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In the Arcane Realm, there are a number of intelligent and sapient species that have developed cultures that helped them thrive and can potentially interact with other societies like themselves. Groups that meet these broad requirements are generally though of as races. The largest and/or most influential of these are known colloquially as major races while the opposite are known as minor races.
There's a lot of information to go through on each of their pages, so this one is dedicated to serve as a useful guide for future Arcane Realm being entries.
Gives a brief description of the being in general
Quick Species Profile: A general description of common physical attributes with the species as a whole
Oldest: The oldest recorded individual
Creature Type: The category of beings the species belongs to estimate shared characteristics.
How they look
Species particular make up and passive traits and features
A Species' instinctual magic
What they consume for energy and sustain themselves
Ways the species make more of themselves
Lifespan and Growth
Significant periods in their life cycle
The natural or built environment of the species
Their presence throughout Arcane Realm timeline
A roughly detailed log of the species way of life, values, and impact on the world.
Particular ethnic identity shared by certain related individuals
The mode of living most members of the species will take either naturalist, rural, or urban
The means by which social and cultural values and knowledge are attained to be a functional member of society
How a species goes about using magic, either innately or learned
Indigenous or adopted belief systems and the rituals related
How individuals relate to one another
Roles in society based on biological sex
Species overall view on their reproductive habits
How they interact with other races
Clothing & Modesty
What most of the species consider to be appropriately seen in public or among themselves
The structures and materials used for shelter
Methods or inventions to get to a new place
Tools for individual or group self-defense or offense
Major treatments used and cultural meaning behind them
Materials and procedures used to supply the people