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In our worlds we build in dnd there are fifty different types of elves, dwarves and other races. If so, then Why do "angeloids"{humanoids with wings} seem so pigened holed. these races are based off some old world building I have done for a book I have not realeased yet. they are to a universe known as Solice. The following content is seven original winged races that have not seen the light of day. most have not even been published in a title before. Each race is an original concept with a fresh take. only mentioning angels or demons at leadt once. that would be for the same race. so no pigeon holing here.

The races are

1. Nemain. The farell descendants of Harpies and sirens.

 2. alkonost. Mighty ashe and light magic users that are the universal police

3. Kotekeet. Beings that have evolved so intwind with magic that they can litteraly eat it.

4. Sacare. a vamper like Angeloid that are gentically more closer to snakes then humans

5. Blaige. using reverse physics like freezing fire and buring ice. they live in a place called the warp zone.

6. feyah. they put the outer space back into celestial

7. omnisa= half angel. half demon and all badass.

p.s, this book is for a science fantasy style canpaign. and I had help making it from a good friend that will be thanked thusly here.

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