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Realms of Tirakan

The human kingdoms came into being at the beginning of the millennium. We are witnessing the beginning of a prosperous time for the human empires.

Unnoticed by humans, the empires of elves, dwarves, goblins and other races have already existed for centuries. It shall be many centuries before humans meet these other races.

Elves
Elves

Created by the Dragons in the Age of the Guardians, the elves are probably the oldest human-like people on Tirakan. Their heyday is long gone, and today no one can seriously claim to have ever met an elf. Legends as well as scholars tell of a revival of magic, and thus also of the old servants, but this is in no way confirmed.

Dwarves
Dwarves

The dwarf peoples of Tirakan are highly diverse. The Fraxut dwarves are friendly and more inclined towards humans. This may also be due to the fact that their territory lies between the human kingdoms of the Yadosia, Hadewald and Asgoran. The Xordai people, who have their own very strong faith and are rather shy of people, are rather distant. The Morgalas, on the other hand, are a special kind of dwarf. They were enslaved by Wisgu in ancient times and have followed sinister desires since they were drawn into the depths of the earth many centuries ago.

Flits
Flits

The flits are small, winged creatures that have great similarity with the Elves. Their body proportions and also the pointy ears resemble those of the elves. The Flits reach an average height of about 60 to 70 cm. However, the wings that spring from their shoulder blades can vary from Flit to Flit. One Flit has two bat wings, another has two feathered wings, and another has two butterfly wings, but the most common is four dragonfly wings. All Flits must first learn to fly, just as a human or elf must first learn to walk. Later, however, they can remain stationary in the air.

Gargoyles
Gargoyles

The Doldagor (ca. 4000 b. EC - 950 EC) are stone creatures that have inhabited Tirakan since the Third Age. Their shape is that of a gargoyle of the humans, which were designed in their image. Appearance and stone type of the Doldagor are highly variable, so these beings can be very multiform.