Fantasy Race Generator

Descriptions of fantasy races as complex as you like them, from simple appearance to a complete backstory!

  • For simple physical descriptions, choose 'Description.'
  • Choose 'Detail' to get a cultural snapshots and 'extras' for the race.
  • Choose 'Complete' to get a complete profile of the race and their place in their world.

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The race of dolphin-people. Despite their intelligence, their speech is rather childlike. They serve a race of enemy gods. Their government is efficient. A great doom awaits them, and they know it not.
The race of dwarves. Their magical practices focus exclusively on demonology. They are notoriously hyperactive. Once slaves, they overthrew their masters and rule their realm now.
The race of halflings. They are fair-haired and have dark-colored eyes. In their culture, every person is expected to be good at history. They avoid all kinds of magic except alchemy. They are only interested in religion for practical value. Their government is a meritocracy that is extremely corrupt.
The race of halflings. They are dusky-skinned, fair-haired, and have light-colored eyes. They learn quickly. They are very proper. They worship a pantheon of gods and goddesses. The goddess of animals is especially important to them. They believe the powers that be are generally distant and uninvolved in their lives. Their government is functional. They control a rich kingdom.
The race of Cockatrice-people. They return insults with violence. They serve a race of gods excluded from this world. The goddess that created them in turn abandoned them.
The spindly race. They are brown-haired and have many horns on their heads. They take naturally to trees. The they avoid all kinds of magic except plant magic. They worship a single goddess who works via assorted servants and messengers - this deity in turn has a nemesis responsible for evil in the world. They believe the powers that be are intimately involved in their lives. Their government is entirely dysfunctional. They barely control a forest empire that holds many ancient, lost treasures. A great destiny awaits them, and they wait for it patiently.
The gigantic race. They are white-skinned and have webbed ears. They have powerful psychic abilities. Their magical practices tend to focus on summoning magic. They practice ritual cannibalism of the deceased. They turned their back on their old gods to follow darker ones. Their government is a plutocracy that is non-functional. They control a city-state that is actually a living being they exist in harmony with.
The bulky race. They are orange-armored, fair-haired, and have purple eyes They are well-known for their schools. They worship a patriarchal pantheon of gods and goddesses. The god of fortune is especially important to them. Their government is a confederacy that is entirely dysfunctional. They were created as part of a breeding experiment that went horribly wrong.
The gigantic race. They have spines instead of hair. They have toothless mouths. They are naturally good at herbology. They return insults with violence. They worship a single goddess who works with a host of created sub-deities that are also worshiped - this deity in turn has a nemesis responsible for evil in the world. They exist only as slaves. No one knows where they came from.
The deformed race. They are green-haired and have a single horn on their heads. They are genderless, and are able to reproduce on their own. They are very cunning. Their magical practices tend to focus on flesh magic. They worship a patriarchal pantheon of gods and goddesses. The god of crafting is especially important to them. They believe the powers that be are generally distant and uninvolved in their lives. Most religious observation is very disordered and disorganized. Their government is corrupt. They completely control a peninsula that is actually a living being they exist in harmony with.

 

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