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Innworld is inhabited by many races of sapient species.

For non-sapient species, see the Monsters page

Overview[edit | edit source]

Innworld has a diverse landscape of many sapient species all with unique backgrounds, rich cultures, and traditions. Throughout history, many have grown increasingly common or gone extinct. Some species, like humans, flourish on all continents while others have been driven to small hidden locations and live in small numbers.

List of Sapient Races[edit | edit source]

Known Races:[edit | edit source]

Leveling[edit | edit source]

Most sapient races of innworld have the ability to level though some lack that ability and others are as of yet unconfirmed as having levels, plus some races have shown half-descendants that can level desire being unable to level themselves. Below are races that have not been shown with Classes/Levels.

Non Leveling:[edit | edit source]

  • Agelum
  • Ape and Monkeys
  • Crelers
  • Cyclopes
  • Elves
  • Djinni
  • Dorhmin
  • Dragons
  • Dryads
  • Elementals
  • Fae / Faeries
  • Giants (Half-Giants can)
  • Gnomes
  • Golems (Can with a specific core format)
  • Lucifen
  • Merfolk
  • Ogres
  • Raskghar
  • Sariant Lambs (Will if they can pass the Trials of Levelling)[11]
  • Titans
  • Trolls (Half-Trolls can)
  • Treants
  • Undead (Can with a specific core format)
  • Vampires (can if purified)
  • Unicorns
  • Wyrms

Unknown Leveling:[edit | edit source]

Currently unknown if these sapient races can/could level or not.

  • Halflings
  • Spiderfolk
  • Unnamed race of magic Silverfish
  • Unnamed race of Psychic Crustaceans

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • There are beings, like Djinn, that are highly magical and part spirit.[12] Most of these types of creatures are currently enslaved, particularly in Chandrar.
  • In Izril, the most common interspecies marriage is between Gnolls and Drakes. This is due to their close proximity in the south and is despite the fact that there are many Humans in the north.[13]
  • Some races are not able to level until a special criterion is met. Vampires, for instance, need to be purified and drink the blood of other leveling creatures to gain levels themselves.
  • Selphids refer to any species other than them as the Manykind.[14]

References[edit | edit source]