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 first permanent colony on the planet Takri. Takrino is located on one of the lower mesas in the Takrino region, known for its resiliency despite the lack of farmable land and freshwater and the inhospitable terrain.
A forested region of hot, dry summers and cold, moist winters. Mataga is home to the Matari people, an ethnic group of brown-furred Drakari known for their mechanical prowess.
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 more recent entry to a series of Drakari cookery guides that focus on a specific ingredient or aspect of the species cuisine. This one is focused on the more controversial Nika Tikuma flower spice.
A recently popular trading card game among Drakari youth. Kari-Ta Matilo was inspired by a popular, similar game observed among Terrans.
The first colonised region of the planet Takri and an unexpectedly inhospitable place.
A large Drakari city located in the Matago region. Matagano is the home of the ancient Matari Clan, known for its industrialization and military strength, and is home of one of Iraka's wonders: A grand pyramid.
A fragrant flower native to the Chataki region of Iraka. Nika tikuma is heavily tied to ancient Chatari religious traditions, especially in use as an incense, but has become a point of contention as foreigners discovered it makes a tasty spice.