Called the Conquerors of the Continent, Nuians possess a deeply spiritual culture that revolves around Nui, the Goddess of the Hereafter. They revere the beauty and harmony of their fallen kingdom and fight fearlessly to maintain the traditions that brought them to power.
Nuians receive extra benefits for visiting the Hereafter, doubling the time their stats are increased after being resurrected.
Nuians enjoy reduced construction time for houses and castles, a legacy of the destruction caused by their rebellions and civil wars.
The blood of life is honor, and the blood of death the same.
Elves seclude themselves deep in the forest, avoiding other races as much as possible. Though envied for their beauty, their behavior is considered incomprehensible: hoping for an honorable death, they seek out danger no matter the odds.
Conditioning for the rigors and strains of combat has given Elves the ability to hold their breath underwater for extended periods.
Spending decades near Gweonid Lake makes most Elves talented swimmers with increased speed.
Claw to earth, blood to water, fang to wind, fur to fire.
The restless, nomadic Firran roam the wilds, fueled by dreams of reclaiming their former glory. They believe every life – no matter how small – is not only valuable, but plays a critical role in the natural world. All Firran strive to find their purpose and play their part.
Firran can use their quick reflexes and powerful bodies to decrease fall damage.
Long, non-retractable claws allow Firran to climb trees and ladders faster.
We may bend, but we do not break.
Harani are survivors in the truest sense, capable of extreme and heroic acts serving the interests (and preservation) of their people. Practical, cunning, and family-minded, it is no surprise the strength of their new kingdom rivals the strength of the kingdom they lost.
The Harani have mastered the use of portals to travel across their far-flung empire, reducing the cast time and cooldown of their Recall ability.
Settling the jungles of Mahadevi taught the Harani to be efficient laborers, reducing the time they require for logging and gathering.
Gatherers, crafters, and traders: You are the engine that drives ArcheAge, and its economy is yours to control. Master diverse skills to craft goods and homes, galleons and castles. Transport and trade materials across the realm, braving danger and piracy to support your allies in wars that will change the fate of the world.