The Seven Peoples of the There are actually multiple "Earths." Thanks to an accident of magic and quantum physics, the world was split into parallels... More are the seven identifying categories applied to most sentient beings in the world.
The Seven Peoples of the World divided themselves in this manner (or were divided) somewhere around the First War, which covered the whole planet.
The symbology for the Seven Peoples has, over time, been roughly codified into seven distinct symbols:
The shorthand for these symbols (because who wants to spend the time to sketch all that out) is as follows:
A young (and smart-alec) Fey prince has his own opinions of the whole thing right here, if you’re interested in a short story.
The Seven Peoples are The The Sun include any magical beings with a primary drive and ability to heal. More, The The Darkness include any magical beings with a primary drive to devour or collect. More, The Guardians are any magical beings with the primary drive to protect or guard. Unfortunately, they’re all a little crazy. More, Yes. “Fey” is the correct spelling. They use it because while they are fae, and also fay, they are in fact fey, so... More, The Kin, for the most part, refers to human wizards – that is, humans with something else in them allowing them to do... More, The The Dream include any people who live between dimensions and subsist on the essence of dreams of others. More, and The The Ever-Dying are humans, so-called because – from the viewpoint of magical beings – they’re dying from the moment they’re... More.