Races (Finale Supplement)
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The Races of Finale are directly related to races that are included in the magazine. That means that the first races are going to be fire-based. Oh, yeah, I'm also going to put in some basic races too.
 Basic Races
Subject to change after magazine is finished.
Firekin (Cora Race)- Firekin are lively individuals who often seek to tame the lands. Many are adventurers, merchants, frontiersman, or stonemelders. They live a bit shorter than most of the other races, and because of this they are often seen as driven to see things and accomplish things in their life more quickly than others. This gives them a sense of motivation to get things done that other races do not have. Firekin are almost always beautiful, and have great social skills primarily because of their upbringing. Firekin are primarily found inside the empire, or working under one of the guilds from within it, though they often are merchants or travelers who provide services that extend to the countryside, and outside of the Empire's influence.
Fireborn (3.5e Race)- Fireborn are beings of wild emotions and mood swings. They are confident in their own abilities, sometimes to the point of being cocky. Fireborn often treat less confident creatures with contempt, for a fireborn known to adventure with a "coward" would be mocked and treated as an outcast.
Often, they can be found laughing or smiling, joining in revelry easily. Though, their tempers flare quickly with arguments and frustrations, which often results in unnecessary violence or harsh words.
Living in the zeal of the moment, they fail to reflect much on their lives.
Eijilund Plushies (3.5e Race)- Plushies either have a loose grip on sanity and express it perfectly or are lucid and rational and are unable to express it. Madness is the way they speak and the way they do things, even if somehow, by some impossible means they seem to be purposefully getting to their goals. Perhaps its dumb luck.
Plushies get along with Slaad, as only they know the correct answer to how much green weighs and the subtle flavor of a star's purple eyebrow. 61!