I'm creating a female Goliath character. Though the D&D Beyond description does not give much information about physical appearance (such as eye color and skin color), I did find an explanation from a third-party source that has this quote:
Goliaths’ skulls have a jutting eyebrow ridge, wide jaw, and occasional lithoderms. Their skin color is grey which is mottled with dark and light patches. Female goliaths have dark hair on their head which are grown to great length and kept braided always. On the other hand, males have hair only on their limbs. Blue or green are the colors of their eyes. Goliaths dress as lightly as possible because of their skin mottling cultural significance. Lithoderms of 5e Goliath is common places to embed a gem or two.
That said, there are a few things I wanted to verify for the Character Sheet info on page 2:
- Eye color (this site states blue or green but the images show white)
- Skin Color or mottling color (I read blue on one site and brown on another)
- Hair color
I'd also like to know if a lithoderm is official and what it is.