Half-Race Heritages
Though traditionally these would be human heritages, the following half-race options are available to members of any race Except for their own, as with the Half-Elf and Half-Orc heritages.
(You may ask why there is only one half-race feat for each of these, that is because it was the easiest one to think of and both sides will have enough options for you at least. If you'd like to volunteer any ideas, I'm more than open to them. I am also not creating a half-human option. It seems unneeded.)


Half-Dwarf
One of your parents was a dwarf. You may be stockier than a member of your other parent's race, and perhaps a bit shorter. Facial hair would come more easily to you. You gain the dwarf trait and low-light vision. In addition, you can select dwarf, half-dwarf, and human feats whenever you gain an ancestry feat.

Dwarf Atavism FEAT1
Your dwarven blood runs particularly strong, granting you features for more dwarven than those of a typical half-dwarf. You may also have been raised among dwarves. You gain the benefits of the dwarf heritage of your dwarven parent or ancestors. You typically can't select a heritage that depends on or improves a dwarven feature you don't have.
Special You can take this feat only at 1st level, and you can't retrain out of this feat or into this feat.



Half-Gnome
One of your parents was a gnome. You would be of much shorter stature than your standard human, and or tend towards bright colors of hair, eyes, and even skin. Your eyes also might be a little larger than that of a human. You gain the gnome trait and low-light vision. In addition, you can select gnome, half-gnome, and human feats whenever you gain an ancestry feat.

Gnome Atavism FEAT1
Your gnomish blood runs particularly strong, granting you features for more gnomish than those of a typical half-gnome. You may also have been raised among gnomes. You gain the benefits of the gnome heritage of your gnomish parent or ancestors. You typically can't select a heritage that depends on or improves a gnomish feature you don't have.
Special You can take this feat only at 1st level, and you can't retrain out of this feat or into this feat.

Half-Goblin
One of your parents was a goblin. Half-goblins tend to be a bit shorter and disproportionate compared to your average human. Larger heads, ears, or just rows of sharp teeth are not unheard of. Smaller red eyes are not impossible, as are grey or blue tinted skin. You gain the goblin trait and low-light vision. In addition, you can select goblin, half-goblin, and human feats whenever you gain an ancestry feat.

Goblin Atavism FEAT1
Your goblin blood runs particularly strong, granting you features for more goblin than those of a typical half-goblin. You may also have been raised among goblin. You gain the benefits of the goblin heritage of your goblin parent or ancestors. You typically can't select a heritage that depends on or improves a goblin feature you don't have.
Special You can take this feat only at 1st level, and you can't retrain out of this feat or into this feat.

Half-Halfling
One of your parents was a halfling. You'd still appear as a smaller human, or perhaps a taller halfling. Where this does deviate is you'd tend towards having hairy feet. You gain the halfling trait and keen eyes. In addition, you can select halfling, half-halfling, and human feats whenever you gain an ancestry feat

Halfling Atavism FEAT1
Your halfling blood runs particularly strong, granting you features for more halfling than those of a typical half-halfling. You may also have been raised among halflings. You gain the benefits of the halfling heritage of your halfling parent or ancestors. You typically can't select a heritage that depends on or improves a halfling feature you don't have.
Special You can take this feat only at 1st level, and you can't retrain out of this feat or into this feat.



Note: If you elect to take any half-race heritage with a non-human, you gain access to the half-race feat options of both sides. For example, a Half-Dwarf Half-Elf would be able to take Dwarf feats, Elf Feats, Half-dwarf feats, and half-elf feats.