Humans are vast, making up the largest species in existence. They do not have a verse of origin, as they were created by several Weavers and modeled after Dee Vee, the first creation with the general physical structure humans are best known for. However, they all originate from the planet, Earth. They exist in several dimensions, planets, planetary systems, and realms within Paneidoverse; after Sir Vee was created, the Weavers were so impressed with Its design, they used Its blueprint for their own various humanoid creations, which include other types of humans and other species.
Some Weavers are known to take human or humanoid forms to appear within their stories.
Humans' non-human Earthling counterparts are inhumans and their galactic counterparts are otherkind.
Humans have only existed on Earth and its Grounds for roughly 60,000 years. As some different races of humans were created by several deities of the Hierarchy, some are older or younger than others. Humans are the youngest sapient species on Earth.
Humans appear as bipedal, plantigrade creatures with a total of ten toes, a total of ten fingers on two hands, and are dimorphic, consisting of only two base sexes.
They have dense skeletons, large brains, and several other internal organs, including one heart. They are not typically capable of any advanced mental, physical, or psychological abilities such as "super strength" or telekinesis.
However, with special training and some genetic "mutations", humans have been known to have advanced abilities and perception, sensory and extrasensory capabilities.
Growth rate and stages
Humans of Dark Earth live considerably longer than their Aboveground counterparts. This is largely in part to superb sanitation, the natural cleanliness of the earth, untampered food sources and atmosphere, and the overall good health they are in.
Dærth humans are not considered "old" until they reach age eighty or so, which is also debatable when personal health and genetics are taken into account.
Humans have five definite senses—hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch—with a rarely present extrasensory "sixth sense" that involves the reception of information not gained through the recognized senses and not internally originated.