Dietary Needs and Habits
The Dark Elf society runs on a theocracy government, meaning that religion runs the government. Usually this person is the arch priest or priestess of Deuzulus, more commonly a priestess as Dark Elf women commonly are pushed towards the divine fields of magic. Who this person is typically is whoever is the strongest of the priest or priestess. This is because of the typical route of Dark Elf culture, which is the strong survive and lead. In any aspect of hierarchy in Dark Elf culture, the lesser usually attempt to take out the higher in hopes of achieving higher rankings in their society, this goes for any role, whether it be a baker and his apprentice or in this case a High Priest or Priestess and a Arch Priest or Priestess. Due to this, leaders in Dark Elf history don’t always last as long as other leaders in different societies, some not even long enough to have a proper stating in history.
Hair typically white to black, sometimes midnight blue
Civilization and Culture
Major Language Groups and Dialects
Mysmaal, Vishim (known but refuse to speak), Dark Elf
Common Customs, Traditions and Rituals
Worshippers of Deuzulus
Dark Elves, sometimes referred to as corrupted Vishim, are the product of torture and experimentation of the Vishim, all for a product of an obedient slave. The whole process was a complete failure as the newly create “slaves” slaughtered their masters, and their saviors who tried to rescue them. The Mysmaal nest where they were kept became a new home to the newly founded race, and a newly founded dark power. They are truly dangerous in combat and do well to be feared in dark and light magic, with all their worship going to the god of hatred, Deuzulus. Dark Elves often view themselves as a superior race to all others due to the Mysmaal’s selective choice of increasing the raw strength and the intelligence of the race, which leads the Dark Elves to compare themselves to the brightest of thinkers and the bulkiest fighters.