Supporting The Game
Skills: Aestium | Alchemy | Combat | Conjuring | Construction | Cooking | Crafting | Creature Handling | Enchanting | Exploration | Fishing | Fletching | Gardening | Glassblowing | Harvesting | Hunting | Mining | Navigation | Smithing | Speed | Tailoring | Thieving | Woodcutting | Woodworking
Special Equipment: Aestium | Alchemy | Conjuring | Construction | Cooking | Crafting | Creature Handling | Enchanting | Exploration | Fishing | Fletching | Gardening | Glassblowing | Harvesting | Hunting | Mining | Navigation | Smithing | Speed | Tailoring | Thieving | Woodcutting | Woodworking
Races: Dragonians | Erinor | Felthriir | Ferritans | Grengan | Humans | Kaeldrich | Naeni | Pixies | Werungar | Wisps/Terastryx | Xentri | Yulosi
Collector's suits | Food | Exp tool
Humans are the most confusing of all the races, their differences being so varied that the other races often struggle with them. Height, hair, skin, build, clothing choices. To describe how a human looks is actually remarkably difficult, they are mostly hairless, usually what hair they do have is on top of their heads and around their face kept in various styles, sometimes they have more hair down their bodies, but most of the furry races find this laughable.
The Human people are adamant that they are not from this Elyssia, they have nothing to prove this fact lacking the lengthy life spans of some races or evidence held in the Council's records. Within their own social circles though stories are passed down that often talk of great ships that could cross between the stars. However they lack any knowledge of cities or lands they may have came from, the humans almost seem to have come from nowhere and what records exist seem to suggest that before the Great Cataclysm there were no known human settlements...or even humans.
Mostly an unruly bunch the Human people seem chaotic and unreliable lending themselves towards multiple tasks with an unpredictable measure of great skill or complete mishap. It is difficult to tell what you will get from this hugely varied species. What makes them worse is that they are the only race that often defies the edicts of the Council of Elements, not with the intention of rebellion however, more that they tend to interpret commands and orders in such a way that even very specific instructions seem to leave too much room for interpretation for this difficult race. Any concerns for their value are swiftly satisfied by how often they do pull off great feats, such is their wide potential that anything a Human sets their mind to can often be achieved better than most other races, the difficulty is in keeping that attention and focus.