Hostile aliens - alien culture and warfare
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Amphiptere

Amphipteres are the most recent addition to the Nasanii arsenal, used by only a small number of combatants they were introduced after years of domestic modification and training. By nature, Amphipteres are extremely hostile and for that very reason, they were domesticated and trained for interspecies combat and warfare. Amphipteres venom are also extremely toxic […]

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Plant like symbiotic alien
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Poly-Folli

The Poly-Folli is a simple ‘plant-like’ creature most notable for its five microwave-sensitive antennae that reflect and amplify electromagnetic signals between one another. It’s a trait that automatically warns others of danger from long distances. Their main form of sensory faculty is their acute ability to perceive vibration. Poly-Folli are trained to insert 2 of […]

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Bag bug alien
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Gulab

Gulabs, or directly translated from the local tongue ‘shiny life’, are the personal ‘supply pack’ for all Nasnas combatants and hunters. Gulabs have a number of features that make them useful, even vital to have on long journeys and wartime. Gulabs secrete an anti-septic ‘healing balm’ that, when exposed to an open wound, both disinfects […]

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Glotti

The Glotti are agile arboreal hunters that prey upon smaller creatures by either grabbing them with their four quick legs or trapping them in their strong mandibles. Unlike other creatures used by the Nasnas, Glotti were not sought out. Instead, they developed their domesticated traits after being ‘tolerated’ by the hunters and the like, perching […]

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Sapient aliens. Speculative evolution
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Nasanii

The Nasnas are a unique sapient race with a weird series of adaptations, even compared to where they come from. They evolved from a group of primitive quadrupedal omnivores that still had partially finned arms and legs. These animals were fairly unspecialized but were beginning to use their intelligence and form ‘camps’ to hunt and […]

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