The traditional rites of passing for the Drakari people, including the day-long mourning, Passing Speech, Burning Ritual, and the Feast of Passing.
A large statue depicting the dead goddess Nika-Ta. The statue is located along the shore lines of Chatakino, and is a common site of religious gatherings and offerings.
A grandiose holy temple dedicated to the dead goddess Nika-Ta. The Temple is located in the center of the holy city Nikano, in the Chataki region.
The Drakari Union's 'God-King Festival', celebrating the death and rebirth of the Drakari-Ta.
A Drakari woman of Chatari descent. Tala Draeis was a loyalist peacekeeper during the Drakari Civil War charged with protecting the Drakari-Ta. Now, Tala is a lone drifter in Varkesh space, serving as a bodyguard for hire.
An alien race that resembles some form of a furred humanoid bipedal lizard.
A star system in Varkesh space that contains the Drakari homeworld Iraka, as well as the Drakari colonized planet Takri. The Drakari System was the site of a recent and bloody civil war that reformed the Drakari Union.
A recently popular trading card game among Drakari youth. Kari-Ta Matilo was inspired by a popular, similar game observed among Terrans.
A civil war in the Drakari System, between the loyalist followers of the Drakari-Ta and the rebellion group known as the Takri Separatists. The war ended with the death of the Drakari-Ta and the orbital bombardment of loyalist cities.
The brown furred, black haired, red-horned people of the Kitado region. The Kitadori are known for their ancient war-mongering culture, and stronger than the norm beliefs in spiritualism.
A planet in the Drakari System, and the homeworld of the Drakari race.
The ruler, founder, and deity of the Drakari Union
A portrait of Tala Draeis.
Isuro Krieus is declared Drakari-Ta of the Drakari Union