Tsol'aa History seems sparse at best. Wiki has around 3 paragraphs worth of information.Some major events had Tsol'aa involved. A few Tsol'aa organizations exsisted but are gone. Modern Tsol'aa history is elusive as well. I will continue the research and read further into this but any help would be appreciated.
Also, I want to know what the general climate for the Tsol'aa is. Are we, in general, accepted throughout the world? Are there racial tensions anywhere in particular? Do any well know Tsol'aa figures currently exsist? Are there areas Tsol'aa tend to congregate besides the Tsol'aa village? All this, and much more, helps to form a person's personality.
Thank you for reading.
To clarify: Players don't really play racists at all. Every group is pretty much equal opportunity. There are a few racist denizens (such as some dwarves up north, who at least despise Mhun) but for player groups, it's very much a non-existent problem.
The soul of Ashmond says, "Always with the sniping."
(Clan): Ictinus says, "Stop it Jiraishin, you're making me like you."
They're pretty cosmopolitan. Just treat them as humans with a more long-term, big picture philosophy. (They make good forestals as a result.)
Racism only tends to exist within and towards Achaea's unique races. Rajamala, Horkval, Xoran, Grook, Mhun.
Even trolls aren't picked on because they have a familiar name.
Anyway, you probably won't find any discrimination against Tsol'aa, but don't let that discourage you from playing a hardline racist!
Latest update: 9/26/2015 better character name handling in GoldTracker, separation of script and settings, addition of gold report and gold distribute aliases.
Also, it's good that you want to be involved in discussions, but please stop reviving old threads!