Eotens feature in the most grotesque of folk tales. Once merely the most aggressive and unstable of ogres, eotens have since developed into massive monstrosities that are both larger and far less intelligent than their cousins. Eotens have two heads, one notably smaller than the other, and when the larger of these is incapacitated, the smaller retains just enough brute cunning to keep an eoten fighting until either it - or its prey - is dead. It's common to encounter their kind with rotting skulls dangling from their neck.
An eoten's unpredictable temper and total inability to conform to ogre society brand it an outcast. Ogre males or females who produce eoten offspring are forbidden from breeding again, and their unfortunate progeny are either killed on the spot or left to the mercy of the wilderness. The latter is undoubtedly what has led to mature eotens being found in rural areas, much to the detriment of easily preyed upon livestock.