If an ettin were to survive the loss of one of its heads, it would of course lose the advantages of having two, and would be considered deformed by other ettins, but it would otherwise be able to live a normal life.
Ettins were known to be suspectible to wolf, rat, and boar forms of lycanthropy. When transformed into the intermediate "hybrid form" both of an ettin's heads were retained and transformed into the associated beast, though there was a 10% chance that only one of the two heads would be affected. And unlike other giants afflicted with lycanthropy, ettins were incapable of transforming into a full animal form and scholars speculated that this was due to their having two heads.
When choosing a mate, female ettins were known to subdue men as a show of dominance.
- Bokk-Nokkin and Krung-Jung, two ettins who worked for the Xanathar Guild on the Dungeon Level of Undermountain.
- Jibber-Jabber, an ettin living in the Twisted Caverns of Undermountain.
- Oinker-Boinker, an ettin who managed a pigpen in the hill giant steading of Grudd Haug.
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- Ed Greenwood (December 1984). “The Ecology of the Ettin”. In Kim Mohan ed. Dragon #92 (TSR, Inc.), pp. 29–31.
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