Slavery is a condition wherein one individual owns another individual as a kind of property and controls them. Though depending on regional politics and culture there are some variations.
There are no large scale slaving operations that exists in the world.
No species is specifically targeted for slavery on a large scale, and it is not an intrinsic core to any species' background.
Most slaving operations are local to an area and tend to come to be due to a particular regional demand or as an aftermath of regional conflicts.
Trafficking is when a person is forcefully removed from their home region with the intent to sell that person to another group for one reason or another.
The most common reason for trafficking a person is often to use them to harvest parts of their body. There are regions of the world where certain parts of a species may be considered a delicacy, or have the belief that ingesting certain parts will grant them some kind of benefit. There is also some demand for body parts for those that practice magic and apothecaries, as those parts could be seen as vital components for some rituals, Potions or other uses in the field. Of course there is also those seeking access for bodies to advance science and knowledge in general.
Trafficking can also be used to sell someone into slavery or other forced labor/entertainment should the market and opportunity be there.
To determine the worth of someone that is enslaved or being trafficked follow the same rules as companions.
To determine the value of someone's parts use the same rules as items that affect crafting or item worth if the part is to give a flat bonus.
Setting note this content will be expanding over time.
In Shi Inkahan-controlled Ramsalon all slaves were freed in the Naga Nori War
In the Vaxian Empire-in-exile, all slaves must be registered with the government and treated with a reasonable degree of kindness.
Nethar of Northern Vaxia Continent
Neth in these region often have conflicts with other local species over competition for resources. As a result they of have a supply of prisoners from those conflicts they enslave. Nethar are not often kept as slaves by other Neths in the region. Though there are some exceptions, such as condemned criminals. Half-Nethar are usually treated as non-Nethar for legal purposes in these regions, and thus can be traded as slaves. Individuals of three-quarters Nethar blood are usually treated as full Nethar.
Cheap slaves are treated as disposable and often mistreated for fun, but more valuable ones, such as expert craftsmen, are usually given more than adequate food and comforts and rarely beaten unless they make it absolutely necessary.
Slavery is not technically illegal in GHOUL However, if a slave requests asylum with GHOUL, it is usually granted and the slave is freed (unless the owner is someone that GHOUL cannot afford to anger, such as the Nethar of Paras'kezrai).