The Dragonlance Nexus

Printed From:
http://www.dlnexus.com/lexicon/13492.aspx

Children of the Sea

Article written by Uziel, Ambro, Cyan


The children of the sea are chiefly known to reside around Taladas although around the coast of Ansalon is not unheard of. They are human in appearance, although they have bright green eyes, webbed fingers and toes, and hair with a greenish tinge. Children of the Sea live with Humans in coastal villages whilst they are young, and eventually answer their call and plunge into the depths to live out their adult years. Curiously they cannot breed with one another, and to propogate their race, they must consort with humans. Children of the Sea, then leave their children in the care of the human parent, until the child hears the call and enters the waters.

A Child of the Sea by Cyan.
EnlargeA Child of the Sea by Cyan.
NameChildren of the Sea
TypeHumanoid
SubtypeUnknown
SizeUnknown
ColoringGreenish
RelationsHumans
Sea Elves
LandsOceans

Abilities

Starting at the age of five children of the sea begin to develop abilities. The can predict the weather with great accuracy, control water, and summon aquatic animals to their aid.

Accantus

When a child of the sea is abused when growing up with their surrogate family they may become an Accantus. Other children of the sea that hear of an accantus's existence will try to help rehabilitate it or at least take the accantus away for the safety of the surrounding people.

Relations with the Dimernesti Elves

Children of the Sea along Ansalon's Courrain Ocean coast have very good relations with the Dimernesti Elves. Since their territories are close, this has caused the two races to form a tight bond. They even call each other "Mirror Cousins" since they share the shore and the glassy surface of the ocean.

In 426 AC, Children of the Sea participated in the first conclave of aquatic races in Dimernost.

References

Article Tools

Report An Error or Add to this Article | Submit a new Article

Subcategories

There is 1 subcategory in this category, shown below. More pages may available in this subcategory.

A

Pages in category "Children of the Sea"

There are 2 pages in this section of this category.

E

M

This article has been viewed 6,981 times. It was added on September 22, 2005, and was last modified on March 16, 2008.

Information presented in the Dragonlance Lexicon has been independently researched by a team of volunteers, and original sources have been cited for each article. This and any other Lexicon articles are intended for personal use only and may NOT be posted on any other web site or otherwise distributed.