The most populace humanoid species on the world of Strathnora, Humans are unpredictable and varied beyond any other humanoid species on the planet. The first to stand against the Dragons, they are often seen as heroes by the other races, and particularly important humans are often allowed access to any part of another race's cities or strongholds.
  Their drive, ambition and exceptional potential has led to Humans being the predominant race on the surface of Strathnora, with massive sprawling cities and numerous towns in myriad environments.

Basic Information


The "generic" humanoid.

Biological Traits

Humans commonly live between fifty to one hundred years as part of their natural life spans, though some have been rumoured to live even longer.

Genetics and Reproduction

Humans breed relatively quickly compared to the other races, with a nine month pregnancy and the ability to concieve children for most of their lives, allowing them to have families ranging from small to large.

Growth Rate & Stages

Humans develop relatively slowly, only reaching maturity by age twenty, and grow old by around sixty.

Ecology and Habitats

Humans can be found in almost any environment, from the scorching sands of the Dragon Blood Desert to the frozen Tundra and anywhere in between, though they prefer more temperate climates.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Humans prefer fresh and cooked food, though many are eager to try the cultural dishes of othe other races, often developing a taste for them.


Due to their tumultuous nature, there is no one way a human can act or behave.

Additional Information

Social Structure

Human social structure is commonly a Hierachical one, with one individual, or sometimes a group of individuals, ruling over the masses.

Geographic Origin and Distribution

Humans can be found all across the continents of Strathnora, though they are most populace in temperate zones like Eagos.

Average Intelligence

Human intelligence ranges from basic to exceptional, often depending on their upbringing, though most are at a basic level.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Humans do not commonly possess exceptional senses, though some are said to develop them later in life.

Civilization and Culture

Naming Traditions

Humans have no true naming traditions, often drawing from other cultures or even creating entirely new names on a whim.

Major Organizations

The Terris Kingdom.

Beauty Ideals

Beauty ideals for humans can vary greatly between the individual, often leading to interspecies breeding with other races.

Major Language Groups and Dialects

Common and another species' language

Interspecies Relations and Assumptions

Humans have a variety of views on the other species of Strathnora, usually dependent on the individual.
A Male Human Scholar
Scientific Name
Homo sapien sapiens
60 years
Average Height
4 - 7 ft
Average Weight
50 - 120 kgs
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Humans range in colour from pale whites to dark browns, some so dark as to even be considered black.
Geographic Distribution
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