And now you know why good giants don't worship Varpak, god of trolls and ogres, and those giants who do end up with absolutely ricockulous strength, which usually results in their undoing.
Good giants are already strong enough. They make their way in the world, as all good giants do, with their might and size and cunning and all that shit. Those who find themselves lacking either accept their lot in life or beg for help, sacrificing their pride in the process.
Good trolls and ogres, meanwhile, all worship the Destroyer. They're giants, sure, but they're commonly regarded as the least of them. Still big and powerful and terrifying, they destroy and care for nothing. And the few who reject Varpak find themselves equally unfavored by him, and are usually eaten by the ones who spawned them.
Few know what happens to those who are separated from their siring trolls or ogres after rejecting the Destroyer. Those that do usually find themselves horrified and driven mad by the revelation that they regress into mere humans and elves, respectively.