Where the Homerians come from is unknown. They speak in a strange language of their own that sounds as if abyssal in origin but from that fell language. In appearance they look almost human but they range in height from 6 to 10 feet and are all enormously fat. They are always garbed in fine dress and jewelry like the highest nobility. They are not invincible but have profound magical ability and terrible tempers if angered. Villages have been raised when one of the Homerian are angered.
Typically appearing during prolonged periods of bad weather Homerians will enter an inn or tavern in groups of two to four, find themselves a table and expect to be served until their gluttonous appetites have been sated. They do not speak any known tongue except for their own language so they don't request anything specific, so long as food and drink is constantly being placed in front of them they don't care what it is. They also don't even seem to mind if the food is completely cooked or has spoiled, just keep it coming and they will be satisfied. If they are not satisfied however they become enraged. They cast powerful destructive spells destroying everything they see until their tempers have abated.
If fed to their satisfaction they pay for their meals in their own minted coinage of gold, usually worth many times the food they ate. Also upon their departure the weather will clear. It is always a good idea to satisfy the Homerians but that can be impossible if they arrive at a small village during bad weather, which they often do.