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So play the kypiq if you want to have fun, tinker, and hang out in the trees. Do not play the Kypiq if you're looking to conquer, expand, or dominate martially. The Neran are the most adaptive, which allows them to exist in virtually all temperature regions. They span from the Lower Montane Forest in the sub-arctic, cool temperate, all the way to the Grasslands and Shrublands in the sub-tropical. They are the jack of all trades and the masters of none. Play the Neran if you want mounted combat, animal taming and breeding, and focus on a broad set of crafting and other skills.

They are the Riders of Rohan and the Dunedain. Because of their jack-of-all trade nature, they are attractive to less hardcore players, and will thus likely have less RP'ers. If you enjoy a custom meta, play the Neran. But do not play the Neran if you're looking for the same deep, meaningful story integration, and strong tribal culture that exists within the other tribes. Their adaptive nature means that the Neran have no real identity of their own to speak of.

The To'resk are the "Nerans of the south," however their different religion and role in the Godswars have put them down a different path.

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They interact with and act as traders, brokers, and merchants with all of the southern tribes, as well as several of the northern tribes. They are among the most skillful in social skills and value wealth and mercantilism. Because trading and deals are so much a part of their culture, they value honesty and integrity perhaps more than other tribe. As a result, they both deal harshly with criminals, and have also become the masters of telling the truth without telling the whole truth. But that is not all there is to the To'resk.

Like the Neran, they have many skills, but unlike the Neran, the To'resk have a more divided society.

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At one end are the aristocrats and courtiers, while on the other end there's the rice farmers, fishers, and sailors. But this division of culture also provides some of the best opportunity to rise up through the ranks. Play the To'resk if you want to be heavily involved in the Dance of Dynasties, want to rise up through the ranks to build a noble house, or want to play a sailor, merchant, or trader. Do not play the To'resk if you want be a strong martial or military society, as the To'resk value the pen over the sword.

The Waerd value their community in a way none of the other tribes do. The Waerd see their strength as an open collective, relying on everyone to make their society better. They work toward their utopia, while at the same time trying to do the Will of the Queen. From a gameplay standpoint, the Waerd are skillful in many things, both intellectual as well as martial, and are great information gatherers.

In their own biomes they fill virtually every role, while out in the other biomes they act as craftspeople on loan, information brokers, spies, and even assassins. Their major weakness is that they are hampered on the battlefield. The mechanics typically associated with pitched battles and group combat doesn't work on a battlefield for the Waerd. As a result, they are both less effective on a battlefield, and also in greater danger than the other tribes. Play Waerd if you want to build a community utopia, and work together with other players towards and idealist community. Play Waerd if you want to be an assassin, merchant, information broker, spy, etc.

Do not play Waerd if you are a solo player, prefer to just quest all day, and are looking for pitched battles. Sign In. This game is currently in development. There is no download or playable content as yet. All information is based on Developer Journals , the Kickstarter , and community discussions with developers.

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The information presented here is incomplete, and will be updated as more information becomes publicly available. Click here to show the full overview table. Concept Art Name Biome Avg. Height Avg. Muscular upper body [7] Minor resistance to cold and disease Sense Direction Tracking - Improved ability to track. Very low tolerance for alcohol or other poisons and toxins. Crafting perfectionist - Crafting for the Brudvir takes slightly longer.

Dras listen Salt Marsh , Swamp cm 6 ft. Slender with long limbs [8] High Poison and Toxin Resistance - The swamp did much for the Dras, including bringing what was once their mild poison resistance - a trait still found in modern Janoa - into much more.

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Disease Immunity - Living around decay has caused them to develop total immunity to all known diseases. Iron Stomach - The Dras are able to eat foods that have decomposed or rotted and still gain the full nutritional benefits. Dirty Water - The Dras are able to drink contaminated liquids without suffering adverse effects. This includes alcohol, which results in them being very difficult to get drunk! Palid Skin - Dras easily burn when exposed to sunnier biomes, which can become wounds. Short and bulky [9] Strong upper bodies, suited for digging and mending of earth.

