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As the world is intended to be useable by other game systems, the races are described here only superficially, fitting into most fantasy settings. If you use the world in a different game, it should be easy to adapt them to your needs, or to switch them out as needed, for example gnomes could be changed to halflings without much effort.
As the world is intended to be useable by other game systems, the races are described here only superficially, fitting into most fantasy settings. If you use the world in a different game, it should be easy to adapt them to your needs, or to switch them out as needed, for example gnomes could be changed to halflings without much effort.


== Humans ==
* [[Human]]s
The humans in '''Dragon Eye''' are exactly that - standard, medieval time period humans. They range from nordic to equatorial people with all their different shades of skin, hair and eye colour.
* [[Dwarf|Dwarves]]
 
* [[Elf|Elves]]
 
== Dwarves ==
 
 
== Elves ==
 
 
== Gnomes ==




= Savage Races =
= Savage Races =
There are also a number of semi-intelligent wild races, typically regarded as evil. These are summed up here:
There are also a number of semi-intelligent wild races, typically regarded as evil. These are summed up here:

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Intelligent Races

The world of Dragon Eye has four intelligent races.

As the world is intended to be useable by other game systems, the races are described here only superficially, fitting into most fantasy settings. If you use the world in a different game, it should be easy to adapt them to your needs, or to switch them out as needed, for example gnomes could be changed to halflings without much effort.


Savage Races

There are also a number of semi-intelligent wild races, typically regarded as evil. These are summed up here: