Acorin Species in Aquatica Homebrew | World Anvil
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Written by Pookas Kreations

The Acorin is a tiny Fae race that resembles a mix of acorns, leaves, sticks, bark, and stones. When still they look like liter on the floor of the forest. They upkeep the forest to keep it healthy, at one with the forest and its guardians.


Although small, they have an innate grace and agility that allows them to be swift and elusive in their forested environment. Their coloring range from brown to vibrant green to allow them to match the coloring of their home. 


Most of aCorin race on Aquatica live on Sylvania, but others have migrated to Avalonia and a few other areas that are close to the Fae Wild. Areas with low magic will rarely have Acorin living their and if the magic is corrupted they will often be as well.

Basic Information


In some ways they look like tiny Twigling or Tree-Kin. But they are more closely related to Kodama, forest spirits that live in healthy forests.

Genetics and Reproduction

Acorin have a very short lifespan and are budded from the Acorin mother tree at need. One of her acorns falls and turns into one of them. If one dies there is a chance for their body to be absorbed into the ground and a new one to grow from their "seed" into a week to a month.

Growth Rate & Stages

They become an adult in hours, and only lives for a few months to a few years.

Ecology and Habitats

The population and health of the Acorin show the health of the forest that they live.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Acorin absorbs the magical air that the fae trees exude. Some also drink water or eat berries from the area but all is needed is breathing.

Additional Information

Social Structure

They are extensions of their Mother Oak which are extensions of the World Tree Gaia.


If taken from their Forest they will die, although if a cutting of the mother oak and some of the dirt for planting it is harvested for potting it are kept around the correct type of magic might enable it to survive.

Facial characteristics

Their faces are not very expressive since they have woody, bark-like skin. Their eyes shimmer with an otherworldly glow, reflecting their connection to the The Fae Wild from whence they came.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Magical forests

Average Intelligence

Average human

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

  • Lowlight vision
  • nature's bond: sense damage to the forest
  • fey morphology: pass without trace
  • fey resilience
  • camouflage

Symbiotic and Parasitic organisms

They are a symbiotic species with a World Tree forest, there are variations in all the areas that there are world trees.

Civilization and Culture

Naming Traditions

They have no names as they have a group mind.

Gender Ideals

All Acorin are males, rarely one is created by the mother oak to migrate to another forest and plant herself to guard this new forest.

Major Language Groups and Dialects


Common Taboos

Fire and magical corruption.

Interspecies Relations and Assumptions

They live in harmony with all Fae species, Elves, and Gnomes.
Genetic Ancestor(s)
Scientific Name
Querculus Sylvaticus
It isn't known if they are related to the Twiglings, Tree-kin or if they are their own species.
1 year
Average Height
12 in
Average Weight
4 oz
Average Physique
Since they are mobile plants, they are very wiry with no mammalian style muscles.
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Their "skin" can be any shade of brown, green, black, or grey. Less common are blue, red, and yellow.
Geographic Distribution
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Jan 6, 2024 20:41 by Mochi

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