From slim to muscular, to fat and stocky.
Dark golden to brown to black.
Mostly brown, black and rarely white.
263 SA Founded the
792 Defeated Ortagui invasion.
850 Their empire collapsed
“Since dawn of time, Maybe even since their first tainting, they have been Spirit masters.”
In the intricate tapestry of Races, the Utarik emerge—a people whose roots stretch back through the sands of time, intertwining with the very essence of the land they inhabit. Drawings and carvings etched upon caves and rocks tell stories of a history that predates even the N'aldaan empire, echoing with the whispers of an era untouched by the footfalls of Wanderers. The Utarik, stewards of a land that has borne witness to their legacy, stand as an embodiment of ancestral connection, strength, and wisdom.
The Utarik’s ties to their Island run deep, reaching back for tens of thousands of years, an echo of a time before the rise of empires and the touch of outside forces. Legends passed down through generations speak of their resilience in fending off Naldar invasions, a testament to their fierce spirit and their determination to protect their land. Among the windswept landscapes and the ancient caves, the Utarik find solace in their history, their traditions woven into the very fabric of their existence.
Covering all of Utari, the Utarik dwell in small settlements that mirror their deep connection with nature. Remote and nestled within the embrace of the land, these communities reflect their affinity for unity with the spirits of the world around them. Though generally disconnected from all others, they extend a welcoming hand to traders and travelers from far and wide, their presence a testament to the harmony they seek with the tapestry of Races.
Within their settlements, the Utarik organize themselves into small Shamans. These spiritual leaders, bridges between the mundane and the divine, play a vital role in upholding the balance between the Utarik and the natural world.and larger , each one a reflection of their bond with each other and the land. Yet, amidst these cohesive communities, individuals often choose to live isolated lives, their paths guided by the call of the spirits and their roles as
With a deep understanding of the land they inhabit, the Utarik’s prowess as trackers and hunters is unparalleled. The pulse of the earth resonates within them, guiding their steps as they navigate the wilds with a grace that speaks of a connection that goes beyond the physical realm. Their bravery extends to their relationship with death, a realm they face without fear, their bond with the land transcending the limitations of mortal existence.
In a world where ancient echoes mix with the songs of the present, where the land’s stories are etched in the rocks and carried by the wind, the Utarik step forth—a symphony of ancestral wisdom, unity with nature, and the fearless embrace of life and death. With each step they take, the very earth seems to echo with their presence, a testament to their deep connection with the land and the spirits that dwell within it, for they are the embodiment of history, strength, and a legacy that echoes across the ages
Considered the 4th oldest of the Indigenous tribes, said to date back to First Age when Fautyr and Archaic Heidel found together and created the Utarik. According to their elders, the drawings and carvings in the caves and rocks indeed show that their roots on Utari goes back thousands of years. To times prior the N'aldaan empire and the landing of . And when they held Findograa and Ortagui at bay and fended off any invasion attempt from Outlands.
They are excellent trackers and often live in unity with the spirits of nature.
Skjald El Mary
They are covering all of Utari in small settlements, somewhat remote or disconnected with the other races. Rarely they settle outside their communities, but welcome traders and travelers of any race. Some of them who deal with traders are able to speak some of the other realmish dialects. They are spread throughout the following Isles and Countries
Mostly they live in small towns or larger villages, but are also found as individuals living isolated, mostly being shamans.
They are not afraid of death and are excellent trackers and hunters.
I could be wrong but I have seen their equal in Outlands so it wouldn’t surprise me if they originate from there, or at least they all share the same ancestors. But I can’t recall seeing or hearing about T'Aurs when I where over there.
Last Updated on 2023-08-16 by IoM-Christian