This is a thought I had just off of the top of my head. The video that debuted the two new races exposed an attitude that the two human characters had on their other, odd allies. However, even though these humans reacted to the other races in a frustrated or disturbed manner and are what is to be assumed the primary races of their respective factions, it doesn't tell us how the other races would react to these abnormal allies. However, we can inference a bit based on the values and ethics of each race. What really brought this to mind though was one relationship in particular: the granok and the mordesh. We can assume that the aurin will likely take a similar if not harsher attitude towards the mordesh. While the aurin seek to preserve the natural order and promote peaceful coexistence between races, mordesh push the ethical boundaries of science far beyond what most aurin are likely comfortable with. Such prejudices would only be exacerbated by the mordesh's current position; a sort of cursed fate ultimately induced by their race's own reckless lust for eternal life. Even after falling under such a fate, they continue to dabble in alchemy that likely stands in direct opposition to the aurin's deeply held beliefs. The tension between these two is sure to be the strongest out of all of the Exiles' interracial relations. However, that leaves a more puzzling relationship left: the granok and the mordesh. Admittedly, I'm not well read on granok lore, particularly because the race doesn't interest me. What I do understand, however, is that the batch of granok that exist within the Exiles are those exiled from Gnox after violating old traditions due to the desperation they faced upon fighting the Dominion. While some granok within the Exiles may still hold true to the "Way of the Stone", it is likely to be a less held belief since it was those traditions that made them outcasts. As far as we know now, the Exiles' granok are mercenaries for hire who hate the Dominion and want to screw them up for getting into their business. Likely this means the granok are more morally ambiguous compared to their counterparts, although not too much unlike the humans. They can probably relate to the plight of the mordesh more than the other races since they too were cast aside when the Dominion targeted them. What do you all think personally? I get the impression that the mordesh and granok, outside of the granok possibly getting weirded out by the mordesh a bit, would have a neutral to even friendly relationship with each other compared to other Exile races' outlooks on the mordesh. Give your thoughts!