The Evicting Epistle
Dwarf – Hardy and stout creatures descended from water elementals. They cut through rock and earth deep beneath the Epistle, creating enormous kingdoms.
Elf – One of the original mortal races that are still closely linked to there wyldkin heritage. Blessed with an eternal lifespan and one of the oldest cultures on the Epistle.
Giant – One of the grand races, descended from earth elementals. Proud, stubborn and possessed of earthen strength.
Halfling- A small race of swift, passionate and carefree humanoids. Generally famous for cooking and archery.
Human – A distilled mix of all mortal races that have interbred over the millennia.
Kobold- Humanoid descendants of the dragons. Small, predatory and highly intelligent.
Undead – While not technically a true race but a state of being, the sentient restless dead of the Epistle make up a large percentage of the population.
Unity Custodians – The most recent race to form in the Epistle. Nicknamed “Metalkind” these small, mechanical, sentient, bipedal, scarabs exist in large colonies within the Unity Tower.
Faun – Originally ram and sheep based humanoids, this race was devastated by a sterility plague by the Hell Lord Neesla. The church of Joliar currently oversees the races reproduction and survival through the use of arcane cloning facilities and artificial incubation chambers.
Gnoll- The hyena people of the plains lands. Tribal, cannibalistic and pack dominated.
Myconid – The chosen people of Shado. A small race of sentient, animate, calm, mushroom people. Loved for their gardening and woodworking talents.
Orc – Boar people with a leaning towards highly organized and militaristic behavior. Nomadic and taken with patrolling highways in exchange for tribute from caravans they guard.
Sauhaguin – Shark men of the sea and coasts, protecting their borders from fishing boats and industry. Ruled by four armed kings.
Saurian-ka – Descended from the ancient predator kings, the dinosaurs. They value the blending of cultural heritage as a religious directive. One of the first beast races to fully integrate with the mortal races.
Seafolk – The mer-people of the Epistle. Cautious and shy, they form a symbiotic relationship with the aggressive and land capable Sauhaguin.