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All classes within Elyon are able to choose from one of two genders (Male/Female) and from one of four races (Human/Elf/Ein/Orc) that inhabit the world.
Warlords prove their worth by withstanding enemy attacks with their robust vitality to defend their allies. Warlords, who unflinchingly jump onto the battlefield wielding massive weapons to claim victory, are irreplaceable fighters to their allies.
Elementalists, with keen senses and gifted magical powers, uncovered the secrets of the unstable elements that shape the world. While their defensive capabilities are subpar, they have a flashy and destructive offense that annihilates their enemies before they can get too close.
The Mystics' pure souls allow them to borrow power from nature to heal their allies and punish their foes. The minute you find yourself distracted by a Mystic's radiant power is when you can rest assured the issues surrounding you on the battlefield have been dealt with.
Assassins, like the faintest breath, disappear from their enemies' sight and reappear in a flash to expertly exploit their weaknesses. The only time when these natural-born killers come out of the shadows is when the fate of their enemies is sealed.
The battlefield is but another playground for the rough and rowdy Gunners, gifted in the art of shooting. Gunners must maintain a good distance from their enemies at all times so they can turn the tides of battle and land decisive blows.
Humans don't have any exceptional talents, delicate crafting skills, or robust physiques. However, there is one thing they have plenty of: a fiery passion that's second to none. The continent of Harth may be harsh harsh and cruel, but it wasn't enough to discourage the humans from flourishing more than any other race. Nowadays, human civilization is the standard for all others.
It isn't just their long lifespan that elves have to boast about. Born with high intelligence and sharp senses, elves adapt to the ever-changing history of Harth, fully inheriting the customs and knowledge of their ancestors. Some scholars refer to elves as the prodigies of Harth as a sign of reverence.
The Ein are actually a conglomeration of diverse races, which makes it difficult to characterize them in only a few words. That does not mean that these small bipedal folk don't share any commonalities, though. They all like shiny things, and they can put together any complex object in no time. Even though they are mocked for their size, no one can deny the fact that Eins are the best engineers in the world.
Orcs are often misunderstood as a barbaric race due to their belligerent, combative nature. However, one would be mistaken to believe that orcs are hooligans who mistreat others and look down on the weak. Though in truth, they mostly value achieving things through honed muscle. The machinery and technology of Harth may have diminished the importance of physical labor, but there will never come a time where an orc's combat skills and brute force will lose their value.