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The Sturmbeornen (singular: Sturmbeorn) are a group of ursine (bear-like) humanoids first appearing in Torchlight II. Part of the Beorn race, they are a primitive force of raiders who plunder the settlements of northern Vilderan. At the start of Torchlight II, General Grell has gathered an army of Sturmbeornen and is attacking the Estherian Enclave.[1]

Lore[]

In the far north of Vilderan dwell the Beornen: a race of bear-men who have developed a primitive culture built around exploration and trade - and, from time to time, plunder. These raiders, or "Sturmbeornen," cross the northern channel and ravage the coastline settlements, pillaging and slaughtering in their quest for power, glory, and battle.

Most of these raiding parties consist of a few dozen bear-men, but a veritable army of Sturmbeornen has recently arrived in the Estherian Steppes - far outside their usual range. Led by the fearsome warlord, General Grell, the Sturmbeornen push ever nearer the Enclave, the last city of the Estherians, and not even the might of the Vanquisher Corps can stop them.

—"Creature Races of Torchlight II," Runic Games

Augmentation[]

Notable Weapons that are augmented after killing Sturmbeornen:

Types[]

Types of Sturmbeornen include normal melee fighters, spear-throwers, and magic users of some sort. Undead Sturmbeornen also appear in concept art.

Deathflinger[]

Sturmbeorn Spearman. Throw Javelin.

Warmaker[]

Sturmbeorn Sentinel.

Shieldbearer[]

Sturmbeorn Elite Sentinel.

Blackclaw[]

Sturmbeorn Swordman.

Runecaller[]

Sturmbeorn Black Magician.

Felwalker[]

Undead Sturmbeorn.

Felwalker Axethrower[]

Undead Sturmbeorn. Throw Axe.

Possessed One[]

Possessed By Shade.

Named[]

General Grell[]

Leader of Sturmbeorn.

Stennbrun[]

Sturmbeorn Smith.

Gunnbren[]

Sturmbeorn Smith.

Development[]

The Sturmbeornen were conceived as "a mildly viking-ish ursine race." "Sturm" means "storm," and "beorn" is an Old English name derived from "bjørn," Norwegian for "bear." (This shares the same origin as the character Beorn in J. R. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit.)[2]

Gallery[]

References[]

Characters and monsters

Classes

T1: AlchemistDestroyerVanquisher
T2: BerserkerEmbermageEngineerOutlander
T3: Dusk MageForgeRailmasterSharpshooter

Non-player characters

T1: SylBrinkVasmanGorenGorn and FurlHatchTrill-Bot 4000Duran the TransmuterDuros the BladeHorseUlrecGoldenrodKolosTriyaGarValeria
T2: Commander ValeElemental GuardiansFazeer ShahGrand RegentProfessor StokerSphinx

Monsters and races

AnimalBanditBasiliskBitterspriteBlood DiscipleBurrowerConstructCursed SwordDark ZealotDragonkinDwarfDwarven AutomataElementalEstherianEzrohirFelwingGargoyleGelGhostGoblinGoblin HoundLichManticoreMechanical ConstructMimicMirkaMyconNetherimPonyaPhase BeastRatlinRoachSkeletonSpectral DragonSpectreSpiderStriderSturmbeornTattered LurkerTroglodyteTrollTu'taraVarkolynWerewolfWitchYakotaurZeraphiZombie

Bosses

T1: Brink the CorruptedLady AleeraLady MarishkaLady VeronaThe OverseerVilebrackenEmber ColossusKragMedeaShadeMaster AlricOrdrak

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