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The Oni, varying from the size of a small child to that of an 8 foot giant (Dai-Oni) were, usually cruel and lecherous beings with very little intelligence (like some modern day politicians). They carried a variety of weaponry and vary from pink or red to blue, grey or green in colour.
Though mainly physical creatures, the Bakemono Goblin sometimes possessed spiritual and supernatural power. Smaller Bakemono were often uncouth and unintelligent preferring to fight in large groups (this was before football!). Large, or Dai-Bakemono were usually far more intelligent and equivalent to the Samurai, even having some magical powers.