The fifth born, Birshara, was loathe to leave the mountains whose peaks touched the skies, so she moved her people along the mountain paths to the farthest end from the Dwarven kingdom, using the rock face itself for their homes. The birds of the mountains became their friends, and by their influence, her tribe changed. Becoming tawny-haired with tanned golden-skin, they found their strength in Wind.
The twins, Waeron and Launa, were the closest of Faeron’s children, and could not bear to be parted, so together they took their portion of the Faerani to in the plains west of the mountains. There they found humans and wolves warring against each other for resources and land. Befriending both species who shared the twins’ love of family and neighbor, Waeron and Launa learned to shape-shift between their humanoid form and that of a wolf. In this way, they acted as ambassadors between both species and created a peace between them.
Since Spirit is the element that allows shape-shifting, their identity is not tied to a specific element like the other Faerani. Instead they see their affinity and thereby identity tied to the concept of Peace. Like the Elviani, the Waerani’s appearance began to resemble that of their human neighbors. Their pale skin became more sun-touched, and their hair darker. Reflecting their wolf coats, their hair is usually black, brown, or gray.