Appearing as ordinary fire when standing still, the fire Bal takes on humanoid form when in motion. Nasty, hate filled creatures whose sole intent is to destroy, kill, or otherwise consume.
Bullion is a resource used to create trinkets.
Lightbringers are Paladins in service to the dogma of Istensia, led by one of the White Mantles of the order - Cassandra du Soleil.
They aim to wipe out necromancy and the undead. The motives of each individual may differ - some may do this out of pity for those risen in undeath, while others may vehemently despise these creatures and only wish to slay them to eradicate them from Orn. Whichever the case, they command the light of the Prime to slay their enemies and heal their allies.
Cassandra du Soleil, white mantel, leader of the Lightbringers, and most importantly - First of Istensia.
Cassandra is a human who has existed since before the Shattering, and once led the charge against the avatar of Etejeril. Shortly before the Shattering, Istensia entered the body of Cassandra to prevent being destroyed during the cataclysmic event. This changed Cassandra, warping her perspective of human events and morality - leading her to twist the dogma of her immortal just enough to allow for radical, immoral actions to be taken in their fight against necromancy.
Wyrms are earth dragons. They are the largest and most muscular of the dragon species, with thick, bulky hides. Like nagas, pure-blooded wyrms have no wings. Those who do as a result of mixed lineage tend to be poor fliers due to their size, though all wyrms are accomplished burrowers, tunneling out dens for themselves in caves deep underground. Their scales are deep brown or black in coloration, and they breath sprays of acid or poisonous gas.
Drakes are fire dragons. They are large and muscular like their cousins the wyrms, but have broad wingspans like wyverns. Most scholars consider them the most versatile and deadly breed, able to combine swift movements and powerful attacks in equal measure. Drakes are likewise adaptable in their choice of den, though many prefer simple caves in mountainsides. Their scales tend to be colored in hues of red, orange, and yellow, and they breath gouts of flame.
Wyverns are air dragons. They are the leanest and lightest of the dragon species, with large, overdeveloped wings that allow them to travel at high altitudes and over great distances. They make their dens in perches atop high mountain peaks. Wyverns tend to range in color from white to azure and breath bolts of lightning.
Nagas are water dragons. They have long, sleek, serpentine bodies. Pure-blooded nagas have no wings, though many nagas bear them anyway due to mixed lineage. Whether or not it can fly, every naga is an accomplished swimmer, able to reach the deepest trenches of the ocean and remain there indefinitely. Nagas make their homes in such places almost exclusively. Their scales tend to be blue, navy, or green in color, and they breath sprays of icy water.