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Canon Yes
Classification Omnivore
Extinct Extant
Homeworld Morian Khama (Dagudashaag 1905)
Language TBD
Multi-world No
Psi Potential Standard
Reference Signal-GK 10 57.
Size 2.25 m
Status Human Chimera
Weight 90.0 kg

The Neiikhi are a technologically sophisticated sophont species.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

The Neiikhi are a Human chimera native to Morian Khama (Dagudashaag 1905). Their home is a large space station called Web in solar orbit around the system primary. The name Neiikhi is derived from the name of a type of spider native to Morian.

Physiology & Environment[edit]

Their home, a largely exposed space station in orbit around their primary leaves them vulnerable to over-exposure to radiation. As a result, their skin tone has become a deep blue-black color, now a point of pride among the Neiikhi. The constant exposure to high levels of radiation forces many to constantly take anti-carcinoma medications.

The Web was constructed largely without artificial gravity, so the Neiikhi are adapted to zero-g. They have developed elongated bodies, reaching heights of 2.25 m. They are physically weaker with more delicate skeletons.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

No information yet available.

Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)[edit]

This race (sophont species) is primarily located in the following areas:
Charted Space:

Homeworld: 1105[edit]

The homeworld of this race (sophontic species) is:

World Listing: 1105[edit]

Significant communities of this race (sophont species) are known to exist within the following systems and worlds:

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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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