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WARFORGED!: The Xorforged - A Bestiary and Racial Guide
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WARFORGED!: The Xorforged - A Bestiary and Racial Guide


The xorforged are lost relics of a bygone war between the giants and drow of Xen’Drik and Quori of Dal Quor, a war that raged in the physical and planar worlds. Records recovered from lost Xor vaults deep within the bowels of Xen’Drik – close to the Dragon Below – and stored in the Halls of Ion by the Arbiters are all that remain of these creatures.

Rumored to have been mutant hybrids of daelkyr, Quori parasites, drow and giant magic, the xorforged are believed to have either been entirely eradicated or locked within colossal tombs, hidden from all. Yet, Arbiter expeditions have gone searching for these tombs, but none have returned…

Within this book you will find lore on several of the xorforged saved from the great wars between the drow, giants, and Quori - along with stat blocks for all and racial options to be used by players. This book is the first in a sub-series in the WARFORGED! line that is inspired by one of the best lines of buildable heroes kids could have grown up with, heroes who believed in unity, duty, and destiny. 

We give you Xorforged: Notes on the Primogenitors of the Khorvaire Warforged.  

[This subrace is compatible with either Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron or Eberron: Rising From The Last War.

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Chris A February 06, 2022 1:57 am UTC
Okay first to say, this is AMAZING as well as the other Bionicle Warforge stuff. I haven't watch Bionicle in so long and that gives me a question or do.

What Bionicle item if any was the bases for the Shati and the Jashelat? Either my mind isn't what it used to be or I've missed a bit.

Also on that same note, are these correct?
Hedjet originally Bohrok
Shtahka originally Piraka
Lata originally Rahkshi

Thanks again for the great stuff.
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Cameron D February 06, 2022 2:02 am UTC
Hey there Chris! Thanks for the comment!

So the Shati and Jashelat are the masks, both common and Grreat masks. And you hit the mark on all three sir! Good eye! We are planning a fun revamp of all our Bionicle themed content with all new art and layout so it is going to look fantastic.

Stay tuned! Glad you are enjoying it!
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James R January 18, 2021 4:21 am UTC
Wait a second, parasites inhabiting suits of armor? Biomechenical components? Those lizard looks, that big chin, those crablike creatures with faces in them. THESE ARE BIONICLE CREATURES. That's a Rahkshi that's a Bohrok and that's a Piraka
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James R January 18, 2021 11:07 am UTC
Yeah I somehow missed all the spots where it actually said that and figured it out from the lore flavor text and visuals.
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Cameron D January 18, 2021 8:59 pm UTC
Happy to see you are enjoying the book, good sir. We wanted to make sure that we threw some Easter eggs on the cover!
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John G February 14, 2020 6:33 pm UTC
Awesome! Although the Jashelat stat block is cut off around it's actions. Good stuff though.
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Cameron D February 15, 2020 3:44 am UTC
I shall see what we can do to fix that and quickly!
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Jarrod T February 12, 2020 4:22 pm UTC
Eberron's Quori are from the plane of Dal Quor, not Xoriat.
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Cameron D February 12, 2020 9:39 pm UTC
Hello! Apologies for the mishap - I was only the editor on this one and I did not catch that. I will make sure we remedy the mistake soon. I think what we intended it to say was that the Quori pulled the Xorforged parasite from Xoriat and used them, so I will make sure we can make that more clear.

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Jarrod T February 13, 2020 9:24 pm UTC
It's definitely an interesting take and the xorforged seem to have the forbidden technology of ages past allure!
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Cameron D February 14, 2020 12:05 am UTC
I give all the credit to Griffin for putting them together, Steve for the cover and Eden for the art. I just did the editing and layout. Love that you are enjoying it!
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