Unee

Unee (ow-neh) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet1.94 m. | 6’ 4"1,451 kg. | 3,200 lbs.16(-20) yearsGrass, Roots Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Use(s)VariantsThe OutcroppingDocileKiindemBred for meatSuperficial Colours The name Unee roughly translates to “meat lizard”, which implies that Unee were seen as large sources of food before, or the name came after domestication. There remain some wild Unee scattered across Xiruen-Space, …

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Horzab

Horzab (koyr-zAb) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet80-130 cm. | 31-51 in.45-140 kg. | 99-309 lbs.9 yearsGrasses, Vegetation Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Use(s)VariantsThe BladeSkittishSha'anHunted for fur, meatSeasonal Fur Loss Horzab are dromedary hoofed creatures, whose name is unclear. The most notable feature are the humps, in which it stores water and cud. Both males and females have humps, as well as …

Taruciil

Taruciil (tAr-ooh-chEl) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet1.2-1.5 m. | 47-59 in.10-40 kg. | 22-88 lbs.30-40 yearsFish Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Use(s)VariantsThe BladePredatorySha'anHunted for Shells The most striking physical characteristic of the Taruciil is their shell, which they are somewhat named for. Indications from study of Jazt’a is that Taruciil comes from the words for “hard” and “lizard”, with hard likely …

Devtalnu

Devtalnu (dehv-talh-nuh) Biological Information LengthWeightLifespanDiet1.8 m. | 5’ 11"100 kg. | 220 lbs.15-20 yearsFish, Akkigavou Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Pale ShoresPredatoryNone The Aevot word for tooth is “devti”, and as stated in the Malta Akkoure article, the word for large or big is “malnu”. An easy portmanteau of these to words produces the name for this species, which …

Broiska

Broiska (broy-shks-A) Biological Information LengthWeightLifespanDiet1.82-2.17 m. | 72-85 in.30-57 kg. | 65-125 lbs.16 yearsInsects Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)VariantsThe BladeTerritorialNoneSeasonal Coats A direct translation from Jazt'a produces “giant tail”, which is fairly descriptive for one of the few mammals in Omneutta whose tail is nearly as long as their body. They are the largest animal in The Blade, …

Akkigavou

Akkigavou (ahks-I-gah-voo) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet51-90 cm. | 20-35 in.5 kg. | 11 lbs.12 yearsFish, Insects Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Pale ShoresSocialDevtalnu Akkigavou are diminutive birds whose appearance can be startling. They are flightless birds, which is reflected in their name, coming from “akkin” and “figi” meaning non and flight respectively. They have flipper-like wings that extend nearly the …

Urgai

Urgai (owr-gI) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet1.1 m. | 3’ 7"73 kg. | 161 lbs.16 yearsAisanee, Unee Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)VariantsThe OutcroppingPredatoryKiindem, XiruenSuperficial variations in spikes The word Urgai comes from their often employed tactic of burrowing into sand and exposing their spikes, which look like minerals found across Xiruen-Space, and springing out of the sand for a surprise …

Epbee

Epbee (aehp-beh) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet63-76 cm. | 25-30 in.56-96 kg. | 123-212 lbs.10 yearsVegetation, Insects, Birds Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)The OutcroppingSkittishAisanee, Eeniimar From Barzacc, Epbee easily translates to “finned lizard”. This is its most apparent physical characteristic, two longed fins that wind from its neck to hindquarters, and from there to nearly the length of its tail. …

Aisanee

Aisanee (I-shuh-neh) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet1.8 m. | 70 in.118 kg. | 260 lbs.8 yearsCarnivorous Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)VariantsThe OutcroppingAggressiveXiruen, Kiindem, UrgaiSome superficial colour Aisanee are biped lizards, roughly at the height between a full-grown Xiruen’s shoulders. The name comes from the Barzacc word for foe, "Aisa”. While they are bipeds, their legs function much like the hind …

Bapuva

Bapuva (bah-puh-vah) Biological Information SizeWeightLifespanDiet70-100 cm. | 28-39 in.50-170 kg. | 110-375 lbs.20 yearsCarnivorous Other LocationTemperamentPredator(s)Pale ShoresPredatoryNone The origins of the name “Bapuva” have been lost over time, as no aspect of the name is a currently recognized word in Aevot, at least, not one that make sense given the characteristics of a Bapuva. The …