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Type Species
Location Fruma Province, Wynn Province, Ocean, Corkus Island and Gavel Province
Information An intelligent species originating from Fruma. They are the most spread out species in the world of Wynncraft.

Humans are an intelligent species originating from the province of Fruma, with the player being one of them. They have spread out to all known lands and provinces in the world of Wynncraft. Their magical potential is of a moderate level[1], though in Fruma, the general people were withheld from these magical capabilities, with only those with the highest power having access to any sort of magic.[2]

Humans have always managed to prosper in Wynn, a clear example being an empire in the Almuj Desert, which was ruled by a seemingly immortal emperor.[3][4][5] However, this empire eventually fell in 1400 BP, and at a later unknown date many Fruman humans escaped the monarchy and ran east, eventually establishing an agriculturally dominated province.[2]

A thousand years ago, in 0 AP, the humans of Wynn were already a far spread out and powerful race, with many cities and fortresses across the province. On this year, a group of emerald miners near Detlas accidentally opened the Nether Portal in what is currently known as the Roots of Corruption. The mysterious force known as Corruption attacked Wynn, and doomed the province to the Corruption War, a war that has lasted until current day. The undead destroyed Ancient Nemract[6][7], and Fruma closed its borders to Wynn. Not much has been heard of Fruma since.[2] Some have tried to stop the Corruption from taking over the lands, but even the strongest were defeated.[8]

Ironically, the opening of the Nether Portal was the event that made Wynn and its humans the center of the world. After the waves were calmed in 900 AP[2], the Villagers of Gavel came to Wynn's aid. To the humans they introduced the long-needed arts of magic, and forged an alliance that would go on to save the province. Even Fruma reopened its borders, and offered its support in the form of new recruits.[2]

In 650 AP, a group of separatist humans escaped from Fruma and made it to the island of Corkus. They had no knowledge of ordinary magic, but invented one of their own, a new kind of magic: Electromagic. The technological might of the Corkians is unparalleled by any other province. However, much like Fruma, Corkus is fairly secluded, and it is hard to tell what the allegiance of the Corkians is.[2]

Notable humans

  • Queen of Fruma - Not much is known about this mysterious individual who dictates over Fruma, but it is believed that her magical powers are very dangerous.
  • The Twains - individuals adopted by a man named Marius Twain possessing magical gifts. They were raised to act as the protectors of Wynn in around 550 AP - 600 AP as we know them now.
  • The Emperor - A seemingly immortal man who ruled over the desert empire. In reality, his powers were from a sceptre.
  • Hashr - The Emperor's 26th son, who murdered him in 1400 BP, and unleashed a curse that buried the entire Empire.
  • Corrupter of Worlds - The first person to ever enter the Nether Portal. He was originally a simple captain of a mining team, but he turned into an extremely dangerous killing machine, who personally slaughtered his entire crew, and thousands more. Nowadays he is trapped under the Temple of Legends with a seal made by the Twains.
  • Bak'al - The leader of the corrupted armies. He was the second person to ever enter the Portal. With him in the lead, the corrupted destroyed countless towns and killed many.
  • General Skien - A powerful warrior who once led the army of Troms. He was betrayed and lost the battle. After that, he inhabited Skiens Island, and slowly turned insane. After dying, the Corruption awoke his body, but unlike all others, he kept his intelligence.
  • Tisaun Sodeta - Founder of the Sodeta Guild. He was a hero of the people, who saved countless lives both in the Corruption War and as leader of his guild. It has been told that he managed to kill a thousand corrupted with just a rusty spear and a thin shirt.
  • Slykaar - A dark shaman who acted as the protector of Troms at the cost of human sacrifices. He was later exiled as Troms replaced him for Bob.
  • Bob - A human-Olm hybrid who heroically stood as the last defender of Ragni from the onslaught of Bak'al's attack. He would serve as Wynn's private demigod afterward, disappearing in 984 AP.
  • Aledar and Tasim - Two recruits that the player crosses the Fruman border to Wynn with. Aledar later accompanies the player on a mission in the Silent Expanse in the quests A Journey Beyond and A Journey Further.

