|Homeworld location||Fae Kodh (Gvurrdon 2536)|
|Reference||Gvurrdon Sector Campaignbook 34-35.|
Physiology: This race stems from a world which is quite chilly, which explains their heavy build due to insulating fat; descendants from omnivore/gatherers which evolved on the great steppes of this planet. They mass about 95 kg, the females a bit less. Their legs are short with broad feet, which prevent them from sinking too deep into the snow. Their early forefathers had quite a lot of body hair, which disappeared when the Bzruellokh started using clothing to protect them further from the chill. Their arms are long, reaching down to the knees when they stand upright, and powerful. Their skin resembles that of a human, but is rougher and thicker. The skin color ranges from white to yellowish. Their arms and head are covered with thick white hair. The face holds two small eyes which are set deep into the skull. The ears resemble that of a rabbit, but are a bit broader.
History & Background (Dossier)
Society & Culture: From what is usual among other races, Bzruellokh does have a peculiar rhythm. Their pre-sentient ancestors hibernated during the winter, gathering food in the summer. Thus they almost never sleep half of their local year. In a modern society this is quite difficult, but this hibernating is still being done. But the cycles are more controlled, so that their society still works, even in the winter. Their starships have special hibernation modules, for crew or owners that are due to their hibernation cycle. The fact is that the Bzruellokh gets sick if it can’t hibernate over certain period. Drugs can prolong the wake time between hibernation, but are used sparingly.
Worlds & Sectors (Astrography)
This race (sophont species) is primarily located in the following areas:
The homeworld of this race is:
World Listing: 1105
References & Contributors (Sources)
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- Roger Malmstein. "Aliens in Gvurrdon Sector." Kfan Uzangou 5 (1993): 6.
- Roger Malmstein. Gvurrdon Sector Campaignbook (Roger Malmstein, 2002), 34-35.
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