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  • Races

    bq. As we seek to understand the world around us, the basic need for a system to order and categorize becomes evident. h1. Natural Natural races are those which occur naturally within the Material Plane's landscape and which are neither from the [[ …

  • Vryloka

    bq. The door opened suddenly, drawing her attention sharply to him. He made the rest of the room seem as ordinary as the dirt on her boots. He was handsome in a way she had never seen before in the weary folk of her village or the arrogant nobles that …

  • Shifter

    bq. I hear the wolf calling to me… I know I am its prey… I know I should try to escape… And yet… and yet… It speaks as if… As if I… As if I could, eventually, become the predator… and never need fear another living being. p>. -- Seko, Shifter Shaman …

  • Tiefling

    bq. Again the man's hand was grabbed by one of the Ritualists. This was held into the fire, which did not burn him. Rather, his skin crawled and reddened before my eyes, the mark traveling up his arms and soon covering his whole body. Then he was released …

  • Gnome

    bq. Yes it's POSSIBLE to do it without magic. It's also possible to ride a donkey and use a flowerpot for a helmet! p>. -- Guilheum "Fizzlebonk" Murnig, Marbal tinker [[File:509281 | class=media-item-align-right | Gnome_Wizard.png]]*Gnomes* are …

  • Aasimar

    bq. To help the helpless ones who all look up to you and to defend them to the end... Ride like the wind. Fight proud, my son. You're the defender God has sent. [[File:509492 | class=media-item-align-right | ]]Graceful, regal, and noble, *aasimars* …

  • Warforged

    bq. It takes the fine tools of a tinkers shop and a sturdy metal such as iron or mithral to produce the intricate detail required in this masterpiece of Marbal construction, but the performance is remarkable. Tiny springs and gears plus careful …

  • Dwarf

    bq. We are surrounded by his gifts, but they do not come easily. They were never intended for the hands of man, but the All-Father knows his dwarven children are much more patient. p>. -- Garrius Fy, Stonewarden [[File:510363 | class=media-item- …

  • Human

    bq. Man is the most impressive of predators, for Nature saw fit to give him no advantages. He had to fashion his own fangs, carve his own claws. And now even the greatest of the beasts fear him. p>. Aust Galanodel, _Libram of Natural Creatures_ [[ …

  • Dragonborn

    bq. Every object retains a part of its creator’s influence. Are we to expect that there is no part ofthe gods in us? p>. -- Thava Nemmonis, _Development of the Dragonborn_ [[File:510909 | class=media-item-align-right | ]]When the gods released …

  • Elf

    bq. “Fools don’t know that the forest is a living, breathing being. They don’t know its rhythms, can’t sense its moods, can’t feel its textures. There is no respect for the unending continuity of life. They don’t—” I interrupted the druid as I notched an …

  • Wilden

    bq. When all the artificial layers of sophistication, moral codes, self-restraint, and pride are peeled off us, either by circumstance or through a conscious effort of will, we are naught but ferocious animals, no different from the other inhabitants of …

  • Halfling

    bq. The ocean—she’s a dangerous wench. She will give you everything you need… your freedom, your food, your livelihood. But catch her on a bad day, and she will snatch it all back. p>. -- Lakuv Proverb [[File:511463 | class=media-item-align-right | …

  • Half-orc

    bq. Most believe the half-orcs to be insane or undying; they are the first into battle and the last to leave. They are left to guard the cities soon to fall and sent alone deep behind enemy lines looking for exposed troops. They are not insane, and they …

  • Orc

    bq. When we finally conquered their city, we were not prepared to face what was hidden in these strange, ruined buildings. I was chosen to be part of an exploration team sent inside what we thought to be a shabby warehouse, but once inside the stench of …

  • Goliath

    bq. In the wilderness, everything wishes either to kill you, or to let something else do it and then consume your remains. Nature has no concept of laws or mercy; in order to live, you must play by its rules. p>. -- Apanak "Dawncaller" Veomolake, …