Fifth Hour Race: The Ruah (Signature) PDF
Unaging and isolated in the far southwestern cloud forest of the continent of Sol, the Ruah have developed a combination of fear and curiosity of the outside world. On the one hand, the outside world could end their life, which otherwise would continue forever. On the other hand, the outside world contains innumerable fascinating things not found in the land of the Ruah.
Although developed for the Fifth Hour setting, the Ruah are suitable for any fantasy setting that wants something different from the standard Tolkein fare.
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