Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild With a faery, hand in hand, For the world's more full of weeping Than you can understand.
The feather light touch of the fey can be seen in most human cultures, from simple superstitions about hanging cold iron above the doorway to the practice of tithing bread and milk to the local fey-lords so they will leave the harvest in... [click here for more]
If we measured success by longevity, then dinosaurs must rank as the number one success story in the history of land life.
There are many races of reptilian humanoids in the world, but few are as ancient and secretive as the Saurians. The Saurian civilization was old when the other races were born, having survived the catastrophes that periodically cleanse the world. Ancient... [click here for more]
Racial Ecologies: Living DollsNo one knows how or why some animated objects develop personalities, or why some objects spontaneously become sentient, but there is no question that it does happen, and in recent years it has increased in frequency. Some say that they are crafted by witches on Unholy nights, or the love and imagination of a child fills the toys with “positive... [click here for more]
No species has a history so integrated with humanity as the common dog, and no race is as interspersed into the lives of other races as the Canids. For as long as records have been kept, canids have been around, though no origin story is told for them, and no god claims them as their own. Some theorize that they were created to live in tandem to other races, but if that is the case, by... [click here for more]