Eladrin once lived in the magical beauty of the twilight courts. They are people who value beauty and splendor over anything else. Much like their elven brothers, Eladrin often appear as being arrogant and elitist to other races. Unlike elves, however, Eladrin are much more reserved and cold. Eladrin are used to show their feelings in the form of an art rather then in words: Painting, singing or dancing is the way they use to express themselves, that’s why they mostly seem cold and detached when speaking. However, even when speaking a strange charm seems to radiate from them.
Eladrin’s height is usually between 5’ 5`` and 6’ 2`` They are slim, and even the strongest simply look athletic rather than muscle-bound. They usually have pale complexions and long straight hair, which is often pale blue, silver or golden blond. Their ears are long and pointed, and their eyes are pearly orbs of vibrant blue, deep purple, emerald green or bright yellow, lacking pupils.
Eladrin have good relations with the elves, which they consider to be their fey siblings. They like the quiet nature of the tieflings, and to them the tieflings are misunderstood people, a bit like themselves. To the Eladrin, Gnomes and Dwarves are annoying at best, and humans are simply not worth their time.
Eladrin tend to be of chaotic neutral alignment, they aren’t as good natured as their elves cousins, but they are usually very open minded.
Eladrin live in huge fortress-cities called Vandalris; those cities are few and far between but each of them host at least 1000 Eladrin citizens. Those Vandalris are usualy constructed in places of stunning natural beauty. Each Vandalris has its own government and rulers, as well as its own laws.
Eladrin worship the Eladrin goddess Jayanti, who they revere as their patron deity.
Eladrin speak Eldari, a fey language that takes its roots in ancient sylvan. They also sometimes speak the language of their enemies, goblins, orcs and drow.