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(Homo Sapiens Giganti)
The Alaerin are a race of modified near-humans native to the Orion-Cygnus arm of the Milky Way Galaxy. They can trace their genetic origins to their homeworld of Alarie, and also to other varieties of Homo Sapiens. Their most distinguishing feature is their great, (and arguably physically impossible,) size.
Alaerin are a near-human species, the average individual standing roughly ten to twelve meters tall. They possess maroon-colored blood and skin pigmentation in shades of blue, giving them skin tones ranging from light to dark in both blues and purples. An average female of 12m height may weigh around 12,500kg, while the average 10m male may weigh 10,500kg, give or take considerably.
All Alaerin have long, tapered ears extending backwards, though in some ethnicities they may also grow outward at varying angles from the head. Alaerin’s ears can move slightly, though this is a vestigial ability that amounts
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Primary Faction: None
Coalition Member Status: Tentative
Home World: Aru
Planet Status: Coalition Protectorate
- Overview -
The Goshin are a mammalian, somewhat Humanoid specie that were encountered by the Coalition a while after they encountered the Unification species. While a generally friendly, sociable people, they lag heavily behind other species known to the Coalition in technology, knowledge of space, and what lies within it.
- Anatomy -
Goshin are for the most part bipedal creatures standing roughly ten feet in height, although it is not uncommon for them to use all four of their limbs to attain high speeds while running. A Human looking at one might find it similar to an anthropomorphic wolf, although the head is more akin to a bear in shape. Their ears are large and triangular shaped, sitting near the top of their head, and their tails are fairly long and bushy. They are covered in fur of a solid color, generally shades of brown, tan, gray, or white, generally dependi