||Frost giants stand an average of 6.4 metres (21 ft) in height, and inhabit the bitter cold northern regions of the World. Their skin colour is bluish white or ivory, with hair of white or yellow. Even their eyes tend to be either very light blue or yellow in colour. They prefer large castles or massive frozen caverns to call home. Half of frost giant lairs will keep from 1d 6 winter wolves as both pets and guard dogs. A frost giant’s life expectancy is about 250 years, and while not known for their intelligence, like the fire giant, they are very capable fighters.
They tend to dress for battle wearing scale, ring, or chain armour and plate helms adorned with horns. When not dressed for combat, they wear heavy furs and animal skins. Frost giants prefer giant-sized 2-handed weapons in combat, favouring the great axe. They like to strike from concealment, sometimes bursting up from the snow to catch opponents unaware. Like most giants, they will usually open by
throwing large stones and then charging into a group of opponents.
When battling giants, melee combat hit locations are rolled on 1d10 in the case of giants up to SIZ 35 and 1d6 when striking giants in excess of SIZ 35. This indicates the difficulty (or sheer impossibility)
of reaching the upper areas of the body. Ranged weapon users roll 1d20 as normal.