Attribute Dice: 12D
Move: 3/5 (walking) 13/17 (flying)
Height: 1.3-1.8 meters
Infra-Red Vision: Avians can not only see light in the normal spectrum, but
also in the infra-red as well, enabling them to be able to see things others
Wings: When their wings are extended, Avians take +1D damage whenever they
are hit there, due to the delicate material. They take no extra damage for
'crotch' shots, however.
Language: Avians are able to speak few languages other than their own, but
understand basic perfectly.
Civilized: All Avians, with few exceptions, are 'civilized' and rarely
threaten others unless they have to.
Status: Avians have a strictly defined 'pecking order', which is represented
by neck rings that they are required to wear at all times. Wearing one for
a higher class than they are is a criminal offense on their homeworld and
colonies, and if another Avian meets one without a neck ring, they will
treat the Avian as a slave, which, historically, was the only reason why an
Avian would be without one. Also, Avians in higher classes can order Avians
in lower classes around to some extent. For a non-Avian character to
understand the neckring status, they would have to roll a Difficult
Cultures: Avian or Cultures: Status Hierarchies roll. The hierarchy is
listed below. Please include the neckring color(s) when creating your
White: Low Working Class (Assembly Line, Maid)
Yellow: High Working Class (Head Secretary, Foreman)
Green: Basic Artist (Architect, Designer)
Blue: Creative Artist (Painter, Writer)
Purple: Educator (Translator, Teacher)
Red: Low Executive (Manager, Superintendant)
Red+Yellow: High Executive (Corporate President, Mayor of a small
Red+Green: Low Official (Mayor)
Red+Blue: Medium Official (Governor)
Red+Purple: High Official (National President)
Red+Red: Honored Dignitary (Planetary Governor or Citizen awarded
the Avian Medallion)
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