This wiki is very much under construction. The original wiki was set to be shut down and the wiki was largely mirrored to a Fandom-based version, though most of the reference images had not yet been copied over. This migration was put on hold when it appeared the original wiki could in fact be retained, however the old wiki was lost in its entirety when the server was among the many taken down by a massive series of cyberattacks on data centers during early February, 2023. It is now being rebuilt with the launch of Hel. Sorry if it's a little messy right now!
The world of Drowtales is, like any world, a living, breathing thing occupied by a wide variety of intelligent races. While these races might not always get along, they still exist all the same.
Dokkalfar, and the recent resurgence of drow born on the surface, Colony-born.
The mist-altered descendants of the Dokkalfar.
The eye-less drow offshoots; mutants born from defects stemming from generational exposure to the mist.
The Tribe of Light, the ancient enemy of the dokkalfar.
The mist-altered descendants of the Vanir.
Also known as Guardians, these are elves fused with mana-brearing creatures using ancient techniques from the Moon's Age. Some take the form of half-elf and half beast, others were fully transformed into a beast.
Elves fused with mana-bearing serpents.
Ne'kalsaider, Waelinider, Streekaider; elves fused with gigantic spiders.
Mana-bearing Fae creatures
Dragons, both surface variety and the cave-dwelling flightless types.
Intelligent insect-like creatures who have limited mana ability.
Jaal'darya biogolems, Vloz'ress corrupted nagas.
Non-fae races have no auras, and thus no magic ability of their own. Many, if not most fae see this lack of aura as proof that the non-fae are soulless beings.
Emberi, Halmes, Rift Halmes, Kotorcs, Hermionne; mana-less spoken races of the surface world who grew in number since the fall of elvenkind.
The original inhabitants of the Underworld.
Cat-like creatures who act as servants and guides for their drow masters.
Demons, Ver'aku, Vel'akar; the otherworldly invaders.
Fragments of beings that strayed too far in Hel, reduced to blob-like entities wandering the circles of Hel.