Players can choose from the following player races.
Humans are the ruling race of the Kingdom of Catreath, and the majority of those who live in the kingdom are human. Human society is feudal in style, and is both sexist and racist. Humans hold all important positions within society, and only humans can be noble.
Anyone may play a human.
High Elves are the most aloof of the elvish races. They are the guardians of elvish language and culture, and tend to consider themselves a superior race. They are known to dwell in the North in their cities there, into which no race but elves are permitted. They are very long-lived, and some believe them to be undying. High Elves are rare in Catreath.
High Elves must be tall and slender in build, with pointed ears and no facial hair. They are subject to very strict cultural rules.
Wood Elves are more numerous and accessible in Catreath than their High Elven cousins, though they are far from common. They are a nomadic people, moving through the forests of Catreath and beyond. They are, like High Elves, very long-lived.
Wood Elves must have pointed ears and no facial hair, but may have any build.
Half Elves are the children of an elf and a human. They are shunned by both societies, and if discovered for what they are can be social pariahs.
Anyone may play a half elf. They may have pointed ears, but do not have to.
Dwarves usually dwell beneath the mountains of Catreath and the surrounding kingdoms. They are short and stocky, and always bearded. They are renouned miners and smiths.
Dwarves must be short with a stocky build, and must have a beard.
Halflings are a short, homely race that dwell in small villages in Catreath. Halfling society places emphasis on home and the family. Halfings tend to be farmers, cooks, and to be involved with similar homely tasks.
Halflings must be short with a stocky build.
Animal Kin are a humanoid race that exhibits the traits of an animal. They tend to be uncivilised and uneducated, and they are widely distrusted. There are different types of animal kin, the most common of which are listed below:-
Any animalkin must bear significant traits of the animal they are related to e.g. slit eyes, fur, snout, claws.
There are many other races within Catreath, which players may choose with the approval of a referee. These include:-
Players may not play any undead, spirit or demon race.