This generator will give you 15 random names for fantasy races or sub-races, according to your interpretation. Names like 'Frost Elves' and 'Iron Dwarves' are races taken from all sorts of mythologies, all races in this generator, but most of us focused on the most common ones. The ones you tend to find the most in games and therefore the ones that most people know about. There are a few races that are unusual, but a quick Google search will reveals countless images if you need quick information. If you are looking for a name for a particular race or some specific kind of sub-race for a random race, you can enter your own value in the input fields, all the results will make use of that value. So if you type "self" in the second field (and check the box) all results are of some kind of elf.
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
What does a new fantasy race need to accomplish? Every new race or character you create for fantasy has to do three things: Occur randomly (or unexpectedly) for an interesting reason. Have unique traits in common with the other races in your fantasy world. Fill a certain role in the story's plot. In order to do all three, you need to select an appropriate fantasy race for your story.
You should consider the main characteristic of the fantasy race you are choosing. Are they evil, neutral, good, or neutral-good? You should also consider your protagonist and antagonists. If you're a story about two people who meet in an epic adventure, then choose a fantasy race that has characteristics of both the protagonists and the antagonists. This gives the reader the opportunity to experience the conflict between the two characters. On the other hand, if you're writing a fantasy novel set in a small town, you will have more options. You can choose a fantasy race that has characteristics that reflect the town you live in (e.g., the elves of Lord of the Rings are very noble).
If you want to make the most out of your fantasy race, then you have to be creative. You can choose an entire species that you will use as a central character in your story. For example, you could choose the human race for your hero, the dwarf race for your antagonist, or even the gnome race for your antagonists. You could also include two different human subspecies within your main character. There is no real set rule when it comes to your choice of a fantasy race. However, you should consider your story's plot, the setting of your fantasy novel, and the characters you will be writing about. The race of your hero will determine what sort of actions he or she takes throughout the story.