The Gabranth are a race that have animal traits like a ‘Werewolf’ or ‘Werecat’ and lived in Pasion, the country of beasts. The Gabranth have not been granted magic and have lost their racial abilities had gained the art of Binding which had a similar effect to magic. Something could be seen from looking at the difference between the Humas and Gabranth continents was that the Beastmen greatly valued nature.

Relations With Other SpeciesEdit

The Gabranth were an existence close to the Pheom from the start. They love nature, live alongside it, and die by its law. That environment has caused them to develop a nature that is able to perceive the Pheom. Still this does not stop certain individuals of race from committing atrocities like killing civilians and children.

Long ago, before the Gabranth and a country of their own they were enslaved by the Humas and treated like domesticated animals. Though the practice is officially outlawed now there remains an underground black market in Gabranth slaves on the Humas Continent. The Gabranth still live in fear that if the Humas would ever seize power they would be made into slaves again.

It is known that the previous demon lord considers the Gabranth as "filthy animals" and felt they were not worthy of being treated equally with other races. He Made several unprovoked attacks on them and committed many atrocities during his reign.


The Gabranth were originally an existence formed by beasts that became integrated with Spirits. The Gabranth could be considered as Pheom that obtained a bigger frame.

A long time ago they were called Sacred Beasts. They didn’t have a humanoid form. As time passed, they slowly transformed to make living easier. It was ironic that they ended up with a humanoid form. But at the same time the Gabranth Spirit also became weaker, and they lost the ability to use magic. However, it seemed that their physical abilities and life force increased.


The Gabranth have a more developed perception than humans. They have enhanced hearing, touch, taste, feel, and sight. They also have a considerably longer lifespan.

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