Durable Underground senses Always know what direction you are facing underground Always know roughly time of day underground Short This allows them to fit into spaces most tribes cannot fit into Their crouching movement is not reduced the same as other tribes Darkvision - Ability to see underground with little to no light sources Earthen Crafting Expertise Naturally adept at researching new crafting patterns using stone materials Reduced crafting time when using stone materials Slow - Move slower than most tribes and are incapable of performing vaulting maneuvers.

Short Cannot reach objects as easily as other tribes Larger mounts are unusable Limited in the maximum size of objects they can wield Janoa listen Tropical Rainforest cm 6 ft.

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Long upper body and arms [10] Striping - Patterned pigmentation in their skin that functions as camouflage while in jungles. Long Reach - A longer than average torso and arms provides the Janoa better reach in parkour. Poison Resistance - Being around poisonous flora and fauna in the jungle has improved the overall resistance of the Janoa to poisons. Striping - Outside homeland often causes them to stand out and be less able to hide Wet Lung - In arid and dry environments, quicker to fatigue Kypiq listen Broadleaf Forest cm 4 ft. Short and petite [11] Small size - Ability to hide easier due to small size, can fit into tiny spaces most tribes can't.

Enhanced Eyes - Eyes can see in low light, also glow similar to cannis rabbit in the dark. Animal Emotes - Emotes mimic animal sounds. Small size Outside of natural biome have a hard time getting to higher places Limited by the type of gear they can wear and mounts that are available to them Vegetarians - Cannot draw the same amount of nutrients from meat and find themselves full long before they have the energy to continue on with their day to day life if they only rely on it as a source of food. Glass Jaw - Far more susceptible to heavy impacts and stuns Mydarri listen Saltwater Mangrove cm 5 ft.

Average [12] Can function at varying levels of effectiveness in the largest number of biomes. Owem listen Savannah cm 6 ft. Average [13] Water Wellness - Strong resistance to water exposure; able to maintain homeostasis in water longer. Sun Exposure - Resistant to exposure from direct sunlight and burn slower than other tribes. Leather Skin - Resistant to infection Wet Lung - In arid and dry environments, they are quicker to fatigue and lose much of their resistances to exposure.

Communal Property - All members of settlement have access to all spaces and property of other Waerd in the settlement; no access restrictions available to other members of a settlement Shadow War - Cannot participate in staged battles on battlefields or violate their religious and cultural edicts Dry Lung - Fatigue more quickly in humid environments Yoru listen Tundra cm 7 ft.

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This page was last edited on 21 September , at Game content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of their respective publisher and its licensors. All rights reserved. This site is a part of Fandom, Inc. Support Contact PRO. Brudvir listen. Muscular upper body [7]. Minor resistance to cold and disease Sense Direction Tracking - Improved ability to track. Dras listen. Salt Marsh , Swamp. Slender with long limbs [8]. High Poison and Toxin Resistance - The swamp did much for the Dras, including bringing what was once their mild poison resistance - a trait still found in modern Janoa - into much more.

Hrothi listen. Alpine Tundra , Alpine Coniferous Forest. Short and bulky [9]. Strong upper bodies, suited for digging and mending of earth. Durable Underground senses Always know what direction you are facing underground Always know roughly time of day underground Short This allows them to fit into spaces most tribes cannot fit into Their crouching movement is not reduced the same as other tribes Darkvision - Ability to see underground with little to no light sources Earthen Crafting Expertise Naturally adept at researching new crafting patterns using stone materials Reduced crafting time when using stone materials.

Slow - Move slower than most tribes and are incapable of performing vaulting maneuvers. Short Cannot reach objects as easily as other tribes Larger mounts are unusable Limited in the maximum size of objects they can wield. Janoa listen. Long upper body and arms [10]. Striping - Patterned pigmentation in their skin that functions as camouflage while in jungles. Striping - Outside homeland often causes them to stand out and be less able to hide Wet Lung - In arid and dry environments, quicker to fatigue.

