The children of Lycanus, the feralfolk are a mix of man and beast. Often appearing as savage or bestial humans, feralfolk have the ability to transform, mutating into creatures that are neither man nor beast, growing sharp claws, cutting saber teeth, gruesome horns, and all manner of other bestial transformations. Thankfully these transformations are limited and mercifully short. In their normal form they appear as savage or bestial versions of humans usually with sharp teeth, long unkempt hair, sharp but harmless claws, bestial eyes, or some other mix of traits to show of their bestial lineage to the world. In these harsh lands they are mysterious and savage nomads, living off the land as they have since histories beginning. Often viewed with suspicion in the towns of the frontier, these feralfolk are blamed for everything from stolen livestock to maulings, with many fearing them as they do the predatory beasts of the wilds. That being said there are few other races that know the frontier as they do, and their ability to hunt down and procure the rarest and some of the most sought after resources therein make them a sought after, if mistrusted, group in the frontier.
Religion: Feralfolk almost universally follow Lycanus, the father of predators. Amongst his faith Feralfolk are considered to be one of the last of his humanoid children and one of the few races who still worships him almost exclusively. Amongst the Feralfolk though the Lycanus faith is as fractious and disjointed as the lord himself with the ideologies of the faithful often varying from pack to pack and the beliefs of their cleric. First amongst these faiths are the traditionalist. These followers often focus on either the power of predators and other less sentient progeny of their lord and seeking to emulate them in their everyday life in order to give them an edge in the environments they live in. Second are the reformists, this modern faith seeks to mend their broken lords psyche and rebuild him to his original proud state rather then having him remain the broken disjointed beast he has become. Many of these followers seek to promote his more proud and controlled states as well as combating those followers who seek to provoke him into wild fury or are aligned with the lord Jezelda and her vile brood. Finally there are the primalists, these wild followers seek to emulate their lords new maddening state, descending into his psychotic madness as a glorious expression of his wild power.