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Uskamsii (Anglic: Uskamsii)
A player uses a club to drive a small ball towards a distant target in a minimal number of shots. Vilani view the course itself as the opponent, and prefer to stick to the same course for every game. Construction of the course is expensive and access to one is restricted to the damgarii (Anglic: damgarii) and enshii (Anglic: enshii) classes.
Duriir (Anglic: Duriir)
The field is two wedges pointing at each other. Each wedge is divided into five zones with a player in each zone. The object is to make the ball fall in the opposing team's wedge. The further in the ball falls, the more points are scored. Only the player in the wedge's point zone is allowed to hit the ball into the other side. The other players defend against the lobs of the opposing point man and work the ball forward to their point man.
Damgarii (Anglic: Damgarii)
Damgarii fill the positions of junior and mid-level officers in the military, run the day-to-day operations of the shangarim, and virtually all scientists are damgarii.
Enshii (Anglic: Enshii)
The original enshii class derives from the aristocratic rulers of Vland's earliest agricultural towns.
Ii (Anglic: Ii)
In Vilani society there are few career changes. However there is no requirement for any citizen to have the same career as her parents.
Engarii (Anglic: Engarii)
Aki (Anglic: Aki)
Daaluusinnagi (Anglic: Daaluusinnagi)
Danuuz (Anglic: Danuuz)
Igliim (Anglic: Igliim)
Maashdikhe (Anglic: Maashdikhe)
Arkhash (Anglic: Arkhash)
Lanamada (Anglic: Lanamada)
Danakguraka (Anglic: Danakguraka)
khaalab-mada (Anglic: khaalab-mada)
Gilan (Anglic: Gilan)
Gashukubi (Anglic: Gashukubi)
Shugilii (Anglic: Shugilii)
Beginning in prehistoric times, the shugilii caste developed (and hoarded) safe methods for food preparation. With advanced technology and interstellar trade the need for these secret techniques declined, but the shugilii retained a role as guardians of tradition, the closest thing Vilani society has to a priestly caste.
Kimashargur (Anglic: Kimashargur)
Khagarii (Anglic: Khagarii)
Kiduunuuzi (Anglic: Kiduunuuzi)
Kushamii (Anglic: Kushamii)
Kushuggi (Anglic: Kushuggi)
Lukurranii (Anglic: Lukurranii)
Vilani think they threaten the order, stability, and harmony of Vilany society simply by existing. When they are capable of operating starships, the threat will be much bigger 'cause they can spread their chaos into the Vilani civilization.
Shangarim (Anglic: Shangarim)
Saarpuhii (Anglic: Saarpuhii)
Sarriiu (Anglic: Sarriiu)
Shakkanakhu (Anglic: Shakkanakhu)
Iishakku (Anglic: Iishakku)
Ishimkarun (Anglic: Ishimkarun)
"Shadow Emperor" of the Ziru Sirka ("Empire of Stars"). He manages the Shangarim (Anglic: Shangarim) (castes), Gisadia Ziru Sirka (Imperial Army), and Aasha Ziru Sirka (Imperial Navy), and deals with all incidents in the Imperium through the Igsiirdi ("Central Ruling Council"). In the Ziru Sirka, he is the sole source of law.
The Ishimkarun can only interact with the Igsiirdi (Anglic: Igsiirdi) 15 chosen members: 1 represents the Imperial Army, 1 represents the Imperial Navy, 3 each are appointed by the three Shangarim (Anglic: Shangarim), and 4 members are chosen directly by Ishimkarun. The five factions (Army, Navy, and the 3 Shangarim) in turn must only interact through Ishimkarun and may not deal directly with each other. New or replacement members of the Igsiirdi (Anglic: Igsiirdi) are elected by their faction, but a replacement Ishimkarun is elected by the Igsirrdi from amongst their numbers after the old Ishimkarun dies.
Karunii (Anglic: Karunii)
Some of articles in this wiki confuse this word with Enshii (Anglic: Enshii).
Duraag (Anglic: Duraag)
Aasha (Anglic: Aasha)
Amrimkhar (Anglic: Amrimkhar)
Anlagar (Anglic: Anlagar)
Dhue (Anglic: Dhue)
Fighters are small craft used in combat.
Disigshar (Anglic: Disigshar)
Duusirka (Anglic: Duusirka)
Eshimaar (Anglic: Eshimaar)
Gaashnarru (Anglic: Gaashnarru)
Gakinisharra (Anglic: Gakinisharra)
Gamirirem (Anglic: Gamirirem)
Gisadia (Anglic: Gisadia)
Ishkaaim (Anglic: Ishkaaim)
Kash (Anglic: Kash)
Khapsish (Anglic: Khapsish)
Kiikag (Anglic: Kiikag)
Kuearda (Anglic: Kuearda)
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