Totania is a world carefully watched by the many Gods, Demons, Devils, and other creatures that live in the realms adjacent to it. Created by a small coalition of Gods, who each worked tirelessly to create the magnificent world named Totania. It was then populated by many races, from Dragons, Giants, Elves, Orcs, and Dwarves, to Dragonborn, Tortles, Yuan-Ti, Lizardfolk, and Kenku
Peace is a word that is not known by most Totanian races. While the legislative body known as the World Court always attempts to keep it, they cannot stop the world from rolling ever closer to the flames of war.
The sudden appearance of Humanity in the year -10 did nothing to help this. A fragile balance was always kept among what the world called the Three Major Races: The Kenku, the Dragonborn, and the Elves. Yet with the appearance of Humanity, and the fast rivalry formed between them and the Dwarves, this power-balance was often upset. Never did the Three Major Races stay the same in a hundred year span, with the Kenku and Dragonborn often falling to the wayside until a powerful Grand Wizard or Kenku King with a strong stand appeared again. Even the Orcs, during some desparate moments in history, became one of the Three Major Races.
The world of Totania is held in balance by the Magic
from the Weave, a dimension formed entirely by mana. Mages able to use this magic often distinguish themselves, and influence world events. From basic elemental Magic, Impossible Magic, Item magic, Stands, and the powers of the Divine Trifecta, the magic used by Totanian mages can be incredibly powerful, and incredibly strange. Among these great Magic powers, the Grand Wizard, head of the Dragonborn Magic College, is known to stand apart from the other magic users.
With so much variation in the world, you are unlikely to find two people in the world of Totania to be the same. Motivations, desires, powers, relationships, all of these are influenced by the world that stands around the people of this world.
But there is nothing more important in Totania than that: