Mechanically-speaking, E’bari in Pathfinder: Domain are identical to Half-Elves found in the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game p24. You can also find Racial Information on them on the Pathfinder SRD Website.
XP Cost: 10,000
Tulun Eb’ari: Like the Half-Elves presented in Pathfinder, Eb’ari walk a difficult path of existing between two cultures but never really belonging to either. Though many Nim’ari and Humans co-exist in Enotian cities and things are a lot better than they used to be, Eb’ari are still considered only slightly above second-class citizens compared to their “pureblood” relations. Though they can rise to positions of great prestige and accomplish legendary deeds in their lifetimes, they often have to work that little bit harder to prove themselves, pulling peoples attention away from their heritage and more toward their deeds.
Due to a lack of any real culture of their own, Eb’ari are very much their own people and can follow any path in life. It is just as likely for an Eb’ari to become a pious priest of The Twelve as they are to become an assassin.
Adaptable to use magic or technology as the situation demands, each Eb’ari is individual and follows no set pattern of behaviour bar that which was imprinted on them at a young age by their Nim’ari and Human parents. They worship any God, The Pantheon of the Twelve or ignore religion entirely, can be of any alignment and often either try very hard to fit in, or actively avoid doing so.
Place of Origin: Though Eb’ari can be found anywhere in Tulun, they are most common in the Kingdom of Enotia due to the fact that is also the home of their two parent races: Nim’ari and Humans.