A far cry from the Snow White’s friendly fellers or Tolkien’s grumpy axe-wielders, these dwarves are the most technologically advanced species in existence.
Because of their proximity to the River Without End, elves have developed a greater understanding of its magic than any other species in existence.
Once confined to their home planet of Earth, they can now be found on planets throughout the cosmos. But how?
A species of shapeshifters who inspired Earthling myths and legends about devils and demons.
Scarecrows are a form of artificial life, the accidental byproduct of a Munchkin ritual for keeping vampires away.
Fairies (sometimes called fae) are an extradimensional species of sapient beings with vast, supernatural powers—considered beautiful by some and monstrous by others.
A species of anthropomorphic ducks who were genetically engineered in Eden before migrating to the rest of the universe.
Halflings are the caretakers of Eden in the Clarkwoods Literary Universe.
A species of oversized humanoids who, it turns out, thrive on the beach as easily as they do in frozen winter wastelands.