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roleplay:campaign:islaoro:gnomes [2019-06-12 02:18]
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roleplay:campaign:islaoro:gnomes [2019-06-12 02:18]
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 Gender among Gnomes is usually seen as irrelevant. That that they use the terms male and female at all is mainly to be polite to members of other races. Gnomes below the lucky age of 39 (gnomelets) or above the lucky age of 139 (wrinkleskins) aren’t even thought to have a gender. Many gnomes choose to be genderless at age 52 as well, as that is an unlucky number. Gender among Gnomes is usually seen as irrelevant. That that they use the terms male and female at all is mainly to be polite to members of other races. Gnomes below the lucky age of 39 (gnomelets) or above the lucky age of 139 (wrinkleskins) aren’t even thought to have a gender. Many gnomes choose to be genderless at age 52 as well, as that is an unlucky number.
  
-There are some biological differences between Gnomes, however. Female Gnomes are far more likely to become pregnant than males, and males typically have more elaborately groomed facial hair than females, though that is mostly by choice. There is no notable difference in height ​or weight.+There are some biological differences between Gnomes, however. Female Gnomes are far more likely to become pregnant than males, and males typically have more elaborately groomed facial hair than females, though that is mostly by choice. There is no notable difference in heightweight ​or physical or mental capabilities.