Satra are covered in dark, dull, red, gray, or brown scales. Most of the scales are firm and rough, but those in areas that require greater mobility are soft and flexible. Satra have long crests of one to five rows of large, flexible scales, oriented perpendicular to their skin, running from their foreheads to their lower backs. Their crest-scales are usually much darker than their other scales. They have large mouths with sharp teeth, sharply-pointed ears, and rough claws. They are thin and somewhat hunched. Satra generally prefer dark clothing.
Abilities and Aptitudes
They are strong and live for a long time. Satra can create seeds that, when planted, will grow into large bulbs. After a few years of growth, a bulb will hatch into a new, full-grown Satra. Newly-hatched Satra do not have any worldly experience. They must learn like normal infants. However, they are somewhat aware while growing in their bulbs. After hatching, Satra do not exhibit any signs of aging. Their scales fall out, but they are quickly regrown. Satra often form their own weapons from discarded scales. These weapons are very easy for the grower to use. Satra enjoy brawling and melee combat. Many are warriors. Satra are tactical and analytical.
Satra are very superstitious about dreams. They tend to be honest and curious, but they do not have a great deal of empathy, so they can come across as cruel. Satra usually live in forests.
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