Dark Elves aka "Drows" were the are formerly known as "Forest Elves" that followed Oramul The Fallen One, which after years of evolution, they evolved into darker skin and white haired figures. They are normally known as to be evil, as such they are the most commonly hated compared to the other races.
Dark Elves are characterized by white or silver hair and obsidian black and gray skin. Their eyes are red (or rarely gray, violet, or yellow) in darkness and can be many different colors in normal light. Most of them have bigger and stronger frames then normal elves while the others remain share surface elves's comparative frailty and slight smaller frames of normal elves.
As a race, Dark Elves are usually evil. Exceptions exist however these are highly unusual. the Dark Elves are a race of harsh, warlike and vicious elves. They are cruel, sadistic raiders with much dislike for all other races, especially their lighter kindred, the Forest Elves. After a bitter civil war, after coming out of there caves they were defeated and cast back into the caves.
Dark Elves are taught from an early age to trust no one, they forging alliances only when they are prideful and confident that they can outmatch their ally if he/she decides to turn on them. The inherent pride in their own abilities quite often to there defeats or otherwise calm tactical mind set. Some of them are breed for unique tasks such as worshiping there gods, while others are made to be scouts or warriors depending on body types and how they improve during training of the arts.
- Olath Warriors
- Olath Seekers
- Velven Priests
- High Velven Priests
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- Dark Elves are playable however, they a advanced-type of race for seasoned players since, they are much harder to play as during my D&D universe.
- They also have a limited to choice a powers that they normally gain when playing that race, however it's a water down version at early levels. Plus they are more better in caves however the downside to this is that common people would hate you solely for your race alone.