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  • Races

    There are several different peoples within the borders of the [[The Dragon Empire | Dragon Empire]]. Some are accepted members of the Empire (e.g. humans, dwarves, elves, and halflings), some occupy an ambiguous status (e.g. goblins and dragons), and …

  • Dwarves

    Originally the dwarves lived throughout the deep [[The Underworld | underworld]]. The riches of the earth were theirs to harvest and shape. In this world, when anyone uses the term “Golden Age,” they are talking about the underworld hegemony and …

  • Elves

    h3. Elven Society The [[:the-elf-queen | Elf Queen]] wears a crown of three parts: black amethyst and obsidian for the [[Dark Elves | dark elves]], green emerald and flowering plants for the [[Wood Elves | wood elves]], and diamond and _force_ magic …

  • Dark Elves

    The dark elves are one of the three subraces of [[Elves | elves]]. Within the [[The Court of Stars | Court of Stars]], the dark elves are referred to by the name they use for themselves, the Silver Folk. Outside the Court, the use of the term Silver …

  • High Elves

    High elves, sometimes called light elves, are one of the three subraces of [[Elves | elves]]. They live in spiral towers rising high above the canopies of the [[Elven Woods | elven woods]]. They are traditionally concerned with [[Sorcery | sorcery]], …

  • Wood Elves

    The wood elves are one of the three subraces of [[Elves | elves]] The wood elves are known as the gray elves in the oldest texts, but they grew out of the name, which appears to have been an early Elf King’s idea of a logical transition between light …

  • Half-Elves

    Unions between [[Humans | humans]] and [[Elves | elves]] usually do not produce children, but sometimes they do. Those children, when they occur, are usually indistinguishable from humans. A portion, however, are half-elves, combining traits of both …

  • Halflings

    The halflings live mostly in [[Burrow]], [[Old Town]], and [[Twisp]], tucked between [[Queen's Wood]] and the city of [[Concord]]. It's a series of bucolic little halfling villages that the great troubles of the world seem to pass by, Rumor has it that …

  • Goblins

    h3. A race of scavengers and servants Most other races consider wild goblins to be debased creatures with little morality. They're not considered evil or cruel or sinister, as much as disturbing. Left alone, goblin societies resemble anarchy to any …

  • Dragons

    _(This page is a stub)_ h3. Lords of Earth and Sky _Add blurb_ h3. Types of Dragons h4. Chromatic Dragons: _Add blurb_ * [[Black Dragons]] * [[Blue Dragons]] * [[Green Dragons]] * [[Red Dragons]] * [[White Dragons]] h4. Metallic …

  • Trolls

    Trolls are thickset, with snouts and fangs or tusks, with mottled gray skin. They are taller than [[Humans | humans]], but their height is partly concealed by their typical slouching stance. They are very strong, very tough, and have rapid regeneration. …

  • Goblin-kin

    Goblin-kin is a collective name for races that are derived from [[Goblins | goblins]]. Goblins unique adaptability means that they can change dramatically over relatively short periods (years or even months) when exposed to different environments or …

  • Humans

    Humans are the most numerous, as well as the most influential race in the [[The Dragon Empire | Dragon Empire]]. Six of the seven major cities of the empire are predominantly human ([[Concord]] being the exception). Even [[Drakkenhall]], the City of …

  • Giants

    Giants are the original people, and the common [[Races | races]] are their unworthy descendants, or so say the giants. There are five types of giants: * [[Hill Giants]] * [[Fire Giants]] * [[Frost Giants]] * [[Stone Giants]] * [[Storm Giants]] …

  • Hill Giants

    Hill giants are the [[Giants | giants]] most encountered by non-giants in the [[The Dragon Empire | Dragon Empire]]. The other giants generally live in mountains, volcanoes, or the [[The Overworld | overworld]], but hill giants occupy the same lands …

  • Frost Giants

    Frost giants are common in the [[The Frost Range | Frost Range]] mountains on the borders of the [[The Dragon Empire | Dragon Empire]]. They are also common in the [[The Northern Reach | far north]]. In the Northern Reach, they are the giants that …

  • Storm Giants

    Unlike the other [[Giants | giants]] who often enter the [[The Overworld | overworld]], but also live on the land, the storm giants dwell exclusively in the overworld. The storm giants are semi-[[Sorcery | sorcerous]] warriors of the overworld who …

  • Fire Giants

    Fire giants are some of the most powerful mortal beings to walk the land, and they know it. They are not merely warlords and conquerors but also planners and builders. Of all the [[Giants | giants]], the fire giants have had the most frequent and most …

  • Stone Giants

    Stone giants are the most reclusive of the [[Giants | giants]], living deep in the mountains away from most settlements. They are ancient enemies of the [[Dwarves | dwarves]], but generally have little interaction with the other [[Races | races]] of the …