Known Human Settlements

Wynn Province


  • Ragni - One of Wynn's two great fortresses, located at the west end of the Wynn Plains. It has survived many corrupted sieges and is the hometown of the well-known hero Bob.
  • Detlas - The central city and trading capital of Wynn, located in the center of the Wynn Plains. It was established with the help of the Villagers, and serves as the hub for adventurers of all kinds.
  • Nemract - A relatively under-defended and poor port town of Wynn, the people have endured a lot of suffering, making them hardy. It also serves as a major port for Wynn.
  • Almuj - This large city has been built near the border between the Savannah and the Desert of Almuj. It houses many amenitites, such as the bazaar or the well-known Almuj Bank, which can only be accessed by trusted citizens.
  • Rymek - The one and only city in the mesa. It is a bandit-filled town, where gold is used as a currency instead of emeralds.
  • Nesaak - Located in the center of the frozen tundra of Wynn, this town's main food source is fish. Located nearby it is the even more frigid terrain of the Ice Canyon and the haunted House of Twain.
  • Lusuco - Located deep within the sub-zero temperatures of the Ice Canyon, this town serves as a resting area for those who attempt the nearby challenge of the Tower of Ascension. In it's northern part, the Wynnter Fair is held there.
  • Troms - Being second great fortress of Wynn, Troms is a very sturdy fortress deep in the Jungle. There is a tunnel through the mountains known as The Passage, which leads out of Troms, but only members of the city may use it.


  • Alekin Village - A small town in the Wynn Province located in the foliage of the Nivla Woods. It serves as a respite for travelers between Ragni and Detlas.
  • Bremminglar - A small tribal town located in the savannah, this town is known for being the home of a sorceror, Wedyf, and also having a fair bit of potatoes produced by the town.
  • Ternaves - A small town that lies near Detlas, split into it's northern and southern half, the northern part being known for its Horses, and the southern part being a town for blacksmiths. Nearby lies a prison that few draw near.
  • Corrupted Village - A small town that resides near the Roots of Corruption, a large Corruption spike has emerged by the town, causing the residents of the village to go mad.
  • Tempo Town - A very poor, slum-like town residing in Time Valley. There are very few buildings located there, and almost all of the towns amenities are in one large building.
  • Elkurn - Despite being very close to the Roots of Corruption, this quaint town has managed to survive. It was the home to a researcher who studied the Corruption. Nearby is the Tower of Amnesia.
  • Eagle Tribe - A small town located in the Mesa, this tribe has been at war with the nearby Owl Tribe.
  • Owl Tribe - A small town located in the Mesa, this tribe has been at war with the nearby Eagle Tribe.
  • Lumberjack Village - A very small town in the Mesa that consists of lumberjacks. Nearby is the Sunrise Canyon, where the lone bandit Rymek Luke resides.
  • Iboju Village - A small town located nearby Troms, where the native peoples of the jungle reside. Within the town are various tribal merchants, and an idol that was buried nearby. Within the jungle is also its sister city, where an elder resides that has fallen ill.
  • Entamis Village - A very small town located deep within the Dernel Jungle, it is home to a few of the natives of the jungle who worship Entamis, a tree that has been infested with the presence of Aenara, a monster of Corruption.


  • Old Detlas - A relatively small town located where modern Detlas stands. It was destroyed by Bak'al in 78 AP.
  • Akias - A grand city comparative to modern-day Detlas, this town was destroyed in a siege by Bak'al in the year 347 AP. On the path to Detlas from Ragni the ruins of the city can be seen.
  • Ancient Nemract - Nemract was once a much more grand city. However, in the very same year the Portal to Corruption opened, a siege of undead lead by Charon had destroyed the city. The only residents left of the city are the very same that died that day.


  • Selchar - Known as the "heart of the sea", this island town acts as the bridge between Wynn and Gavel.

Corkus Island

  • Corkus City - The capital of Corkus, and possibly the most advanced city in the world. Corkus City is full of devices that use electromagic, aiding the citizens in their everyday life.
  • Relos - Although smaller than the nearby Corkus City, this town has several pieces of machinery, and is also the home to its own library, telling the story of the Corkians.

Gavel Province

Silent Expanse

  • Lutho - A forgotten town established by the ancient miners of Wynn. In the center lies an obelisk of light, giving it's residents immortality, as well as offering an escape to the eldritch nature of the Silent Expanse, by creating a paradise for the residents. Over time, almost every resident chose to go to this utopia, except for one. Those who chose the paradise have their bodies lose their eyes to become a part of the nearby forest, and their husks are still animated by the obelisk within the center.


  • The player, like all that exit Fruma, lost all their memories of the province. Unlike the others, though, upon closer inspection, it seems like the player didn't even have a past before coming to Wynn.[9]