Greater catfolk are similar to their lesser cousins in many ways–nimble, capable, and often active, though they are far more prone to action. While curious by nature, greater catfolk are wiser and less susceptible to the eccentricities and foolhardiness of their cousins, but are just as generous and loyal to their family and friends. Unlike normal catfolk, greater catfolk are separated into four subspecies; the lionels, the tigrons, the cheetars, and the leopurrs. While these subraces share similar societal norms, moral outlooks, religious affiliations, racial associations, and basic feline anatomy, they possess stark differences in their physical appearance, ability scores, and class foci. The following are brief descriptions of each of the four greater catfolk subraces.