The following table summarizes the differences between the ten playable races. Some might join with rebels fighting against oppression, and others might become champions of moral causes. To most, they are a race of demon-worshiping marauders dwelling in the subterranean depths of the Underdark, emerging only on the blackest nights to pillage and slaughter the surface dwellers they despise. On Twitter, Sean Copeland had in the past mentioned the internal height chart and also said that Blizzard was working on making said chart publicly available, however, the only sources we actually have archived of the internal height chart are for orcs and tauren, all other mentions of the internal height chart have been part of tweets that have been removed since and weren't archived in time, which sadly leaves no reliable source to be used. //param[str](optional) css selector to search for headings in // ]]>. They are slightly shorter than humans on average, ranging from well under 5 feet tall to just over 6 feet. You can speak, read, and write one extra language of your choice. Full details on all racial abilities and powers are provided on the individual race pages. They dislike the pace of human society, which is regimented from day to day but constantly changing over decades, so they find careers that let them travel freely and set their own pace. They are more slender than humans, weighing only 100 to 145 pounds. All height ranges above from page 174 of World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game unless otherwise noted.. Dwarves. The 7 are: Actually, sun elves and high elves are the same, as are wood elves and moon elves. Night Elves are approximately 7 feet tall. They are more often amused than excited, and more likely to be curious than greedy. Looking forward to playing an Eladrin! The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Their cities sometimes cross over to the Material Plane, appearing briefly in mountain valleys or deep forest glades before fading back into the Feywild. With their unearthly grace and fine features, elves appear hauntingly beautiful to humans and members of many other races. Can someone clarify if it's written somewhere or purely for DM discretion? Moon elves (also called silver elves or gray elves) are much paler, with alabaster skin sometimes tinged with blue.
They don't really change appearance, I think.
Goldenrod twerps. They are talented artisans, crafting finely worked clothes and art objects.
After a few years, however, many wer… One type (which includes the gray elves and valley elves of Greyhawk, the Silvanesti of Dragonlance, and the sun elves of the Forgotten Realms) is haughty and reclusive, believing themselves to be superior to non-elves and even other elves. The drow are an exception; their exile into the Underdark has made them vicious and dangerous. You can speak, read, and write Common and Elvish.
Creatures of magic with strong ties to nature, eladrin live in the twilight realm of the Feywild. They trust in diplomacy and compromise to resolve differences before they escalate to violence.
The other type (including the high elves of Greyhawk, the Qualinesti of Dragonlance, and the moon elves of the Forgotten Realms) are more common and more friendly, and often encountered among humans and other races. They have been known to retreat from intrusions into their woodland homes, confident that they can simply wait the invaders out. In some worlds, these subraces are divided still further (such as the sun elves and moon elves of the Forgotten Realms), so if you wish, you can choose a narrower subrace.
Wood elves’ skin tends to be copperish in hue, sometimes with traces of green. On adventures, she wears an additional black sleeve over her left arm. Therefore, Altmer are about 189.3132 cm tall, or 6'2". I don't know but my high elf … Still, they can find good in just about anyone. Elvish is fluid, with subtle intonations and intricate grammar. The accuracy of these values may or may not be correct for every race.