Canuckians are a near-human species from the planet of Canuckia in the
Colonies. Canuckians, or Canucks, are quite similar to the average humans
in almost every way with one small exception - Canuckians tend to be
somewhat less intelligent and physically weaker on the average. In addition,
most Canuckians have a strange accent and many will end every sentence with
the word "eh."
The famous xenobiologist, Rov Peroow, conducted a three year long study on
the Canuckian species on their homeworld of Canuckia. Peroow ended his
studies with the conclusion that "the Canuckian species, by human standards,
is quite eccentric in nature and will require further study in the future."
PERSONALITY: Lively, at times eccentric.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: You wouldn't be able to tell the difference between
a human and a Canuckian by appearace.
CANUCKIAN HOMEWORLD: Canuckia.
LANGUAGE: Canuckians speak basic but have an accent and end their sentences
with the word "eh."
EXAMPLE NAMES: Jon, Anne, Pamela.
ADVENTURERS: Most Canuckians travel to more intelligent lands like
Coruscant, but are generally shuned and made fun of by the other humans.
CANUCKIAN SPECIES TRAITS:
--1 Strength, -1 Intelligence: Canuckians are basically like humans,
except for their lack of strength and intelligence.
-Medium-size: As Medium-size creatures, Canuckians have no special
bonuses or penalties due to their size.
-Canuckian base speed is 10 meters.
-1 less feat at 1st level: Unlike the human species, Canuckians are
not very quick to master tasks. The character may choose the feat
out of the starting feats to be taken away.
-+2 to all Survive checks when in freezing cold temperatures: Canuckians
are immune to the cold.
-Automatic Language: Basic.
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