PropertyValue
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  • Permitted
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  • Permitted stand approximately 7.5 feet tall, with their legs and stiffened elongated toes taking up about half of their total body height—the rest of the body consists of a muscular upper torso that slims drastically into a very thin midsection.
  • The Permitted stand approximately 7.5 feet tall, with their legs and stiffened elongated toes taking up about half of their total body height - the rest of the body consists of a muscular upper torso that slims drastically into a very thin midsection.
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sapience
  • Sapient
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Status
  • Extant
Caption
  • A nude Permitted, showing physiology
Height
  • 7.5
plural
  • Permitted
Social
  • Yes
Universe
  • Kyklos Mythos
Diet
  • Liquivore
subspecies
Location
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  • Permitted stand approximately 7.5 feet tall, with their legs and stiffened elongated toes taking up about half of their total body height—the rest of the body consists of a muscular upper torso that slims drastically into a very thin midsection. They are tridactyl—they possess three toes on each foot and three fingers on each hand. Each finger possesses four joints, with two of the fingers having evolved into makeshift opposable thumbs, which close against the palms. Their legs are digitigrade, meaning they walk on their toes, giving them a sort of graceful yet stalking stride when moving, but allowing for quick movements when required. Their heads are elongated and mostly featureless. Upon this head are two eyes—large, glinting oval organs which reflect a large amount of light, even in a dim location (it is said that their eyes "glint like a thousand midnights", even in the darkness). These eyes are always a single, solid color, but can be either jet black or very dark blue. Several small horn-like projections extend from the skull, allowing direct atmospheric intake into their cerebral ganglion—their answer to the brain. Other extensions grow out of the elbows and ankles, while the pelvis bones themselves also protrude significantly. It is believed that these extensions serve as anchors for powerful musculatures, although direct scientific knowledge of their species is mostly anecdotal, due to their refusal to associate with other sapient species. Their skin appears smooth and has a pale bluish-white hue to it. Two small holes exist on the sides of the head, just beneath the midline ridge, and are most likely the ear canals. The midline ridge starts just a few inches behind the eyes and runs to the very tip of the skull. They completely lack a mouth, feeding instead through a permeable membrane in the mouth's typical location, "sweating" out digestive juices to break down organic material, and then reabsorb it in liquid form.
  • The Permitted stand approximately 7.5 feet tall, with their legs and stiffened elongated toes taking up about half of their total body height - the rest of the body consists of a muscular upper torso that slims drastically into a very thin midsection. They are tridactyl - they possess three toes on each foot and three fingers on each hand. Each finger possesses four joints, with two of the fingers having evolved into makeshift opposable thumbs, which close against the palms. Their legs are digitigrade, meaning they walk on their toes, giving them a sort of graceful yet stalking stride when moving, but allowing for quick movements when required. Their heads are elongated and mostly featureless. Upon this head are two eyes - large, glinting oval organs, which reflect a large amount of light, even in a dim location (it is said that their eyes "glint like a thousand midnights", even in the darkness). These eyes are always a single, solid color, but can be either jet black or very dark blue. Several small horn-like projections extend from the skull, although their purpose is of breathing, while doubling by allowing oxygen saturation directly into the brain for both active lifestyle and quick brain calculations. Other extensions grow out of the elbows and ankles, while the pelvis bones themselves also protrude significantly. It is believed that these are used to attach strong muscles to. Their skin appears smooth, and has a pale bluish-white hue to it. Two small holes exist on the sides of the head, just beneath the midline ridge, serving as the ear canals. The midline ridge starts just a few inches behind the eyes and runs to the very tip of the skull. They do not possess a mouth of any kind, utilizing a permeable membrane where the mouth would exist to feed similarly to a fly - small amounts of digestive fluid "sweats" out of this location, and quickly melts flesh away to be absorbed back through the membrane like how water can be absorbed through simple touch.