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-The races are placed in default armors/clothes of that race.
-Markings seen on the Y'noeth male are produced from them overusing magii. This is a common development on healers and spellweavers.
A V E R A G E SH U M A N
Breed compatibility: N/A, humans only.
Men - 6'0", 150 lbs. Women - 5'8", 125 lbs.
D A E M O N
No additional information.
Breed compatibility: Daemons & Y'noeth.
Men - 6'3", 165 lbs. Women - 5'7", 125 lbs.
Y ' N O E T H
Can develop different horns of any type, and may develop more than one pair, though no more than three pairs. - Will ALWAYS have one pair of horns at minimum, unless they opt to saw them down.
May develop two tails instead of one, or no tail at all.
Horns do not grow in until late stages of development.
Breed compatibility: Y'noeth & Daemons.
Men - 6'6", 180 lbs. Women - 5'9", 135 lbs.
A G R A N O N
Rarely, a dark-skinned child will be born, though they are (most often) exiled or killed on birth. - They are seen as a curse, and often mistaken for a Daemon child.
Breed compatibility: N/A, Agranon only.
Men - 6'8", 500 lbs. Women - 6'0", 380 lbs.
Females do not have breasts, they do not need them to feed their young.
Reproductive organs not visible until the process takes place.
Rarely feel the need to wear attire, very difficult to find any proper fitting size.
Can be born with or without wings.
Horn style varies with every born.
Skin color pertains to location:
"From the egg Agranon are born with pearly white scales and silver eyes, which progressively change color and shape depending on the environment the infant is raised. Heated environments produce adults with red or brown scales and goldenrod eyes, cooler environments develop blues, greens, yellows, or stay the original white, with eyes of silver or blue."