People

A people is a group of sentient social beings who collectively develop a coherent civilization or culture.

Nonsocial sentient beings (such as mimics and chokers, who live solitary lives in all but the rarest cases) and pseudosocial sentient beings (such as true dragons, sphinxes, krakens, and lammasu, who avoid others of their own species but are known to tolerate the company of other creatures) do not usually form groups and are thus generally not considered to be peoples. However, sentient beings that once had a unified coherent civilization or culture but are now scattered and with much of their history lost (such as doppelgangers, native Ki-Tanese, and native Lusitolans) generally are considered to be heirs of their respective traditions and will appear on this list.

This list was codified in the 3986 Tynwëan Convention on the Rights of Ërdin’s Peoples, a document officially emancipating all of the following sentient races from slavery in Tynwë and from being trafficked by organizations based in Tynwë (including, for the first time, gnolls). It does not yet account for some forms of magical slavery, such as the vampire-thrall bond.

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Centaurs

Doppelgangers

Dwarves

  • Dalajo (aka “Sea Dwarves”)
  • Derro (aka “Mad Dwarves”)
  • Gazads (aka “Duergar”, “Gray Dwarves”)
  • Nordvirs (aka “Arctic Dwarves”, “Northern Dwarves”)
  • Rakistads (aka “Desert Dwarves”)
  • Shapadvirs (aka “Mountain Dwarves”, “Western Dwarves”)
  • Shasaads (aka “Jungle Dwarves”)
  • Vostodvirs (aka “Deep Dwarves”, “Eastern Dwarves”)
  • Yugodvirs (aka “Hill Dwarves”, “Southern Dwarves”)
  • Zemlyo (aka “Dirt Dwarves”, “Earth Dwarves”)

Fey

Gargoyles

  • Kapoacinth
  • Yureicinth

Giants

  • Cloud Giants
  • Ettins
  • Fire Giants
  • Frost Giants
  • Hill Giants
  • Merrows
  • Ogres
  • Ogre Magi
  • Scrags
  • Stone Giants
  • Storm Giants
  • Trolls

Gnolls

Goblins

  • Bogubora (aka “Bugbears”)
  • Tigoblani (aka “Plains Goblins”)
  • Hubogobli (aka “Hobgoblins”)
  • Isoblani (aka “Sea Goblins”)
  • Iqwablani (aka “Arctic Goblins”, “Southern Goblins”)
  • Lugobora (aka “Air Goblins”, “Wind Goblins”)
  • Rakistani (aka “Desert Goblins”)
  • Shasabora (aka “Jungle Goblins”)
  • Vuurogobli (aka “Fire Goblins”, “Fire Hobgoblins”)

Grimlocks

Hags

  • Annises (aka “Black Hags”)
  • Roagas (aka “Blue Hags”, “Sea Hags”)
  • Yagas (aka “Green Hags”)

Humans

  • Aasimars
  • Ki-Tanese
  • Lusitolans
  • Mezzërdinians
  • Rakistans
  • Shasaans
  • Tieflings
  • Qinjins

Minotaurs

Native Outsiders

  • Jann
  • Mercanes
  • Rakshasa
  • Tritons

Orcs

  • Koppogs (“Hill Orcs”)
  • Marogs (“Sea Orcs”)
  • Majyogs (“Water Orcs”, “Wetland Orcs”)
  • Orogs (“Arctic Orcs”, “Northern Orcs”)
  • Rakistogs (“Desert Orcs”)
  • Shasogs (“Jungle Orcs”)

Social Dragonids

  • Behir (DISPUTED—see article)
  • Chimeras
  • Destrachan (DISPUTED—see article)
  • Dragonnes
  • Ethereal Marauder (DISPUTED—sea article)
  • Gorgons
  • Gricks (DISPUTED—see article)
  • Harpies
  • Kobolds
  • Lizardfolk
  • Locathah
  • Merfolk
  • Naga
  • Sahuagin
  • Troglodytes
  • Yrthaks (DISPUTED—see article)
  • Xill

Social Dragons

  • Pseudodragons
  • Wyverns

Social Undead

  • Ghouls
  • Liches
  • Mohrgs
  • Mummies
  • Nightshades
  • Vampires / Vampire Spawn
  • Wights

People

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