Tales of a Torn World
Race Profile: Humans
Of all the races on Ajyn, the humans are the youngest species, having come into popular existence 25 thousand prior to the present time. The first large Human Settlement was on the Sel’Dyanas continent. The City was Nul Cenduros which housed a Citadel praying to the 4 deities of Ajyn. Since then, the city was abandoned, but the Tower of Gods as it was called still stands.
Humans share many features with Elves. They mostly have fair skin, but there known groups with a darker complexion. They mostly live near the ruins of Nul Cenduros, guarding it . They have small ears and hair colour can range from Black, Brown, Blonde and Red though there are some who change their hair colour. The average human stands between 5 feet and 6 feet, shorter then Elves, Yurou Elves and Trolls, but taller then Orcs, Dwarves and Goblins. Humans also have a larger body sculpture then their Elf counterparts, but are tiny when compared to all the other races.
Customs and Culture
Like Elves, Humans share a fascination with their gods. They are devout to their deity that they choose to worship. At the age of 16, all humans choose a deity to worship.
Aside from a few major cities, humans mostly live in smaller towns or farms scatterred through out the world. They also see the other races as mercantile allies and are willing to work with them if the need arises. Despite the friendliness shown to the other races, humans are not trustworthy to those of their own race.
There is a large area in the world, on the Terubal Continent where the Art and philosophy are the major attractions, brining in countless scholars and bards from through out the lands.
In the Tower of the Gods, there exists a statue of the 4 Deities residing over creation. It is considered one of the greatest relics to humans and has been used as a beacon of peace. Any art work depicting their gods and goddesses are a staple to any major city or castle.
Human Racial Traits:
- Humans are Medium-sized creatures
- Base land speed: 30 ft
- Humans gain one extra feat at the first level, as they are quick to adapt and learn and able to fill many niches in society
- Humans gain 4 additional skill points at first level and 1 extra point at subsequent levels, further showing their versatility as a race.
- Automatic Languages: Common
- Bonus Languages: Any, other than secret tongues (such as Druidic)