Humans are the dominant race on the continent of Orosaea. Their rise began with the first chiefs of what would later become Seldesus, and they have come to hold sway over most of the surface; they rose from the deserts and mountains and other marginal terrain where they originally dwelt, displacing the Veytra and Saurians. The source of their dominance was a gift from Solastraea, the goddess of magic. The first chief of the Seld tribe was the very first sorcerer, and with Solastraea’s blessing the gift of magic spread quickly among humans (although Saurians and Veytra quickly learned, it was too late for them to counter the humans new-found edge, however the advantage would not last forever, as Solastraea eventually created a new race for whom she abandoned humans). Saurians still dominate much of the jungles and swamps of the south, and have a few modest nations of their own. The Veytra, who once had vast forest realms covering much of the surface, have been forced by humans into the coldest tundras and into the underground caverns, places where their thick fur and sharp vision serve to protect them from the expansive humans. Humans, and the races derived from them, now are content to fight among themselves for land and prestige. Humans and Veytra, however, still have residual animosity, especially the Veytra. Humans bear the instinctive fear of the fierce warriors who raided in the night, and Veytra are understandably unhappy with being forced from the surface.
Humans in Orosaea are as diverse and multifaceted as the many lands they call home. Unlike the derived races, who had their nature shaped by the gods who created them for personal purposes, humans excel at everything and nothing. Humans adapt more easily to new skills and challenges than most races, a legacy of their origins in the harsh terrains which forced them to be flexible and learn quickly for survival.
Statistically, humans in Orosaea are identical to standard humans in Pathfinder.