With their lightning reflexes and scholastic minds, these fox-people have come to make a place for themselves on the world of Telon. When their own world was torn asunder by the ravenous ulvari, they fled to Kojan by way of the portal of Nik'tarin.
The reclusive wood elves took in the fox-people into their home of Ca'ial Brael and allowed them to begin rebuilding a life for themselves. The raki have given as much as they have taken, however, as a bond they established with the wood elves shields the elven forest from ulvari incursions.
While the raki have a hard time being taken seriously because of their diminutive size and animalistic appearance, they time and time again proven that they are swift and resourceful.
Greetings and salutations!
Our people have a fine history of academics and scholastics, but since we have taken refuge here on Telon, we have found a need to broaden our horizons. Wouldn't you know that our small stature and quick reflexes make us perfectly suited to help our hosts investigate the recent uprising within the forest. With so many threats facing our adopted home, we could not sit idly by and do nothing, so we put down our pens and took up arms in her defense.
The noble wood elves took us in when we fled through the portal of Niktarin. We barely managed to survive the retreat from our dying home world, as all manner of fiends crept swiftly across the horizon. The elves took us in and allowed us to begin rebuilding.
For this, we owe them an eternity of gratitude.
You are about to find yourself contracted to our hosts' defense. Do not balk as you find yourself at Whitefawn Retreat, charged with bringing an end to the corruption of the vaelwyn witches! Our patrons prize and protect nature above all things, and these vile spirit women are working to poison the forest from the roots up. There will come a time when you will have to face the greatest enemy of our people -- the fiendish ulvari -- as they now threaten to overtake this world as they did our own.
Be brave! For this is no time to lose your nerve.