Knowledge Level: 
3 - Very common, noble born children are taught this during classes.
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Name: Nymph
Type: Secondary

Keywords:

  • Alluring
  • Love seeking
  • Feathers grow on their head in their hair.

Demography: 1.1 million

Breeding: Year round
Gestation period: 10 months
Natural lifespan: 120 years
Life expectancy at birth: 36 years
Adulthood: 20 years
Life expectancy at adulthood:70 years

skin colour: human tints
Other visually distinguishing features:

  • Feathers that grow from and in between their hair
  • Stunningly beautiful
  • Can have interracial characteristics

General

Nymph are a race of beautiful humanoids feathers growing on their heads. They are a very social race driven both by the nature of their deity, and their need to find a mate. When producing offspring this always results in a full-blooded nymph. A nymphs natural lifespan is about 120 years.

Physical appearance

41384674235_bce86a1687_o.jpg Nymhps have approximately the same build as humans but always look better than average.

Feathers grow from their heads next to the hair that grows on most humanoids.

Some may have slightly pointed ears, a vaguely green skin or other characteristics of their interracial heritage.

Biology

Nymphs cannot reproduce unless they are in love. Therefore nymphs are very biologically driven to search and find love.

What passes for "love" to a nymph is as varied as their headdresses. Some know this feeling within a day other can take up to several years to establish such a connection.

Female Nymphs are the only race that can successfully mate with other races without having the risk of creating hybrids. Children that come forth from these interracial relationships are always full blood nymphs but sometimes have slight traits hinting towards their interracial heritage. Male Nymphs can't fertilize females from other races.

There are currently more female nymphs than male nymphs. Many theories have been conceived about this. Most scholars believe that the male nymph is slowly becoming biologically obsolete.

Diet

Nymphs have a fairly standard omnivore diet.

Common culture

Common culture of the Nymph

History

History of the Nymph