I have a really cool concept for a pseudo-race called the Solar Maidens, and I'd like to share them with you guys to provide inspiration and work out the kinks. My settings are all individual worlds sharing a universe, so I can't really go to deep into lore here. Solar Maidens are women of any mortal race that are born with a mysterious blessing that grants them the power of the Sun. Since Magic in my setting is based in imagination, ideas, and individual consciousness the "power of the sun" is less "living battery of nuclear fire" and more so the Sun as a concept: warmth, justice, life, etc. The flames of a Solar Maiden's essence are holy flames, and flame is the literal essence of a Solar Maiden. There exists an entire school of Magic called Suncraft that is inspired and pioneered by Solar ?Maidens. Touching them is like touching a campfire. Facing them in battle is like trying to put out a conflagration. On some worlds Solar Maidens are revered as angels among men. Other times they are feared as omens of destruction. How they exist is unknown, but most agree that something is putting Solar Maidens on worlds as a countermeasure to some great evil. What that evil looks like is uncertain, but a common thread is that very old gods are involved. Thus, many believe that Solar Maidens exist for the same reason Demons exist, to keep other Divinities from becoming threats to Cosmos as a whole. Legends tell of one Solar Maiden who went rouge on a galactic scale. Tanya the Bloodflame, though she is long gone, is an unspeakable memory of a tyrant whose spells bathed entire planets in holy fire. Since Tanya, most of the major Gods and Extragalactic Factions have measures in place to restrict the power of Solar Maidens, for better or for worse depending on the case. The largest complaint Solar Maidens have is infertility. The body of a Solar Maiden runs at very high temperatures, including the womb. A Solar Maiden's womb is like a nuclear reactor and most fetuses don't survive. Sages theorize that this is by design, motherhood is a potent distraction from the dispensing of justice. If there's anything you think I can add to that description that'd be great. You're welcome to use the concept so long as you change it a little.