Chapter 3: Human
In some areas of Alaya, a small, bipedal animal suddenly appeared, like countless animals that have appeared on this planet, this species proved to be small and weak.
They are human, unlike other animals, humans do not have an ancestor, so they do not inherit the bloodline power or instincts of animals, the lifespan of humans is also not equal to that of other animals.
Humans have a hard time surviving, some have to live in dark underground caves, some wander everywhere, their bodies are extremely weak compared to other species, so they are often killed by animals or other kinds of extreme circumstances.
However, thanks to a strong survival instinct, despite very difficult circumstances, humans have always maintained and increased the number of their tribes, they gathered in groups, created tribes, care and protect each other, they know that if they don't unite, they won't…
…be able to survive in Alaya. Although they do not have strong powers like animals, humans have outstanding learning and creative abilities.
Humans know how to observe the behavior of other species to find out their advantages and disadvantages, they constantly experiment through trial and error to find out the effects and functions of everything.
They invent languages to communicate with each other, they create writing to preserve their knowledge for generations, so that their intelligence and knowledge is not lost through reproduction like animals.
With skillful hands, they use their accumulated knowledge to make a variety of tools, assisting them in their daily lives as well as fighting with other animals.
Over countless lifetimes of accumulation, their life gradually became better, they began to know how to use agriculture and livestock to store food. With an abundance of food, human life expectancy is increasing day by day, the number of human tribes also increased rapidly.
This is how early human civilization began. This period is the Early Age.