Personality: Of all the plane-touched, none precipitate as much fascination – or as much fear – as tieflings. Obviously human and "something else" crossbreeds, the "something else" in the tieflings' case is usually assumed to be lower–planar. An infernal stigma follows all tieflings through their lives. Loners by nature, they make their own paths out of necessity. Tieflings take care of themselves, for they learn that no one else will take care of them.
Personality: In addition to writing this, we also got various (and often conflicting) comments from some "experts" in the field of Planar Biology.Tieflings of Yugoloth descent are actually more common than what others would assume. While most of these Tieflings don't want anything to do with their Yugoloth ancestors, it's rumoured the Yugoloths are most certainly interested in them. Perhaps that is the reason some assume, that these Tieflings tend to have better luck compared to other Tieflings.
Personality: Creators and/or origins are unknown. Not many exist if at all.Squint-eyed, quiet and have dry sense of humor. Tend to see most things as new and are open to new experiences. They are observers of culture and, therefore, love to see new things.By: Todd Finch
Personality: The aasimar are referred to as "plane-touched" - that is they the result of a relationship between a planar creature and mortal. In the case of the aasimar, the planar parent is obviously a celestial beings from the upper planes.Courage, honor, nobility - these are just some the words that best describe the aasimar. Being the descendants of celestials, they are worthy of respect, but also beleagured by responsibility. Aasimar are ever vigilant, for purveyors of evil may lurk around any corner, and may take any form.
Personality: These Gnomes are identical to their normal cousins.Inventor gnomes are a lot more serious than their joker cousins. They are more focused on the task in hand and tend to view other Gnomes as far too aloof. Inventor Gnomes are fantastic at making gadgets and mechanisms.By: Sean Taylor
Personality: Theorized to be a spirit that wondered into the plane of dust. The plane then morphed the spirit to adapt to the dust plane, creating a humanoid dust figure. Very curious since, more or less, a loose conglomeration of the plane; a by-product. Non-hostile, inquisitive natures much like a wondering spirit. They have very short memory retention. Hard to understand or communicate with given their “inhuman” nature; very odd.By: Todd Finch
Personality: The Norse dwarves are a race apart from the ones that worship the traditional Dwarven Pantheon (mountain, hill, duergar, derro, etc.). What their origins are and where they came from originally is still dark, and if they know they ain't about to tell. The Norse pantheon can't take (or won't) take responsibility, and for obvious reasons the standard dwarf pantheon doesn't either.Mostly, it is the cultures and societies that are the greatest difference.
Personality: On the almost unheard-of plane known as Kal-Thyra, a shadowy figure slips silently through the trees. He is at one with the forest around him, and is seen and heard only if he wishes to be. He is a Thyrian, a cat-like race known for its stealth and agility.Thyrians are strongly attached to nature. They understand the world around them, and can make peace with it easily. They are skilled hunters, and can get all they need from the land. They avoid busy areas, like town markets and such, because they are very uneasy in crowds.
Personality: Theorized to be an inextinguishable spark of life surrounded by negative energy to cloak its cataclysmic existence in the very plane that makes it impossible. These Genasi are not rumored nor joked about since none claim they exist.Mute of emotion, they are passionate in whatever they may endeavor. Borderline Manic/Depressive considering their plane of existence is devoid of warm life, negative Genasi (Negs) intrigued with life.