I'm going to be running a FAE mini-campaign in the near future. My planned setting has mythological "creatures" in the modern world that are all essentially human in appearance, and merely have some special capabilities thematically similar to the mythological creature whose name they share.
For example, "centaurs" would be ordinary in appearance, but a centaur office drone who sits in a chair all day and never exercises can run as well as the track star at the local high school, and a centaur who actually jogs regularly for exercise could probably make it to the Olympics. A "gnome" might be a bit shorter than average, and can modify an iPhone so that it can connect to its owner's home WiFi from anywhere in the world. A "werewolf" is stronger & faster than an average human, and heals more quickly; they also tend to have a bit more body hair than average, but that's about it for appearance differences.
How should these "races" be represented on a FAE character? Should they be included in high concepts? Do they need to be a separate aspect all their own?