Humans are plentiful in Enma, and there are several regions where humans have developed separate, unique cultures. Among the ruins of Mora, pockets of civilization still exist. Scraping out a living in the Shadowlands carrying on the tradition of metal magic that made the Moran Empire so feared in the past. West of Mora in the small island country of Denarin, a loose human kingdom has grown and thrived under a rich tradition of knights and lords. The Ohrisian Empire of the golden plains is predominantly made up of humans and those of human heritage, although they are accepting of any race that will accept their teachings and philosophies. Such citizens may find, however, that attaining political power and influence within the Empire will be difficult at best. The surrounding human tribes largely consist of humans that have resisted domination by the Ohrisian Empire and the increasing raids of the nearby orc tribes. They are strong and proud although somewhat xenophobic. Scattered large towns that call themselves city-states, mostly consisting of humans and varied other races, exist in the Highland Weld, many of which were colonized by either the Moran or Ohrisian Empires in years before. These now free people have formed a loose coalition that work together in their defense, known as the Free States. North of them, in Nerenden, tribes of human barbarians survive by raiding south in the summer, when the Dorin Sea has thawed enough to sail. Finally the humans of the Insildor region work side by side with the elves of the area in worship of the World Tree. They are known to be welcoming to strangers of nearly any race, although will fiercely defend their homeland if conflict does ensue.
The pantheon of humans is varied from country to country, especially in the Free States, where everything from the ancestor worship of the orc tribes to the monotheistic Ohrisian faith is accepted, if not necessarily encouraged. The predominant faith of the region varies from one city-state to another.