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  • Sathar

    h4. Homeworld Unknown h4. Physical Appearance and Structure Sathar are long, worm-like creatures. Their bodies are divided into segments, like an earthworm's. They do not have a skeleton. Instead, they support their bodies hydrostatically, by …

  • Ifshnit

    h4. Homeworld Ifshna, in the Capella system. h4. Physical Appearance and Structure Ifshnits are short, hairy humanoids. They are bipedal, symmetrical mammals that look like tiny Humans in hair coats. All Ifshnits have bald pates, moustaches, and …

  • Dralasite

    h4. Homeworld Although their original homeworld is lost to memory, they are a majority only in the Fromeltar system, making that the figurative center of Dralasite influence. h4. Physical Appearance and Structure Dralasites are short, rubbery …

  • Vrusk

    h4. Homeworld The "-Kar Systems": Kizk'-Kar, K'aken-Kar and K'tsa Kar. h4. Physical Appearance and Structure Vrusk look like large insects. Eight legs grow from their abdomen, four on each side. Their torso is upright in front of the abdomen. The …

  • Human

    h4. Homeworld Humans in the Frontier Sector developed on a planet "near the center of the great spiral galaxy. In the Frontier, the two oldest surviving human colonies are in the Theseus and White Light systems. h4. Physical Appearance and …

  • Yazirian

    h4. Homeworld Unknown. Ancient legends refer to their race as the Hadozee. Historians theorize that this is the original name of the race and that "yazirian" is a place-of-origin name; "from Yaziria" or "from Yazir". Whatever the truth of this, it is …

  • Humma

    [[File:504729 | class=media-item-align-center | Humma.gif]] The body of a Humma is pear-shaped with a short, blunt head, no visible neck, narrow shoulders, unusually short arms, a stocky trunk, and wide hips with powerful legs. The face has a muzzle, …

  • Osakar

    [[File:504734 | class=media-item-align-center | Osakar.gif]] Osakar are very tall, long-limbed creatures. Four legs grow symmetrically from the lower portion of their barrel-shaped bodies and constitute 65% of their height. Each leg has two opposing …

  • Ul Mor

    Ul Mor resemble octopi adapted to life on land. Like octopi, Ul-Mor have eight large limbs. Each limb ends in five small tentacles useful for grasping and manipulation. They walk on the four largest limbs, using the other four to hold weapons and tools. …

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