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Gazers are one of the Races of Innworld, found mostly in Baleros.



A Gazer's most prominent feature are their magical eyes, which are random from Gazer to Gazer with unpredictable powers and effects.[1] Gazi Pathseeker possesses four small eyes encircling a bigger central eye, Suxhel of Stargazer's Promise has three central eyes and two tendril eyestalks, and Goelv has one large eye, with another on each hand.[2][3]

Gazers tend to be squat, with pointed teeth and oddly segmented appendages and digits. They possess nose holes rather than noses. Their skin is described to be neither skin or fur and comes in tones of orange-brown and green.[2]

Magical Qualities[]

Gazers are a race naturally inclined towards magic, like half-Elves and to an extent, Lizardfolk. Their magic is more chaotic than typical [Mages].[4] They can cast spells as easily as looking.[5]

Special Abilities[]

Gazer eyes are magical in nature such that the eyes of strong Gazers retain magical power after the death of their owner, becoming Eye Gems or artifacts.

Gazers can receive Eye-Skills, which are Skills for their eyes that can inflict effects such as paralysis and fear, or shoot lasers.[3]



Behavior and Culture[]


Current information on Gazers is scarce, including physical and social characteristics. What is known, is that descended from Gazers is the population known as half-Gazers. The method of procreation to achieve this is shrouded in mystery at this time. We are unsure, that if like half-elves, the offspring of half-gazers are also half-gazers, or if a full blooded Gazer is required to produce such offspring. It is also currently unknown which species breed with either Gazers or half-Gazers and have the viable genetics.

It is hinted at that Gazers aren’t a natural race, with ties to Seamwalkers. Meaning that their race could be younger than most other races, though they have been confirmed by association to be older than Goblins.


Relations with other Races[]

They have problems dealing with other races and each other.[6]


  • Due to the chaotic nature of their magic, they send very few representatives to Wistram.[4]
  • There is a stone named after their eyes, known as Gazereye. It is a decently powerful hallucinogenic stone whose powers are magical.[7]
  • Gazers keep to themselves and rarely stray from their jungle home.[6]
  • It is rumoured that Gazers came from a Seamwalker, according to the Quarass.[8]