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  • Tunroth
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  • They have an intense passion for the hunt, and were an aggressive, self-confident race. These characteristics were questioned when the Tunroth were decimated by the Reslian Plague, but the resulting sense of unity and purpose in rebuilding their society had made them stronger. The plague was brought to their system by a group of Lortan fanatics who swept through the Jiroch and several other systems, leaving death in their wake. The Empire tried to destroy the Lortans and remove their scourge from the galaxy, and succeeded in the Jiroch System. Thus, the Tunroth people have some minimal praise for the Empire, even knowing that the Empire was not there to save the Tunroth themselves. They have agrarian technology, but have taken quickly to high-tech weaponry in their struggles against Imperi
  • The Tunroth were bipedal sentients indigenous to the Jiroch system of the Mid Rim. Towering and physically strong, Tunroth had distinctive elongated heads, a vertical nostril at the top of the skull, and three-digit hands and feet. Widely spaced eyes and sharp horns that lined the chin constituted other distinct physical features. The species was renowned throughout the galaxy for their hunting and tracking skills. They had an innate ability to track a quarry, and over time, an elite association known as the Tunroth Hunters came into demand for employment as bounty hunters and big-game hunters. The fact that the Tunroth maintained their use of sacred hunting weapons such as the klirun bow and the kilter staff even after galactic-standard blasters became available to them attested to the re
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Name
  • Tunroth
skincolor
  • Brown, orange, yellow
Designation
Language
Members
  • *Xarcce Huwla *Shotarr Kass *Rathe Palror *Kiran Tatch *Tonas Vueral
Planet
  • *Jiroch-Reslia *Kalok *Saloch
Height
  • 1.7
Eyecolor
  • Black
Lifespan
  • 2.524608E9
Class
Distinctions
  • Sloping head
HairColor
  • None
Diet
  • Hunted game
abstract
  • The Tunroth were bipedal sentients indigenous to the Jiroch system of the Mid Rim. Towering and physically strong, Tunroth had distinctive elongated heads, a vertical nostril at the top of the skull, and three-digit hands and feet. Widely spaced eyes and sharp horns that lined the chin constituted other distinct physical features. The species was renowned throughout the galaxy for their hunting and tracking skills. They had an innate ability to track a quarry, and over time, an elite association known as the Tunroth Hunters came into demand for employment as bounty hunters and big-game hunters. The fact that the Tunroth maintained their use of sacred hunting weapons such as the klirun bow and the kilter staff even after galactic-standard blasters became available to them attested to the religious importance the Tunroth placed on hunter traditions. Each Tunroth community was ruled by the greatest hunter present. Aggressive and hard-working, Tunroth had a tendency to intimidate members of other species. The Tunroth were members of the Galactic Republic for thousands of years. After first contact with outsiders, the species spread to other habitable planets in their system. In 7 BBY, during the reign of the Galactic Empire, Lortan fanatics virtually wiped them out in an onslaught known as the Reslian Purge. The Empire intervened to save the Tunroth from total annihilation, and the Tunroth came to greatly respect the galactic government. The species slowly recovered, as expatriate Tunroth returned home to help rebuild their civilization. The system joined the Empire, although some members resisted the Emperor's anti-alien policies as members of the Rebel Alliance. After the transition from Galactic Empire to New Republic, the Tunroth remained wary of the new government but eventually joined it.
  • They have an intense passion for the hunt, and were an aggressive, self-confident race. These characteristics were questioned when the Tunroth were decimated by the Reslian Plague, but the resulting sense of unity and purpose in rebuilding their society had made them stronger. The plague was brought to their system by a group of Lortan fanatics who swept through the Jiroch and several other systems, leaving death in their wake. The Empire tried to destroy the Lortans and remove their scourge from the galaxy, and succeeded in the Jiroch System. Thus, the Tunroth people have some minimal praise for the Empire, even knowing that the Empire was not there to save the Tunroth themselves. They have agrarian technology, but have taken quickly to high-tech weaponry in their struggles against Imperial domination of their system.
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