Kypiq listen. Short and petite [11]. The brave San-ung, who rose to the position of Arthdal Tribal Union Leader at a young age, has an ability to embrace and include others that made people want to follow him. He is intelligent and fair when solving problems. He achieved a triumphant victory in the Great War against the Neanthal, but the hero of this war was not him, but his son, Ta-gon. Successor of the Chief of Saenyeok tribe. Dan-byeok was recognized as the successor of the Saenyeok Tribe Chief early on. He does not understand why his father was hateful towards Ta-gon and guarded against him from a young age.

And so, he always felt sorry for Ta-gon and had much sympathy for him. With superior swordsmanship and physicality, his reputation amongst the Saenyeok and the Union Tribes was high. Park Hyoung-soo [15] as Gil-sun Originally a member of the Daekan troops, he is currently a troop leader of the Guard Forces. He was the first to return to Arthdal, and is charged with keeping the peace within Arthdal as a member of the Guard Forces. A soldier who understands politics, he works under high-ranking leaders. He is quick to catch on to the interests at stake and changing political tides.

Choi Young-joon as Yeon-bal A Daekan warrior. As a Saenyeok tribesman and out of loyalty to Ta-gon, he performs his tasks as ordered. With Mu-baek and Gil-son above him, and Mu-gwang, and Kitoha below him, he is often the one who is picked on and often feels unfairly treated. Free-spirited and friendly, he is clever unlike his appearance. Lee Ho-cheol as Kitoha A Daekan warrior from the White Mountain Tribe with good fighting skills and almost unhumanly powerful strength.

He has a wild personality, and loves to drink and gamble, but unfitting to his appearance and abilities, he is very superstitious, even getting scared out of his wits at the slightest sign of misfortune. He performs cruel and dirty tasks with no moral consideration. He feels frustrated towards his older brother, Mu-baek, who cares not for power and is unwavering in his loyalty only towards the Union. He was most brutal in his treatment of the Iark people, killing them without hesitation. Ki Do-hoon as Yang-cha A Daekan warrior who is adept at using bronze weapons.

He always wears a mask over his mouth, as he is serving a punishment of silence for something that happened in the past. Ta-gon gave young Yang-cha a secret order in the past. Ta-gon also reveals to Yang-cha his true feelings. Within the Daekan troops, he is reputed to be comparable to Mu-baek, seen as the best Warrior of the next generation.

Song Yoo-taek as Park Ryang-poong A Daekan Warrior from a small minority tribe who was able to receive a leadership appointment. Unlike his appearances, he is intelligent and quick-witted, being able to accurately complete his given tasks. The head of all the scribes who record the happenings in the castle, and an administrative officer. He passes no judgment on the tides of power, but is a scholar who pledges loyalty firmly to the Union itself.

However, Asa Ron has one thing lacking, he descends from only a branch house of the Great Mother Asa Shin, and not her direct line. He can communicate the wills of God, but he cannot meet the Gods himself. Thus, Asa Ron leads his clan not by the strength of his innate abilities, but by his outstanding political judgment.

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The greatest Elder of the White Mountain Tribe who protects the sacred caves of White Mountain Tribe, who has the great influence to sway the decisions of the Great Temple. She is also trusted by Asa Ron to manage the Great Temple. She believes that her body belongs to Airuzu, her heart to Isodunyong, she is unwavering in her faith and principles, an even more stout fundamentalist than Asa Ron.

However, he was noticed by Asa Ron and was transferred to the Great Temple, becoming a priest who serves the Eight Gods. Intelligent and a realist at times he clashes with Asa Mot. She always appears drunk, with a dazed appearance and slurred words. She dances inside the Great Temple and raises cries as she receives messages from the Gods. She was tasked to deliver gifts to the Neanthal, and at a burning Atturad, she witnessed the cruelty of the Saram race.

