The species of the fantasy world, arranged accordinly by appearance in the novel.
Humans: Chances are high, that you already know what a human is. You know, the ape-like beings, which are, despised being considered as intelligent, constantly doing things, which shouldn’t be done.
Examples: Katsuragi Kenta, Momokawa Kyou, Katarine von Stolzherz
Ss’rak: The lizard people, they’re nimble climbers and uses their claws, teeths and tails as natural weapons. There is a whole city in the Vulkan mountain range, all devoted to Muaotef, the god of the ss’rak, who is a dragon himself.
Examples: the patriarch (name unknown), the Voice of Muaotef
Alfar: Also called ‘the young folk,’ who are a bit too playful to most other species. They can use magic to influence living beings like plants, animals, or people. They also tend to be more intelligent than other species.
Examples: Ara’ainn, Oro’hekk
Demons: They come in many forms and shapes, but they have usually horns, claws, fangs, and other monster-like traits. They don’t think like most other species, they have a clear desire for destruction.
Examples: The red oni (name unknown)
Hynoars: Having several animalistic features, some people would refer them to beastkin. They combine traits of equines, canines, ursines, felines, and simians. They tend to live in hunter-and-gatherer communities, accepting strong people as part of the pack, which always comes first.
Folkpeople: These small fellow have small fingers, large feet, kinky hair, nut-colored skin, and many teeth in their mouths. Some might refer to them as halflings, but folkspeople are terrifiying strong, capable of lifting people thrice their size with ease. They’re usually joyful, though when they’re strict, they’re harder than steel.
Examples: Captain of the Bloody-Nose Mercenaries, the gate guard of Goldbrunn
Dari: These people are a bit smaller than humans, but about twice as wide. Their abundant hair looks like metal, males tend to have massive beards, and both genders have strong body-hair. Female dari tend to be bigger than males. The dari are known for their martial prowress and their mercantile talent.