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Races of the Light

Lore Story: The Races of harmony and good

By Rick Merriman

After The Mothers and The Fathers all gave a part of themselves to create the race of man to give Siberlee her child, the Gods all began to feel a longing to have a child of their own. The One and The Other decided to gift each of these gods a race of their own so they too could have children.

The races of those Gods who eventually became known as the Mothers became known as the Races of the Light. As with the Mothers themselves, these creatures are thought to be inherently good.

Inherently good it does not mean all are always good. There are sprinklings of evil in all the races, even the Races of Light. Some individuals may be quite evil in their doings – even if the seed of being good is in them from birth.

In certain cases, entire groups may show none of the virtues of The Mothers and appear evil in most of their affairs. On this subject Kalos The Fire Dragon is known to have said, “Good or Evil is but an unnourished seed implanted at birth. Upbringing and environment are the fertilizer that determine how each of us is to grow.”

An example of this is the people of Kezia and the harsh unforgiving landscape where these people live. Though they are from the race of man, they have a long history of being cruel, aggressive, and somewhat evil throughout most of the history. This trait comes from the way in which these people were raised by their parents, and how those parents were raised by their parents and so forth, for a millennium. 

The Races of The Light include:

Man

Elves

Faeries

Furs

Merfolk

Dwarves

Murmils

Races of the Light

Lore Story: The Races of harmony and good

By Rick Merriman

After The Mothers and The Fathers all gave a part of themselves to create the race of man to give Siberlee her child, the Gods all began to feel a longing to have a child of their own. The One and The Other decided to gift each of these gods a race of their own so they too could have children.

The races of those Gods who eventually became known as the Mothers became known as the Races of the Light. As with the Mothers themselves, these creatures are thought to be inherently good.

Inherently good it does not mean all are always good. There are sprinklings of evil in all the races, even the Races of Light. Some individuals may be quite evil in their doings – even if the seed of being good is in them from birth.

In certain cases, entire groups may show none of the virtues of The Mothers and appear evil in most of their affairs. On this subject Kalos The Fire Dragon is known to have said, “Good or Evil is but an unnourished seed implanted at birth. Upbringing and environment are the fertilizer that determine how each of us is to grow.”

An example of this is the people of Kezia and the harsh unforgiving landscape where these people live. Though they are from the race of man, they have a long history of being cruel, aggressive, and somewhat evil throughout most of the history. This trait comes from the way in which these people were raised by their parents, and how those parents were raised by their parents and so forth, for a millennium. 

The Races of The Light include:

Man

Elves

Faeries

Furs

Merfolk

Dwarves

Murmils

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