Human is one of the four initial races in the world of Elder Tale and one of the eight races players can choose from.


Similar to humans in the real world, humans in the game can have a wide range of skin, hair, and eye colors as well as body size and builds. Their ability stats are well balanced, making them the most commonly chosen race.

TRPG DescriptionEdit

In Yamato, Humans are the largest influential group, and thus, they act as the representative of Good Eight Races. They have strong social nature, and account for the majority of nobles. Due to their large population, Humans are seen in many kinds of occupations - farmer, craftsman, merchant, etc.

Humans are relatively tolerant of other races, often being mixing with them and living in the same cities. However, in many cases, this tolerance is an expression of composure as the largest and the strongest race.

In Human societies, the vocational specialization is accelerated; many occupations gather and form an urban area. There is also active exchange between cities. Asocial, primitive villages are almost gone in current Yamato. Their level of culture is fairly high.

On the other hand, Humans are conservative and organized, tending to keep out of danger and look for safety. Humans don't travel much, and therefore, they aren't fit for being merchants compared to other races. It can be said that their adventurous spirit is scarce. There are many historical heroes, but Human heroes are not so many.

Racial SkillsEdit

Skill Description
Extra Move A skill that allows you to travel quickly by gauging distance.
Entrusted Hope You possess the ability to draw out your latent strength during crisis. The wills and wishes entrusted to you by your fallen comrades doubles your strength.
Custom Weapon Resize various weapons to fit your hand.
Skill Practice There is one talent in which you particularly excel. However, you can't train in any other field.
Picky Choice A skill that uses your intuition and expert eye, allowing you to pick out a lucky find among treasure.
Human Discipline
Favored Arts