This article will go over the different species that live in the Arcadian Isles & Solum. The term "Race" is used because that the terminology from the rulebook, but these are actually different species of beings, not races of the same species.

Aarakocra[edit | edit source]

Aarakocra from the 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

The aarakocra are a race of intelligent bird-men that live on the peaks of the highest mountains, spending their days soaring on the thermal winds in peace and solitude.
Aarakocra are about 5 feet tall and have a wing span of 20 feet. About halfway along the edge of each wing is a hand with three human-sized fingers and an opposable thumb. An elongated fourth finger extends the length of the wing and locks in place for flying. Though the wing-hands cannot grasp during flight, they are nearly as useful as human hands when an aarakocra is on the ground and its wings are folded back. The wing muscles anchor in a bony chest plate that provides the aarakocra with extra protection. The powerful legs end in four sharp talons that can unlock and fold back to reveal another pair of functional hands, also with three human-sized fingers and an opposable thumb. The hand bones, like the rest of an aarakocra's skeleton, are hollow and fragile.
Aarakocra faces resemble crosses between parrots and eagles. They have gray-black beaks, and black eyes set frontally in their heads that provide keen binocular vision. Plumage color varies from tribe to tribe, but generally males are red, orange, and yellow while females are brown and gray.
Aarakocra speak their own language, the language of giant eagles, and, on occasion, the common tongue (10% chance).
Source: 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

Appearances: Aska Isle, North of Akuba (Misscliks Devotion: Episode 33), The Great Horn, Drekis (Akuban Knights: Episode 24)

Aasimar[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Aasimar

Bullywugs[edit | edit source]

Bullywug from 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

The bullywugs are a race of bipedal, frog-like amphibians. They inhabit swamps, marshes, meres, or other dank places.
Bullywugs are covered with smooth, mottled olive green hide that is reasonably tough, giving them a natural AC of 6. They can vary in size from smaller than the average human to about seven feet in height. Their faces resemble those of enormous frogs, with wide mouths and large, bulbous eyes; their feet and hands are webbed. Though they wear no clothing, all bullywugs use weapons, armor, and shields if they are available. Bullywugs have their own language and the more intelligent ones can speak a limited form of the common tongue.
Source: 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

Appearances: River south of Shirebrook (DwD: Georg & Hardcore Heroes), Swamp north of Waadsworth (Age of Strife)

Crabfolk[edit | edit source]

Crabman from 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

Crabfolk are person-sized intelligent crabs. They walk upright on two pairs of legs. The small pincers tipping the short arms above their legs are used for fine manipulation. The two longer arms end in large claws. Two slender eyestalks bob above the beak-like collection of mandibles which makes up the crabfolk's mouth. Male crabfolk are often brightly colored and females may be reddish-brown, green, or black.
Source: 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

Appearances: Embershore Isle (Misscliks: Seaborn), Coast of Ethos (Outpost Santa Barbara)

Demons & Devils[edit | edit source]

Task Master Demon by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Demon

Note: Not all Demons and Devils possess intelligence.

Dragons[edit | edit source]

Scoria by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Dragons of Arcadia

Draconians[edit | edit source]

Bozak Draconian from MC4 - Monstrous Compendium - Dragonlance

Draconians, also known as dragonmen, are vile monstrosities resembling a cross between a humanoid and a dragon. These creatures were created from the corrupted eggs of good dragons.
All draconians have the same general appearance. They have humanoid bodies with the tails and heads of dragons. Small scales cover them from head to toe: the scales are a duller shade of those of their original parents for instance, Bozak scales are a dull bronze). They have elongated snouts, razor-like tangs, and beady eyes.
Draconians have thick, stocky bodies and range in height from 5½ feet (Baaz) to nine feet (Sivaks). Sharp claws extend from their toes and fingers. They can manipulate tools and weapons as easily as humans can. They drag their bulky tails behind them; the tails are useless as weapons but help the draconians balance themselves. They have huge feet, with three splayed toes in the front and a single toe in the back.
All but the Auraks have a pair of leathery wings growing from their backs. Bony projections line the bottom edge of each wing, and a single projection extends from the top. A draconian's wings are nearly as large as its body.
All draconians are reasonably intelligent and are adept at several languages. In addition to their own tongue, which sounds like a combination of hisses and wheezes, most can speak common as well as the languages of evil dragons and other evil races.
Source: MC4 - Monstrous Compendium - Dragonlance

Appearances: Solum (Rollplay Episode 26)

Dwarves[edit | edit source]

Ebnur by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Dwarf

Elves[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Elf

Half-Elves[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Half-Elf

Sea Elves[edit | edit source]

Sea Elf from 2nd Edition Player's Handbook

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Giants[edit | edit source]

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Gnolls[edit | edit source]

Gnash by Squary1

See Main Article: Gnoll

Gnomes[edit | edit source]

Corni by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Gnome

Tinker Gnomes[edit | edit source]

Race that physically appears the same as the Arcadian Gnomes, but have not adopted the Arcadian Gnomish custom of rhyming. The Tinker Gnomes were known to travel around Ancient Bravo in caravans, offering their tinkering services to wherever they visited.

Forest Gnomes[edit | edit source]

Forest Gnomes are even more tiny than regular gnomes, standing at under a foot tall. They are known to make their homes inside trees.

Goblins[edit | edit source]

Grub by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Goblin

Halflings[edit | edit source]

Lily Dudley by NikolayAsparuhov

See Main Article: Halfling

Hobgoblins[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Hobgoblin

Humans[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Human

Kobolds[edit | edit source]

Kobold by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Kobold

Lizardfolk[edit | edit source]

Lizard Folk (Lizardman) from 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

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Medusa[edit | edit source]

Medusa from 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

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Merfolk[edit | edit source]

Merfolk (Merman & Mermaid) from 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual

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Minotaurs[edit | edit source]

See Main Article: Minotaur

Half-Minotaurs[edit | edit source]

by chrisgabrel

Very rare half-race. Only one known Half-Minotaur, Maribel, is ever know to having existed in record. If not for this lone case, Half-Minotaurs would be considered impossible.

Orcs[edit | edit source]

Ugg by vmat

See Main Article: Orc

Half-Orcs[edit | edit source]

Lili by vmat

See Main Article: Half-Orc

Ogres[edit | edit source]

Ogre from 2nd Edition Player's Handbook

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Half-Ogres[edit | edit source]

Tudagub by Lukali

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Sahuagin[edit | edit source]

Sahuagin from 2nd Edition Player's Handbook

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Scrags[edit | edit source]

Scrag by Matthew Burger

See Main Article: Scrag

Siren[edit | edit source]

Siren aka Sirine from 2nd Edition Player's Handbook

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