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Briton- Briton's are humans with average starting stats
Highlander- They come from the northern highland of Albion.
They are very strong and war is their passion
Saracen- Coming from the desert they are descendants of Palomides who was one of King Arthur's
most trusted knights of the roundtable. Their specialty is quickness and dexterity.
Avalonian- Coming from the fallen city of Avalon, they are taller and thinner
then other races.
Inconnu- This race is very small and pale. This race is only available to
shrouded isles users.
Half Ogre- Bred from Avalonains and Ogres, they are tall and strong. They are very smart
and able to perform magic techniques. This race is only available to Trials of Atlantis Users.
Celt- Celt's are human who are strong in nature magic but also are decent combatants.
Firbolg- Huge humanoids that are believed to be a mix of man and giant.
Lurikeen- This race is small and incredibly quick and are skilled in stealth maneuvers and hiding.
Elf- Beautifully tall and thin, elves are very strong spellcasters.
Sylvan- This race is a dryad-type creature that resemble the trees in which they live. This race is only available to Shrouded Isles users.
Shar- A tough and rough race capable of using magic. This race is only available to Trials of Atlantis users.
Kobold- Sly, quick and small, Kobolds are the "Rogues" of this realm surprisingly capable of using magic.
Dwarf- Being short is no disadvantage for them. Dwarfs make good priests and fighters.
Norseman- The "common" man of Midgard. Being tall and strong makes them good at almost anything.
Troll- Tall, powerful but slow, the troll has an advantage in physical combat.
Valkyn- A prehistoric race of humanoids. They have allied with Midgard to liberate Aegir from Morvalt. This race is only available to Shrouded Isles users.
Frostalf- Frostalf's are mysterious and wield magic spells.
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