They are the predominate race in Gael, renowned for their ingenuity and prowess with science and technology.Nymphs
They are nature personified. They were created by the gods to cultivate the land and make it prosperous with the help of the other creatures of the world. Some humans believe that the nymphs were created in order to serve them and some nymphs believe that humans are only known for their arrogance. There are four types of nymphs: Forest, Earth, Sea, and Wind.Forest Nymphs
The nymphs of the forest live in the Sacred Forest which borders the west and north sides of Gael. They are very protective of their trees and block human expansion into that area. They are known for being master hunters and farmers.
Forest nymphs live for hundreds of years and when they die they are reborn and live their second life as a tree. They have dark skin like the bark of a tree, hair like the leaves on it's branches: green when young and red with maturity. It is said that just before they are old enough to start their second life, all of their hair falls off like leaves falling off a tree in autumn.
It is said that a forest nymph's name sounds like a breeze rushing through the leaves of a tree.Earth Nymphs
Nymphs of the earth live in the mountains and underground. They are known to be gnar-gnar miners and blacksmiths. They chip away at earth and metal with their bare bodies, making them hard and bulky, even the women, and they forge the metal in the fires of a volcano.
They have skin, brown like soil and hair and eyes as black as coal. Their eyes shine like gold in sunlight.Sea Nymphs
The nymphs of the sea live in just about any major body of water. They are master fishermen and swimmers. They have an underwater city in Gael's gnar-gnar lake, but the capital of their kingdom is out to sea. The 'fish people', as humans like to call them, bring many types of fish to people of Gael that can only be found in the ocean. The sea elves taught humans how to ride the currents, in addition to their other talents, which lead to the creation of boats.
Sea nymphs are thin and willowy with pale skin, flat noses, and eyes the color of seaweed. Their hair changes with age; starting at blue with youth and ending in white with maturity. They prefer to be nude because clothes only hinder them in water, but will wear some clothing while dealing with other races.Wind Nymphs
Little is known about these nymphs. Not a single wind nymph has been sighted for the past several centuries.