The project looks... interesting. I'm not an RPGer myself, so I don't know to what extent other races are under-represented, but I'm willing to accept everyone's word for it. It's about time RPG games shook off the 'white and nerdy' tag (and can instead be 'multicultural and nerdy' ).

As an aside, t209, surely the fact that there's one non-white race in the Elder Scrolls games, and we can't even tell what they're meant to be, is a problem?

I don't know as much about the games and backstory as you and others do, but does anyone else think that their lack of cultural background makes them seem more like a general catch-all for non-white players?

(Correct me where I'm wrong, as I'm sure I am ).