Shape changers. Some choose a human-like physical form, others choose animal, others still choose inanimate objects or landforms. When their physical form dies, the rest of their spiritual energy is recycled into the havidir.
Genetics and Reproduction
Are made, rather than born, and pop up as full grown, intelligent beings regardless of their physical form. Cannot reproduce with other sylphs, but can reproduce with humans by mimicking their reproductive system.
Usually extremely beautiful, appear very human, and features vary by type. Generally have unusual eyes that reflect the color of their power source.
Civilization and Culture
Nature names related to their habitat
Can choose physical form. When humanoid, often choose extremely beautiful, childlike, or extremely odd/ugly
Human and animal forms have a male or female gender, but Sylphs themselves are genderless. Female humanoid sylphs are sometimes known as nymphs, while male humanoid sylphs are referred to as elphs
Interspecies Relations and Assumptions
Can mate with humans, creating half-sylphs
- Scientific Name
- Nativus Magus Sylviens
- Made of pure energy, born out of nature
- Average Height
- Average Weight
- Average Physique
- Most choose to be very well built or athletic in order to appear attractive to humans. Some choose a childlike appearance, however, they are not children. Others still will choose an old or decrepit appearance meant to unnerve humans.
- Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
- Markings on skin relating to their habitat
- Related Ethnicities
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