The Humans of Arborea have faced adversity since the dawn of their existence. Their creator god denied them of a homeland and banished them to exile, but time and again they have risen past these challenges to come out stronger than ever. Their resilience, adaptability and knack for industry helped them carve a leadership role in the Valkyon Federation. Humans have long yearned for their place in the world, and now that they seem to have found it, they will fight to preserve their society from the ravages of war. More information on TERA Human
- Human Relations and Conflicts
- Capital City: Velika
- Human in Action Screenshots
- Racial Traits
As the creations of the god Gidd, the Humans displayed an innate rebelliousness and capacity for mischief. When Gidd denied the Humans a homeland, they devised a plan to exact revenge by stealing his divine treasures, but this was discovered, and the angry god punished the race to wander until the ends of time. The goddess of the hunt, Velik, took pity on the humans and granted them a homeland, now known as the City of Wheels, Velika.
Humans are the most diplomatic of the races in the Valkyon Federation. In their years of traveling, the Humans encountered different societies that helped them gain a broader view of politics and culture. They are widely considered to be the leader among equals, and are a source of inspiration for the rest of the races as standing proof that dreams can be achieved if you fight long enough for them.
The human capital of Velika comes by many names. It is the City of Wheels, for in the center of the city stands a giant, constantly turning wheel created by the goddess Velik which provides magical energy to the bustling Human workshops and factories. It is also known as the City of Falcons. Awestruck visitors even refer to it as Velik’s Dream, suggesting the limitless possibilities of Human ability empowered by her divine blessing.
Any human of sufficient level can teleport at will to their home city, Velika. 1 hour cooldown.
Humans are survivors. When pressed, they’re very hard to knock down or paralyze. 1 hour cooldown.
When fighting other players, humans take less damage when they’re low on health. Passive.
Resilience of Body
It’s tough to keep a human down. When resurrected, they regenerate health.
Speed’s vital when you live on the road. Humans are fast when crafting light armor.
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