The Jal'rai are a race of slim humanoids who have heads that look similar to
an eel. Their thick, rubbery skin is a dark grey-green color and is slimy to
the touch. A long single fin runs from the top of their head and down their
back, to a short, mostly useless tail. They have webbed hands and feet which
aid in swimming.
Traits and Abilities:
Jal'rai are very quick and agile beings who are most adept at rogue arts,
such as thievery and mysticism. They are not necessarily averse to magic,
but tend not to rely on it for protection or offense. Some of them are
warriors, due to their great stamina, but they are not very common. Their
webbed appendages make them amazing swimmers, and their rubbery skin gives
them a natural shield against electrical attacks, but it also makes them
vulnerable to fire.
These are one of the most recent races to be discovered by The Society, and
so are not as well understood as others. What has been gathered so far
suggests that most Jal'Rai are surprisingly friendly creatures, despite their
penchant for thievery. They originally came from the ocean and it is not
known how they developed their humanoid features, but tales from their race
suggest it was a god who transformed them from sea eels and gave them the
ability to breathe above water. This cannot be verified, since there is no
known written documentation of their history.
--Grantham Melthovar, General of the Draknor Society