The Vjor-Muin looming, powerful species of sentient life on Rhamas with a unique and isolated culture and language. They hold strong religious beliefs and cultural values.
Like the Thyruun, Vjor-Muin have strong, angular features, though these are more readily seen in their skeletal structure rather than their ears and nose. Their bones can come to such extreme points that they sometimes appear to have horns.
Ecology and Habitats
The Vjor-Muin have adapted to live in the cold and isolated Northern Island of Havek, where they make their home among the dense forests and rocky hills.
Geographic Origin and Distribution
Vjor-Muin are almost exclusively found on Havek and along the northernmost coast of the Great Continent.
Civilization and Culture
Major Language Groups and Dialects
Vjor-Muin speak the sacred tongue, Havek Leung. This language is only permitted to ne uttered on the sacred lands on Havek, and it is said that it should never be heard by the ears of outsiders. Vjor-Muin who wish to leave Havek must learn Miziki, Sedunic, or another common language before they leave so that their holy sounds are not defiled by lesser peoples.
No outsider is ever permitted to set foot onto Havek. Any species that attempts to do so is liable to be hunted down and killed by the natives, as are any Vjor-Muin who allow a foreigner on their holy soil.
Vjor-Muin tradition tells that the original Vjor-Muin were guided by their revered Nhefeth to the lands of Havek in a time long ago.
Interspecies Relations and Assumptions
Since outside species are not permitted on Havek, the only sentient species with which they have a symbiotic relationship is the Whigu-Mox, a diminutive native of Havek. Due to the hostile nature of Havek, the Whigu-Mox readily accept the protection of the far larger, stronger, Vjor-Muin in exchange for varying levels of domestic servitude.
- 200-350 years
- Average Height
- 2-3 meters
- Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
- Vjor-Muin have very light colored skin.
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