Through advances in science it is now possible to identify race based
on genetic markers such as blood groups.  

Due to the easily identifiable differences in the appearance of
members of a particular race, members of each race share some
common experiences shaping their culture.

Although the genetic differences between races is minimal, just one
letter out of the 3.1 billion letters in the genetic code, people within
races have shared similar experiences -- helping each race to
develop cultures.
Predominant Cultures:
Race
Character Factor: Determined by Birth
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