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At half the size of a human being, Gremlins do not appear to be very threatening. On their own, they aren't that dangerous. Often found living in the Bayou, they are the residents of Malifaux who have been most welcoming to the influx of humans. Instead of seeing them as invaders, they see them as sources of learning, often copying them. This mimicry started with clothing. and they would offer advice and directions to the first travelers in exchange for pants or a shirt. This had the side effect of allowing the Gremlins to see which of their number were cunning just by whether or not they had managed to dress themselves, and they began to form into organized groups, allowing them to focus their strength.
When they were wild and untamed, the Gremlins and the pigs in the Bayou shared a hunter/hunter relationship: the pig would eat the gremlin and sometimes the gremlin brought home the bacon for its family. This balance kept either race from eating through all of the Bayou. Both races are known for their voracious appetites, and neither would stop eating until they were killed or there was nothing left to eat. When some of the Gremlin leaders saw the humans raising animals in captivity, they began to domesticate the wild pigs, giving them an advantage in the constant pig/gremlin war. Some of these pigs have become domesticated enough that the Gremlins can now ride them into battle like horses. It isn't foolproof, though, and it's not uncommon for these pigs to become distracted and go on a rampage among their own allies in the middle of a battle.