The Children of the Forest are a mysterious non-human race that originally inhabited the continent of Westeros during the Dawn Age long before the arrival of the First Men thousands of years ago. The children initially welcomed the newcomers, but they disliked the First Men's harvesting of trees from forests. Fearing that the children used heart trees for spying, the First Men burned and cut down the great weirwoods as they came, leading to war between the two races.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 10-C, higher with weapons. 9-B with magic, possibly 6-B magic with preparation
Name: The Children of the Forest, Woh Dak Nag Gram, Those Who Sing The Song Of Earth
Origin: A Song of Ice and Fire
Age: Varies, can live for centuries
Classification: Children of the Forest
Powers and Abilities: Magic, Telepathy, Longevity, Fire Manipulation, Precognition with greensight, Mind Manipulation, Empathic Manipulation, Enhanced Senses (Hearing and Sight), Transmutation (Created the Others from mankind), Preparation (after making hundreds of blood sacrifices and gathering en masse, can summon The Hammer of the Waters)
Attack Potency: Below Average Human level (Physically comparable to human children), higher with weapons (Capable of fighting wights). Wall level with magic (Fireballs are easily capable of obliterating multiple wights), possibly Country level magic with preparation (According to legend, can summon a highly destructive catastrophe called The Hammer of the Waters, which flooded The Neck, a massive peninsula situated between and separating The North and The Riverlands, turning the entirety of it into swampland, and broke the Arm of Dorne, a massive land bridge connecting Westeros and Essos)
Speed: Normal Human
Lifting Strength: Regular Human
Striking Strength: Below Average Class, higher with weapons
Durability: Below Average Human level
Range: Standard melee range physically, several meters with fireballs, thousands of kilometers via telepathy
Standard Equipment: Obsidian spears, arrows and daggers, weirwood bows
Intelligence: Though less technologically advanced than humans, they have demonstrated mostly superior knowledge of magic. Should have vast knowledge of various events via heart trees, which they can link to telepathically.
Weaknesses: The Children were technologically primitive compared to the First Men, apparently being stuck in a stone age. Their fireballs require ammunition and their magic can be prone to backfiring, as alluded to in the creation myth of the neck, where their original intent was to separate The North from the rest of Westeros.