Half breeds and a Human
“My first accidental wife was once called a harpy by a drunk, I swiftly corrected him that no harpy was as foul as my wife.” Lontain, the Wandering Bard
Packs of man eating harpies dot the coasts and plague any wild place where ships pass by. Harpies have also been spotted inland, sharing more characteristics with vultures instead of the sea birds that their coastal cousins resemble. They live in loose groups called roosts and hunt all manner of intelligent creatures. Be careful of their song, while the foulest of creatures they sing sweet enough to drive a man into the waves to behold them.