For articles or other information about individual Sentient Species, or the seven/eight species as a whole, see the tag: Sentient Species.
|The Eight god-like beings that shape(d) the universe. They normally take on lanky figures with large heads, but can also change forms depending on mood. The seven Sentient Species were created in the image of the Incarnate forms of the children of Aster.||Large, four-armed beasts. They are the towering giants of Omneutta who live in desert-like regions, finding homes in rock formations that bend towards the light of Astran.|
|Short, skeleton like creatures whose heads are disproportionately large. Their bodies do not need to take in air and can travel through space or water without any additional equipment.||Thin and lanky, Kettlah are often seen as emotionless. They have no facial features except for eyes and their hands can contort around and into any shape, making their body language hard to read.|
|Poria are beings whose body is essentially sentient lava. Their skin is hardened patches of lava around their body that float with the flow. They are very intelligent and refined, though not to the extent of snobbery. Almost all of their culture is metal that has been forged for heat resistance. As Poria are beings of heat, they can live closer to star-cores on planet-stars and even some star-planets where continents are further out.||Quarryn are greenish-brown creatures whose rough skin sometimes resembles tree bark. They are highly dependent on a natural environment and rarely leave their home planet-stars. Some Quarryn are so in tune with their environment that they can coax the flora and terra to bend to their will. This process is how they make their homes on the insides of large trees.|
|Sha’an are notorious for playing tricks upon anyone unlucky and unsuspecting, and are generally very ritualistic. They possess some innate magik, though it takes time to develop. Through this magik, some are able to shape-shift into even other Sentient Species.||Turath possess the ability to learn traits that are normally exclusive to other Sentient Species, such as the Quarryn’s coxing of nature. This is believed to be a gift from Aster for their well tempered behavior. Much of the civil service across Omneutta is comprised of Turath.|