Pathfinder: Iron Gods
Rhe Rhe is a goblin of few words….. mostly because his grasp of language is a bit slippery. He speaks only broken Common, and that poorly. Physically, he is scrawny to the point of emaciation, although his thin limbs and bony torso have the rubbery resilience typical of goblinkind. Also typical for goblins, his head is clearly too large for his body, but unlike typical goblinkind, Rhe-Rhe exudes charm, and… cuteness? There is something about him that smacks of “teddy-bearness” and he is a rare goblin that can smile without looking sinister. He is clearly civilized, wearing tailored clothing and equipment properly sized for him, and his personal hygene is something he clearly considers important, keeping himself clean-shaven, bathed, and often wears cologne. All this derives from his relationship with Calamyr, who converted him (quite easily!) to the worship of Iomedae with his convincing and passionate portrayal of Iomadae and her great works. As Iomedae embodies the ideals of civil society (honor, justice, rulership and valor) Rhe-Rhe strives to embody the ideals of Iomedae. His devotion to Calamyr seems to be as as his devotion to Iomedae, as he treats Calamyr as his loyal companion and trusted friend. Rhe-Rhe always stands by him and lets Calamyr do the talking, waiting to stand in the way of any trouble.