Miroque has submitted a conjurer, Ruby Slippers is ginning up a rogue. No one has put in a preference for their character's position in the house.
@ Miroque, do you want to change out any languages? There are 5 additional human languages, all of which feed into the common tongue and are rarely spoken nowadays (equivalents to classical Latin, Hellenic Greek, and Aramaic). Ancient Baklunish, Ancient Suloise, Old Oeridian (the major contributor to Common), Flan (dialects still used in more isolated areas and the primary precursor to Druidic), and Rhopan.
For those not familiar with Greyhawk, racial purity and pride in that is only a thing on the fringes of humanity. It is due to simple isolation, as in the case of the Tiger and Wolf Nomads or the Snow, Frost, and Ice Barbarians, or to a specific agenda, as with the Scarlet Brotherhood. The mainstream is pretty integrated, with Oeridians and Suel as the primary stock. A breakdown with some analogous, Earthly themes. Each ethnic groups still has their own deities, though the "Greyhawk pantheon" draws from all of the traditions and represents those with cross-cultural appeal.
Baklunish - a desert people on the western fringe of the known world. Very 9th century Arabic, in culture, linguistics, dress, and appearance. Like all peoples, polytheistic. Fairly homogenous due to geography, though they are far from rare in the central Flanaess.
Flan - the first people of the Flanaess, they are variously described as a cross between the First Nations of the US and Celts. Olive complected, dark haired, and preferring simple color palettes even when living among civilization. In tune with the natural world, their culture forms the primary roots of Druidic faith.
Oeridians - a people well skilled in war who migrated into the Flanaess after a war with the Suloise that nearly destroyed both civilizations. Think Granadan Caliphate Spain; skilled warriors, potentially hot-blooded, and a tradition of craftsmanship and mixing performance with dueling (the three circle "dance" of the two Tonys' Mask of Zorro) with fair to olive complexions and honey blond to dark hair. The tribes migrating farthest east, the Aerdi and Nyrondal favor bright colors in checks and plaids. Those in west look more to diamonds and ovals.
Suel - the Suloise Empire also migrated into the Flanaess following their destructive war with the Oeridians. Great scholars and mages are the cultural tradition, though those on the fringe, the F/S/I Barbarians are stereotypical vikings. Pale of hair and complexion, the Suel favor light, comfortable garments such as loose trousers and tunics, often in unpatterned cloth.
Rhenee - a mysterious people from another world, the Rhenee are river dwelling gypsies. Think the Romany stereotypes and prejudices as well. They are the people who don't integrate, not that "polite society" offers them opportunity.
The county is mainly a mixture of Suel and Oeridian stock with a little Flan influence.