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Gilbert the Godfrey (Talkcontribs)

Due to the most recent URealms Video (located here[1]), Gnolls may be canon. I've temporarily added them to the Race list, even though there is no link to, or information about, them currently.

Pillowkeeper (Talkcontribs)

I'd say hold off on updating the wiki. No information is technically canon until we either see it in an official show, or if we have links to specific cards. Once the season starts, we're gonna need all the help we can get, so if you want to add info then, we'd really appreciate it. For now we have decided to wait until the cards are officially released.

Gilbert the Godfrey (Talkcontribs)

Okay, that's fair.

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CoconutM1lk (Talkcontribs)

It's a little awkward to have a playable races header with another subheader with the same name underneath.

IronClark (Talkcontribs)

Thanks for pointing that out Coconut! I fixed it up!

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Zaxam135 (Talkcontribs)

Molder Beast- A bear like creature that has its armored skin all over its back and a furry underbelly. Most notable Molder Beast when in groups will have one or more curl into a ball to be thrown or rolled like a bowling ball by the Alpha Molder. (combination of an Armadillo and a bear/cubs sized creature)

Belching Bloom- This Creature that has a bright orange belly, they can belch fire balls. If they feel the end is near they will ignite their tail. A long fuse like tail that upon burning out will release an fiery AOE explosion. (A Wingless Fat Sparrow)

Hunger Willow- A carnivorous plant that grows into the bones of its victims. Commonly confused with an ageless that is covered with overgrowth. (Skeleton that is held together by vines and roots)

Blind Stalker- Bight Red under wing, used to distract similar to a belly dancer. Greatest weakness is loud sounds. (Giant Blind Gray Bat)

Emperor Emorious1 (Talkcontribs)

This isn't the place to be posting this kind of thing. I suggest posting this to the Reddit so Rawb can see it!

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PureLemons (Talkcontribs)

Was it ever mentioned how Pigs are transformed into Porcs? I honestly cannot remember.

MrHealix (Talkcontribs)

yes porc hunters

B333 (Talkcontribs)

I think it's just something along the lines of: put a pig into the 'purple goo,' and it become a Porc. As MrHealix said, it was probably explained by Rob in either Porc Hunters or maybe New Crew.

IronClark (Talkcontribs)

It was Porc Hunters, Theta Squad saw a group of Porcs drop the pig into the purple goo, come out as a fresh porc.

5ilver42 (Talkcontribs)

The 'best' explanation is in Porc Hunters. The purple goo is largely (if not entirely) consistent of the acidic sludge they vomit up. Dip a pig into a vat of purple goo... and a porc eventually emerges?

The above is fact, though specifics haven't been really addressed in depth.

Some personal speculation I have is that porcs may be the product of a very specific kind of mutating virus that is present in the purple goo, breaking down a pig and restricting it into a sentient bipedal life-form. Again, just speculation, but applying that kind of scientific thought to a magical fantasy world can often be pointless when maybe "a wizard did it." :P It makes you wonder what their origins might be though.

IronClark (Talkcontribs)

Given that the purple goo exists in the ancient temple of the Dingo Isles, the Porcs have been around for a long time.

208.58.21.130 (Talkcontribs)

They were origanally made when thor threw up on some pigs

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CreeperSleeper95 (Talkcontribs)

I know this hasn't appeared yet in any form besides Ageless's, but i feel like if demons and hell spawns come into the world they could be used to all sorts of things to funny jokes to a murder of 50 elfs in a mater of minutes. They should be based on a school of magic, mostly darkness and fire, and should manly be based on that magic wise. Demons also can come in 2 forms of a spirit and physical. the spirit only having magic and the ability to mess with the minds of the living by entering the minds of the weak minded or if its a very strong demon they can enter the minds of elfs and high bears. The Physical demons having some of their magic but able to use weapons like normal people. depending on the character the physical demon can be in many forms and it can be hard to tell if a person is a demon in a dwarfen from. These are only ideas that I think should be added b/c anything can happen with a demon since they are insane.

Plz leave a comment if you think this is a good idea because i think demons can be used for a lot of funny things while also being very deadly when pissed off

PureLemons (Talkcontribs)

The wiki and conversation here are meant to be used for viewing information about the show. Please refer to the appropriate Reddit page if you want to make suggestions. (There's a season 2 card suggestions in there somewhere). [[1]].

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Gilbert the Godfrey (Talkcontribs)

How are we supposed to classify Ageless and Believers? I know in game they're attributes, but they also act as their own races as well, and people can play as these "groups". What exactly do they count as?

Jack Ironhide (Talkcontribs)

Believer would definitely be a race, while Ageless could be seen as a curse or blessing since you aren't born Ageless but you are born a Believer.

Gilbert the Godfrey (Talkcontribs)

So should I put Believers as a Playable race then? Or just a Race? Or maybe we should make an "Attribute Race" section in the Race where I can put both Believers and Ageless?

Jack Ironhide (Talkcontribs)

Attribute race sounds like a good idea.

PureLemons (Talkcontribs)

Classifying it as an "attribute race" just complicates things more than they need to be. A believer is a race, list it as playable since it is. Characters such as the final boss of last campaign (the ogre), should be listed as a Believer as well, since he was one.

Ageless seems like a race achieved through ritual. They are also created through the breath of the death Dragon Aspect. This seems much more like a race, though it is possible to change your race to this through a ritual. Previously we had classified the people who had become Ageless as "Skeletons". We know more about them now, and know that their abilities differ a great amount.

Ageless should also be classified under Playable Races.

PureLemons (Talkcontribs)

Actually, going back on what I said for Attribute races real quick, I like how its set up currently. It shows that the main race in the background is the attribute, while the chosen playable race is still there. (For believers its because of their story, for ageless its because they have two forms). For now this makes sense to do it this way.

Rob (Talkcontribs)

Both Ageless and Believer are kinda like Vampire or Wolverine. Clearly you can be an Elf Ageless or an Elf Believer, so they are both more or less like afflictions. While believers might have a "form" that exists when they are not inside a book. That form is more ethereal than physical anyway. It isn't going to be sentient anymore so then a cloud of smoke would be.

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