Roll on this table as a supplement to determine what relatively standard and widespread fantasy race you want to include in your fantasy setting- excluding the generic standbys of Elf, Dwarf, Orc, Halfling, Gnome, and Human.
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30 Mostly-Generic Fantasy Races
 The “Barbarian” Human. Taller, sometimes partially giant.
 The “Amazon” Human. Female only offshoot.
 The “Dark” Human. Something like Drow, or just unnaturally (pitch black) dark skin.
 Lizard people. Always from the swamp or desert.
 Plant people. Not treants- just have green skin and like leaves for hair.
 Multi-colored skin people. May be Genie born, or like Gensai.
 Treants. Actually playable sticks and branches, the Ents. May be “dryads” instead.
 Wolf people. May be “domestic dog” race instead, with many various breeds.
 Dhampir people. Vampire-like powers, white hair, can go out in the sun.
 Tieflings, or Cambions. Half demon type people.
 Kobolds. The less flighty and stupid variety for playable characters.
 Gel/Slime people. Almost certainly a single amorphous mass in humanoid shape.
 Monstergirls and/or monsterboys. Looks like a human with animal ears and tails.
 Snake people. Most depictions are Naga like, with a long tail instead of legs.
 Cat people. Lazy, vain, good at being thieves.
 Mermaids. Possibly more like Aquaman, or maybe with little gils instead of ears.
 Warforged. Robot people, probably more arcane then mechanical.
 Puppet and/or Scarecrow people.
 Bat people.
 Mushroom people.
 Stone/Mountain people. May be the “trolls” or too big and not necessarily playable.
 Monkey or Ape people.
 Goblins. Often these are monsters and not a normal “race”, but some crossover exists.
 Undead/Forsaken intelligent zombie and/or ghost people.
 Shapeshifter/changeling race.
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