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Since they have quite a resilience and a very high resistance against the Taint, the Crab maintains a secret “Butagen Army” and deploys it from time to time against minor Shadowlands incursions. A pack of them can easily defeat a whole company of samurai, but it is a rare disaster to have them show up in Rokugan in such numbers. Register a new account.
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As such, they acquired a very specific mutation: It is also kinda like what it says. The lamia were naga who woke up early and decided to infiltrate human society rather than keep their distance from it.
What makes them unique is that they grow from normal trees, resembling oversized versions of the tree’s normal product until they “hatch” – the newborn nariphon will be then viciously protective towards its “mother tree” until a certain time comes and it wanders away, ultimately disappearing from sight. Their tribes can show up on most rokugani plains but they are not native to these lands but wander into Rokugan from the distant Great Void.
Sign In Sign Up. Their presence is tolerated in the Empire because they don’t cause much trouble, but some Lion lords have developed an affinity for hunting them for sport.
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They are uncivilized but not actively hostile, tho if their hunting-gathering lifestyle is disturbed lack of food or competition then they will become violent. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
A guawa looks like a massive lizard, bigger than a warhorse, with an extremely muscular human upper body in place of the lizard’s head and two tusks pointing forward from the back of its head. They can be found in the Crane, Phoenix, and Scorpion Lands, and they are often recruited by entertainers to perform incredible feats of acrobatics and dexterity in public.
They are creaatures civilized and somewhat hard to tell apart from very-very ugly humans.
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The enjin are essentially monkeys with an intellect of an adolescent human. What is on the can. Big difference is that they are a lot more intelligent and are immune to the Taint.
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. The mogwai are essentially small, furry goblins. The guawa are fortunately rare sight in Rokugan as they are living in the northernmost parts of the Burning Sands. Sign up for a new account in our community. The butagen are pig-like humanoids living mostly in the Crab Lands and around the southern Crane Lands.
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The sedu is a race of centauroids, possessing a lithe body and four-jointed legs that allow them to reach incredible speeds. Sign in Already have an account? Members of the race are physically extremely powerful, cruel, savage, and arrogant.
However this mutation and their extended cut-off from the naga race brought about a great cost: Contrary to their impressive physical traits, the sedu are not very bright and can be easily manipulated into unreasonable actions. The hanajin are shapeshifters, but unlike others of their kind, they can perfectly mimic not only living beings but inanimate objects too.
Many rokugani scholars have tried to pin down this elusive race Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. They are loud and hyperactive but utterly terrified of conflict – an enjin will run rather than fight if provoked.
In their natural form, the hanajin look like strange, multi-limbed humanoids with an assortment of tentacle-like appendages sprouting from their heads; their body is transparent and glows with a soft blue light, but they can change their color and suppress the light to meld into their environment like chameleons.