Feldraks are a sentient quadrupedal species of reptilians, with six limbs. Feldraks are also a unit part of the Warriors of the Dark Gods faction.

Biology[edit | edit source]

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Feldraks are vast, scaled creatures, as large as houses, with six thick libs. They have been compared to centaurs, though appearing as if having undergone some magical transformation. The lower body is that of a reptilian, with four legs. A torso like that of a scaled giant grows from above the front legs, with heads like ogres. They have arms, supposedly evolved from wings, with great clawed hands. [1][2]

Seemingly, the feldraks never stop growing, with their elders being much larger.[2] The oldest specimens, the Feldrak Ancestors, are said to dwarf other feldraks. They also differ in other aspects, such as having more bestial and primal faces, with less expressivity. Some also exhibit bat-like wing remnants between their body and arms. [1]

Feldraks are also said to have the ability to swim. [2]

Psychology[edit | edit source]

Feldraks are sentient and intelligent enough to be communicated with. They can speak the same languages as humans, and are known to strike deals with them. [1][2]

Feldraks have a deep hatred of anything that flies. Supposedly hailing from their species having lost the ability to fly.[1][2]

History[edit | edit source]

Legends tell of how the feldrak species issued forth from places poisoned with magic long ago. Places such as the Shattered Sea and the Wasteland.[2] Others tell of a link dragons, which is also the source of their hatred against all things that can fly.[1]

Culture[edit | edit source]

In the shattered sea, there are islands were tribes of feldraks live.Their dwellings are the size of castles, half submerged in the ground, with roofs of tree trunks. [2]

Feldraks have also been reported to keep murals of bone, depicting themselves poised atop all kinds of winged creatures. [2]

See Also[edit | edit source]

Sources[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Ilarion Yanovich (942-962 A.S.) Letters to Archbishop Voytyek Bistricha, 7th letter (T9A:FB Warriors of the Dark Gods, v0204.2, p59-62 & 68-69)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Jacob Summer; Letters to Arnaud Fischer (T9A:FB Warriors of the Dark Gods, v0204.2, p65)
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