Race on Minnoa is a blurry concept and is predicted to get blurrier as time passes. Many races can and do produce children with mixed genes which is rarely even something that is considered by most sentients, people who are in love and want to raise a child together seems perfectly natural whether it be two Gnomes, or a Goblin and a Tabaxi. This acceptance of a racially diverse melting pot is ingrained into the Sanctuary City's design making them all extremely accessible to every type of sentient that had been recorded. Another thing the Sanctuary City Alliance did to encourage stronger communities was create the city birthing units, places where those who are incompatible genetically can go and through a ceremony where the parental spirits of Minnoa can be called on to administer the trials they require in order to spin a new soul from the parents combining some of each of their traits with a smattering of random possibilities dependent on the region.
This all means that since the dawn of the Modern Era, there has been a large upswing in racial diversity due to reproduction. This all obviated the need to distinguish anyone as half something, half elves and half orcs both started using the movement of claiming their identity as Thin Skins and Thick Skins respectively which developed into shorthand for anyone who's Elf, Human, Dwarf, etc... or Orc, Goblin, Verdan, etc... lineages show more dominant. Later the term Beast Kin was coined by those who showed their animalistic lineage physically, while Extraplanar was coined by a newspaper editor for those whose Tiefling, Genasi, Fairy, or other Extraplanar lineage shows most dominantly.
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As the plane of Minnoa itself is semi-sentient, and what it does in opening up portals for peoples in danger of genocide could be easily taken poorly by gods of all persuasion. Due to this, Minnoa actively hides itself from the minds of the gods which has the results of forming an Animism teleology to form within it's boundaries.
Animism is the belief that spirits inhabit every part of the natural world. In an animistic worldview, everything has a spirit, from the grandest mountain to the lowliest rock, from the great ocean to a babbling brook, from the sun and moon to a fighter’s ancestral sword. All these objects, and the spirits that inhabit them, are sentient, though some are more aware, alert, and intelligent than others. The most powerful spirits might even be considered deities. All are worthy of respect if not veneration.
Animists don’t typically pay allegiance to one spirit over the others. Instead, they offer prayers and sacrifices to different spirits at different times, as appropriate to the situation. A pious character might make daily prayers and offerings to ancestor spirits and the spirits of the house, regular petitions to important spirits such as the Seven Fortunes of Good Luck, occasional sacrifices of incense to location spirits such as the spirit of a forest, and sporadic prayers to a host of other spirits as well.
An animistic religion very tolerant. Most spirits don’t care to whom a character also offers sacrifices, as long as their domains are respected as they are due. People incorporate new spirits into their prayers without displacing the old ones. Contemplatives and scholars adopt complex philosophical systems and practices without changing their belief in and respect for the spirits they already venerate.
Animism functions as a large tight pantheon. Animist clerics serve the pantheon as a whole, and so can choose any domain, representing a favorite spirit for that cleric.
Casting Time: 1 action
Range: Self (60-foot cone)
Components: V, S
Eight multicolored rays of light flash from your hand. Each ray is a
different color and has a different power and purpose. Each creature in a
60-foot cone must make a Dexterity saving throw. For each target, roll a
d8 to determine which color ray affects it.
1. Red. The target takes 10d6 fire damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
2. Orange. The target takes 10d6 acid damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
3. Yellow. The target takes 10d6 lightning damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
4. Green. The target takes 10d6 poison damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
5. Blue. The target takes 10d6 cold damage on a failed save, or half as much damage on a successful one.
6. Indigo. On a failed save, the target is restrained. It must then make a Constitution saving throw at the end of each of its turns. If it successfully saves three times, the spell ends. If it fails its save three times, it permanently turns to stone and is subjected to the petrified condition. The successes and failures don't need to be consecutive; keep track of both until the target collects three of a kind.
7. Violet. On a failed save, the target is blinded. It must then make a Wisdom saving throw at the start of your next turn. A successful save ends the blindness. If it fails that save, the creature is transported to another plane of existence of the GM's choosing and is no longer blinded. (Typically, a creature that is on a plane that isn't its home plane is banished home, while other creatures are usually cast into the Astral or Ethereal planes.)
8. Special. The target is struck by two rays. Roll twice more, rerolling any 8.
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