The Scale-Kin

The Scale-Kin in Numinith are a rare sight among the civilized world. Once, their kind ruled over large swathes of land in the region that is now home to the Republic of Delmond. However, they were slaughered and displaced by Harmon Delmond and his people. What remains of them are now various tribes that inhabit the outer swamps, jungles, and forests of their ancestral homeland.

The two types of Scale-Kin, Lizardfolk & Ophidians (snake-like folk that often live side by side with Lizardfolk), are an intelligent but brutish species. They are clever enough to form tribes and pray to their ancient gods, but their inherent nature generally leads them to violence and aggressive action, even among their own kind.

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The Sylvan-Fey

Sylvan-Fey are a broad group of long lived mortals descended from the ancient Dryads. They are generally tall lithe bodied beings with skin ranging in color from a dark brown to pale white, although various other color ranges exist depending on the type of Sylvan-Fey. The most common Sylvan-Fey are:

  • Lifespan: 200 – 250 years
  • Average Height: 6 feet (2m)
  • Average Weight: 160 lbs

Base Characteristics for Sylvan-Fey

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The Temple of the Divine Trinity

Known as the Saviors, the Trinity are openly worshiped throughout most of Numinith. They are worshiped together as the Trinity but also as individuals with a Sphere of Influence of their own.

The Temple of the Divine Trinity has many charters throughout Numinith, each attempting to spread the Temple’s message but more importantly, to pay homage to the Trinity for saving Mortals and the Elder Races during the War of the Heavens. The Temple performs rites and ceremonies throughout the year in coordination with its sub-chapters but overall steadies its focuses on the prevention of the return of the Old Ones, the Void entities that sought to dominate Numinith prior to the First Era.

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