Human: Mannerisms

Much like their ability to physical adaptation, human mannerisms are chaotic at best. A firm, stoic, and well-composed human can at a moment's notice become wild and untamed with the heat of battle or with the simple desire to be such.

Their steady walking pace, keeping features protected but not restricted, can change to a playful skip or a decided march; personality and mood having much to do with their mannerisms.

Regional influences and upbringing also have a strong effect on the way they behave. A warrior society bearing stronger and more decisive movements as opposed to the calmer and meticulous behavior a city of merchants may have.