Prayer For Statistics

Prayer For Statistics

´╗┐The race of humans. They are purple-haired and have warmly-colored eyes. They are telekinetic. In their culture, every person is expected to be good at stoneworking. Their magical practices tend to focus on divination. They manage to control a rich state that is known for its exotic plant life.
The race of Pixies. Their society is split by gender - males and females are separate cultures. They are well-known for their theaters. The only kind of magic they can do is alchemy. Their government is a technocracy. They control a wealthy city-state.
The race of sentient Kelpies. They are famous for their postal system and airships. They are extremely snobbish. They worship alien gods unheard of by others. They completely control a rich land. They are the descendents of another race.
The race of sentient crabs. They interbreed easily with other species. They are exceptionally good at mind magic. Their government is a technocracy that is corrupt. They exist outside this dimension, but have some influence inside of this one.
The race of Undead. They are noted for their jewelers. Their gods are said to be dead or have fled this world. No one knows where they came from.
The race of humans. They are black-skinned and fair-haired. They are noted for their adventurers. They crave forbidden knowledge. They serve a race of enemy gods. Their government is a bureaucracy that is corrupt.
The race of Satyrs. As a people, they are generally good at haggling. They are noted for their archives and houses of ill repute. Their magical practices tend to focus on illusion-creation. They worship a pantheon of gods and goddesses. The god of medicine is especially important to them. They believe the powers that be are generally distant and uninvolved in their lives. Most religious observation is done in private. Once slaves, they overthrew their masters and rule their realm now. They were created as part of a breeding experiment that failed - creating them instead.
The race of elves....

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