Humans are a simple race. They inhabit most of the Realms in one way or the other. Compared to other races, they're the most versatile. They range from the weakest beings, all the way to the strongest. They have the most talent with survival, making them the trailblazers of the Realms. They were the first foreign beings in most of the other Realms, and are the most targeted by strong, God-like beings.
They're also quite violent, and are often incapable of understanding higher concepts. They have been more involved in wars than any other race, making great foot soldiers. They are considered as disposable by most Gods, even though they're the most religiously devoted.
Humans have inhabited nearly every reach of the main realm at one point or another. They typically reside on the Mainland, as many other places are far too dangerous for their simple lives.
The ruler of the Human race is Akorius the VI, who is currently a Demi-God and is 337 years old. He is charged by the more powerful Gods with keeping an eye on his people, preventing racial wars, and other diplomatic tasks.
The higher ranks of Humans such as the Royal Court and many aristocrats are also given this task. The Court is, at its core, a group of highly respected individuals who dish out punishment and help the current king with his decisions. The aristocrats carry out less important orders from the Court, and help manage towns and settle new ones.
In DSZC 5, they have average base stats, with 10 HP, 1 STR, 0 ARM and 1 Mana. They're able to learn somewhat faster, and are quite a bit more adaptable than other races. They gain their stats exponentially if they dedicate long stretches of time to that stat.
Humans are a Tier 1 Race.
The Majora(Pronounced: May-Ore-Ahh)
The Majora are considered to be a subset of Humans, although the ties are currently unknown. Most, if not all Majora live on the supercontinent of Majora Kahak, to the east of the regions which are mainly focused on; typically called Ek-Rkon-Ikrham, or "The Land of the Founders".
Pure-bred Majora are quite tall, typically around 3 meters, with a stature to match. Majora are a hardy, burly people, used to dealing with creatures much larger than themselves in the mountainous regions they call home.
These pure-bred, unaltered Majora mostly revere only two gods. The first is Yzaar-Dramae; often called "The Star Master", and the second being an entity they call "Old Master Bahaal".
This "Old Master Bahaal" is a mysterious figure, but most works that reference it tell the same tale; that Old Master Bahaal was "the one who planted the seeds of the Majora". For religious reasons, many of the Majora of higher standing revere the site where they believe Old Master Bahaal "crashed", as they put it. In addition, this site is always, and is required to always be governed by a mortal lord. While the lord changes as any royalty, their previous name is always erased, and they are simply called "Young Master Bahaal". This religious lord is revered, but not to the same extent as the crash site, nor the Old Master.
In addition to being similar to Humans, there are a couple subsets of Majora, as well.
The Ohmajora are a subdivision of the Majora, who have been physically altered by their Giant overlords. Made smaller, meeker, and more docile, the Ohmajora are both considered to be weak, and worthless.
Ohmajora, by dint of being controlled by the Giants, reject all Bahaal worship, outright, and have been known to stage the rare assault on the Bahaal Fortress. These assaults never end well for the Ohmajora; instead, typically, their entire number, except one, is killed, so that this one may warn the Ohmajora of their folly.
In general, the Giants, while tyrannical, don't attack Ohmajora. Unless, that is, they begin to push at the walls of their metaphorical prison.
Additionally, the pure-bred Majora see no reason to attack the Ohmajora. The Majora look down at the Ohmajora with pity, and a little sadness, seeing their kin being subjugated. But, attempting to break the cycle would cause a catastrophic, one-sided war.
Majora-Ki(Pronounced: May-Ore-Ahh Key)
The Majora-Ki are another subdivision of the Majora, that are mostly identical, except for their differing political views and how they regard the world around them.
The Majora-Ki are physically the same as the Majora, however, their culture clashes with the Majora's free spirit, as they act mostly as a collective. They have one major goal: Create deities. They're not above mass ritualistic sacrifice, genocide and political assassination to achieve their goals.
Despite the Majora being fairly primitive compared to some of the western nations, the Majora-Ki have a complicated, and intense intelligence network, which allows them to live among the Majora, without notice.
If a member of the Majora-Ki slips up and either accidentally or intentionally betrays the Ki, the collective, that person is encouraged to commit suicide. Sometimes that person doesn't have a choice. Their Soul and body are then fed to one of the deities of the Ki.
In addition, any deity that the Ki creates, they also collectively name. However, the word "Ki" always precedes their name.
Despite this supposed blasphemy, the Majora-Ki still greatly revere Yzaar-Dramae and the Bahaal Masters.