Trace: Okay, let me get this straight… there are tiger Keidran, wolf Keidran, dog Keidran, and fox Keidran…
Trace: And then… rabbit Keidran, and lizard Keidran, and fish Keid—
Flora: No, no, no! That’s wrong. I mean, yes, there are supposedly merfolk in the sea and I had heard stories from people about a species of reptiles in the mountains… but none of those count as Keidran. Just canids and felids.
Trace: Well… what’s the difference? If both canids and felids count as Keidran, why not the others?
Flora: The difference is canid and felid Keidran are closely related. The other creatures are more primitive than our two species. They’re usually classified as beasts… but then again, so are Keidran sometimes. Oh, and have I mentioned Basitins yet?
Trace: I’m so confused.
Flora: It’s alright, Trace. The only ones you’ll need to know are us Keidran. All the rest are either far away or might not even exist.
Flora: And I can guarantee you’ll never have to worry about meeting a Basitin. They live far off on some weird island or something.
Trace: Well, I’m sure glad I have you here to teach me about this stuff. I’d be totally lost right now without you.
Flora: Oh… erm, you… you’re welcome.
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