After, she escaped with the Neanthal, Ragaz and giving him her heart, eventually conceiving Eun-seom and Saya. Around 50 years ago, Mi-hol arrived in Arthdal as a young child. But he helped the adults of the Hae tribe to begin a large scale farming operation. He made bronze instruments, and brought upon abundance to Arthdal, allowing the Hae to reach their current status. Mihol observed the rapidly changing Arthdalian politics, while calculating his steps.

But the one thing that he did not account for was his daughter Tae Al-ha. With no emotion, she strictly reprimands and incenses Tae Al-ha. Skilled in martial arts, she at times clashes with Hae Tu-ak, who is her complete opposite. He is entrusted with the task to record information on Arthdal and all the tribes on Arth Lands. He maintains the library of the Fortress of Fire, which holds volumes of bamboo and leather books. Although only , at that time, this is equivalent to all the books of the Arth Land and Aniachu land.

Al-yong who maintains and publishes these books is called Al-yong the Sage by the people of the Arthdal Tribal Union. Although he usually is lazy and ignorant, he is the best bronze maker in all of Hae Tribe. Just by listening to them talk, you might get confused of who is the father and who is the son. He will snark you when you least expect it. Born in the White Mountain Tribe, he is Arthdal's premier medicine man.

Other than his technical skills in surgery, he can also recognize any medicinal herb at one glance. His outstanding medical skills contributed to bring Ta-gon's strategy to reality. He carries with him the burden of guilt, knowing that numerous Neanthal died in the Great War, and that Asa Hon who did not know of the conspiracy, has since gone missing, with no one knowing whether she's dead or alive.

Ko Bo-gyeol [26] as Chae-eun A medicine woman, Ha-rim's daughter, who naturally learned medicine by watching her father since she was young. Intelligent and bright, if the Union Tribes cannot find Ha-rim, they'll look for Chae-eun. Ha-rim finds much support from Chae-eun. She has no prejudice against the Neanthal or Igutus, and she helps Eun-seom when he arrives from Iark. Ahn Hye-won as Nun-byeol Chae-eun's little sister, Ha-rim's second daughter who he saved from the battlefields and raised as his own, actually an adopted war orphan,a Neanthal.

Fearing for her naturally weak constitution as he cut most of her viens to make her weak so that no one notices her strong strength like of neanthals, Ha-rim taught Nun-byeol swordfighting. She copies the movements, but has no strength behind them, and tires easily from even a little practice. For all her weakness, Nun-byeol has Chae-eun, her strong and clever sister who is her protector. He will follow any orders from Ha-rim and Chae-eun.

He is a follower of the Asa Clan. He has crafty hands and uses them to skillfully make small sculptures, furniture, or weapons. His inventions are rare items that have never been seen by the surrounding clans, and are highly coveted in bartering. One day, the warriors of Arthdal arrived in Iark, and Yeolson was kidnapped to Arthdal. In Arthdal, where civilization is progressing, a handy, quick learner like Yeolson is valued. The innocent Yeolson adapts to the ways of a civilization, and plays an important part in the history of Arth.

She took Tan-ya, the child of the blue comet under her wing, as her next successor. As a priestess, she has felt that a tremendous change is upon the land of Iark and the Wahan Clan. She also guessed that Tan-ya will be the center of that change. She is always anxious that the unpredictable Eun-seom and Tan-ya share a close relationship. Park Jin as Moong-tae A Wahan warrior who has many fears, he makes many mistakes while hunting as he was born without agility.

This strong but timid young man was quick to yield to the cruel military power of Arthdal. He likes to eat, and when he was in Iark, he always had a piece of jerky in his mouth. She goes with Eun-seom to Arthdal afterwards, and experiences a shocking world. Although she nags Eun-seom sassily, her existence itself gives strength to Eun-seom.

Yoo Tae-oh [28] as Ragaz Eun-seom and Saya's father. Sports Donga in Korean. Retrieved April 30,