Primary Deity: Strroll
Favored Class: Any
Primary Environment: Any
Primary Alignment: Any (Neutral)
Humans in Amun are a wide and varied race with a large variety. The most basic of races and the pride of their creator, humans are versatile and hold the most noble houses in common cities, only rivaled by elves. They are equally skilled in magic, combat, politics, hunting, pretty much anything. They may be a younger race than the orcs, elves, dwarves and various others, but they are rarely looked on as lesser, except by races like the drow and deurgar. They are usually met with neutrality, nothing surprising, unless of course met by especially judgmental individuals.
The physical characteristics of humans are as varied as the world’s climes. From the dark-skinned tribesmen of the south to the pale and barbaric raiders of the northern lands, humans possess a wide variety of skin colors, body types, and facial features. Generally speaking, humans’ skin color assumes a darker hue the closer to the equator they live.
Human society comprises a multitude of governments, attitudes, and lifestyles. Though the oldest human cultures trace their histories back to their creation at the hands of Strroll, when compared to the societies of common races like elves and dwarves, human society seems to be in a state of constant flux as empires fragment and new kingdoms subsume the old. In general, humans are known for their flexibility, ingenuity, and ambition.
The Neanderthal race are a race of humans that hold a more primal and primitive appearance to normal humans. Most Races look down upon the Neanderthal race for this matter, when actually they were built this way to run on instinct to survive the harsh environments that they live in. They are tribal and often quite savage and xenophobic. The Neanderthals hold alignments leaning towards neutrality or chaos. Most Neanderthals can be found within The Ice Roads or the Primal Jungle.
The Asherati are the humanoids of the sand, with smooth, hairless, rust colored skin and yellow eyes without pupils. Among the human races, the Asherati are the most remarkable, with an ability to swim through the sand as if it were water, and can breathe normally. They can also give off a glow like a lamp at will. While the Asherati do in fact drink water, they need less to survive, only about 1/4 of the normal amount. Beyond that however, the creatures have an aversion to water, and are incapable of holding their breath when completely submerged within water. The Asherati pay due respect to Strroll, their creator, but will often develop a stronger relationship with Phoerex, though there are a large number who take to the life of an assassin or Rogue and instead worship either Makiyaei or Quinzelle. While there will be the occasional Asherati adventurer, the majority of them live either wandering the sands of the Somal’ti Desert or living in the Quin’shet Kingdom.
The Aventi are a race of amphibious humans that dwell within The Grand Ocean or it’s three seas. They hold a stronger connection to the sea than even a normal human sailor, with a stronger ability at casting water based spells. They hold a strong sense of honor and tradition, leaning them to more lawful alignments. The Aventi hold both Strroll and Uoolg in high worship.
This race of humans were actually not created by Strroll, but rather were an attempt by Makiyaei at creating a copy of her brother’s species, with a few customized additions. These gray skinned humans are rarely seen, as they avoid contact with other creatures for the most part, as the underdark is a rather dangerous place. However when they are seen, reports say that the people are rather beautiful and graceful, wearing long, well designed robes and dresses of dark color, and wearing intricate yet delicate headpieces of gold and silver. It also isn’t uncommon to see rather eccentric accessories, such as large metallic feathers behind the shoulders. The Imaskari are fascinated and extremely talented with magic, should anyone want to befriend one of these underdark creatures, gifting them with a rare spell or magic item is the best way to do so. Though they are greatly entertained by by magics, you’d never know it to look at the people, as the Imaskari rarely show emotion, though they do feel it. As such, they lean for neutrality in their alignments. They have a spectacular ability to recall any 1st level spell that they had cast once per day.