Turath

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Turath
Turath (tur-ath)

Despite being born with all black or bluish-black fur, the Turath as they age can become  the most colourful Sentient Species in the Known Universe. Like their ‘parent’ deity Taruthe, the Turath are able to learn some of the specialized skills of the other Sentient Species.

Biology


Average Height 1.9 meters
6′ 3″
Average Weight 95 kg.
210 lbs.
Distinctions Patches of Other Colours
Mane
Thin Long Tail
Skin Colour Black
Bluish-Black
Eye Colour Blue
Can Vary
Hair Colour Varies

Just under 2 meters, the Turath are fairly tall among Omneuttians. One of two species that have tails, the Turath’s tails are longer and thinner than the Sha’an‘s tails. They also have a very distinctive mane, which thickens with age until it begins to thin out during older age. Turath also have the ability to learn other Sentient Species’ skills, which are reflected in the markings all over their bodies. The first skill they learn in depth adorns them with markings on and around their heads, followed by their chests and arms and ultimately their tail and legs. Highly advanced Turath can split these markings into other specializations, after several years of study.

Culture


Main Article: Turath Culture

Homeworld The Hilt
Average Lifespan 70 years
Notable Members N/A

Turath culture is very vibrant and robust, perhaps the most overall advanced culture in the Known Universe. Their buildings are made with both form and function in mind, and the most advanced cities have tall skyscrapers that have a sophisticated, futuristic appearance, rather than the blocky tall skyscrapers the Poria build. They are very welcoming to other Sentient Species, and welcoming of the other Turath communities. Because of their ability to learn other Sentient Species’ traits, they stress education on their young. Every Turath goes through a mandatory education that is balanced between the teachings of the other Sentient Species, and can continue on voluntarily with any teachings they choose.

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