A day in life Edit
Exactly what it says on the tin. Short stories of typical days of typical members of the given race.
A purely physical description.
Looking into the mind of the race. Sub-headings regarding aspects of their psychology encouraged.
Arts and Crafts Edit
Technology and Magic Edit
At War Edit
Aging and Death Edit
Society and culture Edit
Roleplaying application: this section deals with the day-to-day aspects of the race's society, elements that are considered common knowledge and the basic assumptions members of the race makes about the world. Consider which of these assumptions your character accepts, which he does not, and how open he might be to alternate ways proposed by other races.
Relationships with other races Edit
Roleplaying application: The above generalisations represent how an average member of the race's society views someone from a given other race. Since there are no average members of society, only individuals, it's up to you to decide how these comments fit. Does your character adhere to the stereotypes presented below? If not, why not? Was there something in your character's past that changed his or her view of a given race from the status quo?
Night Elves worship Elune, the moon goddess. Druids also worship Cenarius, the son of Elune.
How they worship Edit
The Sisters of Elune, an all female organization, lead the worship of Elune and the sentinels (another all female organization) also focus on worshipping her. Males typically do not fight in wars nor become priests until recently. Their magic is druidism so males, if druids, tend to worship Cenarius although they acknowledge Elune's power. Elune promotes peace and natural magic, non-arcane healing magic. Typically she wards off violence peacefully so a follower of Elune is unlikely to be a warmonger.