Kettlah Races



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.


Race_KeyniKeyni (kA-nE)
Average Height 1.98 meters
6′ 6″
Average Weight 100 kg.
220 lbs.
Distinctions Golden Skin
White Eyes

Keyni are the most common Kettlah, currently. Their rich, gold skin and white eyes are distinctive and have come signify all Kettlah to Omneutta. Keyni are not predisposed to future-sight, nor interaction with the deceased, and are usually only able to learn one or the other.


Race_MaoniMaoni (mA-O-nE)
Average Height 2.08 meters
6′ 10″
Average Weight 107 kg.
235 lbs.
Distinctions Light Gold Skin
Thin Tendrils

The Maoni are considered to be the newest race of Kettlah, being naturally predisposed to learning both future-sight and communication with the deceased. They are taller than all three other races of Kettlah, on average. Their tendrils are much thinner than other Kettlah, and their skin is faded, a duller gold.


Race_RoaniRoani (rO-ah-nE)
Average Height 1.9 meters
6′ 3″
Average Weight 98 kg.
215 lbs.
Distinctions Dark Gold Skin
Short Tendrils
Thicker Tendrils

The Raoni are theorized to be the first race of Kettlah, born with a natural predisposition to learning how to commune with Omneuttians who have passed. They age more quickly, or have shorter life-spans due to their generationally frequent encounters with death. Their skin is a much darker gold, close to brown. Roani are shorter than the average Kettlah, and their tendrils are short and stocky.


Race_LueniLueni (loo-eh-nE)
Average Height 1.98 meters
6′ 6″
Average Weight 102 kg.
225 lbs.
Distinctions White-Gold Skin
Long Tendrils
Thicker Tendrils

The Lueni are the rarest of the races of Kettlah. They are naturally born with or have a much easier time picking up the ability of light manipulation. They are also naturally athletically gifted, and can nearly fly whereas most Kettlah only glide through the air on their tendrils. Lueni luminesce  much more brightly than other Kettlah, and their glow grows stronger the longer they are in direct natural light.


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