Almost as large as Chaos and Mountain Pikins, Tundra Pikins are one of the more intimidating breeds. They are larger in size due to the extra fat they grow, which helps keep them warm in the cold environments they choose to live in.
Living in the snowy and icy tundra regions of Erridose, this breed of Pikin has evolved natural fur all over its body, including thick beards, which keep them warm and able to walk through miles of snow without getting frostbite on their feet as they hunt prey over great distances. Due to their harsh living environment, these Pikins are exceedingly tough. Like the Desert Pikins, Tundra Pikins tend to be quite nomadic and can quickly travel great distances in a single day in order to find food and shelter.
Due to their nomadic nature, Tundra Pikins worship the goddess of travel, Tilvozzy, as they quite literally carve their own paths through the rough terrain. They believe strongly in honoring their fallen and the tundra is littered with marked graves of those who didn’t survive the journey to their next home.
Tundra Pikins are one of the least aggressive (but still very, very dangerous) breeds. They are usually more concerned with their own welfare and survival to deal with fighting unneeded battles and skirmishes. If they feel threatened, however, they will fight with the fury of a winter blizzard and usually come out on top.