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We should boost their Con a bit, then, if we're going to be lowering their Dex and Cha so much. Give 'em something, at least.
I'm thinking stunning strike rather than actual paralysis.Special Att/Def: Gahongas can become invisible at will. Anyone hit by a gahonga in combat must save versus paralysis or be rendered motionless for 1d6 rounds. A gahonga can pass through rock at will while moving at its normal movement rate.
Environment: Any hills or mountains (near water)?The gahonga are a race of short, tangible spirits that inhabit bodies of water and rocks
Treasure: None? (Or maybe "no coins; half goods; no items" to account for spear-making tools and fishing gear?)They seldom have any treasure.
Sidebar with just different skill and feat selection?Their beautiful daughters, however, take great pleasure in tempting men to commit acts of folly -- such as trying to follow them as they scale a rocky cliff or dive into the depths of a lake.
Note that the ga-hon-ga, up next, are chaotic good, so the relatively cruel trickster behavior doesn't really fit. We might work that in here to help expand the sparse flavor text.Wikipedia said:The Mannegishi (singular the same) are a race of trickster people in Cree folklore, similar in nature to the Memegwesi of the Ojibwa. They are described as semi-humanoid, being sexdactylous humans with very thin and lanky arms and legs and big heads minus a nose. According to one Cree schema of the mythology, there are two humanoid races, one being the familiar human species and the other being the "little people", i.e. Mannegishi. These people are said to live between rocks in the rapids. One of their biggest delights -- a completely non-heroic form of trickster behavior -- is to crawl out of the rocks and capsize the canoes of people canoeing through the rapids, spinning them to their death.
The Mannegishi has attracted interest in recent years due to its possible cryptozoological connections. It is believed by some that the Dover Demon represents a modern sighting of the Mannegishi.