Poria Races

Poria are molten creatures whose organs, skin, and internal structure are all the same homogenous body. Unlike other Sentient Species, their difference in race is primarily due to minerals contained in the lava consumed as sustenance by the parents. A Poria’s race is determined by the highest mineral content in the samples exchanged between adults, and the Poria will grow up best suited consuming this kind of lava. Typically, consuming lava leads to slight tints in a Poria’s overall colour, as well as hardened plates that are made while a body has a different mineral balance than its race results in mismatched plates. However, the normal colour of each race is reflected by the highest mineral content of the parents, as referenced earlier.

Ylargi


Ylargi (yuhl-ahr-gih)

Average HeightAverage WeightDistinctions
1.8 meters
5′ 10″
91 kg.
198 lbs.
Orange Molten Body, Basalt/Gray Rock Plates

Ylargi are the most well-recognized of the Poria races, due to the abundance of the mineral composition that produces this race. The plates don’t naturally form with only jagged edges or bulbous spots—they are generally more smooth than either lumpy or sharp. The plates resemble the mineral basalt, producing medium-gray rock plates.

Ylargi


Ylargi (yuhl-ahr-gih)

Average HeightAverage WeightDistinctions
1.8 meters
5′ 10″
91 kg.
198 lbs.
Orange Molten Body, Basalt/Gray Rock Plates

Ylargi are the most well-recognized of the Poria races, due to the abundance of the mineral composition that produces this race. The plates don’t naturally form with only jagged edges or bulbous spots—they are generally more smooth than either lumpy or sharp. The plates resemble the mineral basalt, producing medium-gray rock plates.

Ylargi


Ylargi (yuhl-ahr-gih)

Average HeightAverage WeightDistinctions
1.8 meters
5′ 10″
91 kg.
198 lbs.
Orange Molten Body, Basalt/Gray Rock Plates

Ylargi are the most well-recognized of the Poria races, due to the abundance of the mineral composition that produces this race. The plates don’t naturally form with only jagged edges or bulbous spots—they are generally more smooth than either lumpy or sharp. The plates resemble the mineral basalt, producing medium-gray rock plates.

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