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  • Dogkin

    Dog people! No, seriously, that's the most important aspect of the race. They look like dogmen. Bipedal, digigrade dogmen with mildly humanized faces. Pretty much human in perceptions and skills - they get a bost to running speed when going about on all …

  • Bunny

    Bunnies, or rabbitkin. Designed as...ah...'personal assistants' and native to north america. They're most notable for 'imprinting' - i.e. developing a more-or-less unbreakable fixation on and devotion to a human partner/master. Fortinately for their …

  • Bearkin

    Bearmen! Giant bearmen, that is! Bearkin average about ten feet tall, with the normal range being nine to eleven feet. Honestly, just imagine a "Short Faced Bear":http://www.itsnature.org/rip/dinosaurs/giant-short-faced-bear/ with a more domed skull, hand …

  • Humans

    Mostly here to make notes about aspect abuse, but for what it's worth, due to migration and gen modding, you have a fair bit of flex in the physical appearance of a human character - although the further they drift into 'outright freakish', the more …

  • Catkin

    Bwarg! Tired! Catkin is cat people. Short. Flexible. Lacking in the collarbone department. Overbuilt digigrade hind legs, to the point one of the vernacular names for 'em is cabbit. Big ears, big eyes. Cute in a kind of eerie way. They have their own …

  • Whatkin

    Yay fave homebrew! However, I'm sleepy, so this will be a fairly brief rundown. Whatkin look like an unholy hybrid of a spider monkey, a hyaena, and a box full of knives. They're tall and lanky, with overlong arms and hand-like feet. Hyaena like head, …

  • Playable Races

    * [[Humans]] * [[Dogkin]] * [[Catkin]] * [[Wolfkin]] * [[Bearkin]] * [[Whatkin]] * [[Nimmies]] * [[Genner | Genners]] - modified humans; mostly native to [[Jinland]]

  • Genner

    Also: Djinn, Jenies, Jeanies, Genies, and moddies. The catch-all term for cosmetically modified humans. Really, most of these people are just funny looking humans, and function as such, including in terms of aspect benefits, although they can also call …

  • Nimmies

    Nimmies were one of the first sapient non-human races created, and are one of the most widespread - While most common in the Americas, they can be found on every continent. ...mind, they'd probably be even more common if most other peoples didn't hate …

  • Wolfkin

    Wolfmen! Close relatives of [[Dogkin]], and capable of interbreeding with them. Really, the only differences are fairly consmetic - more rounded ribcages, thick neckruffs in place of 'hair', longer, narrower jaws, and a related tendency to have trouble …

  • Dragon

    So totally not a player race. <_< About what you'd expect: They're large(horse-to-elephant sized) flying lizards that can spit fire, cast magic, and are too damned smart for anyone's good. Besides that, not a lot is really known. I mean, it's not like …

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