|“||"Tarkaz fought harder and better than most. He took his defeat gracefully, I thought. Well, mostly..."|
Trolls are a grotesque, humanoid species that inhabit the Freljord and Shurima. Frost-trolls of the Freljord are mostly blue-skinned and live in tribes. Lately, the frost-trolls have begun preparing for war, rallying under the banner of , the Troll King. There are also sand-trolls that live in Shurima and Ixtal. It is unknown how many sand-trolls are still extant, as their kind are considered a myth in modern times.
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- interacted with the frost-troll Grubgrack the Hideous.
- visited a frost-troll village and confronted during his search for the World Runes.
- fought against Tarzak the Tribeless.
|“||"Did you know sand-trolls are a thing? I, for one, did not know sand-trolls were a thing. Turns out—sand-trolls, totally a thing."|
|— Ezreal's Field Notes,|
Frost-trolls are enormous and muscular, and they use their size to intimidate and overpower lesser creatures and races. They have blue skin, with wart-like protrusions all across their bodies. While they are mostly hairless, most trolls have long mane-like hair and beards which can be various shades of red, blue, orange, brown, or grey. Their eyes glow blue, obscuring their pupils and irises. They have large noses, which are a different shade compared to their skin color; they also have large tusk-like front teeth that give them a perpetual underbite. Their jaws are able to open up to an unnaturally large angle to crunch on meat and intimidate smaller individuals. Unlike humans, they have three-digitand stumpy feet. Frost-trolls are among the very few races that are able to wield True Ice and weapons made of it. It is unknown what frost-troll females look like, or if they even have any noticeable physical differences compared to males.
- A troll is also a contemporary term, signifying a person who causes acts of disruption to other players and to the community. These acts may include writing offensive messages or intentionally feeding the enemy. Trolls are also referred to as griefers. See on Wikipedia for more information.
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