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Selunari (Species):

The Selunari are an ethereal and elegant faefolk species known for their deep connection to the moon and the lush forests of their sanctuary city, Lunaria. With their captivating beauty and unique abilities, they have become a source of fascination and wonder among both scholars and adventurers.


The Selunari are characterized by their tall and graceful stature, their luminous skin that seems to softly glow under the moonlight, and their striking eyes that come in a variety of unnatural and vivid colors, such as pink, red, purple, golden, and silver. These eyes reflect the brilliance of the moon and grant them the ability to see exceptionally well in low light conditions.

They possess unique fangs, a trait not commonly found among other faefolk, which they use for a variety of purposes, including their primarily vegetarian diet. In addition to their distinctive fangs, the Selunari have a remarkable adaptation: their blood is a striking shade of blue, a trait that sets them apart and has sparked many legends and stories among neighboring communities.


The Selunari possess a range of mystical abilities that highlight their close affinity with nature and the moon. Their innate magical talents allow them to communicate with animals, manipulate plant life, and harness the energy of the moon for various purposes. Their enchanting singing, reminiscent of the sirens' call, can soothe spirits and captivate listeners, making it a powerful form of communication and enchantment.

Culture and Society:

Social Structure:

The Selunari society is organized in a harmonious and egalitarian manner. Hierarchies are minimal, and decisions are often made collectively through open discussions among the community. They value individuality and celebrate the unique strengths and abilities that each member brings to the fold.


Central to the Selunari's beliefs is the reverence for nature and the celestial bodies, particularly the moon. They view the moon as a guiding force, influencing the cycles of life and magic. The moon's phases are seen as markers of time and occasions for various rituals that strengthen the bond between the Selunari and their environment. This religion is called Lunara (Lunarism).

Customs and Traditions:

  • Moonlit Gatherings: The Selunari gather beneath the full moon to perform communal rituals that channel their energy into maintaining the balance between the moon's magic and the magic of the forest. These gatherings involve singing, dancing, and the sharing of stories that uphold their cultural identity.
  • Festival of Colors: During the Festival of Colors, the Selunari adorn themselves in vibrant hues representing the moon's phases. This event celebrates diversity and unity within the community.
  • Night's Embrace: A solemn tradition where the Selunari pay respects to their ancestors by lighting lanterns and casting them upon the calm waters of the reflective pools. This ritual symbolizes the passage between life and the spiritual realm.
  • Mystic Rites of the Equinox: Held during the equinoxes, these rites involve intricate magical performances that honor the equilibrium between light and darkness, day and night. The Selunari believe that these rituals enhance the harmony within Lunaria and its surroundings.

Artistry and Creativity:

Artistry is deeply ingrained in Selunari culture. Their clothing, music, and architectural designs are inspired by the flora and fauna of Lunaria. Their architecture often merges seamlessly with the environment, reflecting their commitment to living in harmony with nature.


They are also adepts of the Pỹdorãma culture, being designed inside it as Amana’Atan Yasi meaning that usually, they are very welcoming of new people, specially refugees.

For the Amana'Atan, food, festivals, and drinks are essential in an individual's life. To them, work should not be performed without reward. In the words of the Amana'Atan themselves, "We work to live! We don't live to work!" Despite the central role that holidays and festivities play in their culture, they are still hardworking people that focus on getting things done. Some attribute this to the idea that good work leads to good rewards. Overall, they are very friendly and welcoming people, encouraging cultural interaction with others.


The Selunari's cultural legacy is evident in their efforts to preserve the world’s natural beauty and protect its delicate balance. Their dedication to maintaining the mystical connection between the moon and the forests is a testament to their enduring commitment to their cultural values.

Diet and Adaptations:

The Selunari are primarily vegetarian, drawing sustenance from the bounties of their forest home. However, when necessary, they can supplement their diet with the blood of other species.

The Selunari's eyes, with their striking and vibrant colors, grant them exceptional vision in low light conditions. This adaptation allows them to navigate through the moonlit forests of Lunaria with ease, making them skilled nocturnal hunters and explorers of the night.

Another extraordinary adaptation possessed by the Selunari is their ability to become invisible by manipulating the moonlight This magical gift has practical applications in both protection and exploration. In times of danger, the Selunari can seamlessly blend into their surroundings, rendering them nearly impossible to detect. This skill also allows them to observe the world around them without interference, ensuring that their knowledge of the surrounding ecosystems remains comprehensive and up-to-date.