Tag: Races

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  • Elves

    A slender race of people distinguished by their pointed ears (capable of detecting sounds at greater distances and higher frequencies than human ears) and extended lifespans. Many elves live in in small treetop villages, building with such masterful …

  • Dwarves

    A short, brawny, subterranean race. Dwarves differ from humans in several ways, most notably their height (averaging at 4’11”), their resilience to disease and their preference for living underground. Isalfyrne dwarves originated in the continent's north …

  • Halflings

    A courageous human sub-race that lives alongside humans and are of distinctively short stature (3'10 - 4'2 on average). Humans and halflings are only considered to be two separate races because human-halfling offspring are born either human or halfling, …

  • Dragonborn

    A mysterious, tribal race of people who bear striking biological similarities to dragons. Though of humanoid form they look reptilian, are covered in scales and can breathe fire. The dragonborn are so rarely seen that they have been frequently declared in …

  • The Old Ones

    "The world we inhabit is a ruin, a husk, drained of its once plentiful resources by those who came before. Though precious few texts remain from that ancient time, the presence of these Old Ones, as they have come to be known, is still felt all around us, …

  • Goliaths

    A tall, competitive, frequently nomadic race that prefer to live at high altitudes, particularly on top of large plateaus or mountain ranges. The goliaths average height is 7’2 – 7’8, and individuals that exceed this are relatively common. They have a …

  • Humans

    A creative, industrious race that have spread widely across Isalfyrne from their original homeland in its southeast region. Humans have more hair than other races (though dwarves have more facial hair) and can be recognised by their lean, muscular builds. …

  • Orcs

    There have long been tales of twisted versions of men with twisted pig-like features in the wild regions of the world. Noted academic [[:professor-oliver-finnagin | Oliver Finnagin]] inspected a preserved specimen that the [[Dwarves | dwarves]] of [[ …