Strength is my weapon

Born in a barren land with severe cold weather,
Cyclopes easily adapt themselves to any environment
and are renowned for their strength and power.
A nomadic race traveling the plains and mountains of Uld,
they are steeped in tradition and believe strength is the key
measure of power in the world.
Cyclopes have naturally strong bodies and impressive horns.
Their large and fierce single eye strikes fear
into the hearts of enemies. In the past, Cyclopes would raid and war with the other races; only recently
have they begun using their strength towards the pursuit of justice.


Wise diplomats

Renowned for their exceptional diplomatic skills,
Humans make their living by brokering alliances
and trade between the other races.
Humans are very versatile and are able to perform almost
any task admirably. Where other races struggle to change,
Humans are quick learners that are capable of adapting
to any circumstance.
Human adventurers are highly disciplined developing strong, healthy bodies.
The secret to their health is a balanced diet and a dedication to
strengthening both their mind
and body. Humans are intelligent,  highly industrious and loyal, their boundless ambition seems
to grow every day.


Nature’s mystics

Satyrs are known to be the oldest race in Uld.
They are very mystical and highly attuned to Nature.
They excel in ancient knowledge and philosophical studies
and maintain a strong bond with their ancestors.
Physically, their lower body is that of a goat with horns
on their forehead. Through both word and deed it is clear that they are Nature’s guardians. Satyr society encourages
the free expression of emotions and a carefree attitude.

Their language is very poetic and reveals a deep love of life. Satyrs are fond of music and drinking,
and almost all study meditation and nature magic. Their carefree attitude is contagious
and even Cyclopes have been known to crack a smile at their antics.


Uld’s machinist geniuses

Gremlins are a quick-witted race with outstanding technical skills.
Most of them are exceptional craftsmen with a wild enthusiasm
for machinery. Individualistic and incredibly active,
they are unable to stay still for long and seek joy in everything
they do . Gremlins have big heads (they are happy to point
out that they have a large and highly developed cerebellum)
and peculiar beauty standards – they are fascinated by large eyes

and ears. Regardless of age or sex, all Gremlins favor sweets
and high calorie foods. Their culture is hard to understand to outsiders,
punctuated as it is by different degrees of eccentricity. They are witty, playful, energetic and appreciate
fine food and fashion. At times Gremlins can be insecure and emotional; however,
thanks to their easygoingness, they tend to quickly laugh their troubles off.