This Gnoll male stands a few inches above seven feet and probably weighs just over three hundred pounds. With a hunched posture like most of his kind and a dense coat of mottled browns, grays and blacks he tends to stand out in a crowd. He has a shaggy "mane" running from the top of his head down to between his shoulder blades and eyes of a deep amber color that reflect light in darker conditions.

He is dressed in a rough cut leather vest and a "kilt" of layered canvas with a dark crimson sash tied around his waist. A leather satchel is firmly strapped to his lower back with a long knife sheathed on the strap in front. A belt beneath the sash supports a hand axe and a few pouches.

He is barefoot of course, with long spindly hands and prominent, slightly yellowed teeth.