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mine is Slyconians

A member of the elite race of warriors from the Planet Gravadia in the system Molplixa. The species of Slyconians are elite warriors that have a long history of warfare within their government and neighboring ones untill the great civil war that lead to peace within their species but not peace with their enemies. Their system was discovered by the federation only years ago and sense then the Slyconians have been instrumental in Star Fleet as combat captains and elite tacticle assult team members. They were the turning point in the battle of Isis 32 when the borg had sent 4 tacticle cubes to conquer the system.. the only Star fleet , Fleet in the area was a Slyconian fleet and they responded with out any hisitation and fought the borg there with a never before seen furyosity, that even humbled the klingons. There it was also discovered that Slyconians are immune to any method of assimulation into the borg. Since that battle Slyconians have been on the front line fighting back the borg with a K : D ratio of 12 : 1. Slyconian Children from the young age of 8 are first accepted into training by fighting 3 klingons in hand to hand combat, although this isnt a fair fight because the klingons are only alowed to have their swords. Once they have killed the klingons they are accepted into combat training. This training constists of 18 of extensive, blood filled years. Slyconians are naturaly extreamly strong. A single Slyconian has the strength of 5 augments. A favorit game among the Slyconians is toss the borg. It is played with the head of a borg and 8 Slyconians. The game is basicly volley ball but with a borg head.
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# 2
03-14-2010, 01:09 PM
I have several species from a Space RPG from a while back. Some of my favorites are:

Metrok Otawak

Federation xenobiologists refer to the Metrok Otawak as the ultimate survivor species. They are incorrect. It is in fact two species that live in symbiosis; neither can live without the other. The first, the one most are familiar with, is the Metrok. The Metrok are an insectoid species with an extremely tough carapace, eight arm-legs, antennae, and six eyes. The Otawak are a symbiotic plant-like species that lives in the carapace of the Metrok. The Otawak produces a high quantity of oxygen and absorbs a similar amount of carbon dioxide that is emitted by the Metrok. The Metrok in turn expels carbon dioxide and absorbs the oxygen produced by the Otawak. It is this symbiosis that allows the Metrok Otawak to live in the harshest environment imaginable: space.

The Tevjerok system, the home of the Metrok Otawak, was invaded by a rogue planetoid about 50 million years ago that was captured in the star's gravitational pull. This event destroyed four planets in the system and threw the other three into very erratic orbits. On one of the destroyed planets there was a very rich biosphere rather similar to Earth. Existing at the bottom of the oceans on this was a species of symbiotic crab-like creatures. When the planet was destroyed, most life perished. However this species of hardy bottom dwellers proved more persistent then expected and thrived in the newly formed asteroid belt.

Over the course of evolution, the brains of this species evolved rapidly to better coordinate their movements in zero gravity. They soon started using tools, developed a surprisingly complex language and writing system, and in some pressurized gas pockets even began working metals. Using asteroids launched from their 'home belt' they spread across the system, colonizing all four asteroid belts and the remaining planets.

About twenty years ago they were inadvertently discovered by the USS Saxon while she was conducting a survey of the system and a curious group climbed onto the ship and boarded it. Despite considerable confusion and chaos on the Saxon, there were no fatalities and the situation was eventually resolved after some Metrok began writing messages. Since then, the Metrok Otawak have lived in a protectorate status with the Federation and recently applied for full membership.

The Metrok are about four feet tall, when fully erect, normally moving around on four legs with the other four as arms. They communicate through clicks and chirps normally, however working with Federation scientists have discovered implants that can mimic a human voice. In space they have developed a complex system of hand signals for distance communication and in close proximity use complex hand and feeler motions on the carapace of the other Metrok.

The Metrok can consume almost any form of carbon and also take in silicates and ferrous materials, especially when healing a carapace injury or growing. The 'food' actually goes to feed the Otawak, which is then consumed by the Metrok. Most Metrok will 'eat' a meal, then go into a low activity state similar to sleep while the food is absorbed by the Otawak.

The Metrok are hermaphrodites and reproduce by egg-seed. An egg contains both the developing Metrok and a seed for the Otawak. After hatching, the young Metrok consumes vast amounts of carbon, silicates, ferrous materials, and carbon, growing to full size within a year. They have a life expectancy of about 80 years without scientific intervention. Thanks to Federation assistance with carapace injuries and improvements in medical care, their life expectancy is well over 100 years.

The Metrok carapace makes them virtually immune to high and low pressure environments, radiation, projectile weapons, most hand used energy weapons, and almost anything short of a cutting torch. The crystalline structure of the carapace has been shown to even be resistant to phaser and disruptor weapons. They describe the sensation of phaser and disruptor fire to be somewhat ticklish.

Physically the Metrok's arms are weaker then those of a humanoid, but they carry up to ten times their body weight on their backs when moving on all eight legs.

The Metrok are rather passive creatures but are extremely curious. They are joining Starfleet in increasing numbers primarily as Engineers. Their multiple legs are well suited to fine manipulations and as they are unaffected by things like radiation and other hazards, they make excellent repair and construction crews.

The Metrok social structure is based around the clan, each clan controlling from one to as many as twenty asteroids, usually with a focus on a particular art or craft such as mining, metalworking, or medicine. Conflict is extremely rare between clans and is usually mediated by a third party clan uninvolved in the clan dispute.

The Metrok Otawak Council governs the Tevjerok system, assigns mediating clans, and conducts diplomacy with outsiders. Each clan has a representative on the Council, usually the eldest member of the clan but occasionally it is the most well known member. The Council is currently hoping to join the Federation as full members and also hopes to acquire Metrok Otawak colonization rights to several asteroid belts in nearby systems.

Unfortunately this species cannot be made in the character creator at this time.
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# 3
03-15-2010, 03:57 AM
My characters race is Gonorrhean.

Gonorrheans hail from the planet Gonorrheas Prime. Gonorrheans are not "born" as other species are. Each Gonorrhean is basically a clone of it's father, since Gonorrheans have no females. There is no limit to how often they can reproduce, and since they are able to leave membranes full of their DNA anywhere, Gonorrheans are practically immortal. Each new clone begins developing as soon as the original has died, no matter where in the universe it happens. The new version will develop with the full genetic memory of the previous, all the way up to the moment of his death.
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# 4
03-15-2010, 03:59 AM
Meow Ima Kitty
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# 5
03-15-2010, 04:02 AM
http://www.stogeek.com/wiki/Pelon_II

I'll eventually finish it, add in species specific info, and other such, I'm just too lazy :p
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# 6
03-15-2010, 04:04 AM
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My characters race is Gonorrhean.

Gonorrheans hail from the planet Gonorrheas Prime. Gonorrheans are not "born" as other species are. Each Gonorrhean is basically a clone of it's father, since Gonorrheans have no females. There is no limit to how often they can reproduce, and since they are able to leave membranes full of their DNA anywhere, Gonorrheans are practically immortal. Each new clone begins developing as soon as the original has died, no matter where in the universe it happens. The new version will develop with the full genetic memory of the previous, all the way up to the moment of his death.
I had a bad case of the Gonorrhean one time. My doctor prescribed some antibiotics for me.
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# 7 Rashentai
03-15-2010, 04:18 AM
http://www.stogeek.com/wiki/Rashentai

http://www.stogeek.com/wiki/Rashenta

Want one? Link in my sig with config for creating your own.
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# 8
03-15-2010, 05:33 AM
My character is a Time Lord.
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# 9
03-31-2010, 03:44 PM
http://img46.imageshack.us/img46/484/domasan.png

Domasans:
Originally from the planet Doman, the population known to the Federation are decendants of a Domasan version of Botany Bay. They were war criminals from the Great Civil War, sent in a sleeper ship to a known planet. As the ship landed, the 'crew' of the Domasan ship, named the Ika'Dor, began a new life. This was in 1996.
A social structure was put into place and anything from the Ika'Dor that survived re-entry was salvaged. The sub-light propolsion and many other systems that were required for space exploration were lost, presumeably to keep them from leaving their new home as long as possible.
Within the first century, 2076, of their exile on the planet the Criminals had already populated the two moons and most of the land mass of their new homeworld, which they had named Mara'Dor. By 2109, they had populated most of their solar system. In 2119, they had succesfully recreated the sub-light systems, and in a mere twenty years they had perfected it to Ligh Speed, but it was restricted in its use.It asn't until 2179 that they seriously started exploring Outer Space in manned vessals.
With their 'home' world populized along with most of their system, the Domasans started looking outward. In2208, they made contact with what, for them, was their first knowledge of Extra Terrestrial life with the Bajorans. Trading was quickly established between the two peoples. The Domasans were content with this for some time until 2319.
During he Occupation of Bajor, the trade routes were cut off. The Domasan ships sent to Bajor never returned. Soon, the Cardassians began exploiting the Domasans, treating them much the same way they treated the Bajorans, althought they never occupied Mara'Dor.
The Domasans refuse to join the Federation or any other group orginization. Individuals throw their support to either side, some enlisting in Starfleet and the like.

The Domasan are a warm blooded species, desendant from an odd amphibious species and have the ability to breath for short periods under water. Their sense of smell is very poor, but their hearing and eye sight are very acute. They are bald, the males having facial hair of varying colors.
Each spot pattern is different, like a finger print.

Sorry for the spelling mistakes.
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# 10
03-31-2010, 05:07 PM
I once tryd to make one of these guys but it didnt turn out verry good...
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