Kettlah (keht-lah)

Kettlah are fairly tall and most easily identifiable by the tendril appendages that can sometimes form wing-esque shapes from the backs of their arms. They also faintly glow, which is easiest to see in a dimly lit or dark area. They can also commune with departed souls, though the skill does take time and training to control.


Average Height 1.98 meters
6′ 6″
Average Weight 100 kg.
220 lbs.
Distinctions Eight tendril appendages
Shape-shifting hands
Slight glow
Skin Colour Golden
Dark Gold
Eye Colour White
Races Keyni

Coming in on average at just under 2 meters, the Kettlah are fairly tall, but not as tall as Xiruen. The most distinguishing feature of a Ketllah is their tendrils that form on the back of their arms. These tendrils are used to help Kettlah glide down from larger heights, so that they glide smoothly down. They cannot be used for actual flight. Their next distinguishing feature is their ability to contort, conform and morph their hands into and around any number of shapes.

Their golden glow is also a distinguishing factor. Their skin tone can vary, with the ‘normal’ gold being the most frequent. Lighter gold Kettlah are born with the ability to also see forward in time, though it takes much work to refine the practice. These differences are indicative of what race a Kettlah is.


Main Article: Kettlah Culture

Plural Kets
Language Logophem
Homeworld Vale Reef
Average Lifespan 150 years
Notable Members Koroh Vadem

The culture of Kettlah is very mysterious, due to their withdrawn nature. They dwell in structures on top of cliffs that peek through the mist that largely envelops their planets. They do posses the technological aptitude to leave the planet. Their buildings and ships are sleek and curved, creating a very alien and futuristic look.


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