Tales of Exile

The world has changed due to the unbalance in mana, causing lakes to dry up, deserts to become iced over, earthquakes, storms of all kinds, and monsters acting strangely.
HomePortalCalendarGalleryFAQSearchMemberlistUsergroupsRegisterLog in

Share | 

 Playable Races in Tales of Exile

Go down 

Number of posts : 51
Age : 26
Registration date : 2008-10-18

Character sheet
Character Name(s): Admin
999999/999999  (999999/999999)
Gald: 999,999,999,999

PostSubject: Playable Races in Tales of Exile   Sun Dec 07, 2008 3:23 pm

Humans: The most common race in the world, humans are capable of being well balanced in many aspects, such as magic or swordsmanship; however, they tend to be more interested in the latter. Their greed and desire for strength can make them ambitious, however that ambition tends to only fulfill their own desires. However, they can be equally kind and amiable, which balances them out evenly.

Elves: Elves are a reserved race commonly found in a small area in the Tethe'alla region in the world. They are strict and stubborn in their beliefs, and refuse to allow humans, dwarves or half-elves into their village, unless permitted by their village chief. All elves are well versed in magic, capable of performing the powerful Meteor Storm spell if they train. In addition, elves have above average longevity, outliving humans by the centuries. They are capable of calling Summon Spirits better than any other race.

Half-Elves: As their race suggest, half elves are mixed with human and elf blood. Like humans, they can be very well versed in swordsmanship and weapons. Like elves, they can be well versed in magics, able to use very powerful spells, to the point of being able to summon. Unfortunately, the are the most hated race of all, suffering terrible racism and discrimination. While it has lightened up a bit after the events of ToS, it is still fairly strong.

Dwarves: Dwarves are somewhat uncommon, but still well known for their stoutness, strength and craftsmanship abilities, able to work with the rarest and most difficult alloys to build powerful weapons and beautiful sculptures. They are much stronger and often wiser than humans, however they seem to be unable to use magic, and rely entirely on their brute strength and wits in battle.
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://talesofexile.4rumer.com
Playable Races in Tales of Exile
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» The Book of Unwritten Tales
» Fantage campout ghost tales event.

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Tales of Exile :: General Information :: Character Introductions-
Jump to: