Bloodline and Race


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Bloodline noun – The line of ancestors from whom a person is descended.
Usage example: came from a bloodline that could be traced back to the 12th century

Race and bloodline are semantically related In some cases you can use "Race" instead a noun "Bloodline".
Nearby Words: blood, blooded
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Race noun – A group of persons who come from the same ancestor.
Bloodline and race are semantically related in ancestry topic. Sometimes you can use "Bloodline" instead a noun "Race".
Nearby Words: raced, racing, racist, racism, racer
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  • Chosen Conception Partner The individual may also be a Prince, Princess, Ojou, Last of His Kind, or Living MacGuffin that needs to produce an heir for a bloodline, family or race, but their reasons are still motivated by some level of respect, love or affection for the partner chosen.
  • An interesting but ultimately unrelated note on the time-traveling origin: A person can still take "Heritage" feats, special character options that indicate one's bloodline co-mingles with that of the relevant race/species (Fey Heritage, Draconic Heritage, etc) for Illithids.
  • Glacion was said to be of the same bloodline as Frieza, and claims to be the most powerful member of his race ever born, saying that his power is ten times that of Frieza.
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