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RacesHumans: The most plentiful and varied of all the races. Their kingdoms and nations span across the known world, with rumors that it used to be even larger before the Veil's decent across the world, of there was ever such a time. As a general rule of thumb, the other races agree that humans are te quickest to adapt to fit any situation as best they can, though they won't excel at it.
Elves: Racing through the clouds as if daring a downdraft to spike them into the ground below, elves make up the majority in any nomad fleet. The most comfortable when the wind is whipping their hair and tearing at their clothes, these daring devils have been known to swing between several vessels while cruising at speed. Most of the greatest pilots to have flown were elves.
Dwarves: Credited with inventing not only the Flight Engine but the modern Lift Crystal, Dwarves are historically known to be some of the greatest engineers. Though records report Dwarves used to be stocky, and perhaps more bizarre adamant on remaining in the ground, a modern Dwarf is slim so as to more easily fit on any vessel they find themselves on, and to squeeze past any machinery they have no doubt found there way to. Particularly old Dwarves hold to a custom of choosing a ship, and refusing to leave until either the Engine dies or they do, though more often than not their deaths are nearly simultaneous.
Deoram: The origins of the Deoram, more commonly referred to as Beast Folk, are a mystery. Almost as varied and adaptable as Humans, the Deoram are innately connected to the magical powers of the Aether, giving credence to the widely accepted theory of DNA being altered by Aetheric energies to create the first Deoram.
Trolls: The naval career of any Troll is a tragic one. Being born wiry and small, perfect for many tasks on board a vessel, by their twentieth birth year they are struck by a sudden and rapid growth spurt. Many adult Trolls are not seen on board a vessel, purely because they do not fit. There has never been a troll dying of old age on record, and Trolls do not stop growing once their growth spurt begins, though it does slow. The death of a Troll is often due to the individual not being able to meet the demands of its large body. Perhaps paradoxically, the most well known captain of the skies was Troll Lord Enok, though you will be hard pressed to hear anything positive said about them.
Orcs: Never one to have someone to tell them what is and is not possible, Orcs are commonly found bellow the Veil, carving out a living in the mysterious and dangerous environment. Strong and hardy out of necessity, Orcs often prefer to remain by themselves or in small groups, the only sign of their existence being an impossibly thin spire jutting above the Veil to mark their position, and to signal for any supplies. An Orc on a vessel is a rare sight, unless you are by a Frontier town, but their might and seemingly endless vigor makes them much sought after as deck hands.