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(New page: '''Elves''' are another race, formed when the game world's equivalent of Adam and Eve made love before committing the original sin. *Height: like humans. *Weight: lighter and thinner ...)
 
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'''Elves''' are another race, formed when the game world's equivalent of Adam and Eve made love before committing the original sin.
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'''Elves''' are another race, formed when the game world's equivalent of Adam and Eve made love before committing the [[fall of man|original sin]].
  
 
*Height: like [[human]]s.
 
*Height: like [[human]]s.
 
*Weight: lighter and thinner than humans.
 
*Weight: lighter and thinner than humans.
 
*Ears: pointy.
 
*Ears: pointy.
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*Aging: at least an order of magnitude slower than humans.
 
*Growth: much slower than humans.
 
*Growth: much slower than humans.
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*Metabolism: faster in some ways.
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*Movement: faster.
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*Magic vs. tech: Close alliance with nature. Perhaps compare real-world [[wikipedia:druid|druidry]] and [[wikipedia:Native Americans in the United States|American "Indian"]] practices.
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*Superiority complex: they tend to think they're better than other races.
  
 
== Out-of-universe ==
 
== Out-of-universe ==
From high-fantasy fiction, '''not''' Keebler, '''not''' Santa.
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{{OOU box|From high-fantasy fiction, '''not''' Keebler, '''not''' Santa.
In fact, I wonder whether we even need elves in this world.
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But in fact, I wonder whether we even need elves in this world.}}
  
 
[[Category:Races]]
 
[[Category:Races]]

Revision as of 18:20, 8 September 2008

Elves are another race, formed when the game world's equivalent of Adam and Eve made love before committing the original sin.

  • Height: like humans.
  • Weight: lighter and thinner than humans.
  • Ears: pointy.
  • Aging: at least an order of magnitude slower than humans.
  • Growth: much slower than humans.
  • Metabolism: faster in some ways.
  • Movement: faster.
  • Magic vs. tech: Close alliance with nature. Perhaps compare real-world druidry and American "Indian" practices.
  • Superiority complex: they tend to think they're better than other races.

Out-of-universe