The herrin are small creatures, barely 3 feet high. They have featureless bodies, their skin, from head to to is smooth. They have no arms to speak of, and their legs are thin and twice again as long as their bodies. Their eyes are oval and dark with a pin point of white in the center. The tiny mouth of the herrin is length wise, running from its chin to where its nose should be. Their heads end in feathers, long, that lay back across their necks and backs, but stand upright when the creature is threatened. An double-jointed appendage set upon its lower abdomen ends in a wicked claw.
~Aufstrag, The Bone Pit