Drowned People, also known as Drowned Folk and Children of the Ocean, are one of the Races of Innworld.

Physiology Edit

General Appearance Edit

Physical Qualities Edit

Fish Physiology Edit

Depending on what aquatic creature one has fused with or were it has fused on the body, they can obtain said aquatic creature natural abilities.

For example someone fused with a Blackwater Jellyfish can obtain its paralyze poison, as well as the ability to heal from wounds that would cripple normal flesh, while someone having their arm fused with a Swordfish can obtain an unparalleled cutting weapon.[1]

Reproduction Edit

Drowned People can come to be in two ways: from a species having their bodies fuse with a sea parasite, or from being born from Drowned parents (or simply a Drowned mother).[1]

Diet Edit

Magical Qualities Edit

Special Abilities Edit

Aquatic Breathing Edit

Thanks to their aquatic fusion they can breathe water as freely as air.[1]

Weaknesses Edit

Dehydration Edit

Drowned People need to keep themselves constantly Hydrated on land or they will suffer from Dehydration. Due to this when they drink alcohol they have to drink doubly the amount of water as well.[2]

Background Edit

Drowned People are a race created when parasites from the ocean fused with other species. These parasites latch onto a body and meld with it. If left unchecked, they can take over their host mind, but even if you kill it, it will still change the host's body forever. While half of their body changes, it doesn’t affect the hosts in any way save for their appearance.[3][4]

Culture Edit

Many are peaceful people, the products of an accident. But others turn into pirates.

Drowned [Sailors] and regular [Sailors] usually don't get along. This relationship is especially bad among [Pirates].[5]

Trivia Edit

Notable MembersEdit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Depthless Doctor
  2. Chapter 5.59
  3. Chapter 2.22
  4. S03 – Wistram Days (Pt.5)
  5. Chapter 7.11
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