks. Also hill trolls are so naturally tough any damage that goes through their rocky hide is reduced by 3 points, to minimum of 0.
Because of his affinity to the ways of evil, it is possible to talk him out of doing harm by claiming to be one of the darklords servants. Yet when he is in the presence of his masters such a delusion is not possible.
Most of the time (80%), when he encounters strangers (while not in the company of Caldamir or Eldamir) who do not by some obvious trait appear opposed to the ways of evil, he will ask the Question, "Do you follow the Dark Lords?" Any hesitation in affirming allegience to them will cause him to treat that person or group as an enemy. He will immediately attack, unless he faces a large group. In that case he will return swiftly to his masters.
All three Trolls will be roaming about at night in search of food, and will attempt to capture alive anyone who might be of use to Caldamir and Eldamir. All three Trolls will rush to the aid of a fellow Troll who is in need of help with his prey. As sunrise nears, barring unusual circumstances, all of them will be heading back to their lairs; adventurers can follow them then to discover the whereabouts of the base of operations for the servants of Evil