- 1 Physiology
- 2 Subraces
- 3 Behavior and Culture
- 4 History
- 5 Relations
- 6 Trivia
- 7 References
Dwarves are Human like people, with short status. Originally they used to be around four feet high, but now they are taller than they used to be due to having nowadays a bit of human blood running through their veins. As a result, instead of being around four feet high, they are likely to reach a height of five feet.
Dwarves are capably to cross-mating with other races, like Humans. However doing so over the centuries had the side effect of diluting their blood, resulting in them losing some of their heritage, like now being taller then they used to be. Those born like this are known as Half-Dwarves. Also does whose blood is dilute to much will be born as Part-Dwarves
Dwarves are shown to be prone of getting seasick in to much water and boats
Slow Smithing Level Up
Due to their long lifespan, they level up in their Smithing Classes slower than those who have shorter ones, like Humans. In exchange over the decades, or even in centuries, they build up true skill in their crafts that surpass everyone else.
Children of the now Half-Dwarves, whose blood is dilute so much that they are more Human like than Dwarves.
Behavior and Culture
Dwarves are literal creatures and if they ask a question they demand an answer.
Dwarves don’t like half-Elves. The majority of them would not even travel with them.
Not much is known about each other relationship, but Dwarves seem to be on good terms with them, as they would raise them.
Relations with other races
- They "are hidden in the heart of mountains that make the Himalayas look like foothills."
- The city inside the mountain that Tremborag's Mountain City Tribe used to live in, was once belonging to the Dwarves.
- In Baleros the Dwarves had built towers that shine with the colors of a thousand glittering ores smelted